Let’s educate & empower our kids…
Bismillah. The NBIC Girl’s & Boy’s club is aimed to give the kids a fun space where they can grow in their deen, cultivate love for Allah s.w.t. & His Messenger ﷺ, and continue developing friendships amongst their peers in the masjid. With our efforts, inshaAllah their love for knowledge and ‘ilm will grow.
Ages 13 and younger *Older kids can request to volunteer, email email@example.com
Location NBIC gym
Time 12:30pm-1:45pm *times may change due to Dhuhr prayer
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org - Sister Fatima Abdulrahman & Brother Ammar Zuriki
To stay updated, follow these 3 steps:
1. Fill out emergency contact form. You can choose to enter the NBIC Girl’s & Boy’s Club Whatsapp. (ONCE)
2. Text @nbickids to 81010 to receive text updates and reminders about events. (ONCE)
3. Sign up on weekly sign up form if attending. You can sign up for multiple sessions at once & ahead of time. (WEEKLY)
SPRING EVENT CALENDAR
Feb 10 Cookie Day
Feb 17 Honey Day
Feb 24 Card Craft Day
Mar 3rd Entrepreneur day
Mar 10 A Million Dreams Day
Mar 17 No Club Meet
Mar 24 Parent Appreciation Day
Mar 31 No Club Meet
April 7 NBIC Kid Olympics
April 14 No Club Meet
April 21 Earth Day Celebration
April 28 Ramadan Prep
UPCOMING EVENT: Honey Day (Feb 17th)
Date: February 17, 2019
Location: NBIC Gym
Ages 13 & Younger
The Prophet ﷺ said, “Make use of the two remedies: honey and the Quran.” Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and Baihaqi.
Let’s learn about Prophet Muhammad’s ﷺ love for honey and its benefits. Honey was one of his ﷺ favorite foods.
For this event, inshaAllah we will learn facts about honey, honey bees, and the significance of honey in Islam. We will do a trivia game, play a grand game of balloon keep-it-up, build our own honey comb, and eat fun foods (i.e. honey buns, fruit, etc.)
Sign up if you’ll be in attendance!
Cookie Day was our NBIC Girl’s & Boy’s Club 2019 Kickoff event. We had a homemade cookie baking contest. Bake cookies at home and let’s see who wins the prizes for best cookies!
Let’s learn about the sunnah & etiquette of eating since we will be doing a lot of that together this term as usual. Bring your homemade cookies, win prizes, and learn some food etiquette trivia!
Bake 1-2 dozen cookies. Required: Write the ingredients you used to bake for display.
Here’s a twist: no chocolate chip cookies allowed! Let’s see how creative you can get. Judging based on taste and presentation.
Here are cookie suggestions: Peanut Butter, White Chocolate Macadamia, Madeline's, Macarons, Macaroon, Sugar Cookies, Snickerdoodle, Gingerbread, Shortbread, Pizelles, Whoopie Pies, Biscotti, Oatmeal Raisin, Red Velvet Cheesecake, Ginger Snaps, Traditional cookies. Remember: No Chocolate Chip Cookies!
Bring a cookie tin or box to take some baked cookies home!
To participate, make sure you’ve filled out the weekly signup.
Hot Chocolate & Fort Day (December 9th) was the last kid’s club meet for the year 2018. NBIC wishes everyone an amazing winter break!
Final NBIC Girl's & Boy's Club event of the year: Hot Chocolate & Forts!
Halaqa Topic: Zamilooni زملوني - The Story of the First Revelation
Ages 13 & Younger, December 9th, 12:30-2:00pm
The students will get hot chocolate and build forts. Rules: Bring clean blankets and sheets (*MUST be washed before bringing to the masjid). Feel free to bring items to make your fort comfy and cozy, like pillows and lights. For hot chocolate, feel free to bring your favorite mugs! (Cups will also be provided). You can bring books and flashlights, or any toys that you like to play with on your free time.
There will also be a prize for the best fort!
More about Our Mission
Regarding the girls: I want to cultivate a safe atmosphere where they are comfortable discussing hijab and the powerful women in Islam. The purpose of the club would be to give them all a place to feel empowered and learn while having fun. The girls also help pick themes that interest them, do the research, and discuss.
Regarding the boys: One of the most important things in a man's life especially in today's world is the friends he picks at a young age. They are the stepping stones towards the road of guidance or misguidance in their life. Our ultimate goal and purpose is to create a healthy environment where the boys are able to make these friendships and give them a chance to have fun while at the same time creating a love for the masjid and the deen.
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