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Masks are required when in the building. It was a very hard decision for us, but was necessary so that we could keep other facilities running and keep members safe. We have not fully opened the Teen Center yet, but we are now offering paid Teen Center programming Thursday-Saturday with limited slots available. These programs are less structured, social hangout programs where teens can come to the Teen Center, hang out, watch movies and play games. We are reaching out to all Teen so that you have all the information you need to participate in these Teen Center programs:. Join us for fun and games at the Teen Center.

Teen Center of Excellence

South Portland Parks, Recreation & Waterfront: TEEN CENTER AT REDBANK COMMUNITY CENTER

An extended-day program where teens will be provided a comfortable space that fosters an organized learning environment. The Teen Center Hangout is a drop-in, non-custodial program, open to the teens offering a variety of activities, including ping-pong, pool tables, video games, movies, and card games. Summer is here! The Teen Center has a variety of activities available each day including, beach days, pool days, ping-pong, pool tables, video games, movies, card games and much more! The Teen Center consists of two adjoining rooms in the Manhattan Heights Community Center which are set aside exclusively for teen activities. The rooms, designed primarily by the teens themselves, provide a fun, supportive, and friendly atmosphere that helps teens wind down after school and have some fun.

Community Center

Organizers say the former St. Andre Church location is still very much in the mix, and a reinvigorated fundraising effort will kick off to renovate the Biddeford church as a permanent home for the teen center. Click to listen below.
Friends and supporters from the across the region witnessed the groundbreaking ceremony last September. Louis was encouraged by civic leaders to expand services in neighborhoods with extreme scarcity of quality youth programming which led to the building of a Teen Center. The 26, square-foot facility is strategically located on West Florissant Avenue surrounded by four school districts and houses a nutrition education center, outdoor garden, gymnasium, intellectual commons, theater, green and drama room, fitness zone, gaming room, music and art studio, innovation center and office space. Teens deserve a safe place to grow and learn, exercise their creativity, explore their interests, and build meaningful relationships with peers and caring adults. Imagine how wonderful it would be if every community expressed this level of support for children.