277 Cumberland Avenue
Portland, Maine 04101
The Portland Clubhouse has offered after-school programs for children ages 7-18 since 1909. The Clubhouse provides a safe environment for youth to spend their out of school time.
With an annual membership to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine, members can enjoy the learning center for homework assistance, the art room to be creative, get active in the Club's gymnasium, cool off in the swimming pool and enjoy a nutritious snack or meal every day.
After School Programs
Monday - Friday: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This will be the first year of Making Mondays Matter. The Clubhouse will be open on Mondays to offer programs each day after school. Saturdays will be open periodically for extracurricular programs only.
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Check out What We Do
Check out the Club & Activities Schedule
$5 per year
How to Register
Please complete a membership application and return it to the Portland Clubhouse.
All members will attend orientation at the Club.
Teen Center After School
The Teen Center is a safe haven for teens – a positive place where kids can learn, exercise, have fun and spend time with friends. From 3
, teen members can engage in an array of exciting activities, just for teens.
The Fitness Room includes state-of-the-art exercise equipment. There is a Gamesroom and lounge that together, serve as a hub for member interaction. Teens play pool, watch television together, or just hang out. Also available are a gymnasium and pool, homework room and computer lab. Homework assistance is offered during Power Hour, regularly scheduled homework assistance.
The Club’s four-lane swimming pool is a center of activity for members of all ages. Locker rooms for boys and girls are adjacent to the pool.
Historically one of the mainstays of Boys & Girls Clubs across the country, over 550 youth participate in our Club’s Basketball League. The league serves the surrounding communities and is primarily comprised of city youth. Our members learn skills, practice good sportsmanship and have fun. For more information, contact Jake Myrick.
Bumper pool, billiards, ping pong, table hockey, foosball and other games and tournaments improve motor skills, teach structure through rules and regulations as well as foster good sportsmanship and fair play.