Thursday, September 3, 2015

After-school activities guide

After-school activities guide

Our mission
ASAP rallies the Greater Philadelphia region in a campaign to increase after-school recreation and enrichment activities in an effort to decrease the incidence of youth violence and disseminate information on after-school programs for easy access to the public — keeping our city's youth safe and active.
After-school activities by ZIP code

19102

Markward Playground, Taney & Pine streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-6649.

Philadelphia Electrical & Technology Charter School, 1420-22 Chestnut St. M-F. 267-514-1823. ASAP Chess.

The Attic Youth Center, 255 S 16th St. The Attic Youth Center. M-F. 1-9 p.m. The Attic is a safe, supportive space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Programs emphasize life skills, training and development. The Attic also provides individual and family counseling. Contact: Guina Hammond, 215-545-4331. guina@atticyouthcenter.org,

19103

Central Library, 1901 Vine St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-686-5322.

Freire Charter School, 2027 Chestnut St. M-F. Contact: Lawrence Threadgill, 215-557-8555. www.freirecharterschool.org.

French Communication Institute, 1831 Chestnut St. After School Enrichment Program. M-F, 3-6 p.m. $60/wk. Soccer, baseball, tennis, street hockey, volleyball, football, swimming, ultimate Frisbee, basketball, French, Korean, Spanish, theater, computers, French cooking & baking, etiquette, dance, martial arts, science, photography, art, reading, homework help. Contact: Lee Corley, 215-568-7765. fciinpa@gis.net.

Greenfield School, 2200 Chestnut St. M-F. Chess (M), yoga (W), Scrabble (Th). 215-299-3566.

Philadelphia City Institute, 1905 Locust St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-6621. ASAP Chess.

Russell Byers Charter School, 1911 Arch St. M-F. 215-972-1700. www.byerschool.org.

19104

Belmont Charter School, 4030 Brown St. M-F. www.cea-philly.org Contact: Erin Aloan or Samantha Faster, 215-823-8208. Youth Golf & Academics. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, literacy and receation. Transportation provided. Contact: Jeannette Chapman, 856-756-0222. kerryan@bellatlantic.net. ASAP yoga.

Belmont Elementary, 41st & Belmont Ave. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-382-4525.

Charles L. Durham Branch Free Library, 3320 Haverford Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on Mon. & Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-7436.

Clayborne & Lewis Playground, 38th & Poplar streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-7657.

Community Education Center/CEC, 3500 Lancaster Ave. Dance and Martial arts classes. Daily 5:30-10 p.m. $6-$13/class, African dance and martial arts classes. Saturday's programming is from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday from mid-day to early evening. Contact: Theresa Shockley, 215-387-1911. cec@cecarts.org,

Daskalakis Athletic Center, Drexel University, 33rd & Market streets. SquashSmarts. M-Th. & Sat. 3:30-6 p.m. Transportation provided. SquashSmarts combines the sport of Squash with Academic Tutoring for under-served, urban youth in order to develop academic and athletic achievement. Contact: Jake Greenbaum, Katie Bicknese, 215-895-4964. info@squashsmarts.org.

Drew School, 3724 Warren St. M-F. 215-823-8204.

Family Charter School, 907 N 41st St. M-F. www.cca-philly.org 215-386-5768.

Fencing Academy of Philadelphia, 3519 Lancaster Ave. Beginner Youth and Junior Fencing. T, Th., 4:30-5:30 p.m.; Sat. 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $200 for 10 classes. Introduction to basics of fencing; students can pursue training up to top international levels. Equipment provided. Website: www.sap-fencing.com Contact: Mark L. Masters, 215-382-0293. maestromasters@msn.com,

Lee Cultural Center, 44th & Haverford Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-7655. Beauty for Ashes, Sat. 10 a.m.-noon, $25 per month, $10 registration fee. Modeling and etiquette training, life and social skills and art appreciation. www.beautyforashes1.org. Contact: Tanya L. Powell, 215-877-1515.

Leidy Elementary School, 1301 Belmont Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free Black Women In Sports, homework help, arts and crafts. Contact: Heather Stutz, 215-877-1925. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Mantua Playground, 34th & Haverford Ave. M-F. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-7686.

Martha Washington School, 766 N 44th St. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-823-8203. ASAP Chess, dance, Scrabble, yoga.

McAlpin Playground, N 36th & Aspen streets. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-7654.

McMichael School, 3543 Fairmount Ave. M-F. Book club, intramural basketball, 100 Book Challenge, indoor hockey. 215-823-8205. ASAP Chess.

Miller Middle/High School, 4300 Westminster Ave. M-F. 215-581-5509.

Powell Elementary School, 301 N 36th St. M-F. 215-823-8201. ASAP Chess.

St. Ignatius of Loyola School, 636 N 43rd St. C.A.R.E.S. After school program. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-389-0715.

Taylor's Learning Tree, 631 Holly Mall. M-F. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. $50 application fee. Arts and crafts, homework, snack, science, educational field trips music. chess. Breakfast and snack available. Contact: Felicia Taylor, 215-386-9750. tree593@aol.com,

The Parent Infant Center, 4205 Spruce St. After School Center. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Transportation provided. Enrichment/academic clubs and recreational activities. Homework assistance. Fee depends on number of days attending. CIS provider. Contact: Bonnie Hart, Lynne Piersol, 215-222-5480. bhart@parentinfantcenter.org,

University City Arts League, 4226 Spruce St. After School Art Classes. M-F. 3:30-5 p.m. Art, Music, and Languages classes (see web site for information on days and fees.) Contact: Edward Epstein, 215-382-7811. director@ucatsleague.org.

University City High School, 3601 Filbert St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-387-5100. ASAP Chess. Building With Books. Wed. Empowers students to make change in their communities through volunteer activities. Students also sponsor the building of schools in developing countries. Contact: Olanike Akanbi, 215-772-2955. oakanbi@buildingwithbooks.org.

Walnut Street West Branch Free Library, 201 S. 40th St. LEAP. M-F, 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. Mon. & Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-7671. ASAP Chess.

West Mill Creek Playground, 51st & Reno streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0186.

West Phildelphia Community Center, 3512 Haverford Ave. Caring People Alliance. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $75/wk. Art classes, computer classes, arts & crafts, open gym, peer mentoring. Subisidies available. $10/yr membership for 12 & under. Contact: Miguel Vargas, 215-386-4075. Mvargas@carring people .org. ASAP dance.

19106

Architecture & Design Public Charter School, 675 Sansom St. M-F. www.chadphila.org 215-351-2900. ASAP Chess.

Arden Theatre, 40 N 2nd St. M-F. 4-8 p.m. A variety of free classes offered including acting, musical theatre, drama shop, costume design and technical theatre. Saturday workshops available. Contact: Sally Wojcik, 215-922-8900. swojcik@ardentheatre.org,

Atwater Kent Museum, 15 S. 7th St. M-Th. 3-5 p.m. This program focuses on history, computers, homework help and exhibit design, primarily serving teens from the Charter High School for Architecture & Design. Groups of 10 or more required. 215-685-4832.

Children's Village Child Care, 125 N. 8th St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic assistance, cooking, field trips, art, science, music, sewing, poetry, movement, conflict resolution, outdoor play, building, board games, dinner, computer literacy. Government child care subsidies available for eligible families. Child care food program available for eligible families. Contact: Eileen Flannery, 215-931-0199. eileen@childrensvillagechildcare.com,

Constitution High School, 18 S. 7th St. M-F. 215-351-7310. ASAP Chess.

Independence Branch Free Library, 18 S. 7th St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on Mon. & Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1633. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Independence Charter School, 105 S. 7th St. M-F. www.independencecharter.org Contact: Jamel Henderson, 215-238-8000. ASAP Chess, Yoga.

Mastery Charter School Lenfest Campus, 35 S. 4th St. M-F. www.masterycharter.org 215-922-1902. ASAP Chess.

McCall School, 325 S. 7th St. M-F. A variety of programs including Yoga and Food Trust Education. Call for more information. Contact: Bobbie Benjamin, 215-351-7350. ASAP Yoga.

St. Mary Interparochial School, 5th & Locust streets. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-223-6872. ASAP Chess.

19107

Asian Arts Initiative, 105 N Watt St. M-F. 3:30-7 p.m. Art programs video programs (PSA's) theater program, taught by local artist. Contact: Chon Phouek, 215-557-0455. @asianartinitiative.org. Mural Arts Big Picture Program. T. & Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Rodney Camarce, 215-685-0751. Youth Arts Workshops. M-Th. 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Mural arts, video programs (PSA's), theater program, taught by local artist. 215-557-0455.

Big Picture Alliance, 1315 Walnut St. Film Workshop. M-F. The Big Picture Alliance educates youth in developing self-expression, life and job skills though communication and media arts. Visit www.bigpicturealliance.org for more information. Contact: Christian Fusco, 215-896-6045. bpafilms@gmail.com,

Chinatown Learning Center, 1034 Spring St. Chinatown Learning Center. M-F. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Group tutoring program and study skills, reading, arts and crafts, snack and computers. Fees vary; some scholarships available. Contact: Carol Wong, 215-922-4227. chinatownlc@gmail.com,

Fabric Workshop Museum, 1214 Arch St. Apprentice Training Program. T.-F. 3:30-6 p.m. Over 12 weeks apprentices will learn variations of printing methods. Students receive portfolio and career guidance from artists and FWM staff. In spring apprentices design and print a 1-color repeat fabric pattern. Application online. Contact: Lucy Lau, 215-568-1111. christina@fabricworkshopandmuseum.org,,

Holy Redeemer School, 915 Vine St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-468-7230.

Parkway Center City School, 540 N 13th St. Th. 3:30-4:30 p.m. Chess Club Contact: Brenda Shamsi, 215-351-7095. ASAP Chess.

Philadelphia Regional High School, 1118 Market St. M-F. Credit Recovery, Computer Club 215-299-3510.

Wakisha Charter School, 1209 Vine St. M-F. Tutoring, Art, Music, Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Basketball, African Dance, Karate and Swimming. Visit www.wakisha.org Contact: Donna Comrie, 267-256-0950.

19111

Carnell School, 100 Devereaux Ave. M-F. 215-537-2527. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Crossan Elementary School, 7350 Bingham St. M-F. 215-728-5014. ASAP Chess.

Crystal River Academy, 6401 Loretto Ave. After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $80/wk. Walking escort from Carnell school, Bible study, arts & crafts, games and painting. Contact: Karel Peterman, 215-744-3757.

Fels High School, 901 Devereaux Ave. M-F. 215-537-2516. ASAP Chess, Scrabble, Debate.

Fox Chase Branch Free Library, 501 Rhawn St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on Mon. & Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0547.

Fox Chase Elementary School, 500 Rhawn St. M-F. 215-728-5016.

Fox Chase Recreation Center, 7901 Rockwell & Ridgeway streets. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $100/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-0575.

Gibbons PAL Center, 6901 Rising Sun Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Tony D'Aulerio, 215-745-6465.

Global Leadership Academy Charter School, 7101 Pennway St. M-F. www.glacharter.org 267-236-1157.

Jardel Recreation Center, Cottman & Penway streets. M-F. 4-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0596.

Lawncrest Branch Free Library, 6098 Rising Sun Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on Mon. & Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0549.

Lawncrest Recreation Center, Rising Sun & Comly Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $40/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-0597.

Moore Elementary School, 6900 Summerdale Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Federation Day Care Services Contact: Maddy Malis, 215-725-8930. ASAP Chess.

Northeast High School, 1601 Cottman Ave. M-F. 215-728-5018. ASAP Chess, Debate.

St. Cecilia School, 525 Rhawn St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-725-8588.

St. William School, Rising Sun & Robbins Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-342-3369.

Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 1800 Cottman Ave. M-F. Extended Day, Extra Projects, Girl Scouts, Police Athletic League 215-728-5015. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. 215-728-5015. ASAP Chess.

19114

Christ the King School, 3205 Chesterfield Rd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-632-1375.

Hancock Elementary School, 3700 Morrell St. M-F. 215-281-2604.

Holme Elementary School, 9120 Academy Rd. M-F. 215-335-5656.

Mitchell Playground, Morrell & Crown streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9394.

St. Katherine of Siena School, 9738 Frankford Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-637-2181.

Swenson Arts and Technology Center, 2700 Red Lion Rd. M-F. Basketball, careers through culinary arts program, chess club, computer club, cross country, drivers education, health occupations students of America (HOSA), Red Cross club, student association, track and field, USA skills, work based learning. 215-961-2009. ASAP Chess.

Welsh Road Branch Free Library, 9233 Roosevelt Boulevard. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0498.

19115

Baldi Middle School, 8801 Verree Rd. M-F. Field Hockey, computer club, philosophy club, book club, fashion show, drama, ceramics/pottery, fitness, healthy cooking & robotics. 215-961-2003. ASAP Chess.

