In this week's Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Ambler Farm Day: Fun on the farm.

• $50 million Miller-Driscoll renovation plan passes by 27 votes.

• Rev. Arnold Thomas: Helping sustainability become a church’s guiding light.

• Bobcat increase triggers population study next year.

• Fall Minks to Sinks sale starts Oct. 4.

• Timeless Gatherings: Flowers connect us.

• Is Vista Road property suitable for a school?

• New private road laws.

• Flu shot clinics available at local businesses.

• Hospice volunteers needed.

• Police Log: DUI with kids in the car, Lost tools, Found tennis balls, A case of vanity.

• Independent film director Ila Duncan’s ‘Janie Charismanic’ will be featured at two Los Angeles film festivals.

• Library evacuated due to suspicious backpacks.

• Second swastika found in high school.

• Wilton Congregational Church joins the People’s Climate March, rings steeple bell 350 times.

• Jerome Goosmen will perform at the Bitter End Club in New York City on Oct. 30.

• Fleur de Lis Academy’s Encore Youth Company attended a fund-raising gala on Sept. 20.

• Person-to-Person benefit raises scholarship funds.

• Wilton CERT recognized by CT Statewide Citizens Corps Council.

• Editorial: Get it together.

• Endorsement letters: Lavielle, Boucher, Rodgerson.

• A View from Glen Hill: Building character in our youth.

• Guest Commentary: Controlled deer hunt benefits Wilton.

• Letters: Disappointed but hopeful, The undercover nature of bigotry, No mandate on Miller-Driscoll, Democratic seat is open on fire commission, Rotary carnival end-of-summer success, Town should listen to the 49%.

• From Town Hall: Perspectives on the Miller-Driscoll renovation vote.

• Georgetown firefighters fight gas and propane fires during training.

• Miller-Driscoll building committee took improper vote by email.

• New law for hospital patients.

• Clear decisions led to ‘the road that isn’t.’

• Symphony celebrates 50 years.

• Wilton High School senior joins state student council.

• Warrior Words: Racing to the finish.

• Wilton High School trout hatchery program gives back to watershed.

• Trackside offers study skills workshops for middle and high school students.

• Two Wiltonians receive scholarships from the Walter Schalk School of Dance.

• American Legion Post 86 held a flag retirement ceremony.

• Pickles and preserves workshop at Millstone.

• Wilton Library displays New American Impressionism art exhibition this month.

• Smoky train briefly blocks access to Cannondale area.

• Wilton student photography to be featured at the Rockwell Gallery.

• Obituaries: Lois Hudson Lynch, Francis F. Keating, Hugh ‘Jerry’ Brewer Jr., Christopher M. Brown.

• Bankwell of Wilton welcomes new manager.

• Fairfield County’s QuadJobs offers odd jobs for college students.

• Bankwell gets re-branded.

• Wilton High School boys soccer team rallies to tie the Ridgefield Tigers.

• Wilton High School Cadets’ unbeaten streak intact after draw with Wilton.

• Overcoming injuries, Wilton High School football team routs Branford.

• Wilton High School cross country team sweeps field at meet.

• Wilton High School volleyball team split two matches.

• Wilton High School field hockey team falls to Lakeland.

• Wilton High School girls swim team uses depth to pull away form Staples.

• Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield’s Keeler Tavern Museum will offer a lecture about the 19th Century belle and wit, Elizabeth Patterson, who married Jerome Bonaparte and visited the Keeler Tavern on their honeymoon. Drummer Bernard Purdie and his band are at the Westport Arts Center Sunday, Greenwich Historical Society looks at “The Great War” and its effect on the home front, The Reel Dad finds some surprises at the New York Film Festival, the 2014 Toyota RAV4 Limited AWD is a stylish, solid crossover SUV.

I Do, I Do: Brides of a certain age, venues, kids in weddings, lacy not racy gowns.

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