Clubhouse Kids

Our Mission

We empower youth to reach their full potential as responsible, caring and productive citizens through professionally led programs and activities that are fun, positive and relevant in a safe, supportive and healthy environment.


3117 Prospect Avenue, Eureka, CA 


Unit Director:
Chad Brown
Phone: (707) 444-0184


School Year:
Mon: 1pm-6pm
Tues – Thurs: 3pm-6pm

Holiday Schedule:

Mon-Fri  11am-5pm


Join Us

Register now online or stop by the Clubhouse. You can sign up at the Admin Office too, located at 939 Harris, Eureka

Clubhouse Ultimate Journey

About Us

Our Eureka Clubhouse serves kids in Kindergarten through 6th grade. We have fun, creative and safe programs and activities. The Clubhouse is the oldest of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Redwoods’ locations. We have been a kid-safe, after-school and summer alternative program since 1938!

Click the button below for Club calendars & schedules, news, updates and more. (coming soon!)


Engage. Inspire. Empower.

Explore innovative programs designed to empower youth to excel in school, become good citizens and lead healthy, productive lives.

The programs listed below are offered at the Clubhouse.

Garden Club
Garden Club

Garden Club

Youth are able to help grow fruits, vegetables and flowers while learning gardening skills.

Triple Play
Clubhouse Triple Play

Clubhouse Triple Play

A comprehensive health and wellness initiative that strives to improve the overall health of members by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships.

Science Club
Clubhouse Science Club

Science Club

With a range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineer & Mathematics) activities, members have the opportunity to explore the world around them.


Clubhouse SMART Girls

A small group health, fitness, prevention/ education and self-esteem enhancement program designed to meet the developmental needs of girls. Through dynamic sessions, highly participatory activities, field trips and mentoring opportunities with adult women, Club girls explore their own and societal attitudes and values as they build skills for eating right, staying physically fit, getting good health care and developing positive relationships with peers and adults.

Passport to Manhood
Passport to Manhood

Passport to Manhood

This program consists of 14 sessions, each of which concentrates on a specific aspect of manhood through highly interactive activities. Passport to Manhood represents a targeted effort to engage young men in discussions and activities that reinforce positive behavior.



Members are offered the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a mentor to discuss pressing issues and life goals.

Ultimate Journey
Clubhouse Ultimate Journey

Clubhouse Ultimate Journey

Developed in partnership with the National Park Service, the curriculum features age-appropriate modules that introduce young people to aspects of environmental stewardship. It includes fun, experiential, environmental education activities that cultivate an awareness and appreciation of the natural wonders that surround young people.

Power Hour

Clubhouse Power Hour

Clubhouse Power Hour

Helps Club members achieve academic success by providing homework help, tutoring, and high-yield learning activities while encouraging members to become self-directed learners.


Cooking Club
Clubhouse Cooking Club

Clubhouse Cooking Club

Members learn kitchen safety as well as how to make healthy choices when picking meals. Members will learn how to cook healthy meals with the support of Club staff.

Rhody Parade 2023

Rhody Parade
Clubhouse Kids Gardening

Parents & Guardians –

The Clubhouse is grateful for your continued support!

Winter is here folks! Below is a description of our schedule for this month…

Saturday, December 9th — Trucker’s Parade and Pre-Party at Eureka Teen Center

Tuesday, December 19th – Family Dinner, 5pm-6pm


Days OPEN during Winter Break (hours 11am—5pm):

Friday, December 22nd and Wednesday, December 27th through Friday, December 29th

Days CLOSED during Winter Break:

December 25th and 26th

In addition, we will be CLOSED January 1st and 2nd

We will be OPEN January 3rd, 4th and 5th (hours 11am—5pm)

Thank you for believing in our mission!

