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- Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville Programs
- Boys & Girls Club Community Center
- Build & Grow: Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville dedicates new facility
- Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville
Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville Programs
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The Community Center opens its doors to all athletes. This multi-purpose sports facility hosts our athletic programs. Must Be a Member to attend open gym. Parents must have a current background check on file to attend. Please check the calendar for dates that open gym may be canceled due to tournament play. President's Day, Spring Break, etc.
Our Club offers your child or teen a place to learn and grow as an individual through after-school and summer enrichment programs. Your child will build character, intelligence, confidence and beneficial life skills as they participate in our programs. For more information on these programs please contact us by calling We offer a Cooking Classes for all ages! Classes teach safety in the kitchen and the basics of cooking.
Boys & Girls Club Community Center
BGCN club kids look on at the Feb. The new club at Conner St., Attention Club Families! What's your favorite local pizzeria that you'd love to see at the post-race pizza party after the Eat My Crust 5K?
Build & Grow: Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville dedicates new facility
Serving youth from kindergarten to 12th grade, the BGCN provides positive and engaging programs that enrich the lives of a diverse group of members. No one was turned away because they could not pay the membership fee. If you're ready to join the club please see our membership application button below or contact us at The change comes as Noblesville Schools, who has provided free transportation, drivers and childcare from their schools to the Club for many years, is no longer able to continue the same level of support due to bus routing times with their new adjusted school day. BGCN and Noblesville Schools leadership have been working on the transition since early last year when the adjusted school day was first announced. Our board has committed to providing the service this school year, but we must identify additional long-term funding or transportation may be at risk going forward.
Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville