Among Us Live at Trackside Teen Center in Wilton

The Wilton Children's Theater has found creative ways to perform, and work together within the community through the coronavirus pandemic. The Trackside Teen Center, pictured, located at 15 Station Road, also in Wilton, is had its latest Among Us Live event for middle school students Feb. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.

The Wilton Children's Theater has found creative ways to perform, and work together within the community through the coronavirus pandemic. The Trackside Teen Center, pictured, located at 15 Station Road, also in Wilton, is had its latest Among Us Live event for middle school students Feb. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.

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The Trackside Teen Center, located at 15 Station Road in Wilton, Conn., had its next Among Us Live event for middle school students on Feb. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Among Us, a popular multiplayer video game among teenagers, is a game to “out the imposter” on a spaceship. The live event puts Wilton’s youngsters at a safe distance and let’s them dive into the virtual worl of Among Us, which is a classic “whodunit” type of thrill. The new date has been added to the schedule. Space is limited to 12 people maximum.

The event was hosted by John Priest, the center’s program director.

Those interested in the event were asked to watch for additional dates incase the Feb. 17 event filled up. New dates would be available on the center’s website. Register at flipcause.com.

Participants play on devices at a safe social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic, and complete tasks in “med bays,” and cafeterias.”

The Among Us Spaceship at the center was also present. Participants were also able to choose what crew member they wanted to be during registration.

People who are registering three or more players at the same time are to contact the center for basic and high school special-event-only discount codes.

Check for more information at https://www.trackside.org/.