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Today’s list of activities includes a Club spirit music video and a coding-for-beginners activity. 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Welcome to post #87 of Club at Home! With eight of our Clubs open for learning enrichment and programming, we’re back to share our favorite remote activities from the summer, as well as some new content you can enjoy at home.  

Today’s activities include a Club spirit music video and a coding-for-beginners activity.

Riddle of the Day

Courtesy of the Club at Home Team

A farmer has 19 sheep on his land. One day, a big storm hits and all but seven run away. How many sheep does the farmer have left?

Visit Friday’s Club at Home for the answer! 

Music and Performing Arts
Courtesy of Edgerley Family South Boston Club Performing Arts and Music departments

Performing Arts and Music Clubhouse members at Edgerley Family South Boston Club brought us this music video at the end of our summer program, showing off their talents and demonstrating that a mask can’t hide Club spirit!

 For all ages.

Courtesy of Girls Who Code

We’re so grateful to our program partners for allowing us to offer a wide breadth of program offerings to our members! We love Girls Who Code because they make the field of coding, which can often be intimidating to dive into, super accessible and fun to all ages. Try this super simple activity at home – all you need is: two cups, strips of paper, a marker, and a pen!

Click here to try Girls Who Code’s Perfect Pitch activity >>

For all ages.

Follow your Club’s social media account to find more programming updates and member photos.
Berkshire Partners Blue Hill Club
Charlestown Club
Edgerley Family South Boston Club
Franklin Hill Club
Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club
Mattapan Teen Center
Orchard Gardens Club
Yawkey Club of Roxbury


A detailed list of local resources for youth and caregivers can be found here

Resources from Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s Office for Immigrant Advancement for Boston-based immigrants affected by coronavirus can be found here.

A comprehensive COVID-19 Resource Guide from the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office can be found here.

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