Youth Programs

The Fourth Place now offers a variety of Youth Programs! All local students are welcome, buses connect us to the Hanover schools, and we we offer discounts for Richmond students signing up early.

Latest News:

In Summer of 2024 we plan to offer The Fourth Place Summer Camp, which we expect to be a NH DHHS licensed Youth Recreation Camp. Kids can sign up for anything from two weeks to the full summer vacation. Registration Ends March 26.

Registrations now open for our Spring Season of After School D&D Club. Register by March 10 to save 10%. Final deadline is March 17.

Sign-up now open
for our Spring Season of After School Magic League. Deadline is March 17.

After School:

After School Clubs each meet for a single day of the week starting about 30 minutes after school ends.

Our After School D&D Club has separate Dungeons & Dragons groups that meet on Wednesdays (2:30 to 4:30 pm), Thursdays (3:30 to 5:30 pm), and Fridays (3:30 to 5:30 pm). Each group is part of an ongoing campaign with a dedicated DM who tells the story and facilitates.

Our After School Magic League meets every Friday (3:30 to 6:00 pm) to learn and play Magic: The Gathering, including weekly structured play, leading up to a final tournament the two school weeks of each season. Club membership includes a supervised structured activity every week, plus all the cards and accessories needed, and prizes at the tournament!

Buses run from Richmond Middle School to downtown Hanover near our location, and the Advance Transit Blue and Dartmouth Connector lines both stop directly in front of our building.

Sessions are offered during RMS February and April breaks, and other minor school closures, but such days are optional.

After School clubs include Membership to The Fourth Place, so kids can enjoy the Place whenever we're open, even outside of the Club schedule.


More Information:

Be the first to know about openings, new programs, and registration deadlines! If you complete our Youth Programs Interest Survey, it will help us plan future programs that work for you, and you'll be notified about all of our programs.

Financial Assistance: We want our programs to be accessible for as many people as possible, and for the Place is for everyone, not everyone with a lot of money. Richmond School families seeking financial assistance can speak with John LaCrosse. We also hope to be eligible for grants for low-income families for our Summer Camp. If you still need assistance after those options please email and we will work something out.