107 Lindsay St. S., Lindsay, ON K9V 2M5
Changes to office hours will be posted at the Lindsay head office location.
The BGCKL has required and optional forms and waivers for parents/ caregivers to complete prior to a participant beginning a program/ service. Please contact the Clubs main office customer service team if you have any questions on which forms/ waiver is required or the registration process. (705) 324-4493 (705) 324-4493 (705) 324-4493 or email@example.com
Please note: Forms and waivers marked "required" below must be printed, filled out, signed and brought to the first day of programming in order to participate. Hard copies of forms and waivers are available at the time of registration.
Required waivers are to be completed prior to program and then annually each April.
You can access and/or update your current registration information or create a new account on the Clubs new online registration system. Click here! bgckl.com/register If you have a current account with the Club and have not accessed the online portal please contact the office for support. You will need to ensure the Club has your current email address in the system for you to access your account online.
Children and youth of all ages are eligible for membership. The Clubs membership privileges
Annual Membership Rates are from April 1 to March 31 and prorated if purchased after April 1. All programs will be phased into the Club membership model in the next 2 years.
|Membership Type||Details||Annual Fee|
|Junior|| Lindsay Club site
(Ages 1 – 6 years)
|Intermediate|| Lindsay Club site
(Ages 7 – 11 years)
|Tween||Lindsay Club site
(Ages 12– 14 years)
|Youth||Lindsay Club site
(Ages 15 to 19 years)
|General||Licensed Child Care,
After School (Dunsford & Coboconk)
|Family Value Package||Family Value Package
The Club strives to work with families, and partners to offer accessible and barrier free services. Fees are affordable and financial support is available when needed. Programs and services are open to all regardless of race, religion, social or economic status. Link to the Club's
Accessible Customer Service Plan
The Club strives to give all customers the best possible service at every point of contact. Every decision the Club makes to improve customer service aims to not only meet but exceed customer expectations. The Club will continue to place customer needs first – every time.
Feedback about your experience is welcomed and the Club will strive to tap into resources to excell. You can offer feedback in various ways such as-
Tours are available! Stop by or Contact Us ahead of time.
The Children's Activity Tax Credit is a new, permanent refundable tax credit for parents to help with the cost of enrolling their children in eligible extracurricular activities that encourage them to be healthy and active. Parents are to claim up to $500.00 of eligible expenses per child for each children under the age of 16.
For details and to find eligible programs please visit: www.gov.on.ca
The Ministry of Finance has established the Children's Fitness Tax Credit to support children's participation in all programs that significantly contribute to their fitness. The children's fitness tax credit will allow parents to claim a maximum of $500.00 per year for eligible fees paid for each child under 16 at any time during the year.
For details please visit: www.cra-arc.gc.ca