Trackside Teen Center of Wilton

15 Station Rd, Wilton, CT 06897 - 203.834.2888



Open Hour Schedule:

Grades 6-12

Monday-Thursday: 3pm-6pm

Friday: 3pm-7pm

Drop in and check out what we have to offer!

Snackside Cafe, Games, Video Game Room,

Movies, TV, and more! Open hours are free

for Wilton teens to attend.

Take Bus 7 to Station Rd.

click here to check out our facilities

Spring Programs:

Culinary Arts Class

A new cooking class is coming to Trackside! Middle school teens are invited to register for Culinary Arts with Angela Bastone of Cooking with Ms Angela & Friends. In this class, students will learn how to make their favorite foods and learn new recipes!

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.  

Student Governing Board

Teens in High School and Middle School are encouraged to join Trackside's Student Governing Board. Middle School and High School meetings are each held twice a month so that teens can gather together and initiate new program and event ideas and act as a link between Trackside and Wilton schools.

New members are always welcome to join!

Wilton Youth Services, the Wilton Garden Club, and Trackside Teen Center are pleased to offer the Green Teens program for middle schoolers. Teens get involved with creating and maintaining vegetable gardens, learn about the importance of healthy foods, and give back to the community as the produce they grow will be donated to the Wilton Food Pantry. 


Trackside clubs meet once a week at the teen center. Club members are invited to collaborate on future club ideas and goals. Contact [email protected] for more info or club suggestions. 

Gamer Club

Gamers meet once a week to discuss and play the most popular games in the Trackside Game Room or on the big screen in the Barn. 

October - May

Fridays 3:15- 4:30

Cost: FREE

Crafts for Shelter Pets 

Meet at Trackside to design and create special no-sew pet beds and blankets which will be donated to local animal shelters. 

October - December

Mondays: 3:15 - 4:30

Cost: FREE



Middle School students are invited to join the PeerConnection program which trains students in the areas of communication, problem-solving, and reaching-out skills as peer facilitators and positive role models.

PeerConnection meets at Trackside on Thursdays from 3:30 to 5:00pm

Advisor: Jeanne Carrillo

Registration Fee: $200

To Register: contact Colleen Fawcett at 

[email protected] 

or (203) 834-6241 

C.O.D.E.S. is a teen club where high school youth come to band together as peers in order to make their world a better and safer place. 

C.O.D.E.S. meets at Trackside on Thursdays from 6-7pm

For more information:

Contact Colleen Fawcett at 

[email protected]

or (203) 834-6241