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:
• It’s time to vote: Annual Town Meeting is May 5.
SUV ends up in pond.
Democrats honor Miller-Driscoll project leaders.
It’s all relative: Noel Coward comedy comes to Wilton Playshop.
• Supreme Court denies appeal in Easton lethal police raid.
Playshop fondly recalls past member.
• Wilton Boy Scout earns God and Country Award.
• Coast Guard auxiliary hosts safe boating course.
Go Green Festival is Sunday.
Wilton and Norwalk Ys merge to become the Riverbrook Regional YMCA.
• Hearing on affordable housing planned for May 11.
Ambler Farm presents adult events.
• Weir Farm hosts bird walk.
• Bob McDowell receives award for chairing the Connecticut Alliance of YMCAs.
• Learn to overcome anxiety with Dr. Susan Bauerfeld.
Volunteers will repair homes.
• Take 15 minutes to save a life.
Weather can’t stop garden club diggers.
• White oak is Wilton’s first ‘notable tree.’
Minks to Sinks sale starts May 2.
• Josephine Eike marks 100 years.
• Lyme patient conference on May 12.
• Masters & Mixers hosts painting parties.
• Police Log: Failures to appear, DUI, Domestic, Smash-and-grab, ‘Promposal’ gone bad, Mailbox smash.
• News Notes: Postal food drive, Rain savers.
• Warrior Words: Vectors.
• Board of Education and community weighs in on weighted grades.
Wiltonian will compete in National Science Olympiad.
Wilton students’ work awarded at Silvermine.
• Student Briefs: Lauralton Hall, Pratt Institute.
Warrior Words columnists wanted!
• Community gathering focuses on prayer.
An opportunity to remember loved ones.
Students choreograph their cabaret dances.
• Library show brings the outside (by Jay Petrow) in.
Editorial: Will you vote?
• Editorial: Insect police.
Letter: Parisot family offers thanks.
• Letter: May is mental health awareness month.
• Letter: Gray family offers thanks.
• Letter: Absentee voting reminder, town meeting.
• From Town Hall: Support Wilton — Vote yes for the town budget.
• Umberto Pitagora: Wilton’s hometown tailor for 45 years.
• Burns named associate editor.
• Tourism at Weir Farm.
William ‘Bill’ Walker.
Mary Lou Hughes.
Marion Reynolds.
• Wilton High School baseball: Win streak reaches six.
• Wilton High School softball team tops Trinity.
• Ridgefield edges Wilton High School boys lacrosse team on two late goals.
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse team wins three.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team suffers tough losses, but doubles stay unbeaten.
• Wilton High School girls tennis team rebounds from loss with big win over Greenwich.
• Wilton High School boys golf: Medalist honors for Jonas as WHS falls to Greenwich.
• Wilton High School girls golf team beats Ludlowe for first win of the season.
• Wilton players help Blue Thunder win AAU state baseball 12U championship.
• Wilton High School girls track team splits opener.
Your Health
• Exercise: Training and conditioning.
• Familiar foot ailments.
• Music therapy can help reach people with dementia.
• Managing how infertility affects relationships.
• Mindfulness: What is it and how do I do it?
• Problems in perspective.
• It’s not your grandfather’s nursing home.
• Why we are obese and what we can do about it.
Arts & Leisure
Daniel C. Levine and Bryan Perri both work in theater in New York but they find themselves spending as much time as possible in Ridgefield. On May 8, the couple will bring some of their world to the Ridgefield Playhouse, with Gotta Dance!, a new concept show they’ve developed.
Rhubarb Crumble, from Nana’s recipe, is a real taste of spring for the Twice Baked Twins, Joy Paoletti and Judy Vig.
The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, found Carey Mulligan’s performance in Far from the Madding Crowd a disappointment.
• Test driver Steven Macoy liked the 2014 Lexus IS 350C 2-Door Convertible.
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