Fall Softball Clinic is designed for beginner softball players, ages 7 & 8, to teach them the fundamentals of softball. Among teammates of their own age, players will learn the basic skills of the game including throwing, catching, & hitting.

Eligibility: Children ages 7 & 8. Participants must be at least 7 years old and not turning 9 on or before program start date.

Schedule: Clinic will be offered on Thursdays from August through October. Weather and activity updates will be available on our Recreation Sports website at: Team Sideline. In addition, you can call the weather hotline at 203-861-6100.

Location: Bruce Park

Fees: Please see fees listed in the Activity Search below. Please note the year, fees subject to change. There are no refunds and we do not pro-rate fees. Requests for credit will only be considered if received in writing, prior to the start of the program. There is a $15 administrative fee for credits and a $25 fee for any returned checks.

Participant Information:
• Players supply their own fielding glove, bat, and pants.
• Catcher’s equipment, softballs and helmets are provided.
• All participants should bring a filled water bottle labeled with their name.
• All players will receive a warm-up shirt.

Registration
Online registration begins July 1
Have you signed in? You must Sign In in to your account to register.

Please note: If you have not done so this year, you must Verify Residency, prior to registration, once annually beginning January.

New residents may sign up for an account online. Register Here for a Parks and Recreation account.

Beginning July 15, non account holders, may mail in the Registration Form and required documents. Please only mail in a current year Registration Form. Previous year remains available for information only.

Youth Scholarship Program
Parks and Recreation has established a youth scholarship program which provides financial assistance to qualifying residents.
For eligibility requirements and to apply for a Youth Scholarship Click Here to complete registration.

Photos: The Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to use program or event photographs including participants in official Town of Greenwich media only (Website, newsletter, flyers and advertisements, Facebook, and/or Instagram). Please contact the Recreation Office if you object to the use of photographs and you or your child(ren) in Town media.

Donate to the Parks and Recreation Scholarship Fund.

Important: Informational Fact Sheets

Please take note of program registration dates. The content for inactive programs is only to be used for informational purposes. Dates, locations and fees are subject to change.

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Unavailable Unavailable 305011-A1 Fall Softball Clinic 7 & 8 08/31/2023 -10/19/2023 4:15 pm - 6:15 pm 7-8.99 $152.00
General Activity Waitlist Policy
Once maximum enrollment has been reached for activity registration, a participant may elect to be placed on a waitlist. Should additional registration spots become available, those on the waitlist will be contacted in numerical order. Once contacted, if the person is still interested in enrollment in the activity, they will have two business days to make payment for the activity fee. If complete payment is not made within two business days, that person will be removed from the waitlist and the next person on the waitlist will be contacted. If the waitlisted person is no longer interested in registering for the activity, then the next person on the waitlist will immediately be contacted. Additionally, if the waitlisted person declines to respond to the Department of Parks and Recreation within two business days, the next person on the waitlist will be contacted.

Town of Greenwich Anti-Discrimination Policy
The Town complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination, equal opportunity, affirmative action, and providing reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. If you require an accommodation to participate, please contact the Commissioner of Human Services at 203-622-3800 or [email protected] as soon as possible in advance of the event.