Windsor Programs

Windsor Programs

The 2020 -21 Safe Arrival Program information is not open for registration yet as we are waiting to hear about if there will be restrictions on numbers of children we can allow. Thank you for your patience. Stay safe 

Our After School Program has a huge variety of activities for all children and youth JK - Grade 12. Ensuring safety to the Club assists the Parents with After School Care and eliminates opportunities for Bullying between the School and the Club. For more information contact the Club's Safe Arrival Line at 623-0354 ext. 152. Leave a message & someone will return your call as soon as possible. Click on your school below to access the permission forms.

Algonquin School students now have the opportunity to take the school bus to the Club everyday. You must get a form from us (or below) then bring it to the Club. The children have to make this their only stop after school each day. Parents can pick them up from school but would you please phone 623-0354 ext 152 to let us know they won't be attending that day. 

French Schools - St. Bernard, Ecole Gron Morgan, Franco-Superieur.  Parents must request the bussing change at the school.  The membership form and Bussing form can then be handed in to the Club with the start date that the bussing will begin. Registration began Aug 21st and THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL.

Note to St Pius X School Parents: We will only be registering kids weekly for the Safe Arrival Program now. Jk to Grade 4 students only. Grade 5 & 6 students can walk on their own and call their parents when they arrive at the Club. Please talk to the older members to walk along the sidewalk and not to cut through the yard. 


Homework Help is available everyday after school. We ask the members if they have homework but we do not make the children do it. If you want your child doing their homework please remind the members to ask us for help. 

On Wednesdays in October & November Frontier College will be here with tutors to help children in specific subjects. 

Get Outdoors Hiking Summer 2015

Experience what Northwestern Ontario has to offer through adventure, recreation and tourism. 

Girls Only 

 That's right guys, you're not allowed. We will be getting together to talk about what issues surround us as we grow up; including healthy eating, body image & self esteem. Plus, we will be creating some of those sweet threads you see in stores for less! 

Looney Spoons (Cooking)Cooking Kids

Learn easy, fun, new recipes you can create with what's in your cupboards when the stomach is grumbling! We have one class for the Kid Zone Members and one for the Youth Zone Members. On Teen Night we often cook up some meals or snacks with the members.

H.E.A.L (Grade 5 & up) 

Healthy Eating and Active Living - This program is in partnership with Anishnawbe Mushkiki. Great games and great meal ideas. 


Peer Mentoring Program, Leadership programs, sports nights, cooking, computers, skill development programs and of course time to relax in the Teen Lounge

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