The Marysville Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit organization established in 2009, we pride ourselves in being a positive place for kids. The Club’s goals are to provide a safe, fun and positive environment for youth. We offer before and after school programs to assist youth, first to twelfth grade in developing self-esteem, values and skills. We focus on areas in character and leadership, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts, sports, and fitness and recreation.
- 1010 Beach Ave
- Marysville, WA 98270
- Phone: 360-659-2576
- Fax: 360-659-4483
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Hours of Operation
Drop-in club hours: Mon-Fri: 2:30pm-6:00pm
Early release & non-school days: 12:30pm-5:00pm
Licensed Before & After School Childcare Program: 6:00am-6:30pm
Summer Hours Drop-in 11:00pm-5:00pm
Marysville Facility Rental Agreement
Club Events and Activities
Find out what’s happening at the Club on the Marysville Club Calendar.
Join us for a fun filled summer of activities and field trips. Each day will be filled with fun activities like art projects, games, walking trips and much more. Also each week we will be going on some amazing field trips. We will visit the Woodland Park Zoo, the Arlington Fly In, take in a Seattle Storm game and other great trips. Cost is only $125 a week. If you sign up before May 31st, you will be entered in a drawing for a summer fun pack. For more information contact Christina Trader at 360-659-2576 or email@example.com
Thanks Work Force Development Center for their support of the Marysville Boys & Girls Clubs!
Work Force Development Center (WFDC) has been teaching life skills, vocational skills, and work ethics to high school juniors and seniors for 21 years. Located in Mukilteo, WFDC’s highly regarded Vocational Training and Apprenticeship Program helps students earn credits needed for high school graduation while teaching vital life and vocational skills, knowledge, and self-confidence necessary for future success. Both classroom and hands-on individualized training from the dedicated team of instructors teach students how to build mechanical and electrical assemblies – mostly in the aerospace field, but also serving trucking, automotive, agricultural, and marine industries as well. By working in collaboration with schools, other nonprofit organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, WFDC provides opportunities to learn and succeed for the communities’ most vulnerable youth.