Westborough – Westborough Youth & Family Services (WYFS) recently announced its first “What’s Up Tonight” program, an activity program for Westborough teens ages 14 to 18, organized by Westborough Youth Commission teen members to offer casual weekend activities that are low-cost, easily accessible, fun, and substance-free.
The program will take place at the Boroughs Family Branch of the YMCA of Central Mass., 4 Valente Drive, Friday, Jan. 23, from 6:45 to 9:30 p.m. Registration will be from 6:45 until 7:15 p.m. Teens attending the event should bring an ID to show they are Westborough residents.
The inaugural event “will celebrate the completion of mid-term exams and will be a great way for students to blow off some steam or avenge a rec-ball loss on the basketball court,” said Gerad Sockol, a member of the Youth Commission.
“We are encouraging Westborough teens to participate in ‘What’s Up Tonight’s’ inaugural event by playing some three-on-three on the basketball court. They can also get in shape in the weight room or catch a movie without having to pay expensive movie prices,” said John Badenhausen, WYFS director.
“This will be a fun-filled, alcohol-free event,” he added.
For more information about “What’s Up Tonight,” contact WYFS at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-366-3090.