Kendall Club
Unit Director, Brian Alvarez

9475 North Kendall Dr.
Miami, FL 33176

This club offers a variety of activities for your kids, including:

  • Baseball (January-May)
  • Basketball (January-June)
  • Cheerleading (June-November)
  • Football (June-November)
  • Flag Football (May-June)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade provides a place where boys and girls can grow and learn in a wholesome environment and receive valuable character-building experiences through people who care, companionship, and a sense of belonging.

The Summer Program is open to all boys and girls ages 5 to 17. Children are accepted on a first-come-first serve basis until the program is filled. Parents must be present at the club to register their child; we will not accept mailed or faxed registration cards all registration must be made in person. The summer program registration fees are as follows:

1st session June 10 – July 3 (4 weeks) $350 includes field trips

2nd session July 8 – August 2 (4 weeks) $350 includes field trips

Registration fee includes a secondary accident insurance policy if injured during Boys & Girls Clubs hours and a Boys & Girls Clubs Summer Camp T-shirt.

Only members who have registered and paid the fee in full by Friday, June 7th are guaranteed a place in Summer Program. For your convenience, we accept credit and debit cards.

In the event your child does not attend the program, refunds are available through the first week of the Summer Program. In the event of early withdrawal, you will be charged $15 per day attended during the first week of the program, plus a $25 processing fee. After the Summer Program has been in session for one week, no refunds will be given for any reason. Refunds will not be given to children expelled for disciplinary reasons. Children are expected to behave in a proper manner. Any serious infraction of rules and regulations will result in dismissal, but only after every effort has been made to solve the problem and the parents have been notified. Discipline notices are sent home as the need arises. Any questions or concerns that may arise regarding the Summer Program will be handled by the Program Director Allison Dye at (305) 279-3013.

The Boys & Girls Clubs Summer Program will run from June 10th – August 2nd. The program will run Mon-Fri. We will be closed on weekends. In observance of Independence Day, the club will be closed Thursday July 4, 2019 and Friday July 5, 2019. The program activity hours will be 9:00am – 5:00pm. However, counselors will be available to supervise your children beginning at 8:00am and ending at 6:00pm. The Boys & Girls Clubs is not responsible for your child before or after these hours.

After 6:00pm, a late fee will be issued for every child.

Charges are as follows: 6:01pm-6:30pm = $15. Each additional minute=$1.
Your cooperation is appreciated.

All parents need a pass in order to pick up their child/ children. You may get a permanent pass from the Secretary. You will need one pass for each child.

Staff are qualified personnel to ensure that your child will be able to participate in a variety of organized activities, and have a fun filled summer enjoying the camaraderie of his/her mates in a secure environment, with the goal of ensuring a well-supervised atmosphere.

Children will be placed in groups by age. Indoor activities will include arts & crafts, computer room, game room, table games, basketball, movies, literacy and more. Outside activities include all types of organized group games; as well as, T-ball, kickball, and more. Campers are encouraged to participate in the end of the summer dance show, where parents are invited to attend.

Field trips will also be offered to such places as the movies, Kendall Ice Arena, bowling, Dandy Bear and Chuck E. Cheese, among others. A permission slip must be signed by a parent for each trip in order for your child to attend. It is mandatory for each child attending field trips to wear their Boys & Girls Clubs T-shirt, which will be provided the 1st week of camp. Additional T-shirts can be purchased for $7.00 each.

Weekly awards are given in each group to recognize the boys and girls who have made a positive contribution to the Summer Program.

No special supplies are needed by your child on an everyday basis as Boys & Girls Clubs will provide all materials necessary for them to participate in the regular program activities. On bowling and skating days, socks are a must.
Please label any item your child brings to the club such as extra clothes, towels, lunches, etc. Please do not allow your child to bring valuables, such as radios, jewelry, toys, or other personal property. NO CELL PHONE use is allowed during program hours. PHONE WILL BE TAKEN AWAY. Summer attire is (shorts mid-thigh length), a t-shirt, and sneakers. This enables your child ease and comfort in participating in all activities. Black soled shoes will not be allowed in the gymnasium. Sandals are not acceptable. This is required for the safety of your child.

Free lunches and afternoon snacks are included at no additional charge. If you prefer, your child may bring his/her own lunch. A variety of lunch specials will be available at a cost of $3.00 per child at our Concession Stand.

All children must be accompanied by parent upon arrival and departure from the Club. Please do not drop your child off – Escort them into the building. When picking up your child it will be necessary for you to park your car and come into the building. You will be required to sign your child out every day.

Children may not leave the Boys & Girls Clubs during the day without written approval of a parent. If he/she is to be picked up by anyone other than a parent, or if your child has your permission to walk or ride a bicycle home, we must have written approval from you.

If your child has any allergies, illness, special needs, etc. please inform his /her counselor or a staff member at the time of registration. As the Boys & Girls Clubs does not employ qualified medical personnel, we cannot administer prescription drugs, aspirin, or other medicines to your child. This must be the responsibility of you or your child.

Do not send child who is ill to the club. We will ask parents to pick up their child if they are ill or become ill.

The above requirements are for the well-being and safety of your child and others. Thank-you for your cooperation.