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

• Wilton Continuing Education offers classes for all ages covering many disciplines. From homework help to fencing to iPads, the women of Continuing Ed are happy to help.

• Cannondale Sports Unlimited is establishing a new headquarters in Wilton. The move is a homecoming for the company that makes Cannondale bicycles.

• Relay for Life steps off at Wilton High School on Friday night. Math teacher Peggy Meurer-Tanzman is the honorary chairperson.

• With the lowest voter turnout in recent town history, the school and municipal budgets passed.

• The Wilton Family Y will hold is Memorial Day open house on May 27 from 10-4.

• Wilton is working towards reducing energy consumption by 20% by 2018.

• Get smart and run! 5K is set for May 26.

• Editorial: For life.

• Letters: ‘Locks for Lyla,’ budget increase, ABC house tour, Woodcock Nature Center.

• From Board of Education Chairman Bruce Likly, Notes from the Board Table.

• Obituaries: Lillian (Bonnie) Margarite Taylor, George Ehinger Jr.

• Calling all chili chefs! Georgetown Day is June 9.

• Representatives lend support to legislation, initiatives.

• The Wilton Wahoos celebrated their 40th anniversary by giving to AmeriCares.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County seeks volunteers to visit homebound patients.

• Talk about a bad hair day. Wigs transform the cast of Les Misérables at Wilton High School.

• Wilton Acres proposal meets opposition at the Planning & Zoning Commission public hearing.

• Dieting does not have to be depressing. Learn “How to Diet Effectively.”

• Wilton nurse Jill Ely is a winner of the prestigious Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing.

• Police log: embezzlement, unregistered vehicle, larceny, DUI, burglary.

• On the diamond, Wilton baseball remained in the FCIAC playoff hunt but it won’t be easy to grab a seat at the table.

• Wilton girls lacrosse opens the FCIAC playoffs on Friday.

• Wilton boys lacrosse lost to Fairfield Prep 16-9, but beat Fairfield Ludlowe and Fairfield Warde.

• On the links, Wilton lost to rival Ridgefield.

• The Warriors girls track team lost to Darien and Danbury.

• Girls tennis completes its best regular season since 2000 and next play in the FCIAC quarterfinals.

• The Wilton High softball team continues to improve.

• The Wilton Y Wahoos men’s swim team finished sixth at the national tournament in Florida.

• Boys tennis had their senior day. Then they topped Norwalk and lost to Fairfield Warde.

Arts & Leisure: Redding artist Arthur Shilstone is featured in a new documentary on PBS, outdoor crafts festival at the Bruce Museum, Founders’ May Fair at New Pond Farm in Redding, the Reel Dad says Dennis Quaid is at the top of his game in At Any Price, the Dodge Caravan offers luxurious touches.