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

• Seniors tell The Bulletin why finding affordable housing can be difficult.

• Wilton Library will host a collection of Connecticut musicians.

• Anytime Fitness believes community involvement is central to its mission.

• Wilton Meadows honors long-time staff members.

• ‘Brain, Child’ has a brand new design.

• With the fall season comes colorful art at Wilton Library.

• Try your hand at art, with the company of wine, in Georgetown.

• A pumpkin-decorating contest will be held at Wilton doctors’ office.

• Former Wilton-resident Felix Snow was featured in Interview magazine.

• Firefighters proudly wear pink.

• A new fund supports families impacted by domestic violence.

• Notes from the Board Table: Superintendent search advances.

• The TASC List: Can we talk?

• Garden expert offers tips on non-stop plants.

• Interfaith blessing of the animals coming to Wilton Center.

• Donation, tests on Board of Ed agenda.

• Warrior Words: The perils of the senior parking lot.

• Shutdown of government closes Weir Farm.

• CERT course offers disaster readiness.

• Village Market is sold.

• Blueprint for a Goddard School facility is presented to Planning & Zoning.

• Musicians perform close to home.

• Wilton Bank shareholders approve merger.

• Wilton Crest burglar takes diamond.

• Ambler Farm Day is Sunday — the Hurlbutt Street Schoolhouse will open its doors, too.

• Downtown scarecrows will be back.

• Letters: Election rules, lighting, circle of care, shredding day.

• Editorial: Regions and counties.

• Car theft investigation continues.

• Author searches for what’s ‘helpful and not hurtful’ in dialog on race.

• Random acts of kindness elicit smiles in town.

• Conference will educate on special education.

• Obituaries: Roger W. Turner, Sr., Rev. Samuel Allinder, Robert Edward Crow.

• Warriors get a big Homecoming shutout win over Branford.

• Healy, Brown win Wilton Invitational in cross-country.

• Girls soccer team beats Staples. Boys soccer gets shutout by Ridgefield.

• Girls swimming is impressive against St. Joseph.

• Wilton field hockey has a mixed bag of results.

• Norwalk River Rowing starts season strong at Head of the Merrimack.

• Norwalk volleyball spikes Wilton.

I do, I do: Weddings unplugged: To tweet or not to tweet, bridal veil trends, food trucks at receptions.

Arts & Leisure: Norwalk Symphony celebrates 75 years in 2014; the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is back in Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.; Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, head of the Hayden Planetarium, speaks in North Salem; New Canaan Modern House Day Tour + Symposium is Saturday; the Reel Dad says ‘Captain Phillips’ is a must-see; the Nissan Juke Nismo looks like a frog but otherwise is pretty good, says test driver Steven Macoy.