Howell Mountain Unit:
525 N White Cottage Rd
Angwin, CA 94508
Unit Director: Mariana
2016 MEMBERSHIP YEAR
St. Helena and Calistoga
Average Daily Attendance
Males - 51% • Females - 49%
Serving children and families
in the Upper Napa Valley:
Pope Valley • Calistoga • St. Helena
Deer Park • Angwin • Hidden Valley
Middletown • Rutherford • Oakville • Yountville
Enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of visual and tactile arts and crafts, performing arts and creative writing.
Calistoga Teen Center:
1505 Grant Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Unit Director: Clint Ferrier
Administrative Office, St. Helena Clubhouse and St. Helena Teen Unit:
1420 Tainter Street St. Helena, CA 94574
Administration & St. Helena Clubhouse Phone: 707-963-8944 Unit Director: Ash Clements
St. Helena Teen Unit Phone: 707.339.7152
Program Director: Julian Frayre
During the school year, the St. Helena Clubhouse and the Calistoga school-based Club are open Monday through Friday from 2pm-6pm and open earlier on "early dismissal days." The complete calendar for St. Helena can be found here. The Calistoga Clubhouse calendar can be found here. The St. Helena gym is open in the evenings and Saturdays during the basketball season. During selected "in service days," Christmas break, spring break, and summer vacation, the Clubs are open from 8am-10am (Rising Sun club...$5 fee) and 10am - 6pm.
During the summer, regular hours for the St. Helena Club and the Calistoga Club are M-F from 10am - 6pm. (With Rising Sun from 8am-10am).
At our St. Helena Club, scheduled Club sports, special events and community use (ranging from Zumba to ESL classes) take place in the evenings and on Saturdays. The St. Helena Elementary School utilizes the facility in the mornings during the school year and for special summer learning programs.
The Calistoga Teen Center is open during the school year, Monday through Friday from 3pm-7pm and longer for special events and during the holiday breaks. The Calistoga Teen Center's summer hours are M-F from Noon - 6pm. Click here for our Teen Center Calendar.
Boys & Girls Clubs are membership organizations. We strive to be accessible and affordable for all children and teens. A signed membership form by parent/guardian is required for enrollment. Cost for the school year is $50 per child. (August-June). Summer memberships (June-August) are $60 per child. Financial assistance is available for families in need through the Unit Directors. Just 6% of our operating budget is fee related. NOTE: A child must have reached his/her 5th birthday, AND completed the first day of kindergarten to be eligible for Club membership.
Education and Career Development
Enables youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations, and to embrace technology to optimize educational and career goals.
Calistoga school-based Club:
Calistoga Elementary School
1401 N Oak Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Unit Director: Lainey Cronk
Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga
Sports and Recreation
These Club programs help develop physical fitness, reduce stress and promote a positive use of leisure time, appreciation for the environment and interpersonal skill.
Health and Life Skills
Develops young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and develop their competencies to live successfully as self-sufficient adults.
Character and Leadership Development
Empowers youth to support their Club and community, sustain meaningful relationships, develop a moral compass and a positive self-image, participate in the democratic process and respect their own and others’ cultural identities.
As part of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America system,
the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga provide a daily program
of diverse activities to meet the needs and interests of all youth. Our engaging
programs help young people to develop their sense of self-esteem and their
full potential. Our mission is to help children and teens become healthy, active, productive and successful 21st century citizens. Our Clubs and programs strive to provide a sense of competence, usefulness, influence, belonging, control and safety.