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BCYF's Teen nights start July 17

July 13, 2015

Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) will host “BCYF Teen Nights,” and weekly “BCYF Super Fun Stops,” giving Boston teens more options for evening fun.  Beginning July 17, these events invite teens to BCYF community centers and adjacent parks for a variety of activities.

“We are continuing to build options for our older youth during the summer,” said Mayor Walsh. “These Teen Nights and Super Fun Stops offer teens an opportunity to have fun with their friends in a structured, safe, and supportive environment.”

The Teen Nights schedule is as follows:

Friday, July 17: Music, skating, pool party and video games

BCYF Holland Community Center, 85 Olney Street, Dorchester

7 p.m. to 12 midnight

Friday, July 31: Open mic, talent showcase, pool party, games, and video gaming bus

BCYF Mildred Avenue Community Center, 5 Mildred Avenue, Mattapan

6-11 p.m.

Friday, August 14: Olympic Challenge

BCYF Tobin Community Center, 1481 Tremont Street, Mission Hill

7-10 p.m.

Friday, August 28: Summer Fun Explosion

BCYF Shelburne Community Center, 2730 Washington Street, Roxbury

8-11 p.m.

BCYF Super Fun Stops, supported by The Boston Foundation, will be held several times a week at locations including the BCYF Blackstone Community Center in the South End, BCYF Charlestown Community Center, BCYF Holland Community Center in Dorchester, and BCYF Mildred Avenue Community Center in Mattapan. Dates, times, and activities vary each week, and include game nights, skating parties, pool parties, and art nights. The complete schedule can be found at https://www.Boston.Gov/BCYF.

For more information about the Teen Nights or Super Fun Stops, please contact the community center directly. Updates and changes to the schedule can be found on Twitter, @BCYFCenters, and Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/BCYFBoston.

BCYF serves thousands of young people during the summer through day camps and full-day programs, teens-only and girls-only programs, sports and fitness programs, the BCYF Streetworker Program and family-friendly neighborhood block parties.