Spring 2017 Programs

April Vacation Boredom Busters (grades 6-12)
SalemRole Playing Game (FREE)
Tuesday, April 18th 4:00p-5:00p Town Hall Room 10 (use rear entrance)
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Game of Life Board Game (FREE)
Tuesday, April 18th 5:00p-6:00p Town Hall Room 10 (use rear entrance)
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Dinner at Flatbreads, Bedford ($10)
Tuesday, April 18th 6:00p-7:30p Meet at Town Hall Room 10 (use rear entrance)
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Ticket to Ride Board Game (FREE)
Thursday, April 20th 2:30p-4:00p Meet at Town Hall, Room 10 (use rear entrance)
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Borax-Free Slime and Goop Making (FREE)
Friday, April 21st 10:00a-10:30a at Flint Memorial Library Activity Room
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Mario Kart and Pizza (FREE)
Friday, April 21st 10:30a-12:00p at Flint Memorial Library Activity Room
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Financial Literacy Workshop Series (for high school students and beyond and parents)
Join us for one or all three workshops presented by North Reading Youth Services and Reading Cooperative Bank. This series is
perfect for learning about finances. Parents are encouraged to attend with their students.
Wednesday, April 26th: Introduction to Budgets and Spending Plans
This workshop will focus on setting up a personal financial plan and how to manage a budget.
Wednesday, May 10th: Understanding Credit and Credit Cards
We will review credit score reports, how to build credit, how credit is damage, define creditworthiness, why you would use credit, learn how much you can afford and pros and cons of credit cards.
Wednesday, May 24th: Living on Your Own
This workshop will review the cost of living on your own,
how to budget to live on  your own, ways to cut costs, and
reviewing lease and rental agreements.
Click here to download a flyer.
Click here to register for one or more workshops.

Mentoring (mentees grades 3-8, mentors grades 9-12) 
This program is offered each Wednesday at the North Reading Middle/High School Library. Students in grades 3-8 are paired with a high school student for a 10-week session.Spring Session begins March 29, 2017
Middle School Session: 2:30p-3:45p
Elementary School Session: 3:45p-4:45p
This includes homework help and a social team-based activity. To register, contact Amy at 978.257.5281 or email youthservices@northreadingma.gov

Middle School Youth Group (grades 6-8) 
This group meets every Monday at North Reading Middle/High School Library,  3:45pm-4:45pm during the school year. Students have time to work on homework, eat a snack, work on team challenges, social skills, and traditional games. To register, contact Amy at 978.257.5281 or email youthservices@northreadingma.gov. This free program has rolling drop-in, students do not have to attend every week. We only need mentors for the middle school session now. 
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Click here to register online

EarlyAct Club (grades 3-5)
Our bi-monthly leadership and community service club represents all schools in North Reading. Based on a Rotary International model, the projects and meetings focus on the values of gratitude, community, leadership, commitment, and inclusion. Sponsored by North Reading Rotary, the club meets twice per month (4:00p-5:00p) to plan and implement a local or international humanitarian project. This low-cost program has ongoing enrollment beginning on November 3, 2016 and welcomes rolling enrollment during the year.  
Click here for a flyer
Click to register online

High School Youth Group (grades 9-12)
This informal group meets monthly on Wednesday or Thursday evenings. Check the calendar for specific dates. The group discusses teen issues, plans field trips, and helps identify issues facing local youth as well as visits Greater Boston area restaurants. To register, contact Amy at 978.257.5281 or emailyouthservices@northreadingma.gov. This free program has rolling drop in. Cost for special events separate.