Youth Services is located in the Comstock Community Center. It began in 1988 as a section of Social Services…More advised by the Wilton Youth Council and the Commission on Social Services. Since then it has gone through two major administrative expansions, one in 1995 and the other in 2002.</p>
<p>Today it offers support to children in Wilton through crisis intervention, short-term counseling, advocacy, and case management.</p>
Visit Scoops for a trip down memory lane. Wilton residents who grew up eating cones from the charming ice cream…More parlor now return as adults to reminisce and indulge in a cold treat. Remembering is easy too—the shop has remained practically unchanged from its inception in the 1970s. Photos of patrons from the past and present enjoying a chilly treat line the walls of the shop, including some of current employees in their youth.</p>
<p>The parlor is now owned by Kevin and Meghan Wall and Chris and Aimee Farrell. Scoops services Bucks 100% natural ice cream.</p>
Wilton Presbyterian Church 48 New Canaan Rd, Wilton, CT06897 The congregation of what is now the Wilton Presbyterian Church began as a group of just 11 members, who informally…More gathered in each other's homes for study, song and prayer. As this initially informal, small gathering gradually grew in structure and size, the group found a home at the American Legion Hall before moving first to Cider Mill School and finally to its current location at Parish Hall.<br /> <br />Today's incarnation of the church has a Presbyterian credo, but also maintains relationships with other religious institutions and the community in general, through charities, focus projects, inter-faith services, and the "Joint Venture" with St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, with which Wilton Presbyterian shares a common facility, a church school, a youth ministry, and occasional joint worship services.<br /> <br />Wilton Presbyterian Church emphasizes Christian education. In addition to the church school it runs with St. Matthew's, Wilton Presbyterian offers such programs as a Bible study group known as "Seekers," the more activity-focused "Bible Quest," a biblically themed class for "Tweens in Transition," and a musically themed class called "Joyful Noise."<br /> <br />The church also offers educational and musical programs for adults who wish to enhance their spiritual experiences with the church. If you have questions about the church's programs, you can contact Pastor David J. Graybill at 203-762-5514; the church is located at 48 New Canaan Rd., near the Norwalk Reservoir.
It has been a part of the community since 1972, offering a multitude of activities and programs for all ages.…More The Wilton YMCA offers swimming lessons, health and fitness programs, senior activities, youth and adult sports, early childhood educational programs, afterschool child care, summer day camp and volunteer opportunities. Examples include programs in sports, health and wellness, childcare and year-round exercise classes.</p>
<p>In summer, community members can take part in a variety of available summer camps ranging from a Creative Arts Camp to Lego Camp and one can even find Y members out on the baseball field and in the outdoor pool. Programs are led by a large staff of professionals and volunteers. It is a sprawling facility complete with an indoor gym and swimming pool, exercise equipment rooms, tennis courts, outdoor sports fields, a pond and a playground. Membership is available but is not necessary to participate in Y programs and classes. </p>