Keystone youth programs offer a variety of ways for youth to build social and emotional skills, explore personal interests and learn about being a part of a community. If you stop by a Keystone youth program during one of our many engaging enrichment activities, you’ll see a mix of laughter, challenge, focus, self-expression and teamwork. Keystone staff believe these activities are critical to helping young people explore interests, develop self-confidence, build healthy relationships, learn about their community and plan for the future.
Discovery is Important for Development
Community Kids Program
Community Kids is a 21st Century Community Learning Center and an accredited program that serves youth, grades K-10, and their families living, working or attending school in the West 7th neighborhood. Throughout the year, teachers and staff offer a wealth of enrichment options that meet Community Kids participants where they are in their development. In addition to the enrichment activities below, the Community Kids program also offers high-quality academic support and tutoring help.
Enrichment Activities Offered at Community Kids:
- Weekly Second Step lessons that teach empathy, impulse control, problem-solving and emotion management
- Recreation and sports like tennis, soccer, basketball, floor hockey and swimming lessons
- Visual and performing arts such as cultural dance lessons or book arts made possible by the Minnesota State Arts Board
- Field trips to museums, zoos, sporting events and theaters
- Cooking and gardening activities
- Community service and service learning projects
Learn More or Register your Child
Register your child for Keystone’s Community Kids program. Transportation is limited to eligible youth and families.
We are grateful for financial support which helps us offer enriching opportunities for young people. Some activities are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.