Child & Youth Program

Programs span literacy development, leadership development and social support for school-aged children and youth living in the Little Mountain/Riley Park Communities. All children and youth programs take place in the community: at local schools, community centers and at Little Mountain Neighbourhood House.

These programs are funded by:
BC Gaming Branch, BC Housing, Vancouver School Board, VanCity, Kinder Morgan Foundation, United Way of the Lower Mainland, Betty Averbach Foundation, City of Vancouver, VanCity Community Foundation, and other private sponsors & Community-Schools Partnerships.

The Crew Drop-In

Free drop-in program for children and youth who live in, and around, the Riley Park area.  Play board games, WII U, Karaoke, get help with homework, hang-out, and eat a delicious snacks!

Who it’s for: Pre-Teens , ages 8-12
When: Tuesdays and Fridays from 5:00pm -8:00pm Tuesdays
Where: Little Mountain Neighbourhood House (3981 Main Street)
Cost: Free (registration required)

Registration: No advanced registration needed. New participants are asked to complete a registration form on the first day they attend the program.
Who to contact: For more info, call or email Alexis Bennett- Child & Youth Worker Children at  604.879.7104 or

Summer Camp


Elementary Literacy Programs – Brock, Livingstone and Wolfe


Explore the world of reading through fun, games, science experiments, and projects! This after-school activity-based literacy programs are for children in grades 1-3 and 4-7.

Participants play games, practice reading and writing, explore new ideas, make new friends. Older students can work on homework and get help, if needed. Snack is provided.

Who: Brock, Livingstone and Wolfe Elementary School students
September 2016 – June 2017

Brock Elementary School (Art Room):

Cost: $40 – 10 weeks

Grades 1-3 (Literacy Circle) 3pm-5pm, Mondays and Thursdays
Grades 4-7 (Homework Club) TBA



Livingstone Elementary School (Library):
Grades 1-3 (Literacy Circle) 3pm-5pm, Tuesdays and Fridays
Grades 4-7 (Homework Club) TBA



Wolfe Elementary School (Library):
Grades 1-3 (Literacy Circle) 3pm-5pm, Wednesdays
Grades 4-7 (Homework Club) 3pm-5pm, Mondays




Registration: These programs are open to children attending the three schools listed. Registration dates are announced within the schools at the end of each term. Flyers and registration forms are sent out in September, December, and March. Parents are also encouraged to register at Little Mountain Neighbourhood House.

Contact for more information: For more info, call or email Alexis Bennett- Child & Youth Worker Children at  604.879.7104 or

A huge thank you to Brock, Livingstone and Wolfe for your support of these programs.


Homework Club – Tupper High School

This program offers high school students at Tupper group and one-on-one homework help in a supportive, enriching atmosphere.

Who it’s for: Tupper High School students
Tuesday and Fridays 3:00pm-6:00pm
Ongoing during school year
Tupper High School, Homework Club Room
Just show up!
Who to contact:
Murray Anderson, Homework Club Coordinator at 604-240-8523

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Youth Council

Youth in grades 8 – 12: Get involved in your local community, gain leadership skills, plan events, build friendships, volunteer with local non-profits and have fun!

Who it’s for: Youth living in Little Mountain/Riley Park. Grades 8-12
Tuesdays 5:30pm- 7:30pm, ongoing during school year
Little Mountain Neighbourhood House – Library East
Register @ Little Mountain or show up during program time and fill out a form
Who to contact:
Children and Youth Program Manager, Jasica at 604.879.4104 ext 310

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