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

• Contentious behavior is present at a public hearing for the athletic field lights.

• The Montessori School celebrates 50 years.

• Warrior Words: Trashing pumpkins.

• Wilton High School announces its Commended Merit scholars

• The Keiser easement vote will spread over two days.

• Medicare enrollment sessions offered.

• Editorial: No surprises.

• Letters: Town hall study, trail neighbors, voting issues, litter pickup, feeding children, Trackside haunted house.

• Wilton SAT scores are still high.

• Trees are being trimmed all over town.

• Circle of Care founders honored.

• Thousands of costumed ghouls descend upon Wilton Center.

• The polls will be open Tuesday. The Bulletin’s voters guide lists the candidates.

• Election 2013: The Democratic Town Committee chairman reviews his party’s slate.

• Mrs. Green’s market slow to provide a quiet neighborhood.

• Waste collection draws hundreds.

• Public discusses the qualities they want to see in a new superintendent.

• The Community Health Series at The Greens tackles the topic of forgetfulness.

• Prowl for owls at Weir Farm.

• Free home repair for the those in need.

• Obituaries: Dorothy Hutchinson, Loren E. Findorak, George F. Ricco III.

• Rent drops at Wilton Commons.

• Police log: DUI, larceny, disorderly conduct, accident, following too closely, motorcycle accident.

• Auction features time and talent.

• Church collects coats and linens.

• The Lost and Found shop opens on weekends beginning in November.

• Leslie Hinshaw heads volunteer development for the Alzheimer’s Association.

• Veterans Day: Stay at Home celebrates at the senior center.

• Art show opening at Wilton Library features six local artists.

• Wilton High School boys cross country participates in the Class L meet.

• Wilton girls soccer advances to the FCIAC championship game.

• Top-ranked Greenwich used a four-goal outburst to beat Wilton in the FCIAC boys semifinal soccer game.

• In field hockey, Wilton knocks off to Warde to play for the FCIAC title.

• Wilton rowers earn medals at three major regattas.

• Trumbull shocks Wilton on the gridiron.

• Olympic team member O’Connell gives field hockey clinic in Wilton.

Arts & Leisure: Susan Shultz’s frightening tale The Blacksmith is perfect for All Hallows Eve the Bruce Museum’s new show, Oysters, Pearls of Long Island Sound, opens Saturday; Silvermine Arts Center opens a new group show on Sunday, Harry Connick Jr. is very engaging in Angels Sing, the Reel Dad says.