The City of Nelson and The Nelson and District Youth Centre will be strategically planning to safely re-open our doors with full programming to align with the Provincial Health Officers' recommendations.
Our plan will ensure the public and staff’s safety. We ask that everyone who visits the Nelson and District Youth Centre follow our new safety protocols to allow the facility to remain open to the public.
We are currently closed for evening drop-in.
We are still open for children and youth programming including; Weekday Warriors, camps, and indoor skateboarding lessons.
- Pre-registration for all programming is mandatory (we do not want to turn you away)
- Mask wearing for anyone over 12 in the facility is MANDATORY
- Limited capacity for program participants
- COVID-19 Waivers MUST be filled out before participating in the Youth centre
- Rentals and concession will be unavailable
- One parent/guardian in attendance for programming
- Jam room is closed
- The art room will be closed
- Makerspace room will be closed
Please note* that our programs are subject to change. Staff may add, modify or cancel programming at any time. Please keep checking back on www.nelson.ca for updates along with our Facebook page.
We want to thank all of you for the efforts that you have made to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, your patience, and your trust to allow us to best support your children and our community.
The Nelson and District Youth Centre has been serving young people in this city with energy and pride for two decades. The centre was thoughtfully envisioned by city council in 1997 to ....’Create a safe, accepting and empowering community where all youth can interact and access a variety of activities they need and enjoy’.
Most people know the Youth Centre features a fabulous indoor all-wheels park, but that is just a fraction of what we offer. There’s a band room, art room, dance studio, indoor basketball court, pool table, Foosball and ping pong tables - in short, a whole host of healthy activities and special programs for youth to explore and learn. The centre has grown into a place for young people and parents to gather, exercise, learn new skills or hang out with friends.
Indoor shoes and helmets are mandatory for the All-Wheels park.