Busteleton United Methodist Church, 9707 Bustleton Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $225/mo. Arts & crafts, outdoor play, board games, home work help, computers, and science and math. Also runs 7-9 a.m. Fees vary. Contact: Leslie Spina, 215-677-9656. lspina@kinderacademy.com,

Frank Elementary School, 2000 Bowler St. M-F. 215-961-2005.

George Washington High School, 10175 Bustleton Ave. M-F. 215-961-2001. N.F.L. Play It Smart. M-F. Nationwide program for football teams that provides academic coaches to help with grades, assist with community services, tutor for SAT's and mentor to help achieve academic success. Contact: Stephen London, 215-643-4330. ASAP Chess, Debate.

George Washington Beacon, 10175 Bustleton Ave. LCFS Beacon. M-F. Contact: Faith Willoughby, 215-961-2151. faithw@lcfsinpa.org.

Greenberg School, 600 Sharon Lane. M-F. 215-961-2002.

Maternity BVM, 9322 Old Bustleton Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-673-0235.

19116

Barton Elementary, 4600 Rosehill St. M-F. Beacon Center, homework help, recreation, sports. 215-456-3007.

Boyle Playground, Kelvin & Napier streets. M-F. $20/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0367.

Bustleton Branch Free Library, 10199 Bustleton Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M,W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0472.

Comly Elementary School, 1001 Byberry Rd. M-F. 215-961-2008.

Gifford Playground, 575 Tomlinson Road, M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0377.

Klein Branch Jewish Community Center, 10100 Jamison Ave. KIDSPACE After School Enrichment Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $200/mo. Transportation provided. Swimming, arts & crafts, sports, and indoor group games. Clubs include jewelry, baking, computer class, dance, and science. (Fee with transportation: $275) Contact: Shari Beck-Nahman, 215-698-7300. sbeck@phillyjcc.com,

Lassen Early Learning Center, 10800 Jamison Ave. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. $115/wk. Homework assistance, sports, arts & crafts, music, and games. Before school care also available. Bussing available from Anne Frank, Loesch and Philadelphia Academy Charter. Contact: Sheila Stockley, 215-677-7191. stockley@felskids.org,

Loesche Elementary School, 595 Tomlinson Rd. M-F. Beacon Program: Homework help and recreational activities. 215-961-2000.

Math, Science & Technology Community Charter School, 1800 E Byberry Rd. M-F. www.mastcharter.org 267-348-1100.

Philadelphia Academy Charter School, 1700 Tomlinson Rd. 215-676-3341 and 11000 Roosevelt Blvd. 215-676-8320. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. www.philadelphiaacademy.org ,

St. Christopher School, 13305 Procter Road, C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-673-5787.

19118

Chestnut Hill Branch Free Library, 8711 Germantown Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-248-0977. ASAP Chess.

Christ Lutheran Child Center, 8300 Germantown Ave. Child Care & After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $239/mo. Homework, drama, art, character building and snack. Contact: Melissa Delaney, 215-247-1330.

J.S. Jenks School, 8301 Germantown Ave. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-248-6604. ASAP Chess.

Our Mother of Consolation, 17 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-247-1060.

Water Tower Recreation Center, 209 E. Hartwell Lane. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $30/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9296.

19119

Allens Lane Art Center, 610 W Allen Lane. M-F. A variety of youth classes and workshops including theatre, dance and Shakespeare. Call for more information or visit www.allenslane.org 215-248-0546.

AMY Northwest Middle School, 6611 Ardleigh St. M-F. Badminton, track (indoor), softball, basketball (B), basketball (G), tennis (G), volleyball (B), volleyball (G), mentally gifted/thematic project based, writing and poetry, design/crafting yearbook, vocal, instrumental, student government. 215-951-5200. ASAP Chess.

Emlen Elementary, 6501 Chew Ave. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & Crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play, math made fun. 215-221-6900.

Emlen Elementary School, 6501 Chew Ave. M-F. 215-951-4010.

Henry Elementary School, 601 Carpenter Lane. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-951-4006.

Holy Cross School, 144 E Mount Airy Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-242-0413.

Houston Elementary School, 7300 Rural Lane. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis, girls basketball, boys basketball, track team. 215-248-6603.

Khepera Charter School, 144 W Carpenter Lane. M-F. www.khepera.schoolfusion.us 215-843-1700. ASAP Chess.

Lovett Branch Free Library, 6945 Germantown Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2095. ASAP Chess.

Mount Airy Playground, Germantown & Sedgwick Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9297.

Pleasant Playground, Boyer & Pleasant streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2230.

Renaissance Charter School, 7500 Germantown Ave. M-F. 215-753-0390.

Summit Children's Program, 6757 Greene St. SAC (Summit After Care). M-F. 3-6 p.m. $320/mo. food, arts and crafts, sports, science, nature, theather, music, movement, and trips. Contact: Tina Harris, Michael Brix, 215-848-4451. summittina@yahoo.com,

19120

Clara Barton School, 4600 Rose Hill st. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $30/Registration Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science & nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. $30 registration fee. www.lcfsinpa.org Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org,

Creighton Elementary, 5401 Tabor Rd. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $35/wk. Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science & nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. $35 registration fee. www.lcfsinpa.org. Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org. Young Acheivers Learning Center. M-F. 3-5:45 p.m. $35/wk. Academic enrichment, recreation,reading, understanding homework and cultural. Contact: Gloria Navas-Stuhl/Ivy Cuervo, 215-698-2347. ASAP Chess.

Feltonville Academy of Arts and Sciences, 210 E Courtland Ave. M-F. 215-456-5603.

Feltonville Intermediate School, 238 E Wyoming Ave. M-F. 215-456-3012. ASAP Chess.

Feltonville Recreation Center, E Ella & Wyoming Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9150.

Finletter Elementary, 6100 N Front St. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $35/wk. Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science & nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. $35 registration fee Before-school program: $15/week. www.lcfsinpa.org Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org. Young Achievers Learning Center. M-F. 3-5:45 p.m. $35/wk. Academic enrichment, recreation, reading, understanding homework and cultural. Also have a summer camp for 7 weeks. Contact: Gloria Navas-Stuhl, 215-698-2347.

Franklin Elementary School, 5735 Rising Sun Ave. M-F. 215-728-5017.

Greater Olney Branch Free Library, 5501 N 5th St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2846.

Grover Washington Middle School, 201 E Olney Ave. M-F. Grover Washington Community Beacon/CORA Services, Mon-Fri 3:30-9 p.m.. Extended Day M-Th 3:30-4:45 and Sylvan Learning, M-Th 3:30-4:45. 215-456-0422. ASAP Chess.

Incarnation of Our Lord School, 425 W Lindley Rd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-457-2779.

James Lowell Elementary School, 450 W Nedro Ave. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Linda Santiago, 215-276-5272. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $30/wk. Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science & nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. 30 registration fee. Before-school program $15/week. www.lcfsinpa.org Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org. Young Acheivers Learning Center. M-F. 3-5:45 p.m. $35/wk. Academic enrichment, recreation,reading understanding homework and cultural. Contact: Gloria Navas-Stuhl, 215-698-2347.

Marshall T. Elementary School, 5120 N 6th St. M-F. 215-456-0170.

Morrison School, 5100 N 3rd St. M-F. 215-456-3004.

Olney Elementary, 5301 N Water St. M-F. 215-456-3003. Korean Community Development. M-F. 3:15-6:15 p.m. Homework help, computer lab, dance, travel class and sports activities. Contact: Michael Rapaport, 215-267-3466. mrapaport@koreacenter.org, ASAP Chess.

Olney High School, 100 W Duncannon Ave. M-F. 215-456-3014. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Rodney Camarce, 215-685-0751. ASAP Chess, Debate.

Olney Recreation Center, A & Champlost streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2889.

Our Lady of Confidence School, 6301 N 2nd St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-276-2300.

Salvation Army Citadel Corps, 5830 Rising Sun Ave. Salvation Army Citadel Corps. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. Homework help, physical education group, computer club, dance club, Christian education program. Call for fee. Contact: Monica Ning-Menten, 215-722-5447. ASAP Chess.

St. Helena School, 6106 N 5th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-549-2947.

St. James United Methodist Church, Tabor Road & Water St. Resources for Children's Health After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free activities include: homework help, arts & crafts, structured recreational and social activities, educational games and activities. Snacks provided. Contact: Jeanne Ciocca, 215-985-2541. Jeanne@phmc.org,

Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, 6th St. & Duncannon Ave. Youth Rap. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Music, photography, writing, journaling, and arts & crafts. Other students that are a part of the summer school program are welcome. Contact: Alvin Tull, 215-456-0170. ASAP Chess.

Wyoming Branch Free Library, 231 E Wyoming Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9158.

Ziehler Playground, B & Olney streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Various enhanced activities will be offered throughout the school year. 215-685-9145.

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23rd Street PAL Center, 1845 N 23rd St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Tyone Crawley, 215-684-0332.

Alliance Charter School, 1821-39 N Cecil B. Moore Ave. M-F. www.afpcs.org Contact: Lynette Rembert, 215-232-4892.

Amos Playground, 1817-59 N 16th St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2708.

Athletic Recreation Center, 1400 N 26th St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2709.

Blaine Elementary, 3001 W Berks St. M-F. 215-684-5085. ASAP Chess.

Cecil B. Moore Branch Free Library, 2320 W Cecil B. Moore Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2766.

Church of the Advocate, 1801 Diamond St. NorthStars. M-Th. 4:30-7 p.m. Students learn the historical significance of African-American art, dance, hip hop, music, rap, drumming, photography, singing, masquerades, poetry and theatrical expression, culminating in the creation of an original play each May, using oral history to film documentations and library research. Computer animation also available. Orientation begins Sept. 8. Contact: Jeffrey Hart, 215-232-4485. jhart@artsanctuary.org. ASAP Chess.

Colorado Community Center, 2243 N 20th St. Dept. of Rec. After School Program. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-232-7140.

Columbia North YMCA, 1400 N Broad St. M-Sa. Variety of programs available. Call for information. 215-235-6440.

Community Concern Day Care Center, 2721 W Cecil B. Moore Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Reading, arts and crafts, outside play, homework, sing-a-longs, games and puzzles. Fee assistance available.(CCIS) Contact: Ann Nicholas, 215-236-5024.

Daniel Boone School, 1435 N 26th St. M-F. 215-684-5080. BSSC After School Program. M-F. 3-5:30 p.m. Free Program specifically designed for middle school youth. Academic enrichment, cultural and recreational activities. Snack provided. Contact: Orien Howard, 215-978-3744.

Duckrey Elementary School, 1501 W Diamond St. M-F. 215-684-5066. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess, Dance, Scrabble, Yoga.

Francisville Playground, 1737 Francis St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2762.

Frederick Douglass School, 2118 W Norris St. M-F. 215-684-5063.

Gideon Elementary, 29th & Glenwood Ave. 215-684-5072. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play, math made fun. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

Hank Gathers Recreation Center, 2501 W Diamond St. DSF After School Program. M-Th. 3:30-7 p.m. Homework/tutoring, access to people of different professions. Health education, fitness and nutrition workshops. Field trips, computer lab and community outreach projects. SEPTA tokens provided. Contact: Monica Zimmerman, 215-457-1270. dawnstaleyfoundation@yahoo.com,

High School of Engineering and Science, 1600 W Norris St. M-F. Chess, Scrabble, School newspaper, technology team, Ping-Pong, Magic the Gathering Club. 215-684-5079. ASAP Chess, Scrabble, Debate.

Honickman Learning Center & Comcast Tech Lab, 1936 N Judson St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $25/mo. Technolgy inrichment program, homework help , Friday extra activity math and litercy program. Contact: Cindy Ferguson, 215-235-2900. Teen Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $25/per-quarterly digital video, media arts class, muliti media, journalism. (Call for more information.) Contact: Cindy Ferguson, 215-235-2900. ASAP Chess.

Kelley Elementary School, 1601 N 28th St. M-F. 215-684-5071. ASAP Scrabble.

Mander Recreation Center, 2140 N 33rd St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-3894. Healthy Choices After School. M-F. 3-6 a.m Teaching kids healthy lifestyles; Nutrition education, healthy cooking, and physical activities. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Patty McCole, 215-685-3894. tatiana@epralliance.org. ASAP Chess.

Martin Luther King Recreation Center, 2101 Cecil B. Moore Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2733.

Meade Elementary School, 1600 N 18th St. M-F. 215-684-5062.

Montgomery Townhouses, 20th & Berks St. Montgomery Garden Club. M&F. 4-6 p.m. Gardening, environmental education, vacant lot reclamation, horticulture & farming. Contact: Skip Wiener, 215-877-7203. skip@urbantreeconnection.org,

Morris Elementary School, 2600 W Thompson St. M-F. 215-684-5087.

