The Boys And Girls Club Of the Magic Valley is hosting free teen nights this month. Each night will have a different themed activity session and a safe place for teens to hang out with others from the community.

The February Teen Nights At Boys And Girls Clubs

All February on Monday and Thursday nights, teens 13 to 18 can gather at the Twin Falls Boys and Girls Club located at 999 Frontier Road. The next one is Thursday, February 10th, it is going to be a role-playing game night! It is so cool to be into those types of activities now. The events are 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Schedule Of Events

February 10th - Role Playing Game Night

February 14th - Open Clubhouse

February 17th - Movie Night and Open Gym

February 24th - Baking Night

February 18th - Open Clubhouse

Other Perks Going To Free Teen Night

Dinner is included each week, if you don't have to feed those teenage boys, you could save some serious cash. Transportation is also available to any teens in Twin Falls. There is a case-by-case basis on teens in Kimberly and Filer. If you are looking for a ride call Jake Brasil at 208 - 749 -1853. And with it being free for 13 to 18-year-olds you know that those kids are around others their own age, hopefully making some great friends, and getting out of the house. It really is a win-win for everyone.

You can also call 208 - 736- 2011 ext 106 for more information.

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