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Our Programs

The Boys & Girls Club of Farmington has a lineup of tested and proven programs that address today’s most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life.

Sports

Join to Play Sports

Our Club has a great sports legacy in Farmington, including basketball and volleyball. Currently, due to the COVID restrictions, all sports actives are on hold.

Programs

Participate in Programs

Have a blast with us After-School, on non-school days and some holidays, during Spring Break or Summer with our Team at the Club! As of now, the programs are free to eligible members. Please contact the Club for more information.

Project Learn

Project Learn reinforces the academic enrichment and school engagement of young people during the time they spend at the Club. Through Project Learn, Club staff use all the areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for these high-yield learning activities, which include leisure reading, writing activities, discussions with knowledgeable adults, helping others, homework help, tutoring, and games (such as Scrabble), that develop young people’s cognitive skills.

Power Hour

Project Learn reinforces the academic enrichment and school engagement of young people during the time they spend at the Club. Through Project Learn, Club staff use all the areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for these high-yield learning activities, which include leisure reading, writing activities, discussions with knowledgeable adults, helping others, homework help, tutoring, and games (such as Scrabble), that develop young people’s cognitive skills.

Money Matters

Money Matters promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13 to 18. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, create a budget, save and invest, start small businesses, and pay for college.

Summer Brain Gain

Summer Brain Gain is a fun, educational program that aims to prevent summer learning loss and keep kids on track for the coming school year. The program is comprised of 17 one-week modules with themed activities for elementary school, middle school, and high school students. Each module takes a project-based learning approach; youth engage in a process of learning through discovery, creative expression, group work, and a final project or production.