New Freedom Theatre, 1346 N Broad St. Performing Arts Training Program. Tu&Sa. 4:30-7:30 p.m. $900/October til May Game oriented educational enrichment — creative dramatics for pre-school & pre-teen. Acting, dance, vocal arts for teens & adults. Sat 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (preteens and preschoolers) Adults 6:30-9:30 p.m., T&Th. Contact: Patricia Hobbs, 215-765-2793. p.hobb@freedomtheatre.org,

Reynolds Elementary School, 1429 N 24th St. M-F. Chess, Scrabble, computer club (T-Th) Contact: Cheryl R. Hackett, Principal, 215-684-5061. ASAP Chess.

Smith Memorial Playground, 33rd & Oxford streets. Let's Have Fun. T&Th. 3:30-5 p.m. An after school program which encourages children to just play. Activities are led by Smith staff and interns, and include running games, tag, football, soccer, board games and card games. Contact: Tiffany Murphy, 215-765-4325. info@smithplayhouse.org,

Vaux School, 2300 Master St. 215-684-5068. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor Play, math made fun. 215-221-6933. ASAP Chess.

William Dick Elementary School, 2498 W Diamond St. CISP Beacon. M-Th. 3:30-8 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Jacquelyn Neal, 215-684-5081.

Women's Christian Alliance, 1722 Cecil B. Moore. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free Tutoring, mentoring, computer lab and other enrichment activiites. Contact: Connie Hatchett, 215-236-9911. chatchet@wcafamily.org,

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8th & Diamond Playground, N 8th & Diamond streets. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2761.

Al-Asqa, 1501 Germantown Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-765-7786.

City Wide Youth Leadership, 910/930 W Cecil B. Moore Ave. Project Reach 2000. M-Sa. 3-6 p.m. Free Mentoring, tutoring, leadership training, career training, community services and intramural sports league. Saturday hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Contact: William Mackey, 215-765-5504. moekennedy@hotmail.com,

Cruz Recreation Center, 6th & Master streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2759. Wordsworth Human Services. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $85/yearly. Snacks, trips, arts & crafts,studies,cultural art, violence prevention. Academic, homework help, monthly birthday parties, dance classes, holiday celebrations. Contact: Grace Diaz, 215-763-1420. ASAP Chess.

Dot'n Ray Inc., 1114 W Berks St. Anderson Hall. The Greatest Philadelphia Performing Arts. W. 6-8 p.m. 50 students will learn about skin and hair care and will be consulted on beauty and imaging. Students will also participate in performing arts production activities. Contact: Bonnie Harmon, 215-204-1993. bonnieharmon@hotmail.com,

Dunbar Elementary School, 1750 N 12th St. M-F. Enrichment Activities: dance, drill team, art, homework assistance, "Rights of Passage", Jr. Fire Patrol, "Black Women in Sports," "Phenomenal Young Women," choir. 215-648-5065. ASAP Chess.

Elverson Middle School, 2118 N 13th St. M-F. 215-684-5091. ASAP Chess, Dance.

Ferguson Elementary School, 2000 N 7th St. M-F. 215-684-5092. ASAP Chess.

H&S Learning Center, 1217 N Hancock St. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. $20/wk. Arts enrichment, career preparation, civic and community engagement, conflict resolution, fitness and dance, homework help, life skills training, peer or adult mentoring, reading and literacy programs, tutoring. Sliding fee scale. Contact: Rev. Johnson, 215-739-1306.

Hancock Playground, 147 Master St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9886. ASAP Chess.

Hancock/St. Johns, 1217 N Hancock St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-739-1306.

Harrison Elementary School, 1012 W Thompson St. M-F. 215-684-5067.

Ludlow Elementary School, 6th and Master streets. 215-684-5060. Ludlow Youth Community Center. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $85/school year. Academic, recreation, and cultural. Contact: Irma Diaz, 215-765-0237.

McKinkley Elementary School, Orkney & Diamond St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free Homework help, trips, recreation. Contact: William Ngnganga, 215-291-4896. wnagnga@nscaphilly.org. Norris Square Civic Association. M-F. We promote the development of leadership skills and responsibilities, and support the development of positive behaviors and academic performance. Programs encourage parental involvement. 215-291-6320. ASAP Chess.

Moffet Elementary School, 127 W Oxford St. M-F. 215-291-4721.

Norris Homes, 11th and Berks streets. Temple University Homework Plus Program. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. Free recreation, homework help and technology. Ends at 5 p.m. on Wed. Contact: Nacy Rothman, 215-684-1544. ASAP Dance.

Norris Square Civic Association, 2011 N Mascher St. NSCA Child Care Center. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic, recreation, and cultural programming. Call for fee, transportation information. Contact: William Nganganga, 215-634-2251. wnganga@nscaphilly.org,

Penrose Playground, 1101 W. Susquehanna Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-2711.

R.W. Brown Community Center, 1701 N 8th St. Caring People Alliance. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $65/wk. Tutoring, computers, art, sports, athletics, swimming. Subisidies available. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Kya Robinson, 215-763-0900. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

St. Malachy School, 1419 N 11th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-423-8834.

Temple University Anderson Hall, 11th Berks St. Young Fathers United. W. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Free increase understanding of child bearing and provide peer support. Network for young fathers. Contact: Tyrone Jessie, 215-575-7252. tjessie@idaay.org. Male Rites-of -Passage. M. 6-9 p.m. Free. Training courses, life skill courses for young men. Contact: Yumy Odom, 215-204-8171. todomrob@temple.edu. Female Rites-Of-Passage, T. 7-9 p.m. Training courses and life skills courses for young women. Contact: Bonnie Harmon, 215-204-8171.

Temple University, Gladfelter Hall, 1115 W Berks St. The Temple Youth VOICES Project. T&Th. 4-6:30 p.m. Engages youth in civic issues through research, community outreach, and media production. Program starts Sept. 25. Inquiries welcome year-round. Contact: Catie Cavanaugh, 215-204-2007. catiec@temple.edu,

Temple University's Pearson Hall, Broad & Montgomery St. Main Program. Sat. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $100/enrollment. Explore Black history roots, examine trends in minority communities, leadership training, personal and financial management, and college preparation. Workshop runs for 29 weeks October through May. Contact: Archye Leacock, 215-572-7210.

William McKinley Elementary School, 2101 N Orkney St. 215-291-4702. Mural Arts, Tu&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Rodney Camarce, 215-685-0751.

William Penn High School, Broad & Master streets. 215-684-5900. Project REACH 2000. M-F. Free Academic, recreation and cultural. Contact: William Mackey, 215-765-5504.

Young Scholars Charter School, 1415 N Broad St. M-F. 215-232-9727. www.phillyscholars.org

YouthBuild Charter School, 1231 N Broad St. M-F. Contact: Hiram Golson-El, Dean of Students, 215-627-8671. www.youthbuildphilly.org

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Althea Gibson Community Education and Tennis Center, 1000-38 W Girard Ave. Community Education and Tennis Program. M-Th. 3-6:30 p.m. $50/mo. Science exploring, health, nutrition, reading, graphic arts, chess, tennis & nutrition programs. Contact: Bronal Harris, 215-232-7404. bharris@altheagibsoncenter.org. ASAP Dance, Scrabble.

Bodine High School, 1101 N 4th St. 215-351-7332. Building With Books. T. 2:30-4:30 p.m. Students make positive change in their communities through volunteer activities. Students also sponsor the building of schools in developing countries. Contact: Olanike Akanbi, 215-772-2955. oakanbi@buildingwithbooks.org. ASAP Debate.

East Poplar Playground, 800 N 8th St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-1786.

Fairmount Unit @ PHA North, 1100 Poplar St. Fairmount Boys & Girls Club. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Leila Macbeth, 215-684-2519.

FolkArts-Cultural Treasures Charter School, 1023 Callowhill St. M-F. Contact: Debbie Wei, 215-569-2600.

Kearny Elementary School, 601 Fairmount Ave. M-F. 215-351-7343. ASAP Chess.

Laboratory Charter School, 800 N Orianna St. M-F. 215-574-1680.

Leadership Learning Partners Charter School, 910 N 6th St. M-F. 215-627-7434. www.leadershiplpacademy.org

Mathematics, Civics & Sciences Charter School of Philadelphia, 447 N Broad St. M-F. 215-923-4880. www.mcscs.org

Northern Liberties Recreation Center, 321 Fairmount Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-686-1785.

Rodriguez Branch Free Library, 600 W Girard Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1768. ASAP Chess, Yoga.

Salvation Army Temple Community Center, 1340 N Brown St. The Salvation Army Learning Zone. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Call for fee. Contact: Christine DeJesus, 215-825-4618.

Spring Garden School, 12th & Melon St. 215-684-5070. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. 215-684-5070.

St. Peter the Apostle School, 1009 N 5th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-476-5828.

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Carmella Playground, Tulip & Wakeling streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1235.

Community Academy of Philadelphia, 1100 E Erie Ave. M-F. 215-533-6700. www.communityacademy.org. ASAP Chess.

Edmunds School, 1197 Haworth St. M-F. 215-537-2520.

Ferko Playground, E J & Cayuga streets. M-F. 2:45-6 p.m. $66/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1224.

First Philadelphia Charter School, 4300 Tacony St. M-F. Contact: Stacey Cruise-Clarke, 215-743-3100. www.firstphiladelphiacharter.org. ASAP Chess.

Frankford Branch Free Library, 4634 Frankford Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1473.

Frankford High School, 5000 Oxford Ave. M-F. 215-537-2519. ASAP Debate.

Grace Trinity Day Care, 5200 Oxford Ave. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. $90/wk. Homework, outside play, crafts. Before school care also available. Contact: Dr. Kumar, 215-535-3885. revsoans@verizon.net,

Harding Middle School, 2000 Wakeling St. M-F. CasaStart, Caraella Playground. 215-537-2528.

Holy Innocents School, 1312 E Bristol St. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-743-5909.

Hopkinson School, 4001 L St. M-F. 215-537-2526. ASAP Chess.

Houseman Recreation Center, Summerdale & Godfrey streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-1240.

Lauretha Vaird Boys & Girls Club, 4800 Whitaker Ave. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Jasmine Gutierrez, 215-457-8480.

Marshall Elementary School, 4500 Griscom St. M-F. Drama: Tuesday 3:15-4 p.m.; Math games: Thursday - 3:15-4 p.m.; Science Through Literature: Tuesday - 3:15-4 p.m.; Boy Scouts: Friday - 3:15-4 p.m. 215-537-2521.

McVeigh Recreation Center, E D & Ontario streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9896.

NE Frankford Boys & Girls Club, 1709 Kinsey St. NE Frankford Boys & Girls Club. M-F. 7-6 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Keia Carter, 215-743-7515.

Northwood Academy Charter School, 4621 Castor Ave. M-F. 215-289-5606. ASAP Chess.

Pathway Church, 4837 Frankford Ave. Leadership Network of Philadelphia. M-F. Comprehensive after school program. Computer labs built in all sites. Visit www.lnop.org for more info. Contact: Lynette Goran, 215-927-7781. surinity@aol.com,

Piccoli Playground, Castor & Cayuga streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1249.

Police Memorial PAL Center, 4253 Frankford Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Discount for families Contact: P/O Marcus Allen, 215-289-2569.

Salvation Army Northeast Community Center, 4344 Frankford Ave. Salvation Army After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, sports and computer classes, arts & crafts, snacks provided. Call for fee. Contact: Fawn Denlinger, 215-288-3311.

Smedley Elementary School, 1790 Bridge St. M-F. 215-537-2523.

St. Lucy Day School for Visually Impaired, 4251 L St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-289-4220.

St. Martin of Tours School, Roosevelt Blvd. & Sanger St. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-533-3050.

Stearne Elementary School, 1655 Unity St. M-F. 215-537-2522. ASAP Chess.

Sullivan Elementary, 5300 Ditman St. 215-537-2524. Boys & Girls Club Extension Site. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Vicky Visconto, 267-539-5848.

Adaire School, 1300 E Palmer St. M-F. 215-291-4712.

Brown Elementary, 1946 E Sergeant St. M-F. 215-291-4717.

Cione Playground, 2600 Aramingo & Lehigh Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9880.

Douglas High School, 2700 E Huntingdon St. M-F. 215-291-4705.

Fishtown Community Branch Free Library, 1217 E Montgomery Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9990.

Fishtown Recreation Center, E Montgomery & Girard Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9885.

Hackett Elementary School, 2161 E York St. M-F. Homework club, garden club, games club, and computer club. 215-291-4706.

