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Steamboat Club Summer Program  Ages 6 -entering 5th Grade

Weekly Programming $65 per week

7:30am – 6pm

June 14 – August 20

Closed July 1, 2, & 5

Closed August 23 – 27

Reopen for Afterschool Programs August 30

Every Summer Has a Story is the theme for the lower club this summer. Have your child age 6 – entering 5th grade join us each week for a different story. Each week we will have a unique theme and create stories and fun around that theme. Breakfast and Snacks are provided daily. Please have your child bring walking shoes, a mask, a water bottle and lunch daily. 

June 14 – 18 Myth and Magic

Disney, unicorns, fire-breathing dragons, fairies, and invisibility! 

Field Trips: visiting parks, ice skating (water turns to ice, ooohh), and S.A.M. (Steamboat Art Museum)

June 21- 25 Under the Stars 

Learn all about outer space including the constellations, our solar systems, astronauts and making our own telescopes! We will also do a few indoor and outdoor camping adventures.

Field Trips: visiting parks, Howelsen Park with the coaster

June 28 – 30 Red, White and Blue

Celebrate our country all week in high spirits!

Field trips: Grill Lunch out at the park, Botanical Garden, Amaze’n Steamboat

July 6 – 9 Natural disaster and History Heroes

Time to explore the heroes, historic and new, along with  some natural disaster experimenting! 

Field trips: Pioneer Days, Discovery Kids, Yampatika, and (hopefully) Wild West hot air balloon.

July 12 – 16 Animal Planet 

Animals, animals, and more animals, from the farm to the forest.

Field trips: Livestock ranch, Humane Society drop-off with our homemade dog biscuits, Yampatika.

July 19 – 23 Celebration of Nations

Visit a different country each day, learn about their culture,  play games, make indigenous food and art.

Field Trip: Go to a restaurant, Library

July 26 – 30 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan

Beginning with the carrying of the torch, we’ll be playing lots and lots of sports & games and learning about Japan.

Field Trip: Excel Gymnastics and  Pottery at Celebration of Kids

Aug 2 – 6 Splash of Color 

Given the name, we’ll be tie-dying rock painting, kite flying, flower pressing and so much more!

Field Trips: Fish Creek Falls, Nature walks

Aug 9 – 13 Game Week

Individual and team game tournaments all week long. Lego contests, Air Hockey tournaments, relay races, and drawing contests.

Field Trips: Pickleball and Amazing Steamboat.

Aug 16 – 20 The Best of… 

All week we will do the most popular activities of the summer ending the week with a talent show and celebration! 

Field Trips: Talent Show in the Park

Mary Brown Teen Center- entering 6th Grade and up

Weekly Programming $50 per week

7:30am – 6pm

June 14 – August 20

Closed July 1, 2, & 5

Closed August 23 – 27

Reopen for Afterschool Programs August 30

Our 2021 Teen Summer Program, for grades 6 and up, will offer adventure, team building, and daily opportunities for connection and friendship. Bike rides, trips to the lake, barbecues, scavenger hunts and group kickball games will surely be on the agenda. We will offer a combination of local and out of town trips to fill our days with variety and new experiences. Summer of Service will be explored to teach our teens how great it is to give back to our community. 

Each day, teens will need good walking shoes, a water bottle, lunch, a swimsuit (just in case) and a rockin’ attitude! For specialty activities, we will give you a heads up on what your child needs to bring. For questions regarding our teen program, please contact our Teen Director, Meghan at mbarrett@bgcnwc.org 

Craig Club Ages 6 and up

Session 1 June 1 – June 30 $220

Session 2 July 6 – 30 $190

Session 3 August 2 – 13 $100

7:30am – 6pm

Closed July 1, 2, 5

Closed August 16 – 20

Open for Afterschool August 23

A Summer of Adventure means fun for everyone. The adventures will abound and will include trips to the Wave Pool, local parks and reservoirs. Fun adventures in learning will include STEAM projects, sewing, gardening, outdoor skills, biking and reading. Breakfast, snacks and lunch are provided daily. Please have your child bring a water bottle and gym shoes.  *More details regarding session activities and field trips will be sent out prior to start of summer camp programs. 

General Information

Registration for all programs will be on a first come first serve basis and drop ins will not be permitted due to COVID19 Restrictions.

A current yearly $25 membership is also required.  Scholarships are available please contact kweese@bgcnwc.org in Steamboat and tferguson@bgcnwc.org in Craig if you are in need.  You will need the code to register with a scholarship.  Once you are accepted into the program more detailed information regarding safety protocols and child expectations will be sent to you.

Boys & Girls Club Fun includes: STEAM, Homework Help, Financial Literacy, Outdoor adventures, SPARK programs, Healthy habits, Mindful Art, Field Trips, running club and more fun!

We look forward to seeing you at the Club!

4th Quarter Information

Open for after school programming 3pm-6pm Monday-Friday for children age 6 – 5th grade.  Mary Brown Teen Center will have the same hours.  All afterschool programs will be free of  charge, however you must register prior to attending as our numbers are limited due to safety protocols.  Drop-ins will not be allowed

  Steamboat Club:

4th session March 22 – June 2

Closed Spring Break, April 19- 23

Closed Memorial Day, May 31

Craig Club:

4th Session March 22 – May 20

School Day Off Program Session 4: April 23 8am-6pm please register in advance to attend.

Closed: May 21-May 28 for summer staff training

Closed for Memorial Day, May 31

Click Here for 4th Quarter Registration

Club Locations

Craig: 1324 US-40, Craig, CO 81625

Mailing: PO Box 1251 Craig, CO 81626

Steamboat: 325 8th St, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Mailing: PO Box 776410 Steamboat Springs CO 80477

Healthy Bodies/Healthy Minds

UCHealth and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado have come together to offer a unique program that will touch over 300 of our Club members.  The Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds programming will help our youngest citizens develop wellness techniques to care equally for their mind and body for a lifetime.  The program will also teach youth how to engage in self-care and not look to self-medicate, preventing the use of substances.

The Club will create increased opportunities for active play, mindfulness, substance prevention programs and quality time with caring adult role models. Programs started in the teen center on October 1 and in the lower Club on October 19.  the programming will include:

  • SMART Moves (Skills, Mastery, and Resistance Training) is the primary prevention program along with Marijuana Education Initiative.

  • Mindfulness will be taught through 5 senses activities, “Spidey Sense” and Yoga.

  • Active play will include moderate to vigorous exercise in fun and engaging games that are age appropriate.

The Clubs will couple these direct programs with an overall Club Experience that gives youth a sense of belonging and usefulness where they can create relationships with caring adult role models.

Healthy Bodies and Healthy Minds is based on Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Healthy Lifestyles programming. Club staff benefits from learning best practices and having access to research through the national office. The Clubs are combining these programming resources with what staff sees as kids need in additional support and skills. As youth development professionals, staff have a good pulse on the needs of kids and families, creating a great partnership of best practices and local delivery.

We are here to serve you

 The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado provides a safe, positive place for kids in the Craig and Steamboat Springs communities. Our Clubs have full time, part time, and junior staff youth development professionals.  These professionals mentor, teach and play with the youth we serve. We offer programming after school,  school days off, and summer camps

At the Clubs, members are involved in educational and fun youth-developmental programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness and belonging–all qualities which will help them make the most of their lives and become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

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