Joaquin Murrieta Park
1375 North El Rio Drive
Phone: (520) 792-0331
Month of October
Mon – Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm
Traditional Hours starting TBD
Mon-Fri 2:30pm – 7pm
Wed 1:30pm – 7pm
SUMMER CAMP 2021 DETAILS
All six Clubhouses are open Monday – Friday for youth ages 7-17 to serve families.
SCHOOL YEAR 2020-2021 DETAILS
All six Clubhouses are open Monday – Friday for youth ages 7-17 to serve families during this crisis.
Every Club is staffed with amazing Youth Development Professionals who are ready to support your children with virtually learning linked to their schools.
After your children complete their school days, we will engage them in recreation, arts and other enrichment activities focused on their development.
The Boys Clubs of Tucson began on November 27, 1956 when Mr. A. H. Fahringer of Boys Clubs of America met with a committee from the Lions Club to discuss organizing a Boys Club. Through the efforts of Mr. Charles Elkins and other interested members of the Lions Club, the Boys Club of Tucson became incorporated on August 21, 1957. Judge Norman E. Green became the first president of the organization. On May 21, 1958, Mr. Robert Daru donated the property that is now the site of the Steve Daru unit. The club opened its doors in June 1963 under the direction of Mr. Ray Keating and received its charter from Boys Clubs of America on November 30, 1964.
In 1988 the original Steve Daru Clubhouse was closed and a modular clubhouse was placed in Northwest Park to house club activities. In 1992 a new clubhouse was built to replace the modular building with funds donated by Frank X. Morton. The modular building was moved to Mission Park.