BCYF offers a range of affordable programs including preschool, school-aged & adult education, family literacy, youth employment, violence prevention & intervention, senior activities, recreation and enrichment. BCYF’s 35 facilities are located throughout Boston.
BCYF offers Camp Joy for Boston residents ages 3 to 22 with disabilities and their siblings. The four-week summer camp provides structured, daily opportunities for participants to make new friends, have fun, learn and grow during the summer months.
Across every neighborhood of Boston, BCYF community centers offer a rich menu of summer opportunities for young people and their families, from summer camps and swimming pools, to sports programs, community cookouts, free drop-in enrichment activities, summer jobs, and more. BCYF Summer Guide 2013 is your ticket to a safe and enriching summer of learning and fun!
Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF) is the City of Boston’s largest youth and human service agency and the lead department for Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s Boston R.O.C.K.S!!! summer programming campaign. Check out our summer page to learn about the Moakley Park Sports Center, BNBL, FACTS, the dozens of neighborhood-based summer day camps and other programs we offer for Boston’s young people.
Check out all activites and programs the BCYF Recreation Division is offering including programming at the new BCYF Recreation Center at Madison Park.
Beginning in mid-November, the BCYF Flaherty Pool will undergo a much needed $5.6 million complete renovation including upgrades to the exterior, all mechanical systems, the locker rooms and interior spaces, and the pool itself. The BCYF Flaherty Pool staff and programming will move to the West Roxbury Education Complex Pool on the VFW Parkway in West Roxbury but pool memberships will also be honored at any of BCYF’s 14 other pools.
See a listing of upcoming BCYF events.
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