Trackside Teen Center of Wilton

15 Station Rd, Wilton, CT 06897 - 203.834.2888

  • Snackside Cafe
    Snackside Cafe
  • Cafe Corner
    Cafe Corner
  • The Lounge
    The Lounge
  • Conference Room
    Conference Room
  • The Barn
    The Barn
  • Stage
    Stage
  • The Theater
    The Theater

Trackside Teen Center of Wilton is dedicated to providing a safe and supervised tobacco, alcohol, and drug-free gathering place for Wilton youth. We do this through engaging teen programming, youth involvement, and opening our facility for use to the entire Wilton community, including local organizations and private parties. 

Events:

Friday February 2nd at 6pm
Ages 13+

Free Parents Workshop:
Essential Steps To Get Your Rising 9th & 10th Grade Student School and College-Admissions Ready 
  Tuesday, February 6, at 7:00 pm

Programs:

Women's

Self-Defense Class

Wilton teens in high school & women are invited to a special class series designed to teach self-defense techniques for women. Back by popular demand, Lisa Bohacs will be teaching this special class at Trackside on Monday evenings from 7-8pm Jan 29th, Feb 5th, Feb 12th and Feb 26th. This class will provide an opportunity for moms and their daughters to share in this educational experience while learning important self-defense skills.  

LiveGirlTalk

Trackside Teen Center is thrilled to partner with LiveGirl to bring you their free-of-charge after school girl empowerment program. LiveGirl is a nonprofit organization that equips girls with the necessary leadership skills to thrive. Their programs teach girls how to be leaders (be yourself | be brave | be kind | be empowered), thus boosting girls' social emotional intelligence and self-esteem.
LiveGirl returns to Trackside on Wednesday February 7th after school and runs for 10 sessions. Registration is free!

Middle School Gamer Club

Registration is now open
for the Spring!

Green Teens Gardening Program at the Trackside Neighborhood Garden 

Wilton Youth Services, the Wilton Garden Club, and Trackside Teen Center are once again offering the Green Teens program for middle schoolers.  The goals of the program are to get more young people involved with creating and maintaining vegetable gardens, to teach youth about the importance of healthy foods, and to give back to the community as the produce they grow will be donated to the Wilton Food Pantry. The Green Teens program is free to join!

Questions?

Please contact Amy Nassef [email protected] or (203) 834-2888

or Pam Nobumoto (561) 339-9438.