BCYF's Girls Nights start July 15
June 29, 2015
All activities are designed to bring girls together in a safe, non-competitive environment where they can be themselves, meet other girls their age and engage with role models.
Girls Nights also connect girls with necessary resources and opportunities while they enjoy a positive and fun experience with their peers. Last summer over 850 girls participated in BCYF’s Girls Nights.
“Girls Nights create opportunities for young Boston girls,” said Mayor Walsh. “Through this summer programming, we’re striving to build up our local community and provide our youth with unforgettable experiences.”
The Girls Nights schedule is as follows:
Beach Party Kick Off, Wednesday, July 15
BCYF Curley Community Center, 1663 Columbia Road, South Boston
5-8 p.m., girls of all ages are welcome.
Bowling Night, Tuesday, July 21
Boston Bowl, 820 Morrissey Boulevard, Dorchester
5-7 p.m., girls ages 6-18
Skate Night and Sleep Over, Friday, July 24
BCYF Gallivan Community Center, 61 Woodruff Way, Mattapan
7 p.m., girls ages 6-18
Beauty Night (featuring skin care tips, facials and more,) Wednesday, July 29
BCYF Perkins Community Center, 155 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester
6-8 p.m., girls ages 13-16
Roller-skating Night, Wednesday, August 12
Chez Vous, 11 Rhoades Street, Dorchester
4-7 p.m., girls ages 10-17
Pool Night and Barbeque, Tuesday, August 18
BCYF Curtis Hall Community Center, 20 South Street, Jamaica Plain
5-7 p.m., girls ages 11-15
Dance Night, Wednesday, August 26
BCYF Vine Street Community Center, 339 Dudley Street, Roxbury
5-8 p.m., girls ages 6-18
Ice Cream Social, Thursday, August 27
J.P. Licks, 1618 Tremont Street, Mission Hill
4-6 p.m., girls ages 6-18.
For more information on Girls Nights or to sign up, please e-mail Erika.Butler@Boston.Gov or call her at 617-635-4920 x2314. Updates and changes to the schedule will be posted online: Twitter, @BCYFCenters and on our Facebook page.
BCYF serves thousands of young people throughout the summer through day camps and full day programs, teen-only and girls-only programs, sports and fitness programs, the BCYF Streetworker Program and family-friendly neighborhood block parties.