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

• The Wilton Town Meeting includes final presentations and commentary before voters head to the polls.

Les Misérables will entertain audiences at Wilton High School.

• A presentation at Wilton Library presents new research for Lyme disease.

• The Wilton Garden Club has seen improvements to its greenhouse. The club’s annual Mother’s Day Plan Sale begins Friday.

• Police search for explosives comes up empty.

• Wilton’s Go Green Festival offers lessons and entertainment.

• Construction may begin this year on a portion of the Norwalk River Valley Trail.

• Hair donations are requested to create wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment. This is in connection with the Relay for Life event taking place on May 17 at Wilton High School.

• Paving is set to begin on Route 33.

• Editorial: Some good news.

• Letters: Gun owners, library sale, Little League.

• A view from Glen Hill: Gun legislation yields outstanding bipartisanship.

• Guest commentary: Continuing the conversation on mental health.

• Master storyteller Mary Higgins Clark tells tales at Wilton Library.

• The third Community Health Series talk at The Greens at Cannondale focused on sleeping. Dr. Ian Weir wasn’t looking to put attendees to sleep. He merely wanted to tell them how to get more sleep, and better sleep.

• Woodcock Nature Center adds new dimensions to the environmental education experience.

• Weir Preserve offers bird walk.

• Police log: burglary, accident, disorderly conduct, assault.

• Police ask the public for help in finding a man who broke into a locker at the Y.

• Safe Rides effort is under way.

• Obituaries: Donald Crocket, Charles Marion Carroll Jr, Luis A. Moreno Jr.

• The Wilton Historical Society will host Family Day on May 18.

• Photojournalist Daryl Hawk takes a ‘High Adventure’ to Argentina and Chile.

• Photo mix-up is clarified.

• Warrior Words: The days are long, the years are short.

• Wilton High School honor roll.

• Alexa Steckel makes a ‘change’ for cancer.

• The Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra will present a concert on May 19.

• Rosaline Banguela is the new head of nursing at The Greens of Cannondale.

• A tribute to Dave Brubeck raises funds for Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County.

• A wine tasting Saturday will benefit Relay for Life.

• Dog trainer Margaret Reed will speak with seniors at St. Matthew’s.

• Wilton letter carriers are running a food drive Saturday.

• An unusual dog wanders away from home in Cannondale.

• Boys lacrosse climbs back to .500.

• Wilton baseball suffers three losses, softball drops one to Staples.

• Exceptional work by goalie Hannah Wiltshire propels Wilton laxgirls to a win over Newtown.

• Wilton sweeps Brien McMahon in boys tennis and tops Stamford in golf.

• More sports: track, girls tennis, youth soccer, Little League.

Home Monthly: Musician Joey Levine blends home and harmony, ABC Wilton Home Tour debuts, water gardens make a big splash.

Arts & Leisure: Wilton Singers celebrate 30 years, Lucie Arnaz explores her Latin roots at the Ridgefield Playhouse, The Reel Dad enjoys Love is All You Need.