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

• The forecast looks good for the Wilton High School class of 2013 to graduate on Saturday on Tom Jujitani Field at Memorial Stadium.

• The Bank of New Canaan entered into a merger agreement to buy the Bank of Wilton for $5 million.

• A large crowd gathered to see Wilton Commons hold its official opening.

• The Wilton Board of Education honors retirees and approves the 2014-15 calendar.

• The public is invited to check out “Ready, Set...Game ON!” — the Wilton High School Post Graduation Party.

• The annual Greens Talent Show will feature the music of Cole Porter. The music begins Sunday, June 23 at 3 at Trackside Teen Center.

• Wilton “hams” will be a the Greater Norwalk Amateur Radio Club’s event at Veterans Park in Norwalk this weekend.

• Middle schoolers see their “True Colors” shining through at Trackside Teen Center.

• The Wilton Board of Finance debates the best way to provide advice to the Board of Education in preparation for its 2014-15 budget.

• Wave Hill Breads Bakery and Café accepted three Wilton High School seniors as interns. Eliot, Amelie, and Will tell their stories.

• Wilton High students fight Artemisia vulgaris, a weed invading Wilton Center.

• Police: Three burglaries near Bald Hill Road area.

• Police log: housekeeper arrested, disorderly conduct, evading responsibility.

• Yogapata: Extending body and soul, housed in a 1795 tobacco barn.

• Wilton Family Y has entered into an agreement to manage the Norwalk YMCA. That’s just one of the many things going on there.

• Parks and Rec offers choice of camps.

• Nurses offer Reiki class.

• A View from Glen Hill: Wilton High commencement triggers memories.

• In a Letter from Hartford, Tom O’Dea discusses his first legislative session.

• Editorial: On-the-job training.

• Notes from the Board Table: the season of good-bye.

• Letters: thanks to police, internships, second grade picnic.

• Murph’s Turf: Jason Collins and the gay male athlete.

• Weston Wilbur and Casey Pearsall were honored with the top Wilton High School athletic awards.

• Wilton Little League All-Stars have a tough act to follow.

• Sean Roberts and Tegan Helms received the Art Wall Scholarship.

• More than 250 runners participated in the Get Smart for Wilton 5K race.

Arts & Leisure: As You Like It at Shakespeare on the Sound, Tornado Alley at the IMAX theater, bats — the nocturnal kind — in Stamford, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts opens this weekend, the Reel Dad reviews Mud with Matthew McConaughey, and the Nissan Armada guzzles gas but has “manners.”