There is a lot going on this weekend in Shelton. Saturday Flea market The Shelton Community Lions Club flea market will take place Saturday, Sept. 14 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the former Crabtree Auto site, 405 Bridgeport Ave. (corner of Nells Rock Road). Items for sale are antiques, collectibles, dolls, furniture, jewelry, household items, linens, toys, books, lawn furniture, ornaments and crafts. Vendor spots are available for $35. Information: Sheltonlions@gmail.com. Fall fair Crafts and activities at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 182 Coram Avenue, 10-4 p.m. Rain or shine. Wolf Atka, a wolf, will be at St. Joseph School, 430 Coram Avenue, 1 p.m. Public invited to hour-long presentation, followed by a chance to meet Atka. Free tickets available at Plumb Memorial Library's children\u2019s department. Scarecrow Festival Make-your-own scarecrow, face-painting and rainbow loom workshop, 11-4 p.m., at Oronoque Farms, 186 Leavenworth Road (Route 110). Information: 203-925-4237. Letterboxing Adults and older children are invited to a hike to try an old world pursuit of letterboxing, involving elements of hiking, uncovering clues, and folk art in the form of hand-carved rubber stamps. Hikers will explore the main trail at Birchbank Mountain and look for the Housatonic Forest letterboxes, starting at 10 a.m.,\u00a0 Saturday, Sept. 14. It should take about two hours. Registration required and limited to 12 people. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Letterboxing for families will be held Sept. 28. Wheel-Walk The fourth annual Shelton Wheel-Walk to Work is Saturday, Sept. 14 from 10-4 p.m. at Shelton\u2019s Veterans Memorial Park (the Riverwalk). The free event includes health screenings, a jobs fair, live music, food and children\u2019s activities. Adults can learn about employment support services and social services and youngsters can participate in arts, crafts and face painting. Proceeds benefits Moving With Hope, a Shelton-based nonprofit that helps to provide year-round access to independent living skills training and nutrition education programs to individuals with disabilities and their families. Alex\u2019s Lemonade Stand this weekend Beardsley\u2019s Cider Mill and Orchard in Shelton will host its eighth annual Alex\u2019s Lemonade Stand to help fight childhood cancer from 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15. The cider mill is at 278 Leavenworth Road (Route 110). Alex\u2019s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is a nonprofit organization that has evolved from a young cancer patient\u2019s front-yard lemonade stand to a nationwide fund-raising movement for childhood cancer. For four years, despite her deteriorating health, Alexandra \u201cAlex\u201d Scott hosted an annual lemonade stand to raise money for childhood cancer research. Beardsley\u2019s Cider Mill and Orchard also will offer fresh-pressed cider, apples, cider doughnuts, cookies, local honey, maple syrup and maple candy, jams and jellies, fruit butters, pumpkin cheesecake, farm-baked pies and unique gifts. During the weekend, 100% of the lemonade donations and a portion of the cider mill\u2019s profits will be sent directly to ALSF. Learn more about Beardsley\u2019s at beardsleyscidermill.com or 203-926-1098. Sunday Pawz in the Park Sunday, Sept. 15,\u00a0 is Responsible Dog Ownership Day, hosted by Shelton-based Trap Falls Kennel Club at Ansonia\u2019s Warsaw Park, 10-4 p.m. Called Pawz in the Park, it will feature rally and obedience matches, canine good citizenship demos and testing, police dog demos, a pet photographer, meet the breeds, best dressed and best trick contests and more. Vendors and raffles throughout the day. Free for attendees and their leashed dogs. All are encouraged to bring a donation item for a local shelter, and those who do, will get a free raffle ticket. All money raised will go to local shelters and Police Puppy Funds.