Kirkland Parent's Night Out Download the Flyer Drop off your kids and enjoy a relaxing night out! Kids will play gym games, do crafts, and watch a movie. Dinner will be provided. Menu: Spaghetti & Salad with Dessert When: Friday, February 7 & Friday, February 28th 6:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. Where: Kirkland Boys & Girls Club, 10805 124th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033 Cost: $20 for first child, + $5 for each additional child (Cash only) Admission
Youth of the Quarter is a wonderful opportunity to recognize outstanding Club teens and come together for a night of good food and community building.
At summer camp, Club kids go on field trips, play games, explore their curiosities, and develop leadership skills. Join Shravya, a camper at the Kirkland Club for a day at Harry Potter-themed Art Camp!
Kirkland community service groups raise $500 for families in Malibu, CA affected by wildfires through running Club events!
Congrats to our 2019 Jr. Youth of the Year! These outstanding elementary and middle schoolers are truly amazing!
Join us in celebrating these staff all-stars who provide consistent and thoughtful support for young people at our Clubs!
In Kirkland's STEAM program, kids experience the connection between academic lessons and real world applications with tailored programming to their interests.
GiveBIG is an online giving event to raise funds for nonprofit organizations serving Greater Seattle. Learn why GiveBIG helps people throughout our community!
Three cheers for the Kirkland kindergarteners, first graders, and second graders! After months of reading side by side every Wednesday, the Reading Buddies members earned a Root Beer Float Party! In an effort to nurture reading engagement and skills in younger Club members, the Kirkland Club began a weekly reading club in September called Reading Buddies. Each week, members would pair up and read parts of their favorite books to each other. Using a giant poster of a gumball machine
By learning skills to manage emotions, set goals, establish relationships, and make responsible decisions, kids are more likely to thrive in school and life.