Main Clubhouse

Main Clubhouse

The drop-in program at the Main Clubhouse on Charles Gardner Lane is open during the school year, five days per week, from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Teenagers (eighth grade through twelfth grade) are welcome to stay until 9:00 p.m.

Boys and Girls Main Clubhouse

A membership to the Clubhouse program costs just $25.00 per year and there are so many great activities in which kids and teens can participate. Whether it is arts & crafts, soccer or ping pong, there is something for every young person at the Club! Each day offers an exciting schedule with choices at each hour.

The drop-in Clubhouse opens on Monday, September 16, 2019 for the 2019-2020 program year!   Registration information, including new member orientation & renewal days, can be found here! Applications and payment will only be available and processed during orientations & renewal times.  There is no walk-in registration for the Club’s drop-in program.  All current memberships expire on August 31, 2019 and members must have an active membership to begin attending the Clubhouse.

Check out the Fall 2019 schedule and flyer to see some of the exciting things happening at the Clubhouse!  This is only a sample of the fun programming happening, make sure to show up to get involved in more!

2019-2020 Clubhouse Calendar – please note this is subject to change and any updates will be add here.

Power Hour

Each afternoon the Club offers assistance with homework assignments. Mandatory quiet/homework time takes place five days per week until 3:30 p.m. Members are required to bring their homework or a book to read.

Club Cards

Each member will receive their own membership card. Members are required to bring their card and check in with the scanner at the entrance each time they visit the Club. Please read our Club Card Policy so that you clearly understand the expectations.

Personal Belongings

The Club is NOT responsible for members’ belongings. Please leave all valuables at home. Lockers are available for members to use. Members are required to bring their own locks.

Cell Phone Policy

Mobile phones and other electronics are not allowed to be used in the Clubhouse. To communicate with parents when necessary, members may borrow the telephone at the gamesroom counter. Or, they may excuse themselves from a program and use their cell phone at the gamesroom counter.

Service Learning Opportunities

The Club offers a wide variety of ways for youth & teen members to earn community service hours and give back to their Club & their community.  For more information on these opportunities for all ages click here!

2019-2020 Intrepid Keystone application for interested freshmen, sophomores & juinors:  2019-2020 Keystone Application

Questions or Concerns?

The drop-in program is managed by Kyle Cannon, Clubhouse Program Director. Please contact Kyle with any questions or concerns.

Clubhouse Boys