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

• Taxpayers going to tonight’s public hearing will learn about $2.5 million in capital bonded projects.

• Like show music? A hot singer-songwriting duo is coming to Wilton.

• Spring recipes — as well as food for all seasons — are found in a new cookbook from the Apple Blossom community.

• Work gloves, shovels and garbage bags will be at the ready for the town’s annual cleanup day.

• Concerned about security? The new town task force wants to clue you in to the most likely risks.

• Wilton Center’s main shopping center is under new ownership.

• Are you a fan of political humor? The Capitol Steps are coming to the Clune Center.

• A Wilton man is arrested for molesting an underage girl.

• A Wilton artist chooses guns in America as a theme for her latest work on display.

• Looking to lead? The Wilton Youth Council seeks to replenish its volunteer base.

• Everybody needs a home, including the birds. Some are up for auction for a good cause.

• Letters: Taxes, unwelcome opinions, students exposed to variety of careers, exploring Wilton trails, Speak Up Wilton, Restaurant Week.

• Meetings, meetings and more meetings.

• Columnist Stephen Hudspeth looks at life anew.

• A Wilton actor stars in a musical comedy.

• The annual gala benefit for Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County will be a tribute to Dave Brubeck.

• TechExpo 4.0 offers a look at what’s downloading at school.

• Warrior columnist Alosha Southern reflects on running — running into the future.

• Special needs consultants open a new office.

• Calling all egg hunters to Wilton Congregational Church on Saturday.

• Juniors to Seniors help get new friends on Facebook.

• The Earth balloon is back at the Wilton Go Green Festival, coming in May.

• Support can be found for those who are assisting early-onset Alzheimer’s.

• A Facebook virus is causing headaches through video links.

• More copper down spouts disappear, but police have a lead.

• Police make an arrest of a 19-year-old Danbury woman in a jewel theft.

• Good Friday and Easter Sunday are approaching.  What is open and what is closed?

• The Georgetown Lions Club is serving up pancakes.

• Congressman Jim Himes will visit Trackside on April 4 to discuss issues.

• Wilton High School welcomes a new director of athletics as Chris McDougal moves from Brookfield to take over the Warriors.

• The Wilton girls lacrosse team returns to the field without two key players.

• On the diamond, the Warriors lost some players to graduation but have a talent pool of young players to draw from.

• Wahoo for the Wahoos! The boys and girls swim teams excel at Wesleyan University in advance of the national tournament in North Carolina.

• The 30th annual Wilton YMCA platform tennis tournament has a little something for everyone.

Arts & Leisure: Mark Twain Library exhibition on nature in porcelain and photography, Oklahoma! in Stamford!, The Bunny Train is running in Danbury, The Reel Dad likes Admission but he doesn’t love it, there are a few oddities in the Mercedes-Benz GLK.