We cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can always build our youth for the future.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
All of our Limitless Youth Programs are welcome to youth ages 12-18 in the community. Our goal is to provide access to youth within Fort McMurray to skill building, inclusive, leadership and recreational programs that gives them the tools and confidence to become successful adults. We are constantly striving to mold with the needs of today’s youth and the Fort McMurray community so that we can reach as much youth as possible.
Ages: 10-15 years
Date: January 27th, 2022 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: YMCA Eagle Ridge 2 301 Sparrow Hawk Dr. Fort McMurray Alberta
Managing stress is free stress and anxiety management workshop for youth ages 12-15. As we know, balancing school, personal lives, and jobs can be difficult. Join the YMCA Northern Alberta and us on January 27th to learn what anxiety and stress really are and the different coping strategies that can be used at home. Pizza supper and snacks will be provided.
Go Rec It!
Ages: 10-15 years
When: Every Wednesday evening from 6:30-8:00 PM
Go Rec It! Is our youth program that is open to teens age 10-14. It is a FREE Drop-in event every Wednesday. This program offers board games, open gym, darts, laser tag and a climbing wall!
For ages 7 years old and up
When: Per request
Boccia Ball is a Paralympic sport that can be played by anyone, regardless of age or ability! Boccia is a co-ed sport of control and accuracy, similar to curling or lawn bowling. It is a great way for students to practice focus and accuracy while also working on social skills such as teamwork, cooperation, and sportsmanship. The greatest part? We travel to YOU! If your school or organization is interested in playing Boccia, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t have the space but have a group interested in playing? We can also host Boccia events at the Boys and Girls Club.
For Youth ages, 14-18 years old
Are you interested in gaining valuable leadership skills, work experience, and high-school volunteer hours? We are now accepting youth interns in grades 9-12 to help out with our ZAP Out-of-School Care and Limitless Youth programs. Interns will complete 35-hours (during afterschool and no-school days) and receive a certificate of completion and volunteer reference letter.
For more information contact email@example.com!
Cook It up! (Full)
Start Date: January 13th, 2022
When: Thursdays (6:30-8:00 pm) for 6 weeks
*Limited Spaces Available*
In this 6-week hands-on cooking program, youth will gain the basic knowledge and skills to prepare healthy and delicious meals and make positive food choices. Youth will also gain friendships, confidence, and the experience of working as a team in a fun and interactive approach to cooking.
Thank you to our Sponsor
Funding considerations provided by the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.