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Every day, we check in with staff from different Clubs who share activities for members across all age groups. Today’s list of activities includes Storytime Monday, animating household items, Zumba, and a new guitar lesson.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Welcome to the second week of Club at Home! In post #6, we share content that brings Club programs, traditions, and staff into the homes of members. Our goal is to provide the same fun and educational activities to our Club members and families, even while Clubs are physically closed. 

Today, we check in with staff from our Clubs who share different activities for members across all age groups including story time, animating household items, zumba, and learning the guitar.

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Riddle of the Day
Courtesy of Anonymous Staff

For Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club teens, Teen Education Coordinator Skyler’s “Riddle of the Day” has become a fixture in day-to-day Club life. We’re excited to keep this tradition alive and bring brain teasers to the members and families of all Clubs as part of “Club at Home.”

Today’s Riddle: 

I can point toward every destination
But cannot reach any destination.
What am I? 

The answer to Friday’s riddle: A map

Tune in tomorrow to see the answer and get a new riddle!  

Courtesy of Natalie, Yawkey Club of Roxbury

Yawkey Club of Roxbury Art Director Natalie introduces you to an app that brings stuffed animals and other household items to life! Share your final creations by tagging us online or send them to 

For all ages. 

Health & Wellness
Courtesy of Katy, Boston College Nursing Student

Katy, who is a Boston College Nursing student at Mattapan Teen Center, teaches us about self-care and mindfulness. She also shares a very helpful breathing exercise.

For ages 12-18 and adults.

Learning Center
Courtesy of Dariana, Charlestown Club

Dariana, School Age Education Coordinator at Charlestown Club, reads The Way I Feel by Janan Cain!

For ages 6-10.

Courtesy of Monte, Yawkey Club of Roxbury 

Monte, Berklee College of Music work/study student and Yawkey Club of Roxbury Alumnus, teaches some guitar basics, including how to play Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water.” Click below and bring the Yawkey Music Clubhouse to your living room!

For ages 8 and up.

Performing Arts
Courtesy of Daylisa, Charlestown Club

Daylisa, Performing Arts Coordinator at Charlestown Club, brings back the Zumba energy to help us start the week off strong. She is joined (from a safe distance 😊) by Mary, one of the amazing dance instructors from our Boston Ballet partnership! Watch below to learn the moves along with them while getting a great workout!

For all ages.

Social Recreation
Courtesy of Playworks 

Learn the game Popcorn, which will test your hand-eye coordination, and see how many times you can clap without dropping the ball. Share of a video of your personal best record with

For all ages.

Courtesy of

Did you ever want to code your own game? is making it easy! In the video below, use drag and drop programming to build your own game. When you’re ready to build your own game, click the link below.

Click here to build your own Flappy Game>>

For all ages.

Teen Center 
Courtesy of Kristine, Edgerley Family South Boston Club 

In this video, recommended by Teen Engagement and Retention Coordinator Kristine, learn how to make a simple body scrub that only requires four ingredients. It will scrub away all of your dead skin cells and leave you with smooth, glowing, and healthy skin! This is an awesome DIY project since we are all washing our hands more now!


A detailed list of other helpful resources for caregivers can be found here. It includes a full list of learning resources and activities, resources for food access, financial relief funds, neighborhood support and more.  

Are you enjoying “Club at Home?” Tag us in pictures or videos of yourself participating or email them to and we’ll post them on BGCB social media! 

Keep up with all the latest “Club at Home” updates, including fun and interactive content for members to do at home, on our blog.