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.
2017-2018 Membership Application (A new application is required for each member in September.)
2017-2018 Sibling Membership Application (For a second, third or additional child living in the same household as the first child.)
NEW IN 2017-2018. All members MUST attend orientation with a parent or guardian before being given a Club card. Please join us at one of our upcoming orientations!
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.
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.
Woburn Youth Council
The Woburn Youth Council (WYC) is a program designed to place young people in middle and high school in leadership roles to help address community needs. Under the guidance of AmeriCorps advisors, council members are able to participate in community service opportunities based on their interests. Members will earn volunteer hours for each meeting and service-learning event they attend and are eligible for service awards based on those hours. The WYC meets every Tuesday at the Club, from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Regular and consistent attendance is a crucial component to the council’s ability to fulfill its mission to serve the community and inspire young civic leaders.
For more information, please e-mail SCI Americorps Youth Leadership Coordinators Katie Sullivan or Hannah Perry. Or, download the 2017-2018 Woburn Youth Council Application and return to their attention.
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.
Questions or Concerns?
The drop-in program is managed by Meg Gambale, Clubhouse Program Director. Please contact Meg with any questions or concerns.