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Children learn the basics of baseball including how to throw, catch, hit, and the positions of America’s favorite pastime; all while having fun in a safe environment. T-ball takes place on Saturdays spread over 5 weeks in April and May at Mills Pond Park. Participants get a cool team t-shirt to keep! Parent volunteer coaches are needed, if you are interested in volunteering please call 860-693-5808 or email Kellie Faust, recreation supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 3/20/23 (or earlier if registration fills)
Participants must be at least 4 years old by the start date of the program.
If registration is full, parents/guardians are encouraged to register on the waitlist. The waitlist does not guarantee a spot on a team. If a spot opens up or if there is enough interest for another team to be made, you will be contacted.
Team requests will be taken up until the regular registration deadline. Requests will be taken into consideration, but are not guaranteed.
Equipment: All players are advised to have their own gloves and sneakers/cleats. Cleats are great if you have them, but not necessary. Comfortable play/gym clothes are recommended. Canton Parks & Recreation has some bats and helmets available to share among the teams, but participants are welcomed to bring their own.
If you are purchasing your own bat, any tee ball bat will be fine - The majority of Tee Ball players should use a 25" or 26" bat. The weight of the bat starts as low as 13 oz and will be as heavy as 18 oz. The majority should use a bat that is 15 or 16 oz.
Schedule: Each Saturday players will meet with their team for a practice (about 1/2 the session) followed by a game.
Volunteer coaches needed! Please email Kellie Faust, email@example.com, for more information.
Thank you to our league sponsor:
Dates: Saturday, 4/22-5/20 (Rain date: 6/3)
Location: Mills Pond Park
Fee: $55 (NR $65)
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines: As of 12/01/23, the CT DPH has not released safety guidelines for sports. If posted, Canton Parks and Recreation will adopt the DPH policies for all programming. The policies to be posted must be practiced during the program with adjustments based on local health department and town guidelines. Please note, regulations and policies may change before and during the program. Participants will need to adhere to the current policies and any mid-season changes to continue with the program.
- More information will be forthcoming as we get closer to the season. A coaches meeting will be announced. T-Shirts will be handed out on the first day of the season.
- Parents must review concussion fact sheet and CT Safe Sport Policy (link & form below) prior to registering.
- Public Act No. 21-64: Pursuant to the Governor's Task Force on Justice for Abused Children in CT (GTF) all operators of youth sport activities must distribute the child sexual abuse guidelines to each parent or guardian upon registration.
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