The Summer 2018 Burns Street Kids Club is currently being planned.
For an idea of what we might be up to this year, check out last summer’s special programming schedule! Take a look by clicking right here!
Feel free to get ahead of the game and fill out a KIDS CLUB REGISTRATION FORM 2017
As always, we will have free snacks and dinners for school-aged kids all summer! We love our program partners: Missoula Food Bank, The Roxy Film Academy, Missoula Parks and Recreation, the Zootown Arts Community Center, Garden City Harvest, Montana Natural History Center, and Animal Wonders!
When is Kids Club?
3 – 6 pm Mondays – Thursdays while school is out of session during the summer.
In and around 1500 Burns Street.
How do I sign up?
Just show up during operating hours, and we’ll get you signed up! Feel free to call Hermina at 829-0873 with any questions!
Through our partnership with the Missoula Food Bank, Kids Club participants get healthy snacks during program hours. On Thursdays, there are backpacks full of food available to take home for the weekend, including a weekly local veggie bag provided by local farmers.
FREE DINNER was a completely new and exciting part of our programming last summer! The dinners include sandwiches, milk, and fruits and vegetables! Our fruits and vegetables come from:
Each summer is jam-packed with activities for participating kids. Here’s a glimpse of the 2017 program fun:
- Animal Wonders days
- ZACC Art classes
- Outdoor Sports
- Walks to the Splash Deck at Lowell
- Field Trips to the Moon-Randolph Homestead (Thanks to Missoula Parks and Rec for transportation!!!)
- A visit from the Montana Natural History Center
- A planting project with Garden City Harvest
The Burns Street Kids Club serves the neighborhood as a drop-in center – participants are allowed to come and go from the Center under their own power, unless their guardian makes more specific arrangements with us.
A big thank you to for providing financial support!
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana, the Providence Center Foundation, US Bank Play Grant, the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, Walmart Community Grant Program, and the Foundation for Community Health.