Youth & Teen Activities
Youth After School Experience
Get a head start on planning after school care for your middle-school student in the fall. Registration open now, only pay a $90 deposit for the full fall schedule! The remaining amount will be put on a payment plan to start paying later. Check it out here.
Trips take place Monday – Thursday during the summer! Check it out here.Fun in the Park
Join us for fun, games, crafts and friends every Friday during summer! Come as many or as few days as you would like. Look for the blue canopy for a fun activity. Don’t forget a sack lunch, plenty of water, and sunscreen. Parks rotate between E.B. Rains Jr. memorial Park, Northwest Open Space, and Hugh Danahy according to the schedule located below.
|20968001-01||7/2-8/11||9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.||$30|
|June 2||Hugh Danahy Park|
|June 9||E. B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park|
|June 16||Northwest Open Space|
|June 23||Hugh Danahy Park|
|June 30||E. B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park|
|July 7||Northwest Open Space|
|July 14||Hugh Danahy Park|
|July 21||E. B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park|
|July 28||Northwest Open Space|
|August 4||Hugh Danahy Park|
|August 11||E. B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park|
ABLE to Sail
ABLE to Sail is a summer youth empowerment camp that teaches the basics of sailing while utilizing metaphors that are aimed at directly and intentionally changing negative, self-defeating thought patterns and beliefs of limitation to an empowering mindset of ‘enoughness’ and possibility. Transportation is not provided. Drop-off and pick-up takes place at Union Reservoir in Longmont. For more information about the program, please visit abletosail.org. RSVP by the Friday before each camp week.
Classic Sailing Camp (M-Th) Ages 12-18
|20924014-01||6/5-6/8||10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.||$395||Union Reservoir|
LGBTQ+ Empowerment Camp (M-F) Ages 12-21
|20924014-02||7/10-7/14||10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.||$395||Union Reservoir|
CPR, First Aid & Babysitting
This course is designed for the preteen and helps them prepare for their first babysitting opportunities. Students learn routine child care duties and responsibilities including feeding, bathing and diapering. Basic child development activities for developmental stages will be covered. Also stressed will be home and fire safety, infant and child CPR, rescue breathing and choking procedures. Bring a sac lunch and water bottle. Refunds not offered to no-shows.
|20636002-01||6/3||9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.||$60R/$72NR||Poolside Classroom|
Pediatric CPR/First Aid
Pediatric health and safety training covering CPR, chocking and AED for infant, child and adult applications. First aid prevention and treatment for basic injury/illness, bleeding/shock management, fractures and sprains, burns, eye injuries, medical emergencies such as seizure, stroke and heart-related problems. Certification provided. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Refunds not offered to no-shows.
|20636001-01||7/29||9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.||$60R/$72NR||Poolside Classroom|
Youth & Teen Events
CHALK Art Walk Competition
Chalk art competition, food trucks, photobooth, and more! Check it out here.
Video Game Days
Have some fun playing local pick-up competitive games! Play on our PS5, xBox S, Nintendo Switch, or gaming laptops. Bringing your own login to your preferred consoles is encouraged.
|20921001-02||8/26||1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.||$5||Community Rooms|
Teen Night Out | Flick and Float
Enjoy a night out at the pool with a movie! First come, first serve for 60 participants. Bring a swimsuit and a towel. Drop-off starts at 6:45 p.m. and pick-up ends at 9:15 p.m. Movies will be rated PG-13. All Northglenn Recreation Center facility and aquatics age restrictions apply.
Movie for May 27 is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3!
|5/27||7:00 p.m.||FREE||Northglenn Recreation Center Indoor Pool|
|6/24||7:00 p.m.||FREE||Northglenn Recreation Center Indoor Pool|
|7/22||7:00 p.m.||FREE||Northglenn Recreation Center Indoor Pool|
|8/12||7:00 p.m.||FREE||Northglenn Recreation Center Indoor Pool|
Youth & Teen Volunteering
Leaders in Training
Teen Volunteers develop leadership, job training and mentorship skills through active service learning on a team. Volunteers will explore communication and conflict resolution techniques and develop personal goals. Due to limited space availability, this program is selective. Click here to learn more.
Connect with your community and volunteer! Teens will be able to give back to their community by helping at upcoming events. This volunteer program is not appropriate for teens needing to complete court-ordered community service.
|10923001-01||5/27||10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.||CHALK Art Walk Competition|
Other Youth & Teen Offerings
Looking for more? Activities open to youth and teens are also held in the arts, aquatics, fitness, and sports programs!
Arts & Culture Aquatics Fitness Sports