BCYF Open House next WednesdayThursday Apr 12, 2012 Complied from
City of Boston web site
April vacation activities planned
The Boston Center for Youth and Families (BCYF) has a number of options for school vacation activities. 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 Open Houses
Check out your local BCYF community center at the BCYF Citywide Open Houses on Wednesday, April 18 from 4-7 p.m. Stop by your local BCYF community center and learn about the programs and activities they offer, speak with staff and see what’s going on. All BCYF centers will host an open house on this date and time. http://www.cityofboston.gov/bcyf/
All Girls Sports Festival
The All Girls Sports Festival was created to enhance sports and fitness opportunities for young women and girls. While participating in athletic activities, discover readily available resources both in and out of school. All girls must be Boston residents between the ages of 11-15. The festival takes place Tue-Fri of April School Vacation week, April 17-20 at the BCYF Recreation Center at Madison Park and the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center at Roxbury Community College. For more information please contact Barbara Hamilton at 617-635-5206 x101, http://www.cityofboston.gov/bcyf/ or Barbara.Hamilton@cityofboston.gov.
Mayor’s Cup Street Hockey Tournament
Show off your street hockey skills during April School Vacation, April 17-21, 9am-4pm. Tournament takes place at outdoor rinks citywide. For boys and girls in age brackets of U8, U11, and U16 years old. Must bring a birth certificate to play. Deadline for team registration is April 7th. For more information and a team application please contact Mike Devlin at 617-635-5206 x105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.cityofboston.gov/bcyf/
BCYF Summer Guide 2012
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. Included in this brochure are dozens of neighborhood-based summer day camps and programs for Boston’s young people.
BCYF’s Program Guide 2011-12
The BCYF Program Guide 2011-2012 contains dozens of neighborhood-based programs for Bostonians of all ages. Each month, BCYF offers over 400 programs ranging from education to enrichment to a wide range of sports programs and leagues. This guide is intended to give you a general idea of what we offer during the non-summer months of the year.
BCYF Recreation Programs
Check out all activities and programs the BCYF Recreation Division is offering including programming at the new BCYF Recreation Center at Madison Park.
Public Computing Centers
The Boston Broadband Community Computing Centers are the result of a partnership between the Boston Centers for Youth & Families, the Boston Housing Authority and the Boston Public Library. These community-oriented training centers will provide a variety of free workshops and classes in basic computing and new technologies. The centers are located at nearly 50 BCYF, BHA and BPL facilities throughout Boston.