In this week’s Wilton Bulletin

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

• ‘Anonymous People’ screening at Wilton High School will shed new light on addiction.

• Wilton Historical Society prepares for two openings.

• Art collected by Peter Rosenberg of Vallin Galleries is up for auction.

• Board of Education considers eliminating threat assessment coordinator position.

• Former Orem’s waitress wins $84,000 lawsuit.

• Is the school district offering ‘hush’ money?

• Friends and members of the Wilton Garden Club participate in a ‘spring strengthening’ class to get ready for the gardening season.

• Warrior Words: Superior beings.

• Violinist Alexander Markov wows Wilton High School.

• Democrats welcome Mayor Rilling, honor fellow Wiltonians.

• Comstock architect will outline renovation plans.

• Shopping day will benefit Wilton Relay for Life.

• Letters: Democrats seek to fill finance seat, Comstock renovations to be explained to the public, Love will triumph over bigotry and hatred, Playshop anniversary heralded in fine form, Beyond Words was beyond success, Concert’s success translates into 35,000 meals.

• Georgetown Day sponsors invite participants.

• Wilton Y promotes healthy kids.

• Wilton Y instructor, former Navy SEAL, wants to run for Congress.

• Charity offices approved in residential zones.

• Library ready for ‘gigantic’ book sale next week.

• YMCA fund-raiser hits the sweet spot.

• Miller-Driscoll radon levels need ‘no corrective action.’

• Jim Himes will address SWRMPO.

• Transportation planning public review.

• Taste of Westport will benefit residential facilities.

• Pam Keough named CEO of Make-a-Wish CT.

• What’s open and what’s closed on Good Friday?

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments.

• Warrior Words columnists wanted!

• Montessori students host Civitas Lunch to raise money for Ben’s Bells.

• Susan Paley named new human resources director for the school district.

• Solving digestive problems.

• Open mic for kids at Piccolo Jazzeria, May 4.

• Wilton pianist Karen Curtin performs for the Darien Community Group’s spring concert on April 27.

• Author Elizabeth Strout joined veteran book discussion leader Susan Boyer at Wilton Library.

• Hope Church will present the Passion Road Experience on Good Friday, April 18.

• Obituary: Robert Lamont Belknap.

• Wilton signs on to non-emergency mutual aid pact.

• Georgetown center celebrates trees.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County seeks patient support volunteers.

• Veterans invited to submit photos for the Veterans Memorial Supplement.

• Wilton Children’s Theater Summerstage and Summerstage jr! programs are open for registration.

• Wilton police are searching for a man who passed off 13 counterfeit $20 bills at T.J. Maxx.

• A Village Market employee reported seeing two people light a fire behind the store.

• Wilton-based filmmaker Graham Williams will take part in the 25th annual DUSTY Film & Animation Festival, in New York City.

• Hoffman Landscapes will participate in the 2014 Professional Landcare Network Day of Service on April 22.

• HANRadio’s Behind the News will feature a discussion on the Common Core educational standards and an interview with a journalist known as the CT News Junkie.

• The Wilton Historical Society invites high school students to join its existing group of budding historians.

• Notes from the Board Table: Air quality, budget cuts.

• Editorial: Sexual assault is not a faceless crime.

• Letter from Hartford: Why are we beating up on business?

• Attachment by Lois Alcosser: What’s going on?

• Wilton Congregational Church looks at “Breaking the Silence” around mental health issues.

• Breakfast at Bett’s offers a spring preview.

• The Southern Connecticut Camerata will present its spring concert.

• The April 24 Norwalk-Wilton AARP Chapter #3929 meeting is canceled.

• Board of Education reviews a regional unified calendar.

• Wilton High School girls lacrosse’s win over Rams highlights first week.

• Big start sends New Canaan past Warriors in boys lacrosse.

• Heavy losses leave Wilton boys golf in rebuilding mode.

• Wilton High School’s baseball team struggles in openers as does the softball team.

• Wilton High School Girls Golf falls to Ludlowe and Trumbull.

• The Wilton High boys tennis team had a 7-0 win over Norwalk.

• Wilton High girls tennis team is off to a 3-0 start after beating Stamford 7-0.

Arts & Leisure: An exhibition showcasing Cuban art opens next week at the Carriage Barn Arts Center in New Canaan; B.B. King plays the Klein Auditorium in Bridgeport Friday; In the Mood a live show of music from the big band era, with dancers in period costumes, runs through the weekend at the Ridgefield Playhouse; The Reel Dad offers some suggestions from the Tribeca Film Festival; Test driver Steven Macoy says the 2012 Ford Fiesta is fun to drive.