All programs run with the Four Cornerstones of child development.
With child obesity reaching epidemic proportions, the need for physical recreation opportunities for children has never been greater. Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada understand the critical role that physical recreation and nutrition play in the life-long health of Canadian boys and girls. Clubs encourage daily physical activity through a variety of programs, from team sports, ballet and karate, to rock climbing and outdoor adventure, as well as cooking classes, healthy lifestyle and nutrition education. Club programs also focus on other areas important to children's safety and health such as substance abuse prevention, conflict resolution and more.
Boys and Girls Clubs provide a place of belonging for young people to feel accepted and supported to develop and express themselves. Whether it be through music and the arts, outdoor adventures or community leadership, our clubs provide a wealth of opportunities and experiences that develop confidence and skills for life.
For today's children, a good education is critical to finding work, achieving financial security and being able to contribute to society as adults. Through access to computers and technology training, tutoring and academic support programs, and employment training, clubs give young people opportunities to strengthen and acquire new academic skills, test their abilities and enhance career readiness, as well as develop a thirst for life-long learning.
Boys and Girls Clubs work to establish programs that strengthen children, families and community. Family and parent support programs, meal programs for hungry children, emergency services to youth on the street and working with young offenders to get them back on the right track are just a few of the programs clubs provide in this area.
Please call to register... 403-933-4066.
Summer Camps run in Black Diamond/Turner Valley, High River and Nanton.
Please contact your local club for registration, each club has a specific program in place for summer and themes vary between clubs. Summer Camp is $125.00/Week or $30.00/Day Drop In.
The Before & After School Programs runs five days a week, including PD Days. The Black Diamond & Turner Valley Before & After School Program is located at the Black Diamond Arena, upstairs.
The After School Program runs five days a week, including PD Days. The Nanton After School Program is located west of and behind both schools in Nanton.
Please visit the contact us page for location and contact information.
Preschool is now offered in Nanton and Black Diamond.
Kindercare is childcare for children enrolled in Kindergarten. The cost is $500.00/month and it is offered in High River and Black Diamond. High River Serving HSA, Joe Clark and Spitzee Schools. Black Diamond servicing Turner Valley School and CIM.