Kensington Culinary Arts High School, 2463 Emerald St. M-F. Credit recovery (T/Th), Journalism (M/Th), Leadership Development (M/T/Th), Mural Arts (M/T,W), Senior Project Research (T), Sustainability Circle (T) monthly, Yearbook (T). Call for more information. Contact: Reuben L. Yarmus, 215-291-5185. ryarmus@phila.k12.pa.us.

Kensington High School, 2051 E Cumberland St. 215-291-5010. Outdoor Leadership Force. M-F. 3:15-5:15 p.m. Free. Combine academic science learning with outdoor skills such as hiking, climbing, orienteering and camping and helping with community garden. Leadership and service learning also included.(check web site for days) Contact: Chirstel Aviles, 215-231-9810. office@woodrockinc.org. ASAP Chess.

Mariana Bracetti Academy Charter School, 2501 Kensington Ave. M-F. 215-291-4436. www.mbacs.org. ASAP Chess.

Penn Treaty Middle School, 600 E Thompson St. M-F. 215-291-4715.

St. Anne School, E Cedar & Tucker streets. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-634-4231.

Towey Playground, N Howard & Berks streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9892.

Visitation School, 300 E Lehigh Ave. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. Contact: Sr. Dolores Egner, 215-634-7280.

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Ellwood Elementary School, 6701 N 13th St. M-F. 3:15-6 p.m. Oak Lane Presbyterian after school program. 215-276-5286.

Morris Estate Recreation Center, 1610 E Chelten Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2891.

NIA Head Start, 6801 N 16th St. Foundations, Inc. M-Th. 3:15-5:15 p.m. Free Snack, recreation, learning centers, and enrichment activities through field trips, guest speakers, projects, and special events. Must attendent school to register. Contact: Ronda Silbermann, 888-977-5437. dbundrige@foundationsinc.org.

Oak Lane Branch Free Library, 6614 N 12th St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2848.

Rowen Elementary School, 6841 N 19th St. After School Program. M-F. In addition to EducationWorks, Rowen offers gifted program (W-Th), chess (Th), scrabble (T/W), reading olympics (T/W) and bells (W). Contact: Marva Jordan, 215-276-5251. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

St. Benedict PAL Center, 6300 Garnet St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Kraig Henry, 215-924-2361.

Wagner Middle School, 1701 Chelten Ave. 215-276-5252. IDAAY Beacon Center. M-F. 3-8:30 p.m. Free Transportation Provided. Homework help, group tutoring, computer classes, healthy life styles, arts and drama, recreation. Workshops run for 8-12 weeks. Snack provided. Also open on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact: Carlane Gregory, 215-276-5354. aspence@idaay.org.

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Dobson School, 4667 Umbria St. M-F. 215-487-4460.

Holy Child Catholic School, 242 Hermitage St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-487-2796.

NorthLight Community Center, 175 Green Lane. Kid Zone After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $37/day $19/half day, Contact: Art Verbrugghe, 215-483-4800. averbrugghe@northlightcommunitycenter.org.

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Andorra Branch Free Library, 705 E Cathedral Rd. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2552.

Cook-Wissahickon Elementary School, 201 E Salaignac St. M-F. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Arts & crafts, tennis, football clinic, cooking, homework help. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-487-4463.

Green Woods Charter School, 8480 Hagy's Mill Rd. M-F. 215-482-6337. www.greenwoodscharter.org.

Hillside Recreation Center, 201 Fountain St. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. $20/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2595.

Immaculate Heart of Mary School, 815 Cathedral Rd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. 215-482-2029.

Kendrick Recreation Center, 5800 Ridge Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2584.

Lankenau High School, 201 Spring Lane. M-F. Baseball, softball, track & field, extended day, Drill Team w/Germantown High. 215-487-4465.

Levering Elementary School, 6000 Ridge Ave. M-F. 215-487-4462. ASAP Chess.

Roxborough Branch Free Library, 6245 Ridge Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2550.

Roxborough High School, 6498 Ridge Ave. M-F. 215-487-4464. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Roxborough YMCA, 7201 Ridge Ave. M-F. Variety of programs available. Call for information. 215-482-3900.

Saul High School, 7100 Henry Ave. M-F. 215-487-4467.

Walnut Lane Golf Course, 800 Walnut Lane. The First Tee of Philadelphia. M-Sa. The First Tee provides learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf. Contact: Jeff Middleton, 215-462-2808. jmiddleton@impactservices.org.

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Falls of Schuylkill Branch Free Library, 3501 Midvale Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2093.

Mifflin School, 3624 Conrad St. M-F. K-8. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-951-4007. ASAP Dance.

Randolph Skills Center, 3101 Henry Ave. M-F. 215-227-4407.

St. Bridget School, 3636 Stanton Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-843-2828.

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Bache/Martin School, 2201 Brown St. M-F. 215-685-5074. ASAP dance, yoga.

Ben Franklin High School, 550 N Broad St. 215-299-4662 N.F.L. "Play It Smart." M-F. Nationwide program for football teams that provides academic coaches to help with grades, assist with community services, tutor for SAT's and mentor to help achieve academic success. Contact: Naran Butler-Houck, 723-213-5505. Nu Sigma Beacon. M-F. Community Safe Haven, academic enrichment, recreational and cultural activities. Call for schedule. Contact: Vincent Williams, 215-496-9300.

Clemente Playground, 1800 Wallace St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2760.

Community College of Philadelphia, 1700 Spring Garden St. ISAA. M-F. 3:30-6:30 p.m. $50/mo. Specific guidance and counseling for high school student athletes, which involves SAT/college prep, homework tutoring, and college/career searches. Sports events such as basketball showcases, football, track events, etc. are held to help students be recruited by university scouts. Also on Saturdays. Visit www.isaainc.com for more info. Contact: Fred Dukes/ Roger Glispy, 215-602-2293. fdukes@ccp.edu.

Cozen PAL Center, 732 N 17th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Vanessa Jennings, 215-232-2101.

Franklin Learning Center, 616 N 15th St. M-F. 215-684-5916.

Masterman Middle/High School, 1699 Spring Garden St. M-F. 215-299-4661. Building With Books, Th. Contact: Olanike Akanbi, 215-772-2955. oakanbi@buildingwithbooks.org. ASAP Chess, Debate.

People for People Charter School, 800 N Broad St. PFPCS 21st Century After School Program. M-F. Contact: Andrea Padron, 215-763-7060. www.pfpcs.org. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th St. & Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Friday Art Classes. F. 3:30-4:45 p.m. $120/per 10-week course for two age groups. Studio experience is appropriate to age. $150 for non-members Contact: Katy Freedland, 215-684-7590. Teen Sketch Club. W. 4-6 p.m. Application required. Contact: Barry King, 215-684-7593. Teen Authors Club. W. 4-6 p.m. Free.Program runs 8 weeks (October-December). Application required Contact: Mindy Nguyen, 215-684-7588. High School Sketch. W. 4-6 p.m. Free Contact: Barry King, 215-684-7593. bking@phillymuseum.org.

St. Francis Xavier School, 24th & Wallace streets. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-387-1749.

Waring Elementary School, 1801 Green St. M-F. 215-684-5073. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Rodney Camarce, 215-685-0751. ASAP Scrabble.

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Ad Prima Charter School, 5901 Woodbine Ave. M-F. 215-452-5580.

Baker Playground, Conestroga & Lansdowne Ave. M-F. 2:30-6:30 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0261.

Beeber Middle School, 5925 Malvern Ave. M-F. 215-581-5513. ASAP Chess.

Blankenburg Elementary, 4600 W Girard Ave. M-F. 215-581-5505. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Bluford PAL Center, 5702 Media St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O George Yuille, 215-477-4740.

Bluford School, 5801 Media St. M-F. 215-581-5502. ASAP Yoga.

Conestoga Playground, 53rd & Media streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-0146.

Discovery Charter School, 5070 Park Side Ave. M-F. 215-879-8182. www.discoverycharterschool.com.

Global Leadership Academy Charter School, 5151 Warren St. M-F. 215-477-6672. www.glacharter.org.

Gompers Elementary School, 5701 Wynnefield Ave. M-F. 215-581-5503. L.I.F.E. (Lifting Individuals For Empowerment) M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $15/wk. Program provides academic, recreational and social supports for at risk and latch-key kids, in the West Philadelphia area. Includes: track, basketball, soccer, D&A, conflict resolution, mentoring, team dynamics, etc. Contact: Andre Sawyer, 215-790-2503. mrdesspot@hotmail.com.

Haddington Townhouses, 5400 Wyalusing Ave. Haddington Garden Club. W. 4-5:30 p.m. Gardening, environmental education, vacant lot reclamation, horticulture & farming. Contact: Suku John, 215-877-7203. suku@urbantreeconnection.org.

Heston Elementary School, 1621 N 54th St. M-F. 215-581-5514.

John C. Anderson Recreation Center, 5301 Overbrook Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0297.

Laboratory Charter School, 2 Locations: 5901 Woodbine Ave. M-F. 215-452-5580. 5339 Lebanon Ave. M-F. 215-877-9880.

Mann Elementary School, 5376 W Berks St. M-F. 215-581-5516.

Mastery Charter School Shoemaker Campus, 5301 Media St. M-F. 267-296-7111. www.masterycharter.org

Methodist Services for Children and Families, 4300 Monument Rd. Methodist Services for Children and Families. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. varies Homework, cooking, basketball, computers, educational games, and Black Women in Sports. Contact: Heather Stutz, 215-877-1925.

Nelson Recreation Center/Welsh School, 3rd and Cumberland streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free Academic, recreation, and cultural. Contact: Heather Stutz, 215-877-1925. hstutz@methodistservices.org.

Our Mother of Sorrows School, 1020 N 48th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-474-4011.

Overbrook High School, 5898 Lancaster Ave. M-F. 215-581-5507. ASAP Chess.

School of the Future, 4021 Parkside Ave. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program.. Contact: Kacie King, 215-685-0751.

Shepard Recreation Center, 57th & Haverford Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1992.

Shoemaker Middle School, 5301 Media St. M-F. 215-581-4613.

St. Rose of Lima School, 1522 N Wanamaker St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-467-5430.

Tustin Playground, W 60th & Columbia Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0258.

Wynnefield Branch Free Library, 5325 Overbrook Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0298.

Wynnefield PAL Center, 2251 N 54th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Lewis Boyer, 215-878-6439.

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CB Moore Recreation Center, 2551 N 22nd St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-9755. ASAP Chess.

Dobbins Voc Tech, 2150 W Lehigh Ave. M-F. 215-227-4421.

Ethel Allen Elementary, 3200 W Lehigh Ave. M-F. 215-227-4404. ASAP Chess.

FitzSimons Middle School, 2601 W Cumberland St. M-F. 215-227-4431. ASAP Chess.

KIPP Philadelphia Charter School, 2709 N Broad St. M-F. 215-227-1728. www.kippphiladelphia.org. ASAP Chess.

North Penn PAL Center, 2423 N 27th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Must attend 2 classes a week. Contact: P/O Glen Haskins, 215-223-2246.

Pierce Elementary School, 2300 W Cambria St. M-F. 215-227-4411.

Pinckney Hill Elementary School, 3133 Ridge Ave. M-F. 215-684-5077. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Melissa Dillette, 215-684-5077.

Pratt Elementary School, 2200 N 22nd St. M-F. 215-684-5083.

Rhodes High School, 2900 W Clearfield St. M-F. 215-227-4402.

Richard Wright Elementary, 2700 W Dauphin St. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Kacie King, 215-685-0751.

Shuler Playground, 2700 Clearfield St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9750.

St. Martin dePorres School, 2300 W Lehigh Ave. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-223-6872.

Stanton Elementary School, 2539 N 16th St. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:15-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Linda Meade, 215-227-4434. ASAP Chess.

Strawberry Mansion High School, 3133 Ridge Ave. M-F. 215-684-5089.

T.M. Peirce School, 23rd & Cambria St. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Irene Marcus, 215-227-4411.

Walton Elementary School, 2601 N 28th St. M-F. 215-227-4428.

Whittier Elementary School, 3001 N 27th St. M-F. 215-227-4410.

Widener Branch Free Library, 2808 W Lehigh Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9799.

Wright Elementary School, 2700 W Dauphin St. M-F. 215-684-5076.

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12th & Cambria Playground, 12th & Cambria streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9780.

Bracelli Charter Boys & Girls Club, 2501 Kensington Ave. M-F. 4:45-9 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Godwin Natal, 215-291-4436.

Clymer Elementary, 1201 W Rush St. M-F. 215-227-8610. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help. 215-221-6900.

DeBurgos Bilingual Middle School, 401 W Lehigh Ave. M-F. 215-291-4065. ASAP Chess.

EducationWorks Early Learning Center, 3149 Germantown Ave. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

Fairhill Elementary School, 601 W Somerset St. M-F. 215-227-4406.

Fairhill PAL Center, 2601 N 11th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Cedric Jones, 215-229-0314.

