Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Crazytown comes to Wilton High School for this year\u2019s senior show. \u2022 Realtors are feeling optimistic about this year\u2019s real estate market. \u2022 Town officials will present a Yankee Gas community outreach program on Jan. 28. \u2022 Route 7 traffic accidents have dropped by 25% since it expanded to four lanes. \u2022 John James Dotson turns 90 years old. He has spent his whole life in Wilton. \u2022 Wilton Arts Council invites photographers to March show. \u2022 A$15,000 grant awarded to Circle of Care will help families with children diagnosed with cancer. \u2022 Wilton Family Y is recognized for its years of service. \u2022 Wilton Historical Society and the Wilton Library introduce the seventh installment of their collaborative scholarly series. \u2022 Editorial: Wilton Library and Historical Society show dedication to providing diverse, thought-provoking programs. \u2022 Letters: Rail leadership needs to use common sense, PTAs are grateful to Turnover Shop. \u2022 Peter Schattenfield offers decluttering tips at the Wilton Senior Center. \u2022 Wilton Library offers Basic Internet for the Absolute Beginner. \u2022 The Cannon Grange invites the community to a nutrition discussion on Feb. 6. \u2022 Board of Finance explains the budget process. \u2022 Jersey Mike\u2019s waits to hear if it can move into Wilton. \u2022 Moms tackle career issues at the Wilton Family Y. \u2022 Norwalk Hospital offers free lung cancer screening. \u2022 Obituaries: Robert Wiswall, Emory D. Ayers, Morris Baumstein, Caroline Wellman, Thomas D. Fitzpatrick. \u2022 Danbury man turns himself in for failing to appear in court. \u2022 Cos Cob woman arrested for driving under the influence. \u2022 Norwalk woman arrested for driving under the influence. \u2022 Construction equipment is vandalized with spray paint. \u2022 Police respond to reported suicide on River Road. \u2022 Children of Uganda music and dance troupe comes to Middlebrook School on Jan. 25. \u2022 Wilton Library opens a new exhibition on Jan. 24 \u2022 Wilton High School alumni in An Evening of A Cappella at The Wilton Playshop. \u2022 Painting parties in Georgetown. \u2022 Hope Church in Wilton offers Saturday night church in a coffeehouse setting. \u2022 Wilton Presbyterian Church hosts gospel and jazz concert on Jan. 26. \u2022 Wilton student members of the Norwalk Youth Symphony present a winter concert on Feb. 9. \u2022 Superintendent addresses Miller-Driscoll air quality concerns. \u2022 Trackside offers Baking 101. \u2022 URA Spa thrives on \u201cgreat synergy\u201d and personalized therapy. \u2022 Quakers support Darwin Day. \u2022 Now is the time to plan for spring allergies. \u2022 Southern Yankee Clothing and Gifts celebrates 15 years. \u2022 Danbury Area Computer Society offers Windows 8.1 discussion on Tuesday, Feb. 4. \u2022 Bright red, jumbo-sized snails appear at Marvin Gardens. \u2022 Fresh Air Fund seeks summer hosts. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers support for people facing the death of a loved one. \u2022 Chris Brubeck is commissioned to write a piece for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. \u2022 The Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County aids children affected by trauma. \u2022 Bethel Health Care hosts a monthly Diabetes Support Group. \u2022 Despite a loss to Trumbull, boys basketball is still on the plus side for the season. \u2022 Boys ice hockey has trouble scoring as it loses three in a row. \u2022 Wilton girls relay takes second at Yale invitational. \u2022 The girls hockey team suffers its first FCIAC loss. \u2022 Wilton wrestlers finish eighth of 17 teams in New Milford tournament. \u2022 Girls basketball remains unbeaten, but it takes an overtime win to do so. \u2022 Youth wrestling tournament proves popular. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: The Greenwich Symphony will showcase compositions this weekend by Conductor David Gilbert, principal harpist Victoria Drake and principal flutist Susan Rothholz; The Reel Dad says the Oscar-nominated Philomena with Judy Dench is a moving story of a mother\u2019s love; Darien-based Gunsmoke performs this Saturday in a benefit at Darien High School. \u2022 Education: How to pick a preschool, guide to the Common Core, tablets for kids.