Summer’s Almost Here

by admin on May 31, 2016

Summer is almost here. Do you have your pool membership yet? Sign up now!

We’ve just added some special events to our schedule this summer. Be sure to mark your calendar and join us!

June 18 – Season Opening Party at 3pm. Games, races, food, fun, and entertainment. Free with admission.

Wednesdays (June 22 – August 17) – Craft time at 3pm. Take a break from the water and get creative.

July 15 & 29 – Family Pizza Night at 5pm. Don’t worry about cooking dinner – stay at the pool for pizza with friends and family. Cost TBA.

August 4, 11 & 18 – Outdoor Movie Nights at 7:30pm. Our popular outdoor movie series is back! Bring a chair and a blanket and snuggle up under the stars for a family favorite. Free! Movie titles TBA.


Wine Tasting Party

by admin on April 14, 2016

Join us for our annual  Wine Tasting Party to benefit the pool
Saturday, May 7 from 5-8 p.m.
at the Kirkland Art Center
Enjoy wine, beer, food, live music, a silent auction and more!
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
Tickets are available by calling or texting
Clinton Youth Foundation board members:
Melissa: 269-0502
Alisa: 351-6471
Alma: 240-6678
Hannah: 360-6418
Stacy: 723-9136
Food and drink donated by Across the Row Bistro, Alteri’s, Bremer’s Wine & Liquor, Clinton Wine and Spirits, the Dessert Booth, Grapevine, Hannaford, Meelan’s Market, Nola’s, Sicilian Delight, Taj Mahal, The Village Tavern, and more.
Must be 21 or older.


Registration is open

by admin on April 8, 2016

Registration for summer 2016 is open! Download and print your registration form for memberships and swim lessons today by clicking on the links above. Who will get the coveted #1 membership this year?



Annual Meeting

by admin on March 9, 2016

The Clinton Youth Foundation will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, April 6 at 7pm upstairs at the Kirkland Town Library. Learn about what we have planned for summer 2016 at the Jack Boynton Community Pool. Meet the board, share your thoughts, and get involved in your community pool. All are welcome!


The Polar Express

December 14, 2015

Join us for everyone’s favorite holiday movie, “The Polar Express,” on Friday, December 18 at 6:30pm at the Kirkland Town Library. Admission is free and all are welcome! Hot chocolate, pizza and treats will be available for sale. Wear your pajamas and bring pillows and blankets. Doors open at 6:30pm with the movie to follow […]

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Closing Up

August 16, 2015

The last day the pool will be open is Saturday, August 22. Our lifeguards have to go back to school, unfortunately, but we are thankful for all their hard work this summer and we wish them the best. We have a lot planned for this week and we invite everyone to enjoy what the Clinton […]

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Free Movies at the Pool

August 10, 2015

Our popular outdoor movie series is back! Join us on Thursdays for G and PG-rated movies and on Saturdays for PG-13 choices. Free admission and everyone is welcome. Snack bar opens at 7:30pm and the movie begins at dusk (about 8:30pm). Bring blankets and chairs. Sponsored by the Clinton Youth Foundation, the Kirkland Town Library […]

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Two Dollar Tuesdays

July 13, 2015

In July and August, admission is just $2 per person on Tuesdays. The rest of the week, admission is $4 per person, still a great deal when you consider you get six hours of unlimited swimming!

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The pool is open!

June 16, 2015

The Jack Boynton Community Pool opened on June 13, 2015 for the summer! We are open every day from 1-7pm, weather permitting. (If the weather is questionable, call 853-5687 before you leave home.) We offer open swimming, lessons, and activities for all, regardless of which town you live in. Admission is $4 for the day; […]

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Clean Up Day on May 9

May 8, 2015

Join us on May 9 starting at 9 a.m. as we start to clean up the pool for the season. Bring rakes and gloves and be ready to have fun and get a little dirty. All are welcome! Service hours are available for high school students who help.

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