Youth and teens with a green thumb (or not) join the YP Gardening Club and plant, water and weed our very own “Flower Garden”. We will be planting beautiful and colorful flowers to help beautify the entrance to the Youth Center! Open to all interested youth (ages 6-18); those under age 9 must be accompanied by an adult or sibling 16 or older.
Cost: Free YP members
Wednesdays, June 29, July 13, 20 & 27, August 10 & 17 | 5 to 6 pm
4-H is an exciting way for youth to explore interests, friendships, commitments and life skills. Projects include robotics, photography, rocketry, cooking, woodworking and so much more. Come join the fun and find out what 4-H has to offer. The meeting is open to all interested youth, ages 6-18.
Wednesdays, June 29, July 27, August 10 | 4 pm
Staying home alone can be a big responsibility! Youth, ages 10 & 11, are encouraged to attend this informative and fun class which will help them learn what to do in case of an emergency and a whole lot more.
Cost: Free - YP Member; $5 - Non-Member
Wednesday, July 20, 10 am to 3 pm
The Babysitting Class is open to ages 11 & up. The course covers babysitting basics, business practices, ages and stages of youth children, behavior and guidance techniques, safety, emergencies, SIDS, and CPR for Family & Friends through the American Heart Association. A test is given at the end of the course. Those who successfully complete the course are issued a certificate that is good for one year.
Cost: $10 - YP Member; $20 - Non-Member
Friday, July 22, 4 pm
Teens will learn how to save, spend and budget their money.
Cost: Free - YP Member; $5 - Non-Member
Wednesdays, July 27, 2 pm | August 10, 2 pm
Join us for fun cooking projects this summer!
June 1 is “Calcium, Exercise and Goals” - make a mango frozen yogurt.
July 27 is “Choosing Healthy Snacks” - make an apple sandwich.
August 10 is “Challenge your Brain” - make tortilla rollups.
Cost: Free - YP Member; $5 - Non-Member
Monday, July 11 – Thursday, July 14
9:30 to 10:30 am (ages 7-9), 1 to 2 pm (ages, 10-12), 2:30 to 3:30 pm (aged 13-28)
Join us for a fun experience by learning the basic fundamentals of archery. Class includes: range safety, equipment choices, etiquette, and history of archery. Equipment is provided. Pre-registration & an up-to-date immunization record is required. Space is limited.
Cost: $20 - YP Member; $30 – Non-Member
Wednesday, July 13 | 7:30 am to 7:30 pm
Many Glacier is considered to be the heart of Glacier National Park. The massive mountains, active glaciers, sparkling lakes and abundant wildlife make this a favorite spot for visitors. It is also home to the historic Many Glacier Lodge, built in 1915 by the Great Northern Railroad. Participants will hike to Redrock Lake (3.6 miles/round trip) and visit the Many Glacier Lodge. Register by Wednesday, June 29.
Cost: $25 - YP Member Family; $10 – YP Teen Member
Monday, July 18 – Friday, July 22 | 9 am to Noon (ages 9-12), 1 to 4 pm (ages, 13-18)
Soccer Camp goals are to develop basic soccer skills, understanding of the rules and terminology of the game, develop teamwork and good sportsmanship and have fun. Youth will learn how to dribble, pass, shoot and at the end of camp they will put all of these skills together and play a game! Sign up now as space is limited! _*Deadline to register is Friday, July 15.*_
Cost: $10 - YP Member; $20 – Non-Member
Depart: Tuesday, August 2, 8 am
Return: Thursday, August 4, 5 pm
Deployed affected families are invited to kick back and spend time with the family while nature speaks for itself in the awe inspiring grandeur of one of Americas most celebrated national parks. Included in this trip is a Kamping Kabin at the St. Mary KOA, Red Bus Tour, boat tours, hiking and a horseback ride (restrictions apply). Space is limited, meals are on your own, transportation is provided or families are welcome to drive their own POV. Guests must show a copy of orders and attend a mandatory meeting scheduled prior to the trip! Register by Monday, June 27.
Cost: $25 - Deployed Affected Family
Depart: Monday, August 15, 8 am
Return: Wednesday, August 17, 5 pm
AF Youth Programs and the Boone and Crockett Ranch would like to extend an invitation to our military teens to attend the Teen Adventure Camp! Your days will be filled with marksmanship, archery, fishing, swimming and hiking. Other activities will include campfires, games, great food and more! Space is limited. Register by Monday, August 1.
Cost: $25 - YP Teen Member
Monday, August 15 – Friday, August 19
Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) fosters the development of life skills through performing arts. The full scale production of “Sleeping Beauty” is truly amazing process. On Monday, youth are cast as characters in a play after an open audition and by Friday they have gained character – the one that really counts. Open to all youth in grades 1-12. Auditions, rehearsals and the performance will be held at the auditorium. Rehearsal times will vary according to the part you receive. Sign up at the Youth Center by Friday, August 12 or be at the audition on August 15.
Mondays – Thursdays
3 to 5 pm
Need help with your homework? Join us for Project Learn and get the help you need to be successful in school.
If you are interested in being involved in the Torch or Keystone Club and would like more information call the Youth Center and talk to Stevie.
Torch Club | Thursdays, 5 pm
Torch Club is for youth ages 9-12 years of age.
Teen Council/Keystone Club | Fridays, 6 pm
Keystone is a leadership and service club for youth, ages 13-18.
Monday – Saturday
Malmstrom Youth Programs encourages and strongly promotes the use of electronic information technologies for our members. The computer center has the latest in computer technology including digital arts program, digital printers, and headsets. Members must have parental permission in order to use the computer center and take part in programs offered. Parents must accompany the member to complete and sign the permission form.
It’s tough to be the new kid in town, new school, new friends, and new neighborhood. Help get kids connected by being active in this program.
Great news for Military youth and families! DoD has launched a new website, Military Youth on the Move. This site is an easy to use resource that reaches out to youth with creative ways to cope with issues that arise in the face of a move, such as transitioning to a new school, saying goodbye to friends, and getting involved in a new community. To access this great new resource, visit MYOM
To assist DoD military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the accomplishment of the DoD mission and family life
by managing and delivering a system of quality, available, and affordable programs and services
for eligible children and youth birth through
18 years of age.
Monday - Thursday: 3 - 7 pm
Friday: 3 - 8 pm
Saturday: noon - 5 pm
Sun, Holidays and AFGSC Family Days: Closed
*Note: AFI 34-249: Participants in open recreation must be 9 years or older. A parent or sibling over 16 years old must accompany youth, ages 6 - 8.
Air Force Child / Youth Programs (CYP) and Fitness Centers partnership to promote the importance of healthy lifestyle choices and encourage Air Force Families to be active together.
Use of the auditorium is subject to the approval by the 341 FSS following receipt and review of the completed reservation agreement.
This form is NOT an online reservation. Please complete this form and take to the Youth Center to complete your reservation process. The auditorium key will then be issued.
If you have questions, please call 731-4634.
In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, and Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, and Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call 800-795-3272 (voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.