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:
• Wilton Woman’s Club fashion show raises $21,000.
• App that warns of cardiac arrests interests selectmen.
• First Selectman: Next step for natural gas is up Wolfpit Road.
• Politics of Promotion: Wiltonian helps women get ahead in the workplace.
• Mill rate set to 26.83.
• Crisis center luncheon features three advocates.
• Library welcomes cute robots Dash and Dot.
• Former Wiltonian stars in film about Beach Boys frontman.
• Visiting nurses offer support for coping with the loss of a parent.
• Sally’s Run and cancer walk take place April 25.
• Sensible Wilton delivers 291 signatures.
• Wilton puts on its green with May festival.
• Wiltonian author’s book named 2014 Indiefab Book of the Year Awards finalist.
• offers divorce workshop.
• Antiques show benefits historical society.
• Next NRVT section could be finished by August.
• Synergy Homecare of Fairfield presents Growing Old is Not for Sissies.
• Boathouse Bash benefits nursing agency patients.
• Town seeks Dial-A-Ride grant.
• Avoiding lymphedema after cancer surgery.
• Ambler’s organic herbs to be sold at garden club plant sale.
• Community celebration planned for May.
• Police Log: Weed tickets, Domestic, Lost property, Weed, a kid and a car.
• Warrior Words: Warriors look to make spring season one to remember.
• Community thanks seniors for their contributions.
• Seventh grader leads meal-packaging effort.
• Wilton student wins county poster contest.
• Wilton High School hosts International Bake Sale.
• Eighth grade to high school presentation on April 28.
• Scholarship for potential financial planners.
• Seventh grader wins state geography bee.
• Wiltonian named Innovation Fellow.
• DAR scholarship.
• Trackside offers S4 workshop for middle school students.
• Education board approves fitness course and $3K violin.
• Makenna Pearsall named Scholar Athlete.
• Schools get new special education manual.
• Opus One presents Mozart.
• Wilton grad wins science award.
• DAR meets at Keeler Tavern.
• ABC house tour features garden luncheon.
• Music on the Hill open house at new WEPCO home Saturday.
• Jim Cooper performs with Troupers Light Opera.
• Author and psychologist Robert Brooks discusses resiliency in children.
• Editorial: It takes one to start.
• Letter: Lots of litter picked up.
• Letter: Career Awareness Day at Middlebrook.
• Letter: Fashion show success owes thanks to many.
• Letter: Weir plans special open house weekend.
• Letter: Grateful for firefighters’ help.
• Letter: Brennan lays out the facts Sensible Wilton ignores.
• A View from Glen Hill: When the worst brings out the best.
• 1883: Retro style with a modern fit.
• Commercial real estate sales.
• Starla Nails opened in Wilton on April 8.
• Stephen Fogerty becomes a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
• Gluten-free snack bar debuts at Village Market.
• Anne Marie Haughton.
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse: State champs are reloading.
• Wilton High School’s softball team is talented but very young.
• Wilton High School baseball returns battle-tested.
• Wilton High School basketball coaches take programs to new heights.
• Wilton High School boys lacrosse team banks on experience.
• Wahoos finish seventh at short course nationals.
• Westport’s Saugatuck Rowing Club juniors earn gold at San Diego regatta.
• NC CARES Kitchen and Home Tour.
• Bring in the spring!
• Architecture: Going green
Arts & Leisure
• The historic Wilton Congregational Church will be the setting for a Sunday afternoon concert by Opus One, the piano quartet.
• Chives add zing to spring, says the Conscious Cook, Robin Glowa.
• Emma Thompson’s new film Effie Gray is a bit too prim and proper, says the Reel Dad Mark Schumann.
The 2015 BMW X5xDrive 35d is ready to go, but probably not off-road.
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