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Youth Centres

Closing March 18 Until Further Notice

Effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020 all City of Burnaby public facilities will be closed until further notice. View list

Refunds will be provided to anyone who has registered for programs affected by the closure of these facilities.

City Hall will remain open, and all other City functions and services will remain operational, including RCMP main detachment and local fire halls.

Youth Drop-in Centres

There are a variety of exciting recreational and social activities for preteens ages 10-12 and teens ages 13-18 at our youth centres! Youth have access to computers with internet, gaming systems, pool tables, foosball tables, open gym nights, card and board games, movie nights and other fun events and out trips!

Find out more about our Drop-in Programs and check out our Youth Matters Newsletter.

We have four youth centres in Burnaby. Feel free to pop by, call us, or add us as a friend on Facebook.   

     
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Make a Donation

Help support our recreational programs for youth by making an online donation today! Your support helps us put on a variety of programs and events, creating opportunities for kids and teens to socialize and actively engage in the community. Donated funds can be used for purchasing equipment and program supplies, youth achievement awards, volunteer recognition events, supporting the Youth Leadership Certification Course, and so much more!

Your contribution is greatly appreciated!

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BC Youth Week

This international celebration of youth is held annually during the first week of May. It is a week of fun, interaction and celebration that focuses on building strong connections between young people and their communities and that profiles the issues, accomplishments and diversity of youth across the province. Find out more:

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