Hartranft Elementary School, 720 W Cumberland St. M-F. 215-684-5088. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor. 215-221-6900. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Linda Meade, 215-684-5088.

Hunter Elementary School, 144 W Dauphin St. M-F. 215-291-4710.

Hunter Beacon, 2400 N Front St. Norris Square Civic Association. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic, recreation, and cultural programming. Call for fee, transportation information. Contact: Jacqui Lugo, 215-291-4710.

Hunter School, 2401 N Howard St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free homework help, trips, recreation. Contact: Minerva Gomez, 215-291-6398.

Julia DeBurgos School, 4th W Lehigh Ave. Providence Center. M-F. 3-5:30 p.m. $10/semester. Art & music appreciation, academic assistance, homework help, and teen mentoring. Contact: Gloria Rodriguez, 215-739-7269. center@peoplepc.com,

Kensington Branch Free Library, 104 W Dauphin St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on M & W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9996.

Lillian Marrero Branch Free Library, 601 W Lehigh Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9794. ASAP Chess.

Lighthouse, 141 W Somerset St. Mural Arts, T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Rodney Camarce, 215-685-0751.

Nelson Playground, 2500-34 N 3rd St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-9890.

Potter-Thomas Elementary School, 3001 N 6th St. M-F. 215-227-4423.

Salvation Army Germantown Community Center, 2601 N 11th St. Great Beginings Day Care and After School Program. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. Homework assistance, snacks, computer activities, arts & crafts. Call for fee. Contact: Gwen Dorman, 215-225-2700.

Salvation Army Tabernacle Corps, 3150 N Mascher St. Youth Enrichment Center After School Programs. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, arts & crafts, computer lab, sports, meal and tutoring. Call for fee. Contact: Daysi Rodriguez, 215-423-9300.

Sheppard Elementary School, 120 W Cambria St. M-F. 215-291-4711.

Taller Puertorriqueno Education Building, 2557-59 N 5th St. Cultural Awareness Program(C.A.P). M-F. 3-5:45 p.m. $15/mo. Mixed media, painting, ceramics, drawing, cartoons, Latin dance, Puerto Rican fold dancing, dramatic arts, homework club and tutoring, trips and chidren's workshops. Fee is per month Contact: Adela Rivera-Rodriquez, 215-423-6320. arivera@tallerpr.org,

Village of Arts and Humanities, 2544 Germantown Ave. Village Arts Challenge. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free visual arts, mentoring, tutoring, leadership, environmental, stepend program, community festival program, poetry, theatre, stepping, hip hop dance. Contact: Kenny Jones, 215-225-3949.

Welsh Elementary School, 2331 N 4th St. M-F. 215-291-4708.

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AMY at James Martin, 3380 Richmond St. M-F. 215-291-4172.

Bridesburg Recreation Center, Richmond & Ash streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $50/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-1247.

Carroll High School, 2700 E Auburn St. M-F. 215-291-4707.

Cohocksink Recreation Cneter, Cedar & Cambria streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-9884.

Conwell School, 1849 E Clearfield St. M-F. 215-291-4722.

Elkin Elementary School, 3199 D St. M-F. 215-291-4701.

Front Street Gym, 2076 E Clearfield St. Boxing. M-F. 2-7 p.m. $20/mo. Boxing fundamentals & discipline. Contact: Frank Kubach, 215-634-7707.

Glavin Playground, E Almond & Westmoreland streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $60/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9898.

Heitzman Recreation Center, Castor & Amber Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1244.

Jones Middle School, 2950 Memphis St. M-F. Academic support, City Year, Chess, nutrition, health. Call for more information. 215-291-4709. ASAP Chess.

Mastbaum AVTS, 3116 Frankford Ave. M-F. 215-291-4703. ASAP Chess.

McPherson Square Branch Free Library, 601 E Indiana Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9995.

Mother of Divine Grace School, 2612 E Monmouth St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-426-7325.

Nativity School, 2541 E Madison St. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-739-8761.

Pan American Charter School, 3039-512 B St. M-F. 215-763-8870.

Ramblers Playground, G & Atlantic streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9999.

Richmond Branch Free Library, 2987 Almond St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9992.

Richmond Elementary School, 2944 Belgrade St. M-F. 215-291-4718. ASAP Chess.

Rizzo PAL Center, 2524 E Clearfield St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Ernest Rehr, 215-426-6583.

S.E.A.S. PAL Center, 500 E Allegheny Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Joseph McFillin, 215-291-9680.

Salvation Army Pioneer Community Center, 1920 E Alleghany Ave. Salvation Army Pioneer Latch Key Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Help with homework, group activities, sports, children's club (spiritual). Call for fee. Contact: Robin DiSilvo, 215-739-2365.

Samuel Recreation Center, E Tioga & Gaul streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1246.

Sheridan Elementary, G & Ontario streets. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor Play. 215-221-6900.

Sheridan Elementary School, 800 E Ontario St. M-F. 215-291-4724.

St. George School, 2700 E Venango St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-634-8803.

St. Joan of Arc School, 3556 Frankford Ave. St. Joan of Arc School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-533-3210.

St. Philips, F & Tioga streets. Dept. of Rec. After School Program. M-F. The Philadelphia Dept. of Recreation offers a structured environment where children will be given the opportunity to work on homework, participate in sports, games, visual and performing arts. Various enhanced activities will be offered throughout the school year. 215-634-5222.

St. Philips United Methodist Church, F and Tioga streets. St. Phillips UMC After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. need based academic tutoring, recreation, cultural, family activities, full hot meals one day a week, snacks every day. Call for registration and fee information. Contact: Nancy Wolfe, 215-634-5980. revwolfe@aol.com,

Stanton Elementary School, 2539 N 16th St. M-Th. Communities In Schools, National School Community Corps. 215-227-4434.

Stetson Middle School, 3200 B St. M-F. 215-291-4720.

Stetson Beacon, 3200 B St. Methodist Service Stetson Beacon. M-F. 3:30-8:30 p.m. Free Comprehensive after school academic and social enrichment program that focuses on homework and tutorial assistance, social, cultural and fitness enrichment programs and activites. Contact: Diana Sanchez, 215-291-5650. ASAP Chess.

Webster Elementary School, 3400 Frankford Ave. M-F. 215-537-2525.

Willard Elementary School, 2900 Emerald St. M-F. Methodist Children's Services after school program: homework help, enrichment etc; West Kensington Boys and Girls Club after school program; Day Care for 3-4 yr. olds. 215-291-4714.

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American Legion Playground, Torresdale & Devereaux St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-8733.

Disston School, 6801 Cottage St. M-F. 215-335-5661. ASAP Chess.

Lawton Elementary School, 6101 Jackson St. M-F. 215-335-5659. ASAP Chess.

Lower Mayfair Playground, Robbins & Hawthorne streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $20/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1227.

Our Lady of Consolation School, 4816 Princeton Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-624-0505.

Planet Abacus Charter School, 6660 Keystone St. M-F. 610-617-9121.

Roosevelt Playground, 6455 Walker St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $25/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-8754.

St. Stevens United Church of Christ, 4201 Princeton Ave. Stevens Daycare & After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $90/wk. Pickup. $90 for before & after school. Contact: Rev. Soans/John Jason, 215-624-3262. revsoans@verizon.net,

Tacony Branch Free Library, 6742 Torresdale Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-8755.

Wissinoming PAL Center, 4419 Comly St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Paul Zenak, 215-744-6914.

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Brown Elementary, 3600 Stanwood St. M-F. 215-335-5650.

Forrest Elementary School, 7300 Cottage St. M-F. 215-335-5652. Too Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $30/registration. Enrichment Program for extended day students and their siblings. Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org. ASAP Scrabble.

Holme Playground, Holme & Willits. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-8793.

Holmesburg Branch Free Library, 7810 Frankford Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-8756.

Lincoln High School, 3201 Ryan Ave. M-F. 215-335-5653. ASAP Chess.

New Foundations Charter School, 8001 Torresdale Ave. M-F. Community C.A.R.E.S. Learning Center. Arts, recreation, technology, tutoring & service learning. Visit www.nfcsonline.org. Contact: Shira Woolf Cohen, 215-624-8100.

Pennypack House, 7901 State Rd. M-F. Reading Club, Exended Day, Saturday School, Art Club, Service Learning Club, Prison RecreationServices, Young Publishers Program 215-685-7750.

Ramp Playground, 3300 Solly Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 20/wk. The Philadelphia Dept. of Recreation offers a structured environment where children will be given the opportunity to work on homework, participate in sports, games, visual and performing arts. Various enhanced activities will be offered throughout the school year. 215-685-8746.

St. Bernard School, 7360 Jackson St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-624-5204.

St. Dominic School, 8510 Frankford Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-333-6703.

St. Jerome School, 3031 Stamford St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-642-0637.

Tacony PAL Center, 4401 Aldine St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O William Schneider, 215-335-4656.

Torresdale Branch Free Library, 3079 Holme Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0494.

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Bridesburg Boys & Girls Club, 2901 Bridge St. Bridesburg Boys & Girls Club. M-F. 3-8 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Cindy Sabatino, 215-743-7755.

Bridesburg Elementary, 2824 Jenks St. M-F. 215-537-2515.

Franklin Towne Charter High School, 5301 Tacony St. M-F. 215-289-5000. www.franklintowne.org. ASAP Chess.

Maritime Academy Charter School, 2275 Bridge St. M-F. 215-535-4555.

Pope John Paul II, 4435 Almond St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-535-3446.

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A.B. Day, 6324-42 Crittenden St. M-F. 215-276-5250. ASAP Chess.

Awbury Recreation Center, 6101 Ardleigh St. Awbury After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Dawn Wallace, 215-685-2895.

Belfield Recreation Center, 21st & Chew Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2220.

Day Elementary School, 1201 E Johnson St. M-F. Dance, girls basketball, drill team, choir, gymnastics, track, poetry and arts and crafts. 215-276-5250.

Hill/Freedman School, 6200 Crittenden St. F. Girl Scouts. 215-276-5260.

Hope Charter School, 2116 E Haines St. M-F. 215-336-2730. www.hopecschool.com.

Imhotep Charter School, 2101 W Godfrey Ave. M-Th. 215-438-4140. www.imhotepcharter.com

Kinsey Elementary School, 6501 Limekiln Pike. M-F. 215-276-5266.

Lewis Middle School, 6199 Ardleigh St. M-F. 215-276-5830.

Lonnie Young Recreation Center, E Chelten & Ardleigh streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2236.

Martin Luther King High School, 6101 Stenton Ave. M-F. 215-276-5253. Building With Books. W. Contact: Olanike Akanbi, 215-772-2955. oakanbi@buildingwithbooks.org. ASAP Chess.

Nia Learning Center, Inc., 7310 Ogontz Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework assistance, community services, academic enrichment, projects, snack, dinner,reading program, black history, martial arts, dance, rock climbing, gymnastics, arts & crafts, handicrafts, character development, bowling, skating, drama, sports, trip leadership development, chess clubs, laser tag games, CCIS, DHS, DPW welcome. Transportation available. Contact: Carol Lloyd, 215-224-5805. tomotivateandeducate@netzero.com,

Pastorius Elementary School, 5650 Sprague St. M-F. Choir, track, and basketball. 215-951-4008.

Pennypacker Elementary School, 1858 E Washington Lane. M-F. 215-276-5271.

Simons Recreation Center, 7200 Woolston St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-3551.

St. Athanasius-Immaculate Conception School, 7105 Limekiln Pike. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-424-5045.

West Oak Lane Branch Free Library, 2000 Washington Lane. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0298.

West Oak Lane Charter School, 7115 Stenton Ave. M-F. 215-927-7995. www.wolcs.org

West Oak Lane PAL Center, 7105 Limekiln Pike. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Andre Epps, 215-924-6193.

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Anti Drugs and Alcohol Crusaders, Inc., 50-52 N 52nd St. Anti Drugs and Alcohol Crusaders. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free. Prevention, info, education, alternatives. Homework help, self esteem, music, arts, trips, literacy. Contact: Rev. Myrtice Sermons, 215-748-8727. antdrug@msn.com,

Daroff Elementary School, 5630 Vine St. M-F. 215-471-2905. ASAP Chess.

Haddington PAL Center, 5501 Market St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Darryl Johnson, 215-474-3635.

Hamilton Elementary School, 5640 Spruce St. Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc. After School Enrichment Academy. M-Th. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Students participate in a wide array of comprehensive and integrated activities that help them develop academically, socially, culturally, and emotionally. Contact: Sheila Colson, 215-471-2911. ASAP Chess, Yoga.

Hamilton School, 5640 Spruce St. M-F. 215-471-2911.

Haverford Branch Free Library, 5543 Haverford Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1964.

