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:
Miller-Driscoll construction: Portable classrooms planned.
• Library hosts its first-ever Innovation Day in May.
Thief steals donation box from Our Lady of Fatima.
• Former Wilton resident heads first-of-its-kind hospice center.
• Wilton Children’s Theater’s Hairspray Jr. diverges from original.
• Fashion show opens spring season.
• Senior center welcomes new tai chi instructor.
Chris Brubeck joins orchestra as artist-in-residence.
• Wilton police announce annual awards ceremony.
• Series looks at fostering community among youth.
• Nature center celebrates spring with egg hunt.
• Adult Eagle Scouts came together.
• Interest on tax deferrals may be tied to borrowing rate.
• Police Log: Providing alcohol, DUI and fouled cell, Evading, Stolen identity, IRS fraud.
• News Notes: Connecticut chickens, Giving Day results, Caregivers.
• Warrior Words: A gentleman’s game.
• Eighth graders to compete in cooking competition.
• Our Lady of Fatima: Program teaches students proper etiquette.
• Editorial: Visible numbers.
• Letter: Good news from Dr. Keating.
• A View from Glen Hill: All in a school day.
• WVAC 911: What landlines can do that cell phones cannot.
• Letter From Hartford: Breaking Connecticut’s transportation impasse.
• Cannondale Generators wins CBIA/Westfair annual award.
• Green Maid opens in Georgetown.
• Home sales drop statewide in January.
• Shows celebrate history-inspired handwork.
• Luncheon features senior entertaining seniors.
• Kiwanis luncheon on March 18.
• Wiltonian will speak at next installment of Writing Women’s Lives on March 20.
• Concert celebrates the Irish.
Ralph Albin Yarosh.
Nick Holloway Jr.
Wilton High School girls basketball team advances with two wins.
Wilton High School boys basketball team routs East Haven in state opener.
• Wilton High School boys hockey team falls to North Branford in first round.
• Five Wilton High School gymnasts qualified for last weekend’s State Open.
Wilton High School girls ski team placed fifth and boys team placed ninth at State Open championship.
• Wilton High School junior Liam Smith finished seventh in men’s foil at state fencing championships.
• Wilton Youth Wrestlers Griffin Morris and Max Mannino placed fourth at state meet.
• Wilton High School sophomore Ian Sanders qualifies for July fencing challenge.
• Registration ends March 14 for Wilton paddle tennis tourney.
• Youth cheerleaders win NECA championship.
• RAHA’s Bantam A team won the CHC Tier 3 state championship.
• PeeWee/Bantam Black team won the Ridgefield Jaguar House League Championship.
• Wilton fifth grade boys basketball team won the Fairfield County Basketball League A Division championship.
Arts & Leisure
• After a long run of musicals at Ridgefield High School directed by Joyce Flanagan, this year’s Sweeney Todd Student Edition will be the grand finale: for “Flan” as well as a group of parent volunteers.

• It’s not just St. Patrick’s Day that has Robin Glowa, the Conscious Cook, thinking about green.

 Joe Pisani (Did I Say That?) does not wish to be cryonically preserved.

• The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, says reviews McFarland, USA — a family film from Disney Studios.

• The 2015 Buick Regal is a pleasant surprise.
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