How to Register
1. Register: A child is not enrolled until payment is received
|2017 Boys' and Girls' Club Fees||2017 Dates (Monday - Friday)|
|Season||$865||Week 1||June 26 - 30|
|8 Weeks||$800||Week 2||July 3 - 7|
|7 Weeks||$740||Week 3||July 10 - 14|
|6 Weeks||$675||Week 4||July 17 - 21|
|5 Weeks||$610||Week 5||July 24 - 28|
|4 Weeks||$520||Week 6||July 31 - August 4|
|3 Weeks||$430||Week 7||August 7 - 11|
|2 Weeks||$315||Week 8||August 14 - 18|
|1 Week||$185||Week 9||August 21 - 25|
2. Download the Boys' and Girls' Information and Information form file.
The Boys' and Girls' club form contains:
- General information about the program
- Registration information and instructions
- Required information form to complete and bring with you to Chautauqua
3. Download and complete the Medication Dispensation Form only if a child attending Boys' and Girls' Club will be bringing any medication to camp (including Epi-pens and inhalers)
History of Club
The Boys' and Girls' Club is considered the oldest day camp in the United States. With most buildings dating from the 1890s and the turn of the century, the Boys' and Girls' Club grows out of a Chautauqua tradition of excellence in sports and physical education.
Seaver Gymnasium (1890) was originally built to house a gymnastics school and was one of the first gyms to install a basketball court when that sport was invented over 100 years ago. Club's newer structures include the Beeson Youth Center (1968), which replaced the venerable Athletic Club Building (1905), and the Sharpe Field grandstand, built in 1993 following a fire on July 5, 1991, which destroyed the previous structure. Extensive renovations to all Club buildings were completed in 2001 as part of the "Chautauqua 2000" long range plan.