Lea School, 4700 Locust St. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-471-2915.

Leidy Elementary School, 1301 Belmont St. M-F. 3:04-4:04 p.m. Chess (W), Scrabble (T), robotics (M/F), art club (T), computer club (W) Contact: Lorna Horsey, Principal, 215-581-5500.

Locke Elementary School, 4550 Haverford Ave. M-F. 215-823-8202.

Mill Creek Playground, 44th & Aspen streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $30/registration. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0260.

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 5732-36 Race St. After School Music Program. M-F. 4-6 p.m. $50. Music appreciation curriculum. Registration fee. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for those playing string instruments. Tuesday and Thursday for those playing brass instruments. Contact: Vincent Coles, 215-686-9779. vincent.coles@phila.gov,

Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, 344 N Felton St. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-334-0584.

Parkway West, 4901 Chestnut St. M-F. 215-471-5007. ASAP Chess.

Pearl Street Children's Farm, 55th & Pearl St. Pearl Street Children's Farm. Tu&Th. 4-5:30 p.m. Gardening, environmental education, vacant lot reclamation, horticulture & farming. Contact: Suku John, 215-877-7203. suku@urbantreeconnection.org,

Rhoads Elementary School, 4901 Parrish St. 215-581-5504. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Free Academic, recreation, and cultural. Contact: Heather Stutz, 215-877-1925. ASAP Chess.

Salvation Army West Phila. Community Center, 5501 Market St. West Philadelphia Learning Zone. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Computer classes, homework assistance, free play in gym, snacks, and Police Athletic League (PAL) activities. Call for fee. Contact: Lt. Lewis, 215-474-1010.

Sayre High School, 5800 Walnut St. M-F. 215-471-2904.

Sayre-Morris Recreation Center, 5835 Spruce St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1994. ASAP dance.

Sulzberger Middle School, 4725 Fairmount Ave. M-F. 215-581-5510. ASAP dance, Scrabble, yoga.

West Philadelphia High School, 4700 Walnut St. M-F. 215-471-2902.

West Philadelphia Regional Branch Free Library, 125 S 52nd St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-7422.

West Philadelphia YMCA, 5120 Chestnut St. M-F. Variety of programs available. Call for information. 215-476-2700. ASAP Chess.

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Adolescence Violence Reduction Partnership (AVRP), 3414-26 N. Mascher St. Boys & Girls Club Extension Site. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information. Contact: Elizabeth Silva, 215-426-7880.

Antonia Pantoja Charter School, 4101 N American St. M-F. 215-455-2300.

Bethune Elementary, 3301 Old York Rd. M-F. Multi-media mentoring program incluing art club, word games, literacy, chess. Contact: Mr. Porter or Mr. Jackson, 215-227-4433. ASAP Chess.

Cayuga Elementary, 5th & Cayuga streets. M-F. 215-456-3167.

Cleveland Elementary, 3701 N 19th St. M-F. 3:09-6:09 p.m. 215-227-4415. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

Cramp Elementary School, 3449 N Mascher St. M-F. 215-291-4704. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Maria Garcia, 215-426-7800.

Edison/Fareira High School, 151 W Luzerne St. M-F. Student Council, Gift of life organ tissue transplant awareness, Junior class comm, Senior class comm, CCAP, DECA, FBLA, Skill USA VICA, Opportunities in healthcare (Temple). 215-324-9440.

DeHostos Community Bilingual Charter School, 4322 N 5th St. M-F. Contact: Evelyn Lebrón, 215-455-2300. www.hostoscharterschool.org. ASPIRA/HOSTOS After School Programs. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 6 "Success Clubs": reading, math & career, science & career, self discovery, recreational play. Includes one on one tutoring, educational and culturally rich programming and trips and other full day activities are planned for the students. M,T&Th (3-6 p.m.), Wed. (1:15-6 p.m.), Fri. (3-5 p.m.) Contact: Miguel Melendez, 215-455-1300. mmelendez@aspirapa.org. ASAP Chess.

Gillespie Middle School, 1801 W Pike St. M-F. 215-227-4409. ASAP Chess.

Gratz High School, 1798 W Hunting Park Ave. M-F. 215-227-4408. ASAP debate.

Hunting Park CDC, 3961 N 9th St. City STARS. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 40/mo. Afterschool/out of school program for youth grades 1-12. Our program focuses on academic enrichment, recreational and community service activities. Contact: Natasha Acheampong, (610) 226-2300. natasha_acheampong@hotmail.com,

Hunting Park Recreation Center, 9th & Hunting Park. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9153.

Kenderton Elementary School, 1500 W Ontario St. M-F. 3:15-5 p.m. EducationWorks Contact: Shameka Canty, 215-227-4412. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

Lenfest Center, 3890 N 10th St. SquashSmarts. M-Th&Sa. 3:30-6 p.m. Transportation provided. SquashSmarts combines the sport of Squash with academic tutoring. Contact: Tariem Burroughs,, 215-221-6860. info@squashsmarts.org.

Lenfest PAL Center, 3890 N 10th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Phyliss Young, 215-228-2024.

McClure Elementary School, 600 W Hunting Park Ave. M-F. 215-456-3001. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $25/wk. Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science and nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. $20 registration fee. www.lcfsinpa.org Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org.

Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School, 4666-68 N 15th St. M-F. us 215-457-6666. www.macs.k12.pa.

Munoz-Martin Elementary School, 3300 N 3rd St. M-F. 215-291-8825.

New Creation Community Center/Centro Nueva Creacion, 185 W Tioga St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Homework help, art classes, service learning, free play. Contact: Education Director, 215-426-8762. execdir@centronueva.org,

New Harvest Family Worship Center, 2218 W Ontario St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, workshops, recreational and social activities. Contact: Jackie Swann, 215-229-9502.

Nicetown Boys & Girls Club, 18th & Hunting Park Ave. Nicetown Boys & Girls Club. M-F. 3-8 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Michelle Dawkins, 215-229-8900. ASAP Scrabble.

Nicetown PAL Center, 1907 W Tioga St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Michael Ragucci, 215-225-7121.

Nicetown-Tioga Branch Free Library, 3720 N Broad St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9790.

Nueva Esperanza Academy Charter School, 301 W Hunting Park Ave. M-F. 215-457-3667. www.neacademy.org. ASAP Chess, debate.

Porter's Day Care and Educational Center, 1434 Belfield Ave. Porter's After School Programs. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic, recreation, and cultural. Fee varies. Accepts day care subsidies. Contact: Deborah Greasham, 215-329-2300. ddavis3347@aol.com,

Project Mercy, 3528 N 19th St. Project Mercy Before and After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $65/bi-weekly. Homework help, educational enrichment, Arts & Craft creative dancing, computer class, karate classes. Contact: Barbara Coleman, 215-225-1920. bcoleman@mercyneighbors.org,

Rivera PAL Center, 3201 N 5th St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Efran Riveria, 215-423-8551.

Rivera Recreation Center, 3201 N 5th St. M-F. 2:45-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9887.

Roberto Clemente Middle School, 122 W Erie Ave. M-F. 3:10-6:10 p.m. 215-291-5400.

Schmidt Playground, W Howard & Ontario streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9895.

St. Hugh of Cluny School, 3501 N Mascher St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-634-3060.

St. Veronica School, 3521 N 6th St. C.A.R.E.S. After Schooll. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-225-1575.

Steel Elementary School, 4301 Wayne Ave. M-F. 215-456-3008. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-221-6900. ASAP Chess.

Stenton Park Rec Center, 17th & Courtland streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9147.

Taylor Elementary School, 3698 N Randolph St. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-227-4435.

TrueBright Science Academy Charter School, 3821-3833 N Broad St. M-F. www.truebright.org 215-225-1437.

Wayne Avenue Boys & Girls Club, 4223 Wayne Ave. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Andrea Randolph, 215-324-6433.

Zion Community Center, 3601 N Broad St. Stars Program. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. $35/annually. Tutoring in math and reading, arts & crafts, trips, snacks, computer skills enrichment, science, cultural trips and other fun activities. Contact: Paul Turner, 215-223-8577. Entrepreneur Program. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. $35/annually. Provides kids with opportunities to learn to manage a small business, how to save, budget and think imaginatively in business. Discount for more than one child in a family ($50 for two, $75 for three) Contact: Paul Turner, 215-223-8577.

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Bartram High School, 2401 S 67th St. M-F. 215-492-6450.

Bartram Beacon Community Center, 67th and Elmwood Ave. Presbyterian Children's Village After School. M-F. 3-8:30 p.m. Homework, educational, sport, arts and crafts. Other youth oriented programs unitl 8 p.m. Contact: Lillian Hood, 215-492-6366.

Catherine Elementary School, 6600 Chester Ave. M-F. 215-727-2155. Presbyterian Children's Village After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework assistance, academic enrichment, sports, arts and crafts, social skills building. Contact: Sharice Simmons, 215-730-2296.

J. Finnegan Playground, 69th & Grovers streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-4191.

McCreesh Playground, 6744 Regent St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $20/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2696.

Morton Elementary, 2501 63rd St. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. Presbyterian Children's Village After School Program. 215-727-2164.

New Pentecost Church, 6322 Woodland Ave. Leadership Network of Philadelphia. M-F. Comprehensive after school program. Computer labs built in all sites. Visit www.lnop.org for more info. Contact: Teri Riggs, 215-927-7781. surinity@aol.com.

Paschalville Branch Free Library, 6942 Woodland Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2662.

Patterson Elementary School, 7000 Buist Ave. M-F. 215-492-6453.

Philadelphia Montessori Charter School, 2227 Island Ave. M-F. $50/wk. Contact: Caitlin Wood Sklar, 215-365-4011. cwoodsklar@verizon.net. www.philadelphiamontessori.org. ASAP Dance.

Southwest Leadership Academy Charter School, 7101 Paschall St. M-F. 215-729-1939. www.southwesternleadershipacademy.org.

Tilden Middle School, 6601 Elmwood Ave. M-F. 215-492-6454.

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48th & Woodland Playground, 1414 S 47th St. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2692.

Alexander Wilson Elementary, 1300 S 46th St. M-F. 215-823-8206.

Anderson Elementary, 1034 S 60th St. M-F. 215-471-2903.

Blanche A. Nixon Branch Free Library, 5800 Cobbs Creek Parkway. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1973.

Boys Latin of Philadelphia Charter School, 5501 Cedar Ave. M-F. www.boyslatin.org 215-387-5149. ASAP Chess.

Bryant Elementary, 6001 Cedar St. M-F. 215-471-2910. ASAP Chess.

Christy Recreation Center, 56th & Christian streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1997.

Comegys Elementary, 5100 Greenway Ave. M-F. 215-727-2162. ASAP yoga.

FJ Myers Recreation Center, 58th & Kingsessing Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-2693. Young Fathers United. Tues. 6-8 p.m. Free Increase understanding of child bearing and provide peer support network for young fathers. Contact: Tyrone Jessie, 215-572-7252. tjessie@idaay.org.

Harrington Elementary School, 53rd & Baltimore Ave. M-F. 215-471-2914.

Harrity Elementary School, 5601 Christian St. M-F. 215-471-2908. Presbyterian Children's Village After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework assistance, academic enrichment, sports, arts and crafts, social skills building. Call for more information. Contact: Sharice Simmons, 215-730-2296. ASAP Chess.

Hickman Temple, 5001 Baltimore Ave. Hickman Temple Day Care & Learning Center. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. $75/wk. Homework, snacks, arts & crafts, recreation/games, playground, trips. Contact: Althea Moseely, 215-476-5374.

Huey Elementary School, 5200 Pine St. M-F. 215-471-2901. ASAP Chess, yoga.

Kingsessing Branch Free Library, 1201 S 51st St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2690. ASAP Chess.

Kingsessing Recreation Center, 50th & Kingsessing Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $25/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-2695. ASAP Chess.

Longstreth Elementary School, 5700 Willows Ave. M-F. 215-727-2158. ASAP Chess.

Mitchell Elementary School, 5600 Kingsessing Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Presbyterian Children's Village Services. Contact: Stephanie Taylor, 215-687-5370. Presbyterian Children's Village After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework assistance, academic enrichment, sports, arts and crafts, social skills building. Call for more information. Contact: Sharice Simmons, 215-730-2296. ASAP Chess.

Myers Youth Access Center, 5801 Kingsessing Ave. South West Prevention Program. M-Th. 3:30-6:30 p.m. Free Students engage in individual & group counseling, educational enrichment including reading, writing and math, art & computer instruction, physical recreation and cultural trips. Snack and dinner provided. Contact: Joanne Jones, 215-727-7060. jjones@idaay.org, ASAP Chess.

Renaissance Advantage Charter School, 1712 S 56th St. M-F. Contact: Kya Robinson, 215-724-2343. ASAP Chess.

