Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake: Lied Club | Kids Out and About Salt Lake City

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake: Lied Club

Address: 
464 South Concord Street
Salt Lake City , UT , 84104
Phone: 801.364.9118
40° 45' 33.282" N, 111° 55' 38.6112" W
Contact name: 
Carrie Francis
Ages for which our activities are most appropriate: 
Afterschool care, computer lab, career development, character development, gardening, arts programs, sports, recreation, field trips, and summer camp programs for kids and teens.
 
Computers - Career Development - Character & Leadership Development - Gardening -Arts - Sports - Recreation - Field Trips
 
School Year Program:
Juniors
Ages 8-12 
Monday-Thursday 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM 
Cost: $10/year
 
Teens
Ages 13-18 Monday-Friday 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM 
Cost $10/year

Transportation is offered from Meadowlark Elementary and Glendale 
Middle School.

Kids Cafe
Members can enjoy a FREE hot cooked dinner served Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings.

Summer Program:
JUNIORS
3rd grade through 6th grades
Monday – Friday
10:30 am to 6:00 pm
Cost: $10.00 per year membership fee
Join staff and walk to Sherwood Park @ 11:00 am for supervised outdoor activities and lunch (provided by Salt Lake City School District).  Tuesday and Thursday snack is served at 5:00 pm.

Our engaging and fun activities include: Fieldtrips (cost extra), Sports in our gym or at the park, Prevention Programs, Games Room Tournaments, Computers, Cooking Club, Gardening, Arts, Youth Leadership Opportunities, etc.


TEENS
Ages 13-18
Monday – Friday
10:30 am to 6:00 pm
Cost: $10.00 per year membership fee
Tuesday and Thursday snack is served at 5:00 pm.
 
Kids Cafe:
Members can enjoy a FREE hot cooked dinner served Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings.

At the Lied Teen Center you can play pool, foosball, ping pong, and more in our large games room, release the artist within in our fine arts, photography, and music programs, or just kick back in the teen lounge by watching movies, playing video games, or just finding a comfy spot to read.

Study for the SAT and ACT or learn how to write a resume for college or a job in our computer lab. If you don’t feel like studying you can mix music, play games, and more.

At The Club teens not only learn how to make awesome meals in our huge kitchen, they also have opportunities to learn how to grow their own food through our community garden partnerships.

The Club also provides leadership opportunities in our Youth Leadership programs: Keystone Club and Leaders in Training.
 
Science, Technology/Computers, Exercise & Health, Soccer, Hands-on, Arts and Crafts, Cooking, Sports, Basketball, Soccer

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