Out of extreme caution, the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester will remain closed until further notice for regular programming.  As of Wednesday, April 1, 2020 we have opened to serve as an emergency childcare site for children of Northern Westchester Hospital personnel as they continue to work tirelessly through this crisis. We continue to offer daily virtual programming for members via our social media pages and act as a food distribution site. Thank you to our donors and partners who continue to support the Club as we do our best to support our members and the community. Please continue to check the website for informational updates.

It’s week 3 and we’re celebrating Spring Break virtually! We may not be able to travel, but we can still “Journey Around The World”. Follow the link below for a schedule of the week and a packet of fun activities. Stay tuned to our  FaceBook and Instagram pages every day after 12:00 pm for additional suggestions for how you can take a trip from the comfort and safety of home.

Virtual Spring Break Activity Packet

Follow the links below for  additional activities and resources.

Online Resources for All

Online Resources for Preschoolers

Preschool Parents – check out this weeks lesson plan from Ms. Ivana, all about Rainbows!

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GREAT FUTURES START HERE.

Over 750 kids come through our doors each day to learn, explore, grow, play, eat and BE GREAT. At your Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, kids ages 3 – 18 take part in vital programming through which they develop confidence, strong study habits, leadership skills, a sense of civic duty and long-lasting friendships. Through mentoring by Club staff and community volunteers, they learn how to be the best they can be!

Our Programs

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Early childhood education should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploration and discovery. Our staff follows a developmentally appropriate curriculum, nurturing and encouraging children’s creativity and desire to learn.  Geared towards kindergarten readiness for children ages 3-5, our program is also licensed by the Office of Children and Family Services.

BGCNW provides a safe, fun and educational place for children grades K-7 to come after school. The After School program provides homework help, a nutritious hot meal, daily physical activity, enrichments (art, STEM, dance, coding) as well as mentoring and guidance, to hundreds of children each day. 

Our teen programs promote and celebrate service to Club, community and family; academic performance; moral character; life goals; and poise and public speaking ability. The Youth of the Year program is a year-round tool for fostering young people’s character, personal growth and leadership qualities.

Summer Adventure Club is a fun-filled summer camp for children entering grades 1-9. Located at the Boys & Girls Club in the heart of Mt. Kisco, the camp offers onsite swimming (3x per week), sports, outdoor games, arts & crafts, digital arts, game room and dance. Camp includes special programming and events such as waterslides, petting zoo, Camp Olympics, day trips and more!

Water safety is critical for ALL children. Each year in the U.S. the #1 cause of accidental death for children under age 6 is drowning! BGCNW teaches over 1,000 children to be water safe each year. Since the Club opened in its doors in 1939, our Learn-to-Swim program has taught more than 50,000 local children how to swim and be safe in the water.  

The Marlins Swim Team is a high caliber team in the greater Metropolitan area. Winner of the Boys & Girls Club National Championships every year since 2000, they are a swimming force to be reckoned with.  The 12-month program produces high quality athletes and community leaders. Our dedicated Marlins coaches strive to help each swimmer reach his or her goal.

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