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

• The Woodcock Nature Center is ‘going green’ with a new playground.

• In time for the big holiday, former First Selectman Bob Russell explains the colorful history of Wilton during the Revolutionary War.

• The Wilton Bank will be renamed after its sale is complete.

• The Bulletin takes a look at past Fourth of July events.

• Wiltonian retires after 47 years of teaching.

• The legislature gave some mandate relief to top-performing schools and the go-ahead to skip senior year to top-performing students.

• A new book offers suggestions for relieving anxiety before surgery.

• A state program will help businesses lower energy costs.

• Littering or dumping could bring a heavier fine. Selectmen consider a litter ordinance.

• What’s that up in the tree? It could be you at Woodcock Nature Center.

• It’s not exactly American Graffiti, but classic cars will roll into Wilton next week.

• Library summer reading programs begin.

• This is a long holiday weekend for some, not so for others. Find out who’s open and closed.

• Tunes and T-shirts program at Wilton Library for young adults.

• Want to play an instrument? The Wilton Conservatory of Music is enrolling for its summer session.

• The Walter Schalk School of Dance awards scholarships.

• Wiltonian youth motivational speaker pens ‘revolutionary’ book.

• Business Update: New Rotary president, LaurelRock is a top green company, Dr. Gordon heads to Yale, Dr. Doctor named ‘top doc.’

• Got a new neighbor? Real estate sales for June 21-27.

• State Senator Toni Boucher and state Rep. Gail Lavielle weigh in on the budget and the general state of the state.

• After a trip abroad, Stephen Hudspeth looks at democracy in Turkey.

• Youth Volunteer Corps of United Way of Western Connecticut begins summer volunteerism.

• Obituary: Robert J. Corrigan, 72.

• Acoustic Wilton spawns an acoustic band.

• Police log: burglary on Moriarity Road, criminal mischief, DUI, 2011 burglary arrest, theft from car.

• Kids are invited to hop and bop and the library.

• Wilton Historical Society’s collection will get assessed.

• Historical society plans fall artisan show.

• Wilton Children’s Theatre is rehearsing at Trackside.

• Letters: Reason for budget errors is ‘stunning.’ A perfect evening at Ambler. Taste of Wilton successful again.

• Wilton 12s play Ridgefield in District One tournament.

• Legion 86ers are in the playoff hunt.

• Wilton 12-year old softball all-stars take on Darien.

• Janel Jorgensen, former Wilton Wahoo swimmer, looks back on Olympic silver medal in 1988.

• Wilton 10-year-old softball all-stars begin district tournament on Sunday.

• Wilton High School girls lacrosse stand-outs, to play in Under Armour Classic.

• Summer tennis clinics announced.

• Former Wiltonian Mitch Lewis is using art to fight the darkness of genocide, July 4 Antiques in the Churchyard opens in South Salem, the Reel Dad offers film suggestions for Independence Day, test drive columnist Steven Macoy takes the 2013 Lexus LS460 for a spin.