In this week's Wilton Bulletin

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

• Ariel, Ursula the sea witch, Sebastian the crab and the rest of the underwater kingdom are coming to Middlebrook School in Wilton Children’s Theater’s production of The Little Mermaid Jr.

• Full-day kindergarten will begin in September with an opt-out option, but some families are still concerned.

• Speak Up Wilton brings questions, most notably regarding the fiber network project.

• Student performers prepare for Acoustic Wilton.

• Wilton police will honor their own on Monday at Trackside.

• It’s Silent Movie Night at the grange.

• Editorial: The arts are alive and well and thriving in Wilton.

• In A View from Glen Hill, Stephen Hudspeth says arts education extends beyond the classroom.

• Wilton Education Foundation gives thanks for being “Smarter.”

• Letters: responsibility lacking in gun discussions, world-class talent appeared in Wilton, Playshop has roles to fill, fiber optic network is inevitable, town needs better tax collection methods.

• Parents for Responsible Education doesn’t think full-day kindergarten is in the best interests of the students or town.

• Bruce Likly presents the Board of Education’s view of full-day kindergarten.

• Toni Boucher is part of a newly created Life Sciences Caucus.

• Nature center plans egg hunt.

• Trials give hope to Alzheimer’s patients.

• Three generations of Eagle Scouts in Wilton stretch across 60 years.

• The Capitol Steps will bring their brand of political comedy to the Clune Center.

• The Wilton Historical Society celebrates 75 years with a new exhibition.

• TRIAL BY FIRE has its Connecticut premiere at Wilton Library.

• The St. Baldrick’s event at Wilton High School raises money and loses hair.

• Warriors wanted for writing opportunities!

• College students return to sing.

• The Painted Cookie is baking their recipe for success.

• Woman’s club learns about CPR.

• Wilton girls skiing finishes fourth in state. The boys coasted into fifth.

• The Warriors boys basketball team finished their season at 16-9 following a 53-51 overtime loss to Woodstock Academy in the Class L state tournament.

• Barbara Srekovic transformed personally and professionally, from corporate to personal trainer.

• The Wilton High gymnastics team has a very bright future.

• Wilton Y vaults over the competition.

• Boys swimming finishes second in Class L.

• A legacy of winning continues as the Wilton Wahoos win their 27th consecutive championship.

Arts & Leisure: New Canaan High School prepares for Beauty and the Beast, Bill Cosby in Stamford, violinist Sirena Huang joins the Greenwich Symphony on Saturday and Sunday, Steven Macoy tests a remake of the Honda Civic.

Home Monthly: Teamwork transforms a New Canaan home, clutter crushers — professional home organizing how-tos, and standby generators: the new household staple?