The Van Buren Summer Program is at capacity. You may call the Club and be placed on a waiting list 479-474-9401.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Van Buren offers an After School & Summer Program for ages 6-18 between the hours of 2:30-6:30 for afterschool, when school is in session, and 8am-6pm, Mon.-Fri. for summer or school holidays. There is a $25 per semester registration fee and a $25 per month fee for the afterschool program. All day program during school holidays are $5 per day. The summer program is $100 for eight weeks. Grants for in part or full fees are available for TANF families and those guardians who serve in the military. Please ask for an application before registering.
The Boys & Girls Club of Cedarville offers an After School & Summer Program for ages 6-18 between the hours of 4:30-6:30 Mon.-Fri. for afterschool, and 7:30-5:30 Mon.-Thurs. in the summer. Members may attend the Van Buren Club site on Friday at no charge.
We have 8 unique program areas including Learning Centers, Games Rooms, An Art Room, Technology Center, STEM Lab, & A Full Size Gymnasium.· We offer nationally recognized BGC Clubs Programs with something available for all ages.
Registration for the after school program begins on July 1st for the fall session and December 1st for the spring session.
Registration for the summer program begins on April 1st.
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All Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Van Buren After School & Summer Program receive Breakfast and or Lunch/Evening Meal, and a Snack as part of the State of Arkansas CACFP/SFSP Program
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