Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 The Woodcock Nature Center is \u2018going green\u2019 with a new playground. \u2022 In time for the big holiday, former First Selectman Bob Russell explains the colorful history of Wilton during the Revolutionary War. \u2022 The Wilton Bank will be renamed after its sale is complete. \u2022 The Bulletin takes a look at past Fourth of July events. \u2022 Wiltonian retires after 47 years of teaching. \u2022 The legislature gave some mandate relief to top-performing schools and the go-ahead to skip senior year to top-performing students. \u2022 A new book offers suggestions for relieving anxiety before surgery. \u2022 A state program will help businesses lower energy costs. \u2022 Littering or dumping could bring a heavier fine. Selectmen consider a litter ordinance. \u2022 What\u2019s that up in the tree? It could be you at Woodcock Nature Center. \u2022 It\u2019s not exactly American Graffiti, but classic cars will roll into Wilton next week. \u2022 Library summer reading programs begin. \u2022 This is a long holiday weekend for some, not so for others. Find out who\u2019s open and closed. \u2022 Tunes and T-shirts program at Wilton Library for young adults. \u2022 Want to play an instrument? The Wilton Conservatory of Music is enrolling for its summer session. \u2022 The Walter Schalk School of Dance awards scholarships. \u2022 Wiltonian youth motivational speaker pens \u2018revolutionary\u2019 book. \u2022 Business Update: New Rotary president, LaurelRock is a top green company, Dr. Gordon heads to Yale, Dr. Doctor named \u2018top doc.\u2019 \u2022 Got a new neighbor? Real estate sales for June 21-27. \u2022 State Senator Toni Boucher and state Rep. Gail Lavielle weigh in on the budget and the general state of the state. \u2022 After a trip abroad, Stephen Hudspeth looks at democracy in Turkey. \u2022 Youth Volunteer Corps of United Way of Western Connecticut begins summer volunteerism. \u2022 Obituary: Robert J. Corrigan, 72. \u2022 Acoustic Wilton spawns an acoustic band. \u2022 Police log: burglary on Moriarity Road, criminal mischief, DUI, 2011 burglary arrest, theft from car. \u2022 Kids are invited to hop and bop and the library. \u2022 Wilton Historical Society\u2019s collection will get assessed. \u2022 Historical society plans fall artisan show. \u2022 Wilton Children\u2019s Theatre is rehearsing at Trackside. \u2022 Letters: Reason for budget errors is \u2018stunning.\u2019 A perfect evening at Ambler. Taste of Wilton successful again. \u2022 Wilton 12s play Ridgefield in District One tournament. \u2022 Legion 86ers are in the playoff hunt. \u2022 Wilton 12-year old softball all-stars take on Darien. \u2022 Janel Jorgensen, former Wilton Wahoo swimmer, looks back on Olympic silver medal in 1988. \u2022 Wilton 10-year-old softball all-stars begin district tournament on Sunday. \u2022 Wilton High School girls lacrosse stand-outs, to play in Under Armour Classic. \u2022 Summer tennis clinics announced. \u2022 Former Wiltonian Mitch Lewis is using art to fight the darkness of genocide, July 4 Antiques in the Churchyard opens in South Salem, the Reel Dad offers film suggestions for Independence Day, test drive columnist Steven Macoy takes the 2013 Lexus LS460 for a spin.