Thursdays - Urban Skillz (14-19) (7-9:30) -Graffiti program
We recognize that some youth may be better suited in a specific age category regardless of their age, and as such, staff will have the discretion to determine which group they should attend, based on youth’s individual behavior.
We are located at 1405-8th Ave N. Lethbridge (at the Boys & Girls Club)
This program is a ‘drop in’ program, which means that you don’t need to sign up. You can just come when you want (between the hours of 6:30pm and 9:30pm) on the days available for your age group.
The MAT is FREE, so come out and enjoy some fun opportunities at no cost to you!
We offer a variety of things to do (floor hockey, basketball, Wii, movies, board games, cooking, etc.) We also offer various workshops and youth leadership opportunities.
We encourage you to let us know what you want to do so we can try our best to make it happen. After all, this program is for YOU!
****Some days, we will be going off site to do activities out in the community (swimming, bowling, mini golf etc, go karts, etc). These activities are optional. If you want to take part, you will need to be at the club at 6:30pm sharp. For those who do not want to go, the club will still be open for our regular drop in activities.
If you are between the ages of 14-18, and would like to become involved in our KEYSTONE Leadership group, please see the KEYSTONE section on this website.
April 7, 2014 National Volunteer Week A GIANT thank you to all our volunteers who work with us to support children and youth in our community. Click here to learn more about how volunteers make a difference at the Club and how you can too!
March 26, 2014 Fire Fighters Bring Smiles to the Club We had a wonderful visit with Brent Nunweiler from the Lethbridge Fire Fighters Charities Association today. There group is always actively fundraising to make a difference in our community and the Boys & Girls Club of Lethbridge was selected to benefit from their great work.
March 24, 2014 Big League Partnership for our Club The Toronto Blue Jays, through Jays Care Foundation, are supporting Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) to establish safe, fun, active and engaging baseball programming for children, ages 5-13, living in under-resourced communities.
February 26, 2014 Rock the Job Hunt Make a rad resume and rock your interview - get the job you want!