WILTON, Conn. In contrast to last weekend, Wilton seems to be full of things to do this weekend. Here is whats happening March 2-4:
- 11:30 a.m.: There will be a talk about student athletes and prescription drug abuse at Wiltons Trackside Teen Center. The program, hosted by the Wilton Police Department and Trackside, will cover warning signs and how parents can communicate with teens to prevent drug abuse.
- 4 p.m.: Seven jazz ensembles are getting together for the 36th Annual Jazz Symposium at the Wilton High School Little Theatre. The performances are free and you can go for some or all of the performances.
- 6 p.m.: The doors open to Cider Mill fifth-graders taking the stage against teachers and high-schoolers in the 2nd Annual "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?" contest being put on by the Wilton Education Foundation.
- 9 a.m.: Trackside Teen Center is playing host to the ninth annual Speak Up Wilton. Do you have something you want to ask town officials? Go to Speak Up Wilton and ask it.
- 2:30 p.m.: Bring your American Girl doll to the Wilton Library for afternoon tea and enjoy snacks, tea, games, stories and a craft.
- 4 p.m.: The third lecture of the American Civil War Part 2 series is focusing on the involvement of African American soldiers in the war. It will be hosted at the Wilton Historical Society.
- 4 p.m.: The Symphony Orchestra, String and Wind Ensembles from the Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra will be performing at the Wilton High School Clune Auditorium.
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