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:


Sharp Hill Cemetery: New sign marks town’s oldest burial ground .
• Wilton author Elissa Grodin will speak at Wilton Library's Ladies Luncheon. Her topic? Narcissism.
• A group of Wilton High School students look back on their internships this spring.
• Wilton Commons honors George Ciaccio.
• Citrus sale produces large donation.
• Public invited to CERT truck dedication.
• Georgetown Day lights up Main Street on Sunday.
• Candace Bushnell visits Wilton Library next month.
• Planning and Zoning: Gas station makes progress, school and housing are continued.
• Author’s courtroom drama delves into love and loss.
Woman suspected of stealing SAT booklet .
• Library marks 120th year.
• Film spreads lyme disease awareness.
Sculpture fund-raiser off to a strong start .
• Support group for caregivers begins June 16.
• Support group after the loss of a child begins June 24.
• Legislative session ends, legislators to brief community.
• Police Log: Woman bites officer , Car flips over, Leaving the scene.
• News Notes: Slow crossings, Grief support, Let’s Zumba!


• Wiltonian ties for second on ACS chemistry exam.
• Boston College awards Christine Suchy.
Middlebrook seeks new French textbooks .
• ABC of Wilton will graduate four scholars.
• Wiltonians graduate from college.
• Wiltonian presents at CREATE conference.
Students place in state-level arts competition .
• Wiltonians recognized for academic excellence.
• Student Briefs: Bowdoin College, Bucknell University, Champlain College, Cheshire Academy, Clemson University, Eastern Connecticut State University, Hopkins School, James Madison University, Lasell College, Tulane University.


• Silvermine Guild of Artists welcomes Lauren Cotton.
Church celebrates confirmation .
• Greens newsletter wins press award.
• Wiltonian participates in Science Illustrators, Painters and Other Surprises show.
• Weir Farm artist signs book, shows work.
• Pilgrimage to Italy.


Editorial: Most unwanted .
• Letter: Horseshoe Pond has many friends.
• Letter: ABC House Tour a success.
• Letter: A very gracious restaurateur.
• Letter: Baseball captains offer heartfelt thanks.
• Commission seeks input on town sign regulations.
• A View From Glen Hill: What do we gain from faith?


New pottery studio takes first steps .
• Georgetown Gallop 5k, Kids’ Pony Run.
• Wilton resident elected to World Affairs Forum Board.
• Spa day: Guide dog grads get the works.


Kenneth Fitch Youngquist .
Nancy Wells .
Cecilia M. Borglum .


• Wilton ousts Glastonbury in state girls lacrosse quarterfinals.
• Warrior boys roll into lacrosse semifinals.
• Brown continues brilliant post-season with State Open win.
• Norwalk ousts WHS in state baseball tournament.
• Brown caps off track and field career in impressive style.
• Ingerman, Zheng reach state tennis doubles finals again.
• Boys tennis doubles teams fall in quarterfinals.
• Ability Beyond event June 27 at Four Seasons.
• Travel Soccer: Girls Travel Under-11, Under-10, Under-9; Boys Travel Under-11, Under-9.

Arts & Leisure

• Photographer and Cooper Union professor Christine Osinkski of Ridgefield has received a grant from the Pollock-Krasner foundation that will support a current project as well as the publication of photographs she created in the 1980s.
• Reel Dad: Love and Mercy, the story of Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, features Paul Dano, former Wiltonian, and John Cusack, as the young and older versions and it’s the best movie of 2015 so far.
• Driver Steven Macoy: The sleek Mercedes-Benz CLS400 is a beautiful, nimble and safety-conscious car.
Home Monthly
• How to buy a grill.
• Block party planner.
• Summer cocktails.

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