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:

• Wilton kids ‘rock’ the stage with a production of Disney’s Camp Rock.

• Gregory and Adams law firm marks its 50th year.

• Artist captures her garden by painting on silk.

• Wilton teacher contract jumps 5.83%.

• Michael Kaelin replaces Hal Clark on the Board of Selectmen.

• Franc-O-Fun French for Children celebrates its 20th anniversary with a trip to France.

• Wilton High School gets a new record board for its field house.

• Warrior Words: An elusive question.

• Cider Mill students ‘trot’ for families in need.

• Youth United makes crafts from cork and wood to raise money for its Habitat house project.

• Wilton High School First Quarter High Honor Roll.

• Police Log: Teen pushes mom, Forgery, Larceny, DUI.

• Notes from the Board Table: Teacher contract explained.

• A View from Glen Hill: In memory of Frank Davidson.

• Sunday in the park with Dan Berg.

• Postal food drive is Saturday.

• Public invited to budget discussion.

• NAMI-CAN offers free support group for parents of children with behavioral issues.

• Our Lady of Fatima hosts its Christmas Boutique & Tuition Raffle.

• Best-selling author Jon Katz will talk of donkey rescue at Wilton Library.

• Members of the Fleur de Lis Dance Company perform at Saturday’s Festival of Trees.

• Wilton dancers will perform The Nutcracker with Ballet Etudes Company at the Westport Country Playhouse.

• Cannon Grange hosts an Unraveling the Mysteries of GMOs seminar and a holiday market.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: October.

• Wilton Go Green launches campaign for local businesses.

• Wiltonian Shelly Hirn receives promotion at Bankwell.

• Norwalk Hospital hosts holiday craft sale.

• Sis Boom’s annual December holiday sale has a gifts galore.

• Editorial: Be a quitter.

• Letters: Consider detrimental effects of pesticides, There is much to be thankful for, Work of many made for successful Election Day, Our veterans memorial is a special place, Encore fund-raiser a success, thanks to many.

• Thanksgiving: What’s opened and closed?

• Former Wilton resident Ila Duncan’s independent film Janie Charismanic  won awards at the Silent River Film Festival in Los Angeles.

• Bridgeport Rescue Mission needs donations of frozen turkeys.

• Wilton Y Wahoos hosted their first breast cancer awareness meets in October.

• Two years later, K-9 Enzo is even better.

• Obituaries: Natalie Lorenz Raymond, G. Charles Roy Jr.

• Clearing the air: Houseplants can do the work for you.

• Realty Seven gives Wilton CERT a donation of $2,500 to equip its new utility vehicle.

• Area towns seek to identify natural hazards and responses.

• Hal Clark says good-bye to Wilton after 31 years.

• Middlebrook field project continues as sports groups plan to raise $1 million-plus.

• Animal in Distress attempts to raise $10,000 through online fund-raising website.

• Wilton Library offers Tinker Time for Teens.

• Wiltonian rings in the Christmas season with fellow Music on the Hill handbell carolers.

• Wilton High School field hockey team’s title reign ends with 2-1 loss in state finals.

• Ridgefield Tigers pull away from Wilton Warriors during last Friday night’s football game.

• Wilton High School girls swim team is fifth at Class L meet.

• Wilton Blue and White seventh grade youth football teams share title in semifinals.

• Wilton High School varsity cheerleaders collect donations for Norwalk Hospital’s Smilow Family Breast Health Center.

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Arts & Leisure: The Prospector Theater in Ridgefield has its grand opening Thursday night, the documentary Film Eye on the 60s: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman celebrates a humble and talented photographer, Steven Macoy finds the 2014 Mini Cooper S Hardtop charming but with some drawbacks.