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

• Wilton residents will have the chance to approve the purchase of the 39-acre Keiser property.

• New equipment is ready in case of disaster.

• Wilton athletes run to raise money for Save the Children.

• Wilton High School graduate Eleanor Clifford will participate in the Miss Illinois USA pageant.

• Families help establish a research center for Smith-Magenis syndrome.

• Christian Wolfgruber to wed Jessica Queiros.

• Wilton Congregational Church shows ‘Chasing Ice.’

• ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ is the season opener this weekend at Wilton Playshop.

• Sunday service features ‘Gospel Mass’ at Wilton Congregational Church.

• Senior luncheon features soprano at St. Matthew’s.

• Getting personal with your writing.

• Seniors hear talk on strokes.

• Warrior Words: Wilton’s finest continuing education.

• Special Education workshop available.

• Subway offers power play for Wilton High School ice hockey.

• Search firm is chosen to find replacement for Dr. Gary Richards.

• Interstate 84 east to be closed this weekend.

• Cider Mill School’s fourth annual walkathon raises $39,000.

• Woodcock Nature Center offers a Howl Prowl — with a live wolf!

• Georgetown Lions Club serves up spaghetti and meatballs for its first Halloween Pasta Dinner.

• Bankwell sponsors the Wilton Chamber of Commerce Halloween Hustle.

• Westy Self Storage supports Housatonic Habitat for Humanity.

• Antiques market returns to the field house.

• Household hazardous waste disposal is next weekend.

• Craftsmen gather at three sites.

• Getting the conservative word out.

• Boucher committee raises nearly $30,000.

• State Senator Toni Boucher is medical association’s ‘Legislator of the Year.’

• Police suspect 22-year-old’s death was a heroin overdose.

• Selectman Ted Hoftstatter ticketed for marijuana possession.

• A 70-year-old man is dragged by a car at Wilton transfer station.

• Planning & Zoning recap: New chairman, parking lot, and ‘Marilyn’s regulation.’

• Personal property tax forms due.

• Questions raised at second hearing for The Goddard School project.

• Last day for in-person voter registration.

• Board of Ed recap: Recess, library concerns.

• Library Green Speaker Series: Home energy upgrades will be discussed.

• Obituaries: Philip Reinertsen, James M. Fitzpatrick, Griffin Conway, Norman E. Shenk

• Editorials: Be self-aware, Fallen leaves.

• Letters: Deer hunters, League easement talk, Democratic nominations.

• Toni Boucher: Are tuition costs at a tipping point?

• Jeffrey Rutishauser and Richard Creeth will run unopposed for their seats on the Board of Finance.

• Notes from the Board Table: Community may join in to search for a new superintendent.

• Seniors lead Warrior soccer players past New Canaan.

• St. Joseph’s overpowers Wilton in football.

• It all came down to the last few minutes as Wilton outscores Brien McMahon in girls soccer.

• Murph’s Turf: Has the regular sports season become meaningless?

• Wilton stick girls run their win streak to eight.

Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield High School alumni Josh Ruxin and Jessica Alexander have new books out on how aid workers are making a difference in the world, Richard Lewis at the Ridgefield Playhouse, Artie Lange at the Stamford Center for the Arts Palace Theatre, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum has a pop-up market this weekend, Juilliard String Quartet in Wilton, The Reel Dad really likes 12 Years a Slave, the 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S approaches perfection according to Steven Macoy.