Our Club depends on volunteers to help us reach as many kids as possible. A core staff and more than 40 volunteers help us in running programs, fundraising events, robotics tournaments, and more.

Rental Information

Many parts of our facility are available to rent for parties, basketball games, and corporate or special events.

Juniors Program

We see our 8-12 year old Juniors as curious individuals full of potential. We encourage them to explore their interests through STEAM programs like robotics, Fine Arts, and Imagine Mars.

Bruce Lawrence Teen Center

Our teens are experiencing a formative time in their life. We help them grow as leaders by encouraging participation in unique STEAM programs like Aviation, Beekeeping, and CareerLaunch.


About Our Club

See how we help our members grow and become the citizens of tomorrow through quality, STEAM-focused programming developed to engage any interest.



Donations make up the majority of our funding, and our Club could not function without the generous donations of the people in our community, many of whom are individuals like you.

In the News

The Boys and Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster hosted the Geek Squad Academy at the club on Wednesday and Thursday, August 14 and 15, 2019. Geek Squad Academy is a no cost two day, hands-on technology program designed for youth ages 10-18. When attending, youth become "Junior Agents"  and get hands-on experience with some of the newest and coolest technology, with instructors from Best Buy and Geek Squad. This two day camp experience allowed students to explore technology like: coding. programming, film production/photography, 3D-design, digital music and digital citizenship. Some student created some 30 second stop action movies with Lego's during the academy. Helping the student work the camera is Anthony Rodriguez. From left listening to him is Semy Kim, 16, Alexiss Edmonds, 13, and Nicole Robinson, 15. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE/JOHN LOVE

Learning to succeed in the digital age with the Geek Squad at the B&G Club

The Sentinel & Enterprise

August 14, 2019


Chalk art comes to life at Central MA Science Festival

The Leominster Champion

April 15, 2019

The Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster held its 6th Annual Central MA Science Festival at the Clubhouse in Leominster on Saturday. This yearÕs festival featured a 3D street painting illusion. All week they had classes with Kurt Wenner to teach kids at the club how to make this type of art. They helped out with the creation of the piece on Saturday. 										   SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE/JOHN LOVE

This work of art really sticks out

The Sentinel and Enterprise

April 14, 2019

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Our goal is to provide a safe and fun place for kids to learn and play outside of school hours, leading us to create a list of great programs for our junior members. Below is a sample of some of the activities we have to offer.

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We keep the Teens busy with a variety of programs, including robotics, 3d printing, hikes, beekeeping, and frequent field trips.

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