A variety of recreation programs are available for youth and can be viewed in our seasonal
Recreation Program Guide.
To list a few, these programs include:
|» Art||» Dance Pl3y||» Gymnastics|
|» Yoga||» Sewing||» Badminton and other Drop in Sports|
There are also a variety of programs and activities offered daily at the Squamish Youth Resource Centre, please see below.
Each season Youth are welcome to join the Squamish Youth Resource Centre at Brennan Park for Youth Nights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Come swim, skate, and recreate! Please note that the pick up time is 8:30 p.m. when all activities are finished for the night.
Squamish also features a public outdoor skateboard park next to the Youth Centre, and a BMX track and the SORCA Bike Skills Park at Brennan Park Recreation Centre.
|Who is welcome?||All youth between 13 and 18 years of age are welcome to drop-in.|
|Where are we?||1135 Carson Place (between Howe Sound Secondary and the Skate Park)|
|What do we offer?||Daily programs: everything from bouldering, crochet, volleyball, art night, movie night, photography, gardening, snowboarding and much MUCH more!
Resources: showers, emergency food bank, hygiene supplies, pregnancy tests, clothing and more available for up to age 24.
|Who can I contact?||Youth Workers: 604-892-2207
Youth Line: 604-892-2206
Facebook: Squamish Youthworker
Calling all teens who are interested in creating opportunities for youth and advising the community on the teenage perspective.
Like Squamish TAAG on Facebook for more information or email us.
Also check out Rec Services Facebook page for information about TAAG events happening throughout the year.
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