1755 Piute, 773-2564
Mon – Fri, 6:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(School out of session) 1 – 6 p.m.
The Air Forces Services Center Child and Youth Programs is excited to announce residential camp opportunities for summer of 2023! The application period for the 2023 Space Camps and Teen Leadership Camp is now open!!
Completed applications must be submitted by a parent or guardian NLT 1 June 2023, through the DAF Camps workflow box at: AFSVC.SVPY.Camps@us.af.mil
Detailed information for both DAF-sponsored camps is located at:
Session 1: 23-28 July 2023 – Huntsville, AL
Session 2: 30 July – 4 August 2023 – Huntsville, AL
Teen Leadership Camp:
Session 1: 8-13 August 2023 – Estes Park, CO
All completed applications must be submitted by 1 June 2023 – selections will be announced no later than 30 June 2023.Please reach out to the POC with any questions:
Mr. Kevin Hansen: 210-816-1937
Registration for Youth Programs Camps, Trips, Sports, Youth Annex Memberships and School Age Care are now through the Child Youth Programs Business Modernization System (CYPBMS). Call Youth Center for details – 773-2564
June 12 – 15
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., Ages 9 – 12
1 – 4 p.m., Ages 13 – 18
Explore a variety of scientific experiments, discoveries and disciplines, discover, and hypothesize scientific methods, critical thinking, and teamwork. Robotics, astronomy, electricity, geology and more.
June 25, 9 a.m – 1:30 p.m.
Curt Gowdy Nature Hike
Cost: $10 members, $15 nonmembers
Get out into the great outdoors with the Youth Annex as we hike the trails at Curt Gowdy National Park. Youth should bring a water bottle, hat, and sunscreen as they hike around 3.5 miles of the park. Picnic lunch will be provided. Departure and pick-up at the Youth Annex.
July 22, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Cost: $15 members, $20 nonmembers
Join us as we visit the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Explore the new exhibit: “After the Asteroid,” a newly discovered trove of remarkably preserved fossils found at Corral Bluffs near Colorado Springs. Departure and pick-up at the Youth Annex. Bring money for lunch/souvenirs.
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School Age Care Program Registration Request care at www.militarychildcare.com. The Before and After School Care and Summer Care is a fun and safe environment for ages 5 – 12. Transportation provided from Freedom, Pioneer Park, and Deming/Miller Elementary. Call for rates and availability!
WANTED: YOUTH SPORTS COACHES
We need coaches for soccer, basketball, baseball, T-ball, flag football, tennis and golf Volunteer early to get all paperwork, including background check completed by the time seasons would normally begin.
Youth Programs Annex Have you given thought to your child going to college? The Youth Annex Program can assist your child in finding their path to the future. The Youth Annex Program provides a safe, secure, fun environment after school and during special events. As an affiliate of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and through their core curriculum, we provide activities to help youth develop a sense of belonging, competence, and influence. This facility is for youth ages 9-18. Cost $120.00 annually.
Youth Programs, located at the Youth Center, 1755 Piute Drive includes an accredited Before and After School and Summer Day Camp for ages 5-12, an Open Recreation Program for ages 9-12 and 13-18 on weekdays, and a diverse Sports Program.
The Before and After School and Summer Day Camp Programs offer a variety of social and instructional activities in a state-of-the-art center. As a Council on Accreditation accredited program, we place the highest priority on each child’s health, safety, social development, and academic support in our School Age program. Children can work with computers, do homework, and participate in organized activities. Youth are offered a chance to explore new places and ideas, develop new skills, build friendships, and have fun!
The Youth Annex, located at 6205 Randall Ave., serves ages 9-18. Activities and special events include movie critics club, karaoke, community service projects, lock-ins, contests, fine arts programs and a pleasant environment for hanging out with friends. Field trips and special camps such as dance, music, and movie making expand the horizons of our teens.
The Boys and Girls Club of America affiliation offers opportunities for exploring new interests; building leadership skills; support for academic success; recognition through Youth of the Year program; fine arts projects; life skills, and service to the community through Torch Club and Keystone Club.