Richard Allen Preparatory Charter School, 2601 S 58th St. M-F. www.rapcs.org 215-878-1544.

Shaw Middle School, 5400 Warrington Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic, recreation, cultural activities, and dance. Contact: Joseph Purnell/Chartel Brown, 215-724-7430. jofepurne@aol.com. ASAP Chess.

Shaw Beacon, 5400 Warrington Ave. LCFS Beacon. M-F. School-based community center. Program includes homework assistance, arts and crafts, certified after school program curriculum, computer lab, field trips and more. Contact: Stacy MacMurray, 215-727-2291. stacym@lcfsinpa.org. ASAP dance.

Southwest PAL Center, 5900 Elmwood Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Darren James, 215-727-8181.

St. Cyprian School, 6225 Cedar Ave. Beacon. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-334-8407.

St. Francis deSales School, 917 S 47th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-467-5385.

Tucker PAL Center, 4614 Woodland Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Edward Savage, 215-382-6341.

Turner Middle School, 5900 Baltimore Ave. M-F. 215-471-2906. ASAP dance.

Woodland Academy Child Development Center, 5401 Grays Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 108/wk. Academic, recreation, and cultural.music, art,chess, drums Contact: Sharon Neilson, 215-726-6646.

Woodland Playground, 1414 S 47th St. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program.Contact: Kacie King, 215-685-0751.

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Brand New Life Christian Center, 6301 Germantown Ave. Bran New Life Christian. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $60/wk. Before school (6:30-8 a.m.) tranportation provided to school and After (3-6 p.m.) school care tranportation provided from school. Preschool services avaible all day. Subsidized accepted. Contact: Rev. Earle, Maria Palmer, 215-844-0790.

Canaan Baptist Church, 5430 Pulaski Ave. Sankofa After School Academic Enrichment Program. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $85/wk. Transportation provided. Meals, homework help, tutoring and tennis. Fee includes transportation, meals, tutoring. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Jackie Crawford, 215-848-6311. canaan5430@aol.com.

Fitler School, 140 W Seymour St. M-F. 215-951-4009.

Ford PAL Center, 631 Snyder Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Joseph Ellerby, 215-336-8750.

Fulton Elementary School, 60 E Haines St. M-F. 215-951-4005.

Germantown High School, 40 E High St. M-F. 215-951-4004.

Germantown Beacon, 40 E. High St. EducationWorks Beacon. M-F. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-951-4519. ASAP Chess, dance, Scrabble.

Germantown Boys & Girls Club, 25 W Penn St. Germantown Boys & Girls Club. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Aaliyah Lyles, 215-844-7771. ASAP Scrabble.

Germantown Settlement Charter School, 4811 Germantown Ave. M-F. 215-713-0855. www.gscharterschool.org. ASAP Chess.

Grace Community Christian Center, 29 W Johnson St. Grace After School Programs. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $45/wk. A comprehensive after school program, includes meal, golf, homework help, computer lab. Contact: Leola Highsmith, 215-848-2700.

Happy Hollow Recreation Center, 4740 Wayne & Logan streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2195.

Imani Education Circle Charter School, 5612 Greene St. M-F. www.imanicharter.org 215-713-9240. ASAP Chess.

Kelly Elementary School, 5116 Pulaski Ave. M-F. 215-951-4011. ASAP Scrabble.

Lingelbach Elementary School, 6340 Wayne Ave. M-F. 215-951-4001. ASAP Chess.

Loder Education Building, 6023 Germantown Ave. M-Th. 3-6 p.m. After school recreation and homework Contact: Amanda Park, 215-438-3677. porter@fumcog.org,

Mallery Recreation Center, E Morton & Johnson streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2234.

Mastery Charter School Pickett Campus, 5700 Wayne Ave. M-F. 215-866-9000. www.masterycharter.org.

Northwest Regional Branch Free Library, 68 W Chelten Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-2150.

Paley PAL Center, 5330 Germantown Ave. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Ernest Pollard, 215-844-8417.

Pickett Middle School, 5700 Wayne Ave. M-F. 215-951-4002.

Roosevelt Middle School, 430 E Washington Lane. M-F. 215-951-4170.

St. Martin De Porres Interparochial School, 44 W Logan St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-842-1266.

Waterview Recreation Center, Rittenhouse & McMahon streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-2229.

Wissahickon Boys & Girls Club, 328 W Coulter St. Wissahickon Boys & Girls Club. M-F. 3-8 p.m. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Renee Porter, 215-438-7394.

Wissahickon Charter School, 4700 Wissahickon Ave. M-F. 267-338-1020. www.wissahickoncharter.org. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Lisa Murch, 215-685-0751.

Wissohickon Dance Academy, 38 E Schoolhouse Lane. Wissohickon Dance Academy. M-Sa. 3:30-8:30 p.m. $50/mo. Ballet, hip hop, tap dance, yoga and jazz. The fees are based on number of classes. Contact: Nancy Malmed, 215-849-7050. nmalmed@verizon.net.

Wister Elementary School, 67 E Bringhurst St. M-F. 215-951-4003.

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Association of Child Daycare Providers, Inc. 1727 McKean St. M-F. 24-hour childcare and after school programs. Fee varies by age. For more information visit www.phillychildcare.com. Contact: Monica Wright, 215-462-4775. phillychildcare@aol.com.

Barry Playground, 18th & Johnson streets. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1886.

Bregy Elementary, 1700 Bigler St. M-F. 215-952-6218. ASAP Chess.

DeSilvestro Playground, S 15th & Morris streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1598.

Dixon House, 1920 S 20th St. Diversified Community Services. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Academic, recreation and cultural. Tee golf, trips. Transportation may be available upon request. Contact: Justin Green, 215-380-1741.

Dixon Learning Academy, 2201 Moore St. Diversified Community Services. M-F. 3-6 p.m. subsidized year-round program, full day in summer with enrichment activities. Transportation may be available upon request. Contact: Delores Mills, 215-334-2662.

Edwin Vare Middle School, 2100 S 24th St. M-F. 215-952-8611. ASAP Chess.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Golf Course, 2013 E Pattison Ave. The First Tee of Philadelphia. M-Sa. 5-6 p.m. Educational programs that promote character development and values through golf. Contact: Jeff Middleton, 215-462-2808. jmiddleton@impactservices.org.

Girard Academic Music Program, 23rd & Ritner streets. M-F. 215-952-8589.

Girard Elementary School, 1800 Snyder Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Point Breeze Performing Arts/Philly MOVES. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Kimya Monroe, 215-755-1014.

Guerin Recreation Center, S 16th & Jackson streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1894.

Holy Spirit School, 1845 Hartranft St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-922-0999.

McDaniel Elementary School, 1901 S 23rd St. M-F. 215-952-8600.

Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter School, 2600 S Broad St. M-F. www.ppacs.org 215-551-4000.

Point Breeze Performing Arts Center, 1717 Point Breeze Ave. PBPAC Academy. M-Sa. 5:30-8 p.m. Classes include ballet, modern, jazz, tap, african dance, hip hop, gymnastics, acting, piano and creative movement. Fees vary, call for more information. Contact: Michelle Martin, Debrah Deery, 215-755-1014. mmartin@pbpac.org,

Preparatory Charter School, 1928 Point Breeze Ave. M-F. 215-334-6144. www.theprepcharterschool.org. ASAP Chess.

Smith Playground, 2100 S 24th St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1898. ASAP Chess.

South Philadelphia Branch Free Library, 1700 S Broad St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1866.

St. Monica Junior School, 1720 Ritner St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-467-5338.

St. Monica Senior School, 16th & Porter St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-729-3603.

St. Thomas Aquinas School, 18th & Morris streets. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-467-6262.

True Gospel Tabernacle, 1912 S 16th St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 7$5/wk. Academic, recreation, and cultural activities in a Christian atmosphere. Also available is a before school program and transportation to school. Contact: Francis Emanuel, 215-334-3343. femanuel@truegospeltabernacle.org.

US Dream Academy Learning Center, 2018 Tasker St. US Dream Academy Learning Center. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. Free Healthy Snack, homework help, computer training, healthy lifestyles, education, academic enrichment, mentoring. Contact: Lavarr Zuber, 215-940-6888. jwaddington@usdreamacademy.com.

Vare Recreation Center, 26th & Morris St. M-F. 4-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1876.

Wilson Park Boys & Girls Club, 2500 Jackson St. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Denise Matza, 215-684-0014.

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Alcorn Elementary School, 3200 33rd & Reed streets. M-F. 215-952-6219.

Arthur Elementary School, 2000 Catherine St. M-F. 215-875-5774. Michelle Cutner PAL Center. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Kevin Aston, 215-732-5292.

Barratt Middle School, 1599 Wharton St. M-F. 215-952-6217. ASAP Chess.

Barratt Beacon, 1599 Wharton St. Wordsworth Beacon. M-F. Contact: Kevin Patterson, 267-471-8884. ASAP dance, Scrabble.

Chew Playground, 19th & Washington Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $25/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-6596.

Childs Elementary School, 1541 S 17th St. M-F. 215-952-6213.

Christian Street YMCA, 1724 Christian St. M-Sa. Variety of programs available. Call for information. 215-735-5800.

D. Finnegan Playground, S 30th & Oakford streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $5/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1896.

Grays Ferry Beacon, 3225 Reed St. EducationWorks Beacon. M-F. EW provides a Safe Environment, Arts & Crafts, 100 Book Challenge, Music & Movement, Homework Help, Indoor/Outdoor Play, Math made fun, Parent Involvement, Special Events & Daily Academic Enrichment! 215-463-1430.

Marian Anderson Recreation Center, S 17th & Fitzwater streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-6594. ASAP Chess.

Pierce Middle School, 2400 Christian St. M-F. 215-875-5743.

Point Breeze PAL Center, 1599 Wharton St. Police Athletic League After School Program. M-Th. 3-9 p.m. Baseball, basketball, softball, indoor soccer, golf, gymnastics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, flag football, double dutch, billiards, foosball, ping-pong, chess, field trips, computer lab, homework club. Contact: P/O Jackie Little, 215-336-1451.

Queen Memorial Branch Free Library, 1201 S 23rd St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-658-1899.

Smith Elementary School, 1900 Wharton St. M-F. 215-952-6222.

St. Charles Borromeo School, 2019 Montrose St. St. Charles Borromeo School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-735-1475.

St. Gabriel, 2917 Dickinson St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-763-6564.

Stanton Elementary School, 1700 Christian St. M-F. 215-875-3185.

Universal Institute Charter School, 801 S 15th St. M-F. www.pics.org Contact: John Walker, 215-732-2876. ASAP Chess.

Western Learning Center, 1613 South St. Diversified Community Services. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Subsidized daycare. Contact: Angela Harrison, 215-735-1261.

Wharton Square Playground, 23rd & Wharton streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-1888.

World Communications Charter School, 512 S Broad St. M-F. 215-735-3198. www.worldcomcs.org.

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Academy at Palumbo School, 1122 Catherine St. M-F. 215-351-7618. ASAP Chess.

Andrew Jackson School, 1213 S 12th St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, tutoring, dance, fitness, nutrituion, choir, music, chess. 267-952-6223.

Annunciations School, 1150 Wharton St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-465-1416.

Capitolo Recreation Center, 9th & Wharton streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $10/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1883.

Christopher Columbus Charter School, 916 Christian St. M-F. 215-925-7400. www.cccs.k12.pa.us. Foundations, Inc. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. $50/wk. Snack, recreation, learning centers, homework assistance, and enrichment activities through field trips, guest speakers, projects, and special events. Must attendent school to register. Contact: Kathy Gibson, 215-925-7400. kgibson@cccs.k12.pa.us. ASAP Chess.

Columbus (DiProspero) Playground, 12th & Wharton streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1890.

Creative and Performance Arts High School (CAPA), 901 S Broad St. M-F. 215-958-2462. ASAP Chess.

George Washington Elementary, 1198 S 5th St. M-F. Knitting (W), Scrabble (M/F) Contact: Margaret Mullen, Principal, 215-952-6209. ASAP Scrabble.

Hawthorne Cultural Center, 12th & Carpenter streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1848. sallie.Tanksley@phila.gov,

Jackson School, 1213 S 12th St. M-F. 215-952-6223. ASAP Chess.

Kirkbride School, 1501 S 7th St. M-F. 215-952-6214.

Meredith Elementary School, 725 S 5th St. M-F. 215-351-7360. ASAP Chess.

Nebinger School, 601 Carpenter St. M-F. 215-952-6202.

Palumbo Recreation Center, S 10th & Fitzwater streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-686-1783.

Sacred Heart of Jesus School, 1329 E Moyamensing Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M,T,Th,F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-473-6030.

Shot Tower Playground, 101 Carpenter St. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1592.

