The Bulletin Board is a guide to events of public interest happening in Wilton designed to let you know what’s happening and when, and to help schedule important events. Submissions may be emailed to editor@wiltonbulletin.com by 5 p.m. Wednesday the week before intended publication. The full listings are posted at wiltonbulletin.com.

Poetry Seminar, Thursday, March 9, 10:30-noon, Wilton Library. Dr. Gerald Weiss leads The Poetry of Stoicism in Seneca’s Troades (Trojan Women). Continues on Thursdays through April 6. Covers the chaos, cruelty and dissolution of Homer’s world, the destruction of Troy and its aftermath. Poetry packet available at front desk. Free, registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Cursive Writing, Thursday, March 9, 4-5, Wilton Library. Children ages 9 and up will read, write, and create a craft with their cursive skills. Registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Focus ’17 Exhibition and Reception, Friday, March 10, 6-7:30 p.m., Wilton Library. Reception for the Wilton Arts Council Focus ’17 Juried Photography Exhibition. Exhibition runs through March 30.

Papermaking Workshop for Kids, Saturday, March 11, 11-12:30, Wilton Historical Society, 224 Danbury Road. Children 6 to 12 will learn how to make hand-made paper and discuss the history of paper. Members: $10/child, $25/family; non-members: $15/child, $35/family. Register: info@wiltonhistorical.org or 203-762-7257.

New Perspectives Film Series, Saturday, March 11, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Wilton Library. Women He’s Undressed will be shown. This is the story of Hollywood costumer Orry-Kelly who designed for stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davis, Errol Flynn and others. Suggested donation of $5. Registration highly recommended: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Acoustic Wilton Concert, Saturday, March 11, 8 p.m. Wilton High School Little Theater, 395 Danbury Road. Homegrown band of adults and students present original works as well as covers of popular music. Tickets: $20 at wiltoneducationfoundation.org and at the door while supplies last.

Belknap Preserve Guided Walk, Sunday, March 12, 1 p.m., Wampum Hill Road. Conservation Commissioner Colleen O’Brien will lead a walk through the Belknap Preserve. All are welcome, including dogs on leashes. Free. Register: conservationevent@wiltonct.org.

Scholarly Series, Sunday, March 12, 4-5:30, Wilton Library. Emery Roth presents Finding Brass Valley, a Place that Has Almost Vanished, focusing on one’s place in society as defined by their work. Reception follows talk. Free, donations welcome. Registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Interfaith Clergy Panel Discussion, Monday, March 13, 7-8:30 p.m., Wilton Library. First of a three-part series on our role in the community from faith to citizenship. This session: How to practice spirituality and remain faithful in a secular world. Free, donations welcome. Registration strongly suggested: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

College Frenzy, Tuesday, March 14, 10-11:30 a.m., Wilton Library. Psychologist Susan Bauerfeld and college consultant Victoria Hirsch will walk offer tips, strategies and suggestions for making it through the college selection and application process. For parents of eighth to 12th graders. Registration strongly encouraged: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

HAM Radio for Teens, Tuesday, March 14, 4-6 p.m., Wilton Library. HAM or Amateur Radio brings people, electronics, and communication together. HAM radios may be used to talk across town or the world. Introductory session for grades 7-12. Registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Breast Cancer Survivors’ Support Group, Tuesday, March 14, 6-8 p.m., Wilton Library. For post-treatment survivors, presented by Nina Marino, LCSW, and the library. Free, registration highly encouraged. Questions: call Nina Marino at 203-857-7304. Register: 203-762-3950 or wiltonlibrary.org.

Financial Modeling and Monetization for Freelancers and Entrepreneurs, Thursday, March 16, 8-10 a.m., Wilton Library. Second in a three-part series aimed at people with variable income, who work for themselves or own their own businesses. Topics include standard models for budgeting and framing financial aspects of a business, alternative streams of revenue, finding investors, how to monetize projects. Final session is March 30. Free, registration highly recommended: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Poetry Seminar, Thursday, March 16, 10:30-noon, Wilton Library. Dr. Gerald Weiss leads The Poetry of Stoicism in Seneca’s Troades (Trojan Women). Continues on Thursdays through April 6. Covers the chaos, cruelty and dissolution of Homer’s world, the destruction of Troy and its aftermath. Poetry packet available at front desk. Free, registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Silent Movie Night, Saturday, March 18, 7 p.m., Cannon Grange Hall, 25 Cannon Road. Four films featuring Laurel & Hardy will be shown to live piano accompaniment. Tickets are $6 at the door. Information: 203-762-1900 or Cannon.Grange@yahoo.com.

Music of Mozart and Haydn, Sunday, March 19, 3 p.m., Wilton Presbyterian Church, 48 New Canaan Road. Music on the Hill’s Festival Chorus with soloists, strings, and organ present Mozart’s Missa brevis in F and Haydn’s Little Organ Mass. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door, students admitted free. Purchase online at musiconthehillCT.org or reserve at tickets@musiconthehillCT.org or 203-529-3113.

Hot & Cool: Jazz at the Brubeck Room, Sunday, March 19, 4-5:30, Wilton Library. The Helen Sung Trio will perform. Reception follows the concert. Suggested donation: $10. Advance registration strongly suggested: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Interfaith Clergy Panel Discussion, Monday, March 20, 7-8:30 p.m., Wilton Library. Second of a three-part series on our role in the community from faith to citizenship. This session: What does it mean to be an American? Free, donations welcome. Registration strongly suggested: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Poetry Seminar, Thursday, March 23, 10:30-noon, Wilton Library. Dr. Gerald Weiss leads The Poetry of Stoicism in Seneca’s Troades (Trojan Women). Continues on Thursdays through April 6. Covers the chaos, cruelty and dissolution of Homer’s world, the destruction of Troy and its aftermath. Poetry packet available at front desk. Free, registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

AARP Driving Improvement Class, Sunday, March 26, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Comstock Community Center, 180 School Road. A refresher class  on the basics of defensive driving and current driving practices. Free to members and non-members. Participants eligible for 5% discount on insurance. Registration required: aaa.com/driverimprovement and link to Connecticut classes or call 203-937-2595, ext. 8363.

Addictive Behaviors and Teens, Tuesday, March 28, 7-9 p.m., Wilton Library. Alcohol and drug counselor Liz Jorgensen will discuss How Much is Too Much? Media, Alcohol, Drugs and Other Addictive Behaviors. Learn how to set and maintain reasonable limits. Register: info@spednetwilton.org.

Google Keyword Planning for SEO, Wednesday, March 29, 6-8 p.m., Wilton Library. This is a hands-on program presented by the library and SCORE. Bring your laptop, tablet or iPhone and follow along on the web. Check-in begins at 5:30. Free, registration required: 203-831-0065 or scorefairfieldcounty.org.

Interfaith Clergy Panel Discussion, Monday, April 3, 7-8:30 p.m., Wilton Library. Last of a three-part series on our role in the community from faith to citizenship. This session: What does it mean to be a community? Free, donations welcome. Registration strongly suggested: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.

Poetry Seminar, Thursday, April 6, 10:30-noon, Wilton Library. Dr. Gerald Weiss leads The Poetry of Stoicism in Seneca’s Troades (Trojan Women). Final session of the four-part series. Covers the chaos, cruelty and dissolution of Homer’s world, the destruction of Troy and its aftermath. Poetry packet available at front desk. Free, registration required: 203-762-6334 or www.wiltonlibrary.org.