Montague Youth Night

Montague Youth Night – Drop-in Program is a semi-structured, youth-focused and youth-led program that provides free life skills development for youth between the ages of 12-16 and offers youth an opportunity to engage with their peers in a safe and supportive space. Youth participate in cooking, art projects, sports & fitness, digital literacy and volunteer activities in the community such as food bank drives and roadside clean up.


Tuesdays & Thursdays 6pm-8pm at 37 Wood Island Rd. Montague  All programs are free of charge.


What the Youth Say

Program Sponsor

Latest Happenings


End of Year Celebration – June 20 & 22, 2017

“Hey, I’m Dylan. I’m in Grade 7. It’s my first night here. Tonight we ate pizza and treats and watched a movie to celebrate the end of the school year.”


Obstacle Courses – June 15, 2017

“Hi, I’m Jack and I’m 15 years old. I liked the burgers and salad tonight. I thought the obstacle course was fun, especially because I came in first place. We had fun with the new staff Michelle. I’m looking forward to the End of the Year barbecue next week. I’m hoping there will be barbecue sauce!!”

– Jack, Age 15

Baseball – May 30, 2017

“Hi I’m Jack! Tonight we ate quesadillas and they were really good, and we played out back. My friend, Noah, joined tonight and it was a lot of fun having him here. To finish off the night, we enjoyed a game of golf on the Wii”.

-Jack, 15

Tie Dye Night – May 25, 2017

Garbage Clean Up – May 16, 2017

“Hello. My name is Isaac, I am 12 years old, turning 13 in two months, July 1st. Today, we did roadside cleanup. And then it started to rain, we pushed through it! I felt great about picking up garbage. We ate icecream after.”

– Isaac, Age 12

Make your own Sushi & Outside Play – April 27, 2017

“My name is Jaden MacDonald, I am 13 years old. My review of tonight is that it was really amazing. We were mostly outside because we really wanted to be. I planned to have sushi, but didn’t, since there was vinegar in the rice. I stayed until 9 because I haven’t had the chance in a long time, because it is not a school night. I really love the boys and girls club. I haven’t been here since March because I had a broken arm. I had to get caught up on what was going on. Luckily I am all caught up now! It was easier than catching up on my school work! Since I didn’t like the sushi, Jenna made me spaghetti instead! In conclusion, this was probably one of my best nights at the boys and girls club.”

-Jaden, Age 13

Bingo – April 6, 2017

“Hi my name is Ayden, I am 12 years old. Tonight we played bingo and we all won three prizes! We all had fun and we all enjoyed our night. We had rice and vegetables for supper. We all enjoyed it. I had fun and I enjoy coming to the boys and girls club. We all play fair and are thoughtful to eachother. We can all enjoy being safe, and being in an environment that we feel safe when we are at the boys and girls club. Thank you for having us tonight on April 6th 2017. Thanks for everything tonight!”

-Ayden, Age 12

DIY Phone Projectors – March 30, 2017

“Hi, how are ya? My name Isaac and I’m 12 years old. Tonight we ate falafels. It was my first time eating them. They were “lit” (amazing). We tried to make projectors for our phones but mine didn’t work out. I had fun anyway. We played the Wii too.”

– Isaac, Age 12

DIY Felt Pillows – March 9, 2017

Hello folks, Al here live at the Boys and Girls Club. Tonight on the menu was Butter Chicken with rice and naan. And we made really artsy pillows. I come here to socialize with friends I have met here and to learn new things. I’m looking forward to Career blast-off (Career Launch) on Tuesday. That’s all for tonight folks!

– Al

Slime and Waffles – March 2, 2017

“Hi, my name is Jack and I’m 14 years old. I am dedicated to coming to the Boys and Girls Club. I rolled my ancle today and came anyway with crutches. I didn’t know what we were going to do tonight. There was ten of us tonight. We had fun making slime. The supper was delicious breakfast waffles. To finish off the night we played with our slime and played the Wii. P.S. My slime was the best!”

-Jack, Age 14

Friendship Bracelets and Greek Quinoa – February 28, 2017

“Hi, my name is Eric. I’m 12 years old and I like to come to Boys and Girls Club to meet up with my friends and socialize. I also like the activities and like to try new foods. We also learn to cook different things. Tonight we had quinoa salad, made friendship bracelets, and played the Wii.”

-Eric, Age 12

Board Games and Baked Potatoes – February 21, 2017

“Hi my name is Skylar, I’m 13. I come to boys and girls club frequently and each time it was so much fun today. We ate baked potatoes and played board games. I especially love when we get to stay until nine. Playing the Wii can get pretty competitive but it’s also really fun, and the food is amazing. The best part is laughing with your friends. I’m glad I had the opportunity to come to the boys and girls club every Tuesday and Thursday. My opinion on what we did today would be it was really fun and I’d rather be here then at home.”

– Skylar, Age 13

DIY Bath Bombs – February 7, 2017

“Tonight all of us at the teen drop-in. Tonight we had taco things and we made bath-bombs this was probably the best teen drop-in for me yet!! One highlight on the night was the fact if we had a rough day, both of the chaperones will listen if you need to talk at all. The second highlight of the night was the fun of making the bath-bombs. To be honest making the bath-bombs was the bomb. Yeah sorry bad pun but that’s what I do, so all in all this night was EPIC!!!! Very happy that I came tonight.”

-Erika Autumn, Age 13