Services and Programs

What is 140 Elmwood?

140 Elmwood is a vibrant community space dedicated to providing comprehensive support and services for children, youth and families in our community. All programs and services are designed to foster growth, health, and well-being through a variety of innovative offerings and partnerships.

  • Beauchamp Youth Hub: Nightly programming for youth aged 10-25, including independence skills, mental health support, physical activity, musical and artistic development.
  • Youth Advisory Council and Mentorship Program: Engaging youth in programming decisions and providing honorariums for their participation.
  • Designated EarlyON Satellite Location (Early Learning Play Group | Family Enrichment Program) providing EarlyON programming twice a week for children aged 0-6 years old.
  • Culturally Specific Programming through Big Steps to Success with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
  • Youth Pantry and Donation Boutique: Providing perishable and non-perishable food items, toiletries, household supplies, and clothing for infants, children, and youth.
  • Four bookable community spaces available free of charge (donations encouraged, more details below)
  • Full gymnasium used by various organizations for sports and training.
  • Imagination Studio: Equipped with computers, musical instruments, DJ equipment, TikTok video creation tools, and art supplies.
  • Athletic Rental Program: Youth can rent items like scooters, skateboards, and other sporting equipment.
  • Education and Community Partnership Programs (ECPP) Classrooms for grades 7-8 and 9-12 in partnership with the Near North School Board
  • A placement opportunity space for both Canadore College and Nipissing University students
  • Home to many organizations such as Dreamcoat Fantasy Theater, ProSports, Cherished Connections Adoption Group, Parents of Children’s Mental Health Table and Community Living Summer Programming.
  • Designated by the City of North Bay, we are an After School and Summer Camp Location, focused on services for community children aged 6-12.

Elmwood is committed to building a supportive, inclusive community that addresses the needs of children, youth and families through innovative programming and strong partnerships. Join us at 140 Elmwood and be part of our thriving community!

Community Bookable Space

Riverbend Room

Riverbend Room

The Riverbend Room, a warm and inviting space designed for informal meetings and gatherings. Accommodating up to 32 people, this cozy room offers a relaxed atmosphere with comfortable seating and a tranquil ambiance

Forest Room

The Forest Room is a serene and versatile space perfect for your next meeting or small event. With a capacity of 15, this room offers a cozy yet professional environment, featuring modern amenities and a calming atmosphere inspired by nature.

Community Kitchen

Community Kitchen

Conny’s Kitchen is the heart Elmwood. It is designed for nutritional teaching programs and culinary gatherings. This well-equipped kitchen offers a warm and inviting space for cooking classes, workshops, and food-focused events. To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience, all bookings require at least one certified food safe handler on site. Conny’s Kitchen is the perfect place to share knowledge, create delicious meals, and foster community connections.

Outdoor Space

Discover our versatile outdoor space, a perfect venue for family-friendly events and gatherings. This delightful area features a well-equipped children’s playground, ensuring endless fun for the little ones. With a mix of shaded and non-shaded seating options, you can comfortably enjoy the outdoors in any weather.

Community Gymnasium

Welcome to our state-of-the-art gymnasium, a dynamic space perfect for sports events, fitness classes, and active gatherings. This versatile facility is not only equipped with top-notch exercise equipment but also features a unique lending library for physical fitness resources. This space can accommodate up to 600 individuals.

Beauchamp Youth Hub:

The Beauchamp Youth Hub at 140 Elmwood is a vibrant space dedicated to supporting and empowering youth in our community. Designed with youth at the forefront, the hub offers a bright, natural environment for various youth-driven programs. Guided by our Youth Advisory Council, we ensure that our activities are relevant and impactful, with pre and post evaluations for continuous improvement. We release monthly calendars featuring diverse programming, designed for youth aged 10-25. Starting September 2024, thanks to our partnership with The City of North Bay, we will offer community after school programming three nights a week for youth aged 6-12. We welcome individuals with special skills or talents (such as fitness instructors, farmers, and business owners) to collaborate with our youth. If interested in presenting to our youth, please contact Brogan Snider, Coordinator of Programming and Community Engagement at

Food & Clothing Resources:

At 140 Elmwood, we proudly offer two essential resources for our community: The Boutique and The Pantry. Both spaces run solely on community donations. The Boutique provides high-quality clothing for infants, children, and youth, ensuring they have access to everyday wear. The Pantry offers a wide range of food and household supplies, including perishable and non-perishable food items, toiletries, and cleaning products, ensuring no youth goes without daily essentials. These resources reflect the strength and generosity of our community, and we welcome contributions to help support their continued operation.

Youth Pantry

Youth Pantry

The Youth Pantry is a vital resource open to youth affiliated with the Children’s Aid Society. Our pantry provides essential food and hygiene items to support young individuals in need. We rely on donations to keep our shelves stocked and our services running smoothly.

Donation Boutique

The Donation Clothing Boutique, a wonderful resource stocked by generous community members like you! This boutique is open to service recipients of the Children’s Aid Society (CAS), the Trinity Infant Food Shelf, and EarlyON participants. Here, individuals in need can find quality clothing items free of charge.

Victorian Order of Nurses (VON):

In partnership with the Victorian Order of Nurses, Elmwood is home to a Nurse Practioner’s clinic. This collaboration provides specialized support and services exclusively to youth and families working with CAS. Access to these valuable resources is available by referral only.