Parks and rec spring programs

Wilton Parks and Recreation is offering a number of programs for spring and summer. Some highlights:
Bricks 4 Kids — Children in grades K-5 and make their own motorized models of tools of the trade from a hand-held power drill and power saw to a tough, all-terrain bulldozer and giant dump truck and create their own LEGO construction site. The program meets Thursdays for nine weeks beginning March 30 (no session April 16). The resident fee is $185.
Soccer Extreme Vacation Camp for ages 5-12 provides an introduction to soccer based purely on fun and enjoyment of the game while learning the basic techniques and skills. The advanced camp (ages 7-12) focuses on teaching individual skills to develop the player and then advance this into team play. The camp meets April 13-16 at Ambler Field, 9-11 a.m. for ages 5-6 and 9 to noon for ages 7-12. The resident fee is $85.
IST Elite Baseball clinic for children in K-2 at Miller-Driscoll will focus on introducing all aspects of baseball and softball. Each day players will be brought through a series of drills to improve their hitting, fielding, and pitching technique. Players will also learn how to react during game situations. Clinics will be broken out by age and skill level of all players.
Jeff Slane is the instructor and the program runs April 20 through June 1. Players meet Tuesday, Thursday or Friday from 3:50 to 4:50. The resident fee is $265.
For more information on these and other programs, visit or stop by the office at the Comstock Community Center and pick up a spring/summer brochure.