Victory was indeed sweet for the winners of The How Sweet It is in Wilton! gingerbread house contest. Sponsored by the Wilton Library and Wilton Chamber of Commerce, the theme of the first-time contest was to create a home, building, or place in Wilton out of gingerbread. There were 31 entries in two age groups \u2014 13 to adult, and 12 and under.Adult winnersBest historical Wilton house: Tina Duncan\u2019s \u201cWilton Garden Club Tends to Old Town Hall.\u201dBest whimsical design: Wilton Historical Society\u2019s \u201cRailroad Station.\u201dBest creative Wilton building: Doris and Casey Noonan\u2019s \u201cHurlbutt School Recess.\u201d12 and under winnersBest historical Wilton house: Aurora and Winnie Gulati\u2019s \u201cHurlbutt Street Schoolhouse.\u201dBest whimsical design: Jack Deane\u2019s \u201cCandy Crush Christmas.\u201dBest creative Wilton building: Amir Rahamim\u2019s \u201cCars and Trucks and Things That Go.\u201d There was also a winning community favorite house based on more than 1,000 votes from library patrons. That winner was the Wilton Historical Society\u2019s \u201cRailroad Station.\u201d The winners received a $25 Wilton Chamber of Commerce gift certificate courtesy of Fairfield County Bank. Contest judges were Wilton Library art chairman Ed MacEwen, Dr. Kevin Smith, Wilton Superintendent of Schools, and First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice. The gingerbread houses will be on display at the Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Road, through Jan. 2.