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

• It’s the big holiday weekend welcoming summer. Pancakes at 8, parade at 10.

• As Father Michael Palmer prepares to celebrate his golden jubilee, he will also bid good-bye to Our Lady of Fatima parish.

• Mental health first aid course at Comstock Community Center offers emergency steps for those who don’t know what to do.

• A wise man once said, “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.” Obi-wan Kenobi of Star Wars fame didn’t know about the Wilton Library robotics team.

• The Board of Finance honored Bob Kelso at its meeting. Chief Financial Officer Sandy Dennies gave an update on town status.

• Town Forest guided walk is offered on Saturday, June 1.

• The Board of Selectmen approved the purchase of a new fire truck.

• The 23rd Annual Wilton Rotary craft fair is this Saturday.

• What’s open on Memorial Day weekend?  We’ll answer the question.

• Editorial: Remembering.

• Guest commentaries: Occupation, liberation; A mother is grateful.

• Columnist Stephen Hudspeth talks about the many ways Wilton is a community.

• Letters: Abercrombie & Fitch, letter carriers’ food collection, thanks to poll workers, Republican committee invitation, Les Mis, heartfelt thanks.

• Carolyn Schintzius marries Charles Coppa.

• River Road Gallery helps ‘pay it forward.’

• The Bocuzzo family of Wilton leads the STAR walk.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County will offer support groups to help coping with the loss of a spouse.

• Addressing Internet safety concerns.

• Police log: Stolen iPhones, interfering with a police officer, possession, violation of a protective order.

• Warrior Words: When it comes to college care packages, priority shipping is preferred.

• Fourth graders from Cider Mill Elementary School took a field trip to the Wilton Historical Society.

• Wilton musicians win big in Virginia.

• The Wilton Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Classic found the fairway.

• Dog Daze Café on Route 7 is now featuring family grown, organic produce.

• In girls lacrosse, Danbury shocks Wilton in the FCIAC quarterfinals, as Molly Miller scores in double overtime.

• Darien knocks Wilton out in boys quarterfinal. The team celebrated a Senior Night win against Trumbull.

• Wilton baseball came close to making the FCIAC playoffs, but New Canaan shut them out to finish the regular season.

• On the track, Spencer Brown led the boys team to a 10th place finish at the FCIAC championship meet. The girls finished 10th also.

• Wilton fell to New Canaan in the quarterfinals of the FCIAC girls tennis tournament. On the boys side, Staples knocked the Wreckers out.

• Paul Merolla of Wilton was named the Co-Rookie of the Year in the University Athletic Association. He pitches for Emory University.

• Wilton Y Special Olympians compete at regional competition.

• Looking for something to do? We have suggestions in 100 Things to Do.

Arts & Leisure: Three chefs ready for a culinary challenge in Ridgefield; Ahoy! it’s free-flying lorikeets at the Maritime Aquarium; the Reel Dad welcomes Star Trek Into Darkness to the sci-fi fold; the Toyota Yaris offers safety and roominess but not much zip.