Starr Garden Playground, 6th & Lombard streets. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-686-1782.

United Communities at Southwark House, 101 Ellsworth St. After School Academy. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Program offers homework assistance, tutoring, recreation, computer technology, arts & crafts, and life skills curriculum. Sliding scale fee, subisidies accepted, call for more information. Contact: Karla Howard, 215-468-1645.

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Abigail Vare School, 1621 E Moyamensing Ave. M-F. Philadelphia After-School All Stars, St. Johns, basketball, tennis, Italian. 215-952-8620.

Bok Technical High School, 1901 S 9th St. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Variety After School Programs. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Teen Lounge, arts and crafts, sports, work experience, life skills training, fun Contact: Michael Berenbaum, 215-735-0803. Bok/CSEEP After School Initiative, Sunrise High School Program, Bok/Variety Club Program, 21st Century Learning Center, Sunrise of Phila. Twilight Programs, United Communities Beacon School, 6-8:30 p.m.: ESOL, GED, High School Diploma Program, Basketball 215-952-6200. Contact: Loretta Crea, 215-952-2730. lc517@comcast.net. Sunrise High School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework help, work experience, technology training, robotics, cosmetology, sports, construction club, drama and credit recovery. Tokens provided. Contact: Loretta Crea, 215-952-2730. lc517@comcast.net. ASAP Chess.

Bok Technical High School Beacon, 1900 S. 8th St. United Communities Skills for Life Program. M-F. 3:30-6:30 p.m. Homework assistance, job readiness, career development, service learning, life skills, tutoring, bi-weekly stepends and monthly transpass. Transportation provided, year round program. Contact: Jesus Soto, 215-952-8579. jesussoto@ucsep.org. ASAP Chess.

Epiphany of Our Lord School, 1248 Jackson St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-748-2994.

Fell Elementary, 9th and Oregon Ave. United Communities Southeast Phila. M-F. 3-6 p.m. After school homework help and tutoring. Contact: Saseesa Tayan, 215-468-2872. ASAP Scrabble.

Fumo Family Branch Free Library, 2437 S Broad St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1758.

Furness High School, 1900 S 3rd St. M-Th. 3-4 p.m. Building With Books. Tues. Empower students to make positive and real change in their communities through volunteer activities.Contact: Ms. K. Mitses, 215-952-6226. Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalitions, Inc. M-Th. 3-5 p.m. Homework assistance, counseling, tutoring, college search, social and athletic services, and translations. Contact: Christine Larash, 215-476-9640.

Jenks, A.S. Elementary School, 2501 S 13th St. M-F. 215-952-6224. ASAP Yoga.

Key Elementary School, 2230 S 8th St. M-F. 215-952-6216.

Mastery Charter School Thomas Campus, 927 Johnston St. M-F. 267-236-0036. www.masterycharter.org. United Communities Positive Youth Development. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Program focuses on positive youth development. Offers after School homework help and tutoring. Spanish club, track, modeling. For student who are enrolled in Mastery Charter School. Contact: Saseesa Tayan, 215-468-2872.

Murphy Recreation Center, 4th & Shunk streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1874.

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 2329 S 3rd St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. 215-877-2727.

Samuel S. Fels Philadelphia Community Center, 2407 S Broad St. Caring People Alliance. M-F. 3-6 p.m. 80/wk. Tutoring, computers, art, sports, athletics, swimming. Subisidies available. Contact: Steve Cotilus, 215-218-0800. scotilus@caringpeoplealliance.org. ASAP Chess.

Sharswood Elementary School, 2nd & Wolf streets. United Communites Southeast Phila. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Program offers homework assistance, tutoring, recreation, computer technology, arts & crafts, and life skills curriculum. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. Contact: Emily Sowell, 215-468-6111.

Sharswood School, 2300 S 2nd St. M-F. 215-952-6212.

South Philadelphia High School, 2101 S Broad St. M-F. 215-952-6220. ASAP Chess, debate.

Southwark Elementary School, 9th & Mifflin St. The Southwark School After School Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Homework assistance, service learning and tutoring. Contact: Karla Howard, 215-468-6111. ASAP Chess, dance.

St. Nicholas of Tolentine, 913 Pierce St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-334-3777.

Taggart Elementary, 400 W Porter St. M-F. A variety of programs including Power Hour, EducationWorks, basketball, newspaper, garden club, yearbook & study island/tech club. 215-952-6228. EducationWorks. M-F. 3:09-6 p.m. Arts & crafts, 100 Book Challenge, music & movement, homework help, indoor/outdoor play. 215-221-6900. Mural Arts. T&Th. A year-long, mural-training and art education program. Contact: Kacie King, 215-685-0751.

Thomas Middle School, 927 Johnson St. M-F. 215-952-6225.

Tolentine Community Center, 1025-33 Mifflin St. After School Program. M-F. 2:30-6 p.m. $60/wk. Sports, cooking, arts and crafts. Van service provided for nearby schools. Provides sevices for full day school hours and half day school hours. Contact: Martha Dugan, 215-389-0717. mdugan621@aol.com.

Whitman Branch Free Library, 200 Snyder Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. on M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1754.

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Brightside Academy, 6000 Castor Ave. M-F. 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Full day and after school care. Transportation to and from site. Contact: Kennesha Bell, 215-289-9103.

Bushrod Branch Free Library, 6304 Castor Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1471. ASAP Scrabble.

Ethan Allen School, 6329 Battersby St. M-F. 215-537-2530.

Max Myers Playground, Oakland & McGee streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-1242.

Mayfair Elementary School, 3001 Princeton Ave. Too-Can Aftercare. M-F. 3-5:50 p.m. $30/wk. Arts & crafts, songs and musical skits, indoor and outdoor games, science & nature activities, hobby and talent activities, healthy snack, and self-discovery play. $30 registration fee. www.lcfsinpa.org. Before school additional $15. Contact: Lynn Lember, 215-276-5500. lynnl@lcfsinpa.org. ASAP Chess, Scrabble.

Northeast Regional Library Free Library, 2228 Cottman Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0522.

Northwood Academy Charter School, 6652 Bustleton Ave. M-F. 215-289-5606.

Our Lady of Ransom School, 6740 Roosevelt Blvd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-332-4352.

Solis-Cohen Elementary School, 7001 Horrocks St. M-F. 215-728-5012. Boys & Girls Club Extension Site. M-F. Broad range of programs: academic, sports, leadership, life skills, computers, service learning. Call for fee/transportation information Contact: Michael Tattersley, 267-258-2358. ASAP Chess.

Spruance School, 6401 Horrocks St. M-F. Yearbook, book making, student council, paley day care, homework club, basketball, soccer, computer, choir. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-537-2514.

St. Matthew School, 3040 Cottman Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-333-3142.

St. Timothy School, 3033 Levick St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. Contact: Stephen DiCicco, 215-338-9797.

West Philadelphia Achievement Charter School, 111 N 49th St. M-F. Contact: Stacy Phillips, 215-476-6471. www.wpaces.org

Ziegler School, 5935 Saul St. M-F. 215-537-2510.

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Dorothy Emanuel Recreation Center, 8500 Pickering Ave. M-F. 3-9 p.m. $20/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Contact: Karen Curry, 215-685-9253.

Edmonds Elementary School, 8025 Thouron Ave. M-F. Athletics run by Sycamore Tree (indoor basketball). 215-276-5261.

Leeds Middle School, 1100 E Mt. Pleasant Ave. M-F. 215-246-6602.

McCloskey Elementary School, 8500 Pickering St. M-F. 215-248-6600. Agape Community Outreach Services. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $50/wk. Academic, recreation, and cultural. Contact: Charmaine Richardson, 215-247-4770. agapemp@comcast.net,

New Media Technology Charter, 7800 Ogontz Ave. M-F. www.newmediatech.net 267-286-6900.

St. Raymond of Penafort School, 7040 Williams Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-548-1919.

Wadsworth Avenue Branch Free Library, 1500 Wadsworth Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9293.

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Calvin Presbyterian, 1401 N 60th St. Dept. of Rec. After School Program. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-877-7711. ASAP Chess.

Cassidy Elementary School, 6523 Lansdowne Ave. M-F. 215-581-5506. L.I.F.E. Lifting Individuals For Empowerment FIRST. M-F. 3-6:30 p.m. $15/wk. Program provides academic, recreational and social supports for at risk and latch key kids, in the West Philadelphia area. Includes: track, basketball, soccer, D&A, conflict resolution, mentoring, team dynamics, etc. Contact: John Jaudon, mrdesspot@hotmail.com. ASAP Chess.

Cathedral of Praise, 6400 Haverford Ave. Dept. of Rec. After School Program. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-474-6799.

Haddington Branch Free Library, 446 N 65th St. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-1970.

Harambee Institute of Science Technology Charter School, 640 N 66th St. M-F. 215-472-8770. www.harambeecs.org

Lamberton Elementary School, 7501 Woodbine Ave. M-F. 215-581-5650.

New Life Aftercare, 1993 N 63rd St. New Life Aftercare Program. M-F. 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m. $45/wk. Before and after care program. For both before and aftercare, fee is $70 plus $35 registration fee. Homework help, snacks, computers and activities. Contact: Bonita Patterson/Althea Mapp, 215-877-3440. bonnypat7@msn.com,

Our Lady of Lourdes, 63rd & Lancaster Ave. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. 215-468-0353.

Overbrook Educational Center, 6722 Lansdowne Ave. M-F. 215-581-5890. ASAP Chess.

Overbrook Elementary School, 2032 N 62nd St. M-F. 215-581-5691. ASAP Yoga.

Overbrook Park Branch Free Library, 7422 Haverford Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6pm on Mon&Wed. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-0182.

Papa Playground, 6839 Lansdowne Ave. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-0141. Sports and Learning Program. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $40/wk. Homework support, snacks, sports and arts activities. $40/week. Aid available. Contact: Jeff Bowker, 215-528-2605. jeff.bowker@verizon.net.

Rose Playground, 75th & Lansdowne Ave. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $15/mo. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-685-0180.

St. Donato School, 405 N 65th St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-748-4450.

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Farrell School, 8300 Castor Ave. M-F. 3:30-6 p.m. Youth Rap: sponsored by the Institute for Civic Values, explores social issues through art, music and poetry; Samuel Paley After School Care: focuses on recreational activities, team building and homework time. 215-728-5009. ASAP Chess.

Meehan Middle School, 3001 Ryan Ave. M-F. 215-335-5654. ASAP Chess.

Pollock Elementary School, 2850 Welsh Rd. M-Th. Chess club, choir, computer and drama. 215-961-2004.

Resurrection of Our Lord School, 2020 Shelmire St. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-742-1127.

Rhawnhurst Elementary School, 7809 Castor Ave. M-F. 215-728-5013.

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Communications Technology High School, 81st & Lyons Ave. M-F. 215-492-6958.

Eastwick Branch Free Library, 2851 Island Ave. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-4170.

Eastwick Regional Playground, 80th & Mars Place. M-F. 3-6 p.m. $30/wk. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-4193.

Motivation High School, 78th St. & Buist Ave. M-F. 215-492-6451.

Penrose Elementary School, 2515 S 78th St. M-F. 215-492-6455. ASAP Dance, Yoga.

Pepper Middle School, 2901 S 84th St. M-F. Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis. 215-492-6457.

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Decatur Elementary School, 3500 Academy Rd. M-F. Dance, basketball, gymnastics. 215-281-2606. ASAP Scrabble.

FitzPatrick Elementary School, 11061 Knights Rd. M-F. 215-281-2602.

Fitzpatrick Playground, Academy & Torrey. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-9395.

Katherine Drexel Branch Free Library, 11099 Knights Rd. LEAP. M-F. 3-5 p.m. Drop-in. Homework help, computers, library skills, enrichment activities. 3-6 p.m. M&W. Contact: Children's Librarian, 215-685-9383.

LaBrum Middle School, 10800 Hawley St. M-F. 215-281-2607. ASAP Chess.

Northeast YMCA, 11088 Knights Rd. M-F. Variety of programs available. Call for information. 215-632-0100.

Our Lady of Calvary School, 11023 Kipling Lane. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. 3-6 p.m. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. Contact: Sister Mildred Chesnavage, 215-637-1648.

Palmer Playground, Thornton & Comly streets. M-F. Recreation Dept. supervises homework, sports, games, visual and performing arts. 215-685-1249.

Rush Middle School, 11081 Knights Rd. M-F. Tutoring, homework club, computer club, Shades of Essence, art club, fitness club, intramural sports, tennis, 215-281-2603.

St. Anselm School, 12670 Dunks Ferry Rd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-632-1133.

St. Martha School, 11321 Academy Rd. C.A.R.E.S. After School. M-F. Snack, homework help, prayer time and organized activities. 215-632-0320.