Chad Brown
Unit Director


February Calendar

Fall Brochure

Member of the Month


CH Jan Member of the Month

Rainbow is helpful, empathetic, a problem solver and a dedicated student/athlete. She can always be counted on to do her part each day. She assists staff with walking our Littles from Alice Birney, helps with cleaning, snack, picking up trash, she essentially does it all. Rainbow, at such a young age, is a really good person, and  we are proud to announce her as our Member of the Month for January!


February Member of the Month

 Riley is incredibly bright, playful and responsible. She has many friends throughout the Clubhouse and is very adept at problem solving amongst her peers. Riley always has a positive attitude, a smile on her face and is very considerate of others. Riley always brings a boost of energy to the Clubhouse which we appreciate so much.


Clubhouse March Member of the Month

Brayden is an exceptional young man who can always be counted on. He loves to participate in Triple Play and be active. He is a model of behavior and sportsmanship, and he is a wonderful student. Brayden is always one of the first to help when staff asks for volunteers, he is forever doing the right thing and we trust him with our whole heart. We honor Brayden today and for the month, but he honors us with his friendliness and his incredible positivity.


CH Jan Member of the Month

Jaydah is a complete joy at the Clubhouse. She is a smart, witty and playful young lady who’s light is shining on a daily basis. She offers to help staff in the kitchen, organizing and cleaning after art projects, and she has become comic relief while waiting to get picked up. Jaydah’s energy is infectious, the entire staff has seen a great change in her. We are so happy for her and are willing to do whatever we can to help it continue.


Adan seemingly has come out of his shell in the last 60 days. Often very quiet and in the background, Adan has been actively participating in Triple Play, mixing it up and socializing with his peers, and using his voice more and more each day. Adan is unselfish, kind, and growing with confidence almost daily. We are so proud and wish to honor him as Member of the Month.


Isreal has been a member for a few years now. His temperament, kindness, unselfishness and fairness alone make him worthy of the award. Isreal is the most helpful member we have, always volunteering to help staff, participate in programs, clean, and organize. I do not exaggerate when I say that Isreal sets the bar for all other members who walk through the door and we are so grateful for him.    


CH Jan Member of the Month

Alex is one of the most thoughtful and intelligent members we have. He is a tech wizard, he creates incredible graphic art and by hand he’s drawn amazing shapes and puzzles. Alex is very socially responsible, polite to staff, and genuinely funny. He’s found a way to leave an impact with every staff member. His presence at the Clubhouse is something we all look forward to.


Kai has been sensational all summer. He’s a good friend, cooperative in games and he’s always encouraging others. Kai is one of the most helpful members we have, always helping staff serve snacks, doing dishes, picking up and offering his services. Always respectful, Kai is one of the few that will say ‘Please” and “Thank you” for everything. He’s courteous, respectful and kind. Kai is a great example of the culture and community we’re trying to create here at the Clubhouse.


Evangeline  has matured into a remarkable citizen and a positive contributor to the culture at the Clubhouse. She’s been a steady member of Torch Club, handles her responsibilities on Jr. Staff with class, and has facilitated great relationships with our newer members. She is the leader of our “Welcoming Committee”, accompanying new members so they don’t feel alone, and taking the lead on involving them in programs, clubs and activities. We are very proud of her and happy to honor her contributions.


CH Jan Member of the Month

Tyler started attending this summer and happily participates in as much as he can in programs/clubs. He can be seen in Power Hour doing his homework every day, he finds ways to positively contribute on a daily basis, and he is incredibly respectful to staff. Tyler does everything with a smile, he encourages others, and it can be stated he is one of the only members who continually says ‘Please” and “Thank you”. As a staff we so appreciate Tyler for simply being who he is, and it brings us great joy to honor him. 


Yoselin started at the Clubhouse this school year from Pacific View. She originally only attended on Mondays and Fridays but established some friendships and she now attends daily. Yoselin has such a great personality, she seems to get along with everyone, and she is beloved by staff. Yoselin participates in three programs and almost all of our activities. We are honored to have her as our Member of the Month