Stewart Street Branch
About this location:
The Stewart site of the Santa Monica Boys & Girls Club is open to residents living in any Community Corporation of Santa Monica (CCSM) building. We offer programming for children ages 6-18 in the core areas of Academic success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character and Citizenship.
Our members are given access to various forms of creative outlets through our fine arts, D.I.Y, spotlight stage and yearbook programs. They are also challenged to engage in healthy behaviors with programs such as the fitness challenge and little chefs. Power hour and Stride give them academic support, while Smart Girls and LIT keep them civically engaged.
2802 Pico Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Nicole Tehrani, Branch Director
Charles Crumble, Youth Development Professional
Power Hour and Stride offers both academic enrichment and homework assistance for members after school.
Fitness Challenge motivates members to be physically active through engaging exercises and fun.
Little Chef teaches members how to make healthy snacking fun and easy with simple recipes and creative presentations.
Fine Art is an introduction to drawing and sketching. Members learn the basics of drawing shapes, symmetry and shading.
Yearbook Club allows members to use their photography skills to capture special moments at the club. They will then learn how to format those pictures into a custom yearbook.
Spotlight Stage is our performing arts hour. Members are given the stage to sing, dance and show off their talents.
Knitting is a great skill to learn and it is fun for all ages. Members will be taught the basics of knitting and complete a cozy project for the fall.
Pixar Pics Scavenger Hunt is the interactive way to watch movies. Members are challenged every Friday to find hidden items or answer silly facts from popular Pixar movies.
D.I.Y. is a fun crafting time where creativity is the only requirement.