Are you a teenager looking for a fun, safe place to hang out with your friends?
The Teen Center is a home away from home for all Fairport/Perinton teens in grades 6-12.
It's a great place to enjoy spending time playing Nintendo Wii, Just Dance, pool, air hockey, watching movies, doing crafts, cooking and much, much more!
Check out our new programs and special events in our current brochure or online at www.perinton.org. We'd love to see you there!
Pre-registration is required on an annual basis per school year to become a member of the Teen Center at no charge. Forms, which require a parent/guardian signature, are available on the last page of the Perinton Recreation and Parks brochure, at the Perinton Community Center, and at the Teen Center. To download a form, go to www.perinton.org.
Teen Center Hours:
Saturday Activity Nights from 6:00-9:00 PM Fairport/Perinton Teens Grades 6-9
This is an adult supervised, teen-oriented program.
Click here to download a detailed schedule of Saturday Activity Night weekly themes for 2012-13
Once you are a member of the Teen Center, there is no charge to attend this program.
Field trips and special event registrations, and fees are on an individual basis.
Perinton Recreation and Parks has established a Teen Advisory Board for Fairport students; Junior TAB is for grades 6-9 and Senior TAB is for grades 10-12. The teens will be empowered to develop and implement programs and activities for continued growth of the Lions Den Teen Center. The Teen Center will encourage a healthy lifestyle for our teens, and will enforce a drug free/ alcohol free/ violence free zone.
Volunteer opportunities are available.
For questions and more information contact:
Julie Eble, Teen Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Links of interest to our teens:
The Fairport-Perinton Chemical Prevention Advisory Council (CPAC) is a working partnership among families, schools, students, community groups, government agencies, and law enforcement. We are committed to promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles while addressing issues surrounding alcohol and other drug use/abuse in our schools and community. CPAC was established in 1988 through a grant from the Drug Free Schools and Community Act.
Fairport High School's Career Exploration Center Webpage http://www.fairport.org/parents.cfm?subpage=18028
Fairport Public Library Teen Webpage http://fairportlibrary.org/teens.html