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Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. Summer Fun Club

Asylum Hill Boys & Girls Club, 170 Sigourney Street, Hartford, CT 06105 South End Boys & Girls Club, 129 Ledyard Street, Hartford, CT 06114 Southwest Boys & Girls Club, One Chandler Street, Hartford, CT 06106 Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford at Trinity College, 1500 Broad Street, Hartford, CT 06106


  • Academic Enrichment
  • Art
  • Computers
  • Crafts
  • Educational Activities
  • Field Trips
  • Fitness
  • Games
  • Health and Wellness
  • Social Programming
  • Sports/Athletics

Ages Served:

6–18 years old

Areas Served:

East Hartford, Hartford

Program Length:

7 weeks

Start Date:

June 24, 2024

End Date:

August 9, 2024

Hours of Operation:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


$500 - $1000

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford Summer Fun Club members do not have transportation provided. However, the Clubs are strategically situated throughout the City of Hartford and are accessible via CT Transit bus lines. Additionally, the organization manages a fleet of vehicles to facilitate transportation to and from local partnerships and field trips.

To Register:

Check out website at https://www.bgchartford.org/membership/summerattheclubs/ for more information

For more information contact,

Email: [email protected]

Asylum Hill Boys & Girls Club
170 Sigourney St
Htfd, CT 06105
Amy Burgor, Membership & Data Specialist

South End Boys & Girls Club
129 Ledyard St
Htfd, CT 06114
Lyann Garcia, Membership & Data Specialist

Southwest Boys & Girls Club
One Chandler St
Htfd, CT 06106
Lourdes Carrasco, Club Director

Trinity College Boys & Girls Club
1500 Broad St
Htfd, CT 06106
Tee Grant, Membership & Data Specialist

More about our camp:

Summer Fun Club program at Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford (BGCH) provides a structured and safe summer program for children between the ages of 6-13 at our Club sites throughout the City of Hartford. Our Summer Fun Club provides a comprehensive experience that will enable and empower youth participants to discover and develop their individual intellectual, social, and physical potential, as well as expose them to communal responsibilities. There will be significant focus on academic success and achievement, aiming to limit learning loss for these youth during the summer months. BGCH focuses all of its programs around three priority outcomes: Academic Success, Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. The uniqueness of the summer program lies in the positive and close relationships that are formed and maintained between staff, families, and youth. Staff and volunteers who are encouraging, nurturing role models are the heart of the program and the key to its success. A partnership among staff, parents, and teachers helps to foster learning and provides an enriched support network for members, making BGCH uniquely positioned to best serve our youth.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford’s 7-week Summer Fun Club has no attendance requirements. While there is no mandatory attendance, the Club strongly encourages youth to participate as frequently as possible to mitigate the risk of summer learning loss. The more consistent attendance, the greater the opportunity for the youth to benefit from the diverse range of activities and learning experiences offered during the program.