Enriching the lives of our youth
Rodarte Community Center
Home of the Youth Enrichment Program, the Rodarte Community Center has so much to offer!
Check out our Hard Knocks Boxing Club video, this program is one of many offered at the Rodarte Community Center.
After School Programs & Camps
We encourage youth to grow into responsible adults by participating in positive activities after school and during the summer months. Our youth activities at the Rodarte Community Center are offered free or at low cost, contact us for more information!
Recreational classes, activities and events: View the Recreation Connection magazine for a full list of programs.
Our After School Program offers activities for kids while they are on vacation from school too! Our Fun in the Snow program is usually offered during Christmas break and Fun in the Spring program is typically offered during spring break. Both programs offer activities for kids from 8am-5pm.
Summer camps are hosted each year June-August. Looking for something fun for the kids to do over this summer? We have plenty of options in our Summer Camps.
Fun in the Sun (FITS) is a great opportunity for area youth to enjoy themed activities each week throughout the summer. See what we are offering in 2018, download the flyer. Registration begins March 5-30 for those in need of financial assistance (Youth Assistance application and Free & Reduced Lunch Program qualification letter required at the time of registration). General registration is April 16-March 18.
Before Fun in the Sun offers kids an option to come to the center early, have breakfast and lunch and engage in some fun morning activities before the FITS program starts.
Have fun learning the basic techniques of boxing. We offer both a youth recreational program, where you learn the basics of the sport, and a youth competitive program, where you learn the basic skills and compete.
All competitive youth boxers must have USA Boxing Insurance which requires a $55 annual fee payable to USA Boxing. Participants must bring their own mouthpiece, water bottle, hand wraps, and towel. Age 8-17 yrs.
Monday-Thursday • 5-8pm (B Team practices until 6pm/A Team practices until 8pm)
Session I June 4-28
Registration Deadline June 28
Session II July 2-31
Registration Deadline July 31
Session III Aug 1-30
Registration Deadline Aug 30
Please call 970-350-9430 for more information.
- Adults (17+) $3
- Youth (16 & Younger) $2
- Seniors (50+) Free
- Adults $1
Adult Drop-In Open Gym
- Adults $2
- Adults (16+) $2
Open during regular business hours. Come see our 1% For Art: Para la Gente by artist Lauren Camp. Two permanent murals by the Rodarte youth and artist Joe Crowley are on display as well as an inter-generational art project by youth and seniors.
Our Youth Enrichment program promotes a positive presence in our community that aims for a reduction of criminal activities and provides recreational, educational and cultural programs for Greeley youth and citizenry.
Our community has both a role and responsibility to provide Greeley’s youth with a safe, friendly learning environment and to boost academic achievement.
Youth Enrichment takes place in the following facilities:
Rodarte Community Center
920 A Street
Anna Gimmestad Park
1710 31st Street Road
Greeley Youth Commission
Are you between the ages of 11 and 18? Would you like to serve your community and impact the lives of your friends? Serving on the Greeley Youth Commission is a terrific way to make a difference.
They meet the fourth Monday of every month at 6pm at the Rodarte Community Center.
The Youth Commission acts as representatives for the collective voice of area youth to the Greeley City Council.
Current members include: Abby Aurzada, Karly Beck, Jakob Crowell, Brooklyn Johnson, Kylie Kravig, Jaxon Liscano-Garcia, Maya Potter, Johnathan Rodasta, Bryce Sugden and Haley Wood.