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Berkshire Bruins Mission Statement

     The mission of the Berkshire Bruins Youth Hockey Organization is to provide a safe environment in which hockey players of all ages can develop.  Through disciplined practice and healthy competition, we not only aim to encourage the physical development and skill acquisition necessary for the game of hockey, but also the dedication to team,  motivation for improvement, and respect for others necessary to the game of life.  We offer this program to all boys and girls who want to play as a way to be healthy, be proud, and create winning relationships on and off of the ice.

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Please remember to REGISTER to participate in the upcoming season!

- Learn to Skate

- Mite (up to age 8, up to 2008 birth year)

- Squirt (ages 9-10, birth years 2006, 2007)

- Peewee (ages 11-12, birth years 2004, 2005)

- Bantam (ages 13-14, birth years 2002,2003)

- Midget (ages 15-16, birth years 2000, 2001) *Split season- intended as lead in to HS hockey



Tuition assistance is available through the Pittsfield Boys and Girls Club office on a first-come, first-serve basis, but must be applied for by October 12.


All skaters are encouraged to register ASAP, registration fees of $100 per skater, plus $48 fees payable to USA Hockey (for participants age 7 and older) are due at time of registration. 


There will be a Fall Clinic offered October 12 at the Pittsfield Boys and Girls Club, and the season will conclude with our annual participation in the Lake Placid International Invitational hockey tournament- February 23-26, 2017, US Olympic Training Center, Lake Placid, NY.


ALL SKATERS, including those attending the Summer Skate program, must enroll in their appropriate division.


** ALL PREVIOUS FINANCIAL COMMITMENTS to the Berkshire Bruins or the Pittsfield Boys and Girls Club must be satisfied prior to participation in the 2016-2017 season. Thank you for understanding that we are working to keep Berkshire Bruins hockey affordable for all.


by posted 08/26/2016
Help Us Get a New Zamboni!
New Zamboni For BGC Berkshires!


The Boys and Girls Club of the Berkshires   needs your help raising money for a new Zamboni for our ice rink. 

The ice rink, located on our 3rd floor, is used for a number of different activities such as public skating, figure skating, speed skating, hockey, and so much more!

 The zamboni that we currently have has been in use since 1976, making it 40 years old! Our skaters need a new zamboni they can count on, please help us reach our goal.  

Our facility on Melville Street is the largest Club in the country, with over 120,000 square feet. With our four basketball courts we offer a house basketball league, a travel basketball league and we host many basketball tournaments. With our 25 yard indoor pool, we are the home facility for the high school swim teams in our area, as well as the home facility of the Boys and Girls Club Swim Team “The Gators”. Our ice rink is home to the Taconic High School  hockey team, the Berkshire Bruins youth hockey program, and is the go to place for public skate on the weekends. Aside from our athletic offerings, we have programs that promote healthy lifestyles, team building and more. We offer a leadership group called Keystone, where high school students volunteer to the club. We have a Smart Girls program, which promotes healthy attitudes and life styles among girls ages 8-16. The third floor of our facility is the vocational floor where members can register for cooking classes, woodworking, or they can learn to sew. Not only are we a walk-in facility, but we also have an after school program and a pre-school program where licensed Early Education & Care teachers are able to provide a safe environment where children can grow and learn.

We believe that a good Boys and Girls club provides life-enhancing programs with character development experiences, and faculty that can form caring relationships with our youth. Lastly, we believe that a good club can provide hope and opportunity to each child that walks through our doors. The club serves over 1,000 members of Berkshire County, and your donation will contribute greatly to their future.

by posted 04/14/2016
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