BCYF Teen Programs & Events

Looking for teen programs?  Check out some of the current BCYF Teen programs below or look on the Community Center & Pools page to see programming for each BCYF Center.  Don't forget to follow us on Twitter or Facebook for ongoing updates!

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    2nd Annual MLK Basketball Invitational

    In celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., BCYF, Boston Parks and Recreation, the Boston Scholar Athletes (BSA) and the Boston Public Schools, will host the second annual MLK Invitational basketball showcase on Sunday, January 25, at the Tansey Gymnasium at Wentworth Institute of Technology.  These games will bring together basketball’s best from the Boston City League and surrounding area high schools for a day of exciting games while also including a community service component with Boston youth.

    MLK Tournament »

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    BCYF's Program Guide 2014-15 Is Here!

    BCYF offers a rich menu of programs for every member of your family throughout Boston. Check it out!

    BCYF Program Guide 2014-2015 »

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    Want to join your local BCYF community center?

    Fill out this application online and bring a print out with you to the center.  Make sure you contact the center to find out what documents you need to bring with you to complete the application process, determine membership rates and the forms of accepted payment.

    BCYF Membership Form »

    BCYF Youth Membership Form »

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  • Blizzard Update 1-28-15
    Mayor Martin J. Walsh hosts a press conference in City Hall to provide an update on the blizzard and City of Boston storm operations. Watch Video »
  • BPS School Day Extension Proposal Announcement
    At the BCYF Roslindale Community Center, Mayor Walsh announces a proposal between the mayor's office, the Boston Teachers Union and the Boston School Committee to extend the school day by 40 minutes from kindergarten through 8th grade.Watch Video »

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