Gardner Boys & Girls Club


News and Events

About the Gardner Clubhouse

 

Location:

Gardner High School
297 Catherine St.
Gardner, MA 01440

September-June:
2:00 to 6:00pm daily
Open to grades 4-8

Membership Fee: $30 per month (Financial Assistance available)

The school year will be here before you know it, sign up for after school STEAM programs today!

Donata Martin
BGCFL Executive Director
DMartin@bgcfl.org
(978) 534-8358 x15

thank-you-volunteer-clip-art-hands-clip-art1We love our volunteers! Click the link below for a volunteer application, and return to Kelly Hartnett at khartnett@bgcfl.org or return the Leominster Club at 365 Lindell Avenue in Leominster.

Gardner Volunteer Application

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The Gardner Boys & Girls Club will be holding a $50/week Summer Blast program from July 1st-August 9th.  The Program is open to youth ages 8-12 Monday thru Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM, with breakfast and lunch included!  Early Arrival/Extended Day (8:00AM-6:00PM) available per week for only an additional $25! Join us for 6 weeks of summer fun with a wide range of activities from science, sports, arts and crafts, Camp Collier and more!

Sign up today!

Gardner Summer Blast 2019

Gardner Summer Blast 2019 Spanish

Daniel Asquino

President Emeritus, MWCC

Alberta Bell

Community Volunteer

Patti Bergstrom

Owner, Velvet Goose

Winfield Brown

President & CEO Heywood Hospital 

Jaclyn Budwick

Owner, Gardner Ten Pins

Jay Drake

Royal Steam Heat

Neil Erickson

Retired Police Chief

James Fletcher

WJ Graves Construction

James Garrison

Community Volunteer

Mark Hawke

Honorable Mayor of Gardner

Luke Lachance

Community Volunteer 

Mark Pellegrino

Superintendent, Gardner Public School

Ken Tomasetti

President & CEO of ACT, INC.

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Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster Gardner Clubhouse  was started in November of 2015 as a pilot program launched by the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster. The Club takes place every day after school at the Gardner High School and hosts up to 50 children.

Like the Fitchburg and Leominster Club, the focus of the Club is STEAM, science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.