LINCOLN STREET CLUB

311 S. Lincoln Street | Bloomington, IN 47401 | (812) 332-2970

We invite you to join us this summer at the
Lincoln Street Club for the 2021-2022 Membership Year!

Fees can be paid with debit or credit card online or over the phone. You can also pay with a check or cash. Once we receive your Registration Forms, we will contact you about payment.

LINCOLN STREET CLUB PROGRAMS

CURRENT PROGRAMS

Cooking Club

GRO Skateboarding

Dance Club – Windfall & IU Movement Exchange

Ukelele Club

Girls Who Code

Uplands Maker Mobile

IU Rugby

IU Tennis

Club Riders Bike Program

Passport to Manhood

Teach IT

Drama Club

Soccer Club

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT SCHOOLS DOES THE LINCOLN STREET CLUB SERVE?
Schools Served: Binford, Childs, Clear Creek, Covenant Christian, Grandview, Harmony, Highland Park, Lakeview, Rogers, St. Charles, Summit, Templeton, The Project School, Unionville, University, Batchelor, Jackson Creek, and Bloomington High School South.

Transportation by BGCB from Covenant Christian, Harmony, St. Charles.

Transportation by MCCSC all MCCSC Schools.

We are walking distance from The Project School.

HOW OLD DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO BE?
Ages: 6-18 years old

WHAT IS THE ANNUAL FEE FOR MY CHILD TO ATTEND?
$20.00/year

WHEN CAN KIDS ATTEND THE CLUB?
After-School Hours: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Monday – Friday
(Exception: August, December, and May | Close at 6:00 p.m.)
Break Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Summer Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. | Monday – Friday
Summer Drop-In Hours: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Registration is required for all attendance options.

2021 BGCB CALENDAR
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WHERE IS THE LINCOLN STREET CLUB LOCATED?
311 S. Lincoln Street | Bloomington, IN | 47401

HOW DO I CONTACT THE CLUB?
Membership Desk: (812) 332-2970
Unit Director: Neil Smith nsmith@bgcbloomington.org

HOW DOES MY CHILD BECOME A MEMBER OF THE LINCOLN STREET CLUB?

To register a new Lincoln Street Club member, please complete either the Online Membership Form or Print Membership Form AND the Acknowledgements & Agreements, and Indiana Kids Form, and turn the print forms – along with the annual membership fee ($20.00) – to the Lincoln Street Club anytime Monday through Friday between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. You may also set up a time to come in to complete the registration by calling (812) 332-2970 or emailing Neil Smith, Unit Director.

Fees for your annual membership can be paid with debit or credit card online or over the phone. You can also pay with a check or cash. Once we receive your Membership Forms, we will contact you about payment.

PLEASE NOTE: There is a 24-hour waiting period from the time a completed membership form is turned in before the member is allowed to begin attending the Club. Staff will follow up to confirm your registration once we have a spot open for your member to start attending the Club.

I cannot imagine a more important organization in our community for helping to give young people more opportunities to grow up to be strong and caring individuals.

Earon D.

Facebook Club Review

While the Club has been servicing the kids of Bloomington since 1956, it was not until 1961 that the National Guard Armory located at 311 S. Lincoln Street was first used to house Club activities and programs. Fast forward three years later and the Club purchased the armory, thus making this site the official home of the Club. Since that moment 50+ years ago, thousands of kids, staff, and volunteers have walked the halls of the historic Lincoln Street Club.

Over time, it became strongly apparent that the Lincoln Street Club needed a modern facelift in order to serve even more kids in a more structurally-sound facility. That time came in 2016 when the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington officially launched the BIG Futures Capital Campaign – a community-led, collaborative effort to raise money to benefit the Lincoln Street Club. 

With the strong backing of the community, the BIG Futures Capital Campaign provided the financial resources to update the Lincoln Street Club, and, in 2018, the renovated doors of the Lincoln Street Club were officially reopened to a new generation.

The multi-million dollar renovation included an updated kitchen space, a refurbished gymnasium, lockers to store member’s bookbags after school, mutliple program rooms, a dedicated teen space, staff offices, plus so much more! While the inside of the building has seen a significant upgrade, the original structure still stands offering GREAT FUTURES to all who enter the historic halls of the
Lincoln Street Club!