Summer Program Adventure Guide

Summer Program Adventure Guide

This summer will be a new adventure for all of us! 

In our Summer Adventure Guide, we will be offering the Urban Street Grill, Youth Employment Program, and Interact club and we have also added Virtual Summer Camps and Virtual Youth programs! The delivery style may be different, but the programs still offer a variety of opportunities to overcome barriers, form peer friendships and positive adult relationships, try new things and develop confidence and skills for life.

To view the complete 2020 Summer Adventure Guide, click here!

Before registering, please ensure you have completed a current membership form, valid from June 2020 - September 2021, for The Boys and Girls Club of Fort Saskatchewan.  To fill out a membership form online, please click here.

Virtual Summer Camp

Campers will join in a virtual Zoom group with two live camp counselors and up to 12 other children in their age group. Throughout the week, your child will laugh, play connect, and learn for one hour each day. Prior to each week of camp, a list of materials will be sent out; we only use materials that are accessible at home. For children and youth  aged 6 - 12

Pep Talk! 

Much like a cup of coffee for an adult to get their week started, Leanne from the Youth and Family Support Program will join youth for a half an hour of encouragement, enthusiasm, and optimism to get the good vibes rolling into the new week ahead. A great space to directly share what we have available at the Club and in the community for the upcoming week! For youth aged 11+ 

Virtual Youth Room 

Join your friends and Leanne, the Boys and Girls Club's Youth and Family Support Worker for an hour on Wednesdays in our Virtual Youth Room for chatting, joking, watching videos, or maybe even whipping up a delicious recipe together! For youth aged 11+ 

Urban Street Grill 

Youth aged 12 - 13 years old will work together to run a mobile concession cart. Youth will receive training in safe food handling and customer service. Youth will receive an honorarium for their participation. Training will take place at the beginning of July. Participants will have up to two shifts per week from Monday to Friday throughout July and August.

Youth Employment Program 

Youth aged 14 - 16 years old will learn and practice hands on work and life skills. Youth will create resumes and explore future education, career, and life goals. Youth will work together to complete a community project. Youth will receive an honorarium for their participation. Training will take place throughout July. Shift schedule to be determined.
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