Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the school year, RCH offers a safe and welcoming place for our community kids. We offer homework help, crafts, yoga, and a healthy snack. Most importantly, our volunteers provide a consistent, caring presence to role model how we build a community.
Tap into the boundless energy of toddlers to get your child involved in this interactive story time. This story time program will engage your child with short stories, action rhymes, songs and fun.
Children ages 3-6 are welcome with caregiver.
Success by Six – Early Learning Clubs
Become your child’s first teacher! Roberti Community House is partnering with United Way of Lake County to offer free lessons in both English and Spanish designed to help 3-5 year-old children and their parents get ready for the transition to kindergarten. You and your child will receive the training and materials, including your very own books, to continue learning together at home. Together we can help prepare your child to enter kindergarten ready to succeed!
Summer Reading & Math Camp
Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon during the summer, RCH offers a safe, fun place for kids to enjoy activities with an emphasis on reading and math. Reading themes include poetry, comics, navigating the library and special presentations. Creative math projects such as calendars and Sudoku inspire kids to work their brains during the summer months.
Roberti Community House coordinates activities for neighborhood children every Tuesday morning at the nearby Holy Family Food Pantry. Facilitated by a team of energetic volunteers and master garderners, children have an opportunity to help with the community garden sample the harvest and healthy smoothies, and participate in a variety of fun crafts and activities.
Offering one on one instruction, kids are encouraged to create age-appropriate projects. From cut & tie fleece pillows to learning how to use our two donated sewing machines, volunteers help kids develop a new interest.
Thanks to many generous donations and our dedicated volunteer librarian, our community kids are encouraged to embrace the joy of reading. We also have a “Little Lending Library” that is located in our front yard. This enables children to borrow and return books even when the community house is closed.