As the temperature is cooling, our members are looking for fun filled indoor activities.  We are excited to feed their needs and give them what they are after. Our Winter programs will appeal to the masses. Read our program descriptions below and check out our Winter Program planner for more information.

Myth Busters: Programs that expose members to the scientific method, performing experiments, learning about their surroundings, science-based games/trivia.

Master Chef: Our cooking club teaches kitchen safety, basic equipment skills, the art of seasoning, understanding and following recipes, food handling, menu design, shopping lists and many other essential skills for successful, nutritious and safe cooking. During the fall and winter season our members will have the opportunity to make and enjoy foods specific to the season.

Triple Play: Contains three components

Mind: Healthy Habits The central themes of good nutrition, regular health care and improving overall well being are emphasized.

Body: Sports/Fitness Members will engage in numerous physical activities that will help promote a healthier lifestyle, while teaching them the basic principles of team work.

Soul: Social Recreation Club Youth will be able to develop and sustain positive relationships with others, acquire a healthy concept and a strong belief in their own self-worth and cope well with positive and adverse situations.

Fun with Food: Do your parents ever tell you not to play with your food? Well now with fun with food you can! We’ll make edible clays, gram cracker houses and so much more. Who knew art could taste this good.

Clay Tech: Members work in groups to create clay characters and story boards, and then they film and edit their own movies. Clay tech exposes club members to the art and science involved in creating animation and introduces them to a variety of career options of which they may be unaware.

Performing Arts: Improv and Drama activities that will encourage youth to get out of their comfort zones and explore what performing has to offer. Examples: Plays, short skits, re- creating fables and short stories, singing, dancing, costume play etc…

Photo Club: Offering a space of exchange and interaction between photographers. Members will have the opportunity to learn the basic principles of photography. Members will be exposed to programs like photo shop and learn how to edit photos. At the end of the program members will be able to take the photo art home.

Hockey: Members will focus on the basic principles of indoor hockey like drills, formations and teamwork. At the end of the program members will have a chance to compete against one another in as head to head challenge.

For more information contact The Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe at, 530-542-0838 or stop by @ 1100 Lyons Avenue.

Happy Holidays From ALL of us at The Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe