Summer at Courtyard

Kids Summer Program Needs Volunteers

Volunteers are needed for the Summer at Courtyard program, a learning enrichment program for kids age 5-11. This six-week program (July 9 – August 15) includes reading, art, music, structured exercise and field trips. Volunteers can choose to participate just one time, daily, or for any combination of days, times, and activities.

Adults with a Pennsylvania volunteer clearance  can immediately select activity slots on the Summer at Courtyard Sign Up Genius. Adults needing a clearance can receive a background check at no charge through this program. For more information, click here.

Summer at Courtyard runs Monday through Thursday at the Courtyard Community Room, 1021 S. 4th Street. Each day at 8:15am with breakfast as part of its daily schedule.

Summer at Courtyard is a partnership between QVNA, The Courtyard Residents Council, Southwark Development Corporation, Better Tomorrows and The Michaels Organization.  This is our fifth year of providing free summer enrichment programming to children from Queen Village, made possible through the generosity of our volunteers and financial sponsors and donors.

For more information, please contact Summer@QVNA.org.

Free 6-Wk Enrichment Program for Kids

It’s not too late to give your kids summer structure!

Discover QVNA’s FREE Enrichment Program, Summer at Courtyard!

Our 6-week program starts June 25 through August 2
Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-2:30pm

Summer at Courtyard is open to all children ages 5-11 who live in Queen Village.

Open Registration & Program Orientation
Tuesday, June 5th at 6pm
1021 S. 4th Street 

All forms are provided on site. There is no on-line registration.
(Space is limited and lottery selection may be necessary.)

Kids will have daily reading workshops, plus weekly instruction with the Clay Mobile, The First Tee and Science Explorers. We also have trips around the city. Breakfast & lunch are included, and water ice rewards!

Now in its 4th summer, this collaborative program seeks to introduce and inspire the neighborhood’s youth to learn from the program and from each other.

Questions? please email Eleanor Ingersoll President@qvna.org