Berlin Youth Club
The Berlin Youth Club is a program designed to offer meaningful cultural, educational, and wellness experiences to children during out of school time in the Town of Berlin.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please call Melanie Windsor, Berlin Youth Coordinator, at 410-641-4598 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Create Like the Masters" Art Program
In coordination with
the Second Friday Berlin Art Stroll, The Berlin Youth Club will be offering a
new art program, “Create Like the Masters”, the second Friday of each month
from 5:00p-6:30p in The Ray at Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services.
The program is open to children ages 3-12, however parental supervision is
suggested for children under the age of 5. The program will be held as a “drop
in” format, however if you know a child will be coming it would be helpful to
know in advance as a way to prepare materials and snack.
The Berlin Youth Club Takes Pride in Berlin!
On April 20th, several members of the Berlin
Youth Club participated in the “Take Pride in Berlin” event, cleaning up
William Henry Park. The kids helped weed and mulch shrubs and trees found in
the park, and were joined by Youth Project Coordinator, Melanie Windsor, and
Berlin Town Council Member, Lisa Hall.
Berlin Youth Club Lends a Hand with Reading Garden
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The Berlin Youth Club offers to maintain a new "Reading Garden" each season located at the Berlin Head Start. To view pictures of the reading garden, please click here.
Safety Training For Kids With Deputy Trotter
The Safety Training was a great success! Over 30 people came to join us with Deputy Trotter to learn about internet safety, stranger danger, and other various important safety skills.We would like to thank Deputy Trotter for his time and expertise, and to Chipotle in West Ocean City for donating the food for the event.
"Create Like The Masters" Grecian Night!
The Berlin Youth Club held an arts and crafts night on
Friday, March 8th, during the Berlin Art Stroll. The theme,
Greek art, focused on pottery and sculpture techniques for
children. Children used homemade clay to sculpt, made Greek theater masks
and painted ceramic coasters. The program is free and offered in The Ray
Community Room at Worcester Youth and Family’s Main Street location during
Berlin’s monthly art strolls . Pictured is artist, Savannah, creating her
Grecian masterpiece. The next children’s art’s night will be held on
April 12th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm with the theme being Monet. For more
information about the Berlin Youth Club and upcoming activities, call
The Berlin Youth Club Goes Global!
Last night, the Berlin Youth Club went to see the Harlem Globe Trotters! The kids had an awesome time watching the team play basketball, dance, and do tricks!