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BCYF Neighborhood Block Parties kick off July 19


Mark your calendar and bring your friends and family to a fun and free Neighborhood Block Party!  

Mark your calendar and bring your friends and family to a fun and free Neighborhood Block Party! Select Thursday nights in July and August from 5 - 7 p.m., the BCYF Neighborhood Block Parties will offer a variety of free activities including music, a cookout, snow cones, activities, swimming (as indicated below), and resource tables from many City of Boston departments.  These departments will have lots of great information to share and giveaways. 

This summer’s schedule is as follows: 

July 19, South Boston:

BCYF Condon Community Center, 200 “D” Street (swimming)

July 26, Jamaica Plain:

BCYF Hennigan Community Center, 200 Heath Street (swimming)

August 9, South End:

BCYF Blackstone Community Center, 50 West Brookline Street (swimming)

August 23, Roslindale:

BCYF Menino Community Center, 125 Brookway Road

In the case of rain or other weather issues, please check BCYF’s social media pages (@BCYFCenters) for updates. The Block Parties are generously supported by the Foundation for BCYF.

About Boston Centers for Youth and Families 

Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) is the City of Boston’s largest youth and human service agency. BCYF operates 36 community centers in Boston that offer a variety of engaging and enriching programs for people of all ages created through community input and need. BCYF also oversees citywide programs including the nationally-recognized violence intervention and prevention Streetworker Program, the GIRLS Initiative, Camp Joy special needs program and many aquatic offerings.