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

• The Wilton Montessori School’s plan for a parking lot is back in the hands of the Planning and Zoning Commission.

• Ambler Farm’s 18th Century farmhouse is making progress on extensive renovations. The Bulletin got a tour of the house.

• Julia Harris will step down on June 28 as principal at Middlebrook School. Maria Coleman will assume the role. The two discussed their individual careers and the process of transition and training.

• College Creamery, an ice cream truck housed in a classic 1977 Chevrolet, is hoping to remain in Wilton. The current owners would like to sell the business by the end of the summer.

• Amy Jeffereis of Wilton is a Family Champion, as selected by the Connecticut Council of Family Services Agency.

• The Greens of Cannondale held the last session of its Community Health Series as seniors learned how not to fall.

• The Wilton Center Family Dentistry volunteer team will assist at the Connecticut Mission of Mercy in Bridgeport June 7-8.

• The Kiwanis Club of Wilton will hold their fifth annual golf tournament on Monday, September 30 at Silvermine Golf Club.

• The Wilton League of Women Voters welcomed Victoria Veltri, the state healthcare advocate. Ms. Veltri addressed health care changes brought on by the Affordable Care Act.

• Sarah Sprole, a Wilton High School senior, writes about her experience as a ballerina.

• It’s “Ready, Set...Game On!” for the Wilton class of 2013 Post Graduation Party.

• A Wilton landlord has been cited for discharging sewage into catch basins that drain into the Norwalk River.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County plans a Celebration of Life.

• A full lineup of food purveyors is set to give attendees A Taste of Wilton on June 17.

• Police blotter: burglary, cruelty to animals, found property, marijuana at Wilton High, DUI, burglar caught on nanny-cam.

• Wilton police remind citizens to report suspicious solicitors.

• The Department of Consumer Protection reports that over 5,000 tricycles sold at Toys R Us are being recalled.

• Open House Gift Shop continues to thrive after 30 years in business.

• The Wilton Farmers’ Market opened June 5 with a dozen booths.

• The Greens of Cannondale created the position of family services adviser. Janet Giradat is a certified geriatric specialist.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County recognizes its outstanding volunteers.

• Editorial: We all live downstream.

• Letters: tribute to Sam Polis, food labeling bill, a Hurricane Sandy baby boom, soccer coach, Middlebrook School dance, monitoring citizens, Wilton Relay for Life.

• In A view from Glen Hill, Stephen Hudspeth highlights the career of Father Michael Palmer, pastor of Our Lady of Fatima.

• The Wilton Historical Society’s Bob King train display moved to a new space in the lower level of the Abbott Barn.

• The Wilton Planning and Zoning Commission is expected to decide the Wilton Acres subdivision  on June 24.

• Wilton High School seniors get a sense of the future as they work as interns for various area businesses. Nathan Seper, the Wilton Bulletin’s own intern, has the story.

• Charles Grodin, actor and humanitarian, has a new book: Just When I Thought I’d Heard Everything!

• The Wilton League of Women Voters elected new officers.

• The Georgetown Lions Club will hold a pancake breakfast on June 16.

• Congressman Jim Himes addresses t the economy, gun safety issues and more.

• Wilton artist David Dunlop will be featured in a new exhibition at the Watershed Gallery.

• Justin Wensek, son of former Wilton residents, married Valentina Savva on May 26.

• The Wilton High School boys lacrosse program defeated Joel Barlow for the Class M state championship.

• The girls lacrosse team made it to the state title game before falling to FCIAC foe New Canaan, 10-6.

• In Murph’s Turf, Sports Editor Tim Murphy examines the Wilton boys lacrosse run to the championship.

• Wilton High graduate Kathy Hogan has written a book that highlights youth sports.

• The FCIAC Hall of Fame added seven new members, including outgoing Wilton High School Athletic Director Christy Hayes.

• On the track, the Wilton High girls relay team set a record en route to All-New England honors.

• Town summer tennis lessons begin June 24.

Home Monthly: A builder builds his dream home, battling backyard pests, Lewisboro home garden tour preview.

Arts & Leisure: Keeler Tavern celebrates its 300th anniversary Saturday, Father’s Day car show in Darien, South Pacific in New Canaan, As You Like It is at Shakespeare on the Sound, the Great Hudson River Revival, family films for summer.