Grace Jordan Community Center


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3:00-7:00 pm Monday-Friday     
Closed Saturday-Sunday

Holidays: Closed

Spring Break: 1:00-5:00 pm

Snow Days: 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Site Coordinator
(208) 854-4910

Our community center is located at Grace Jordan Elementary School near the intersection of Overland and Curtis in Boise. 

The school and community center were built on the grounds of McKinley Elementary School. Grace Jordan serves students from the former McKinley, Jackson and Franklin Elementary Schools.

The 4,000-square-foot community center, which was opened in August 2008, features multipurpose rooms for free after-school drop-in use, an art center with classes for children and adults, and a supervised teen activity center with computers, games, and a lounge area.
The center features an art & dance studio for fee-based instruction for children and adults.  

To learn more about Boise Parks and Recreation programs offered at this community center and other locations, please see the digital edition of the Winter/Spring Activity Guide. You can register online, by phone at (208) 608-7680, or in person at Fort Boise Community Center, 700 Robbins Road.

Grace2Kid City, a free after-school drop-in program is open from 3:00-7:00pm for children in grades 4-6, includes fitness and art programs, homework assistance, and a healthy snack.

Teens will enjoy an informal gathering space with cozy lounge chairs, computer stations with interactive video games, and a flat-screen TV with Nintendo Wii. Staff members will provide mentoring and life skills development for teens. The free teen center hours are weekdays from 3:00-7:00pm.

teenside.jpgAttention Teens!  TeenSide is a teenage organization that engages youth in their community through volunteer, service learning, and recreational projects. Teens meet, develop, and construct their own projects, identifying needs found in Boise and the surrounding area.

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