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Teen Nights are free and safe drop-in spaces where teens can hang out, try new activities, meet people, and have fun.

Schedule and locations

Teen Nights operate from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the following locations:

See upcoming program dates and information. Teen Nights will not run on statutory holidays.


A one-time registration is required to attend Teen Nights. Teens can then drop in to any of the Teen Nights spaces as frequently as they choose.

Register for Teen Nights

Activities and features

Each Teen Night location offers unique activities and features, such as:

  • Movies, music, and art
  • Snacks
  • Life-size board games
  • Nintendo Switch consoles and games 
  • Arcade-style basketball
  • Space to hang out with friends
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We won't ask much of you, just that you are...

  1. Respectful of yourself, each other, and the space we are in. 
  2. Inclusive because we all deserve to belong and find support here. 
  3. Safe and make safe choices.
  4. Yourself. This space is what you make it and you will make it great. 

Alcohol, bullying, discrimination, smoking, vaping, drugs, weapons, and violence will not be tolerated on the property. 

Frequently asked questions

Review our list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) for further program information.

Is there a cost to attend?

No. Teen Nights are free thanks to a contribution from the Government of Canada. 

Why do I have to register?

We need to have personal information about you, like your name, age, and emergency contact, to best serve you. We are using a registration process so you only have to provide this information once, instead of every time you attend. By collecting this information, we can communicate with you, reach someone in case of an emergency, and collect important information about the program. 

What age range can attend Teen Nights?

Teens Nights are intended for those in Grades 7 to 12 (birth years 2011 to 2006).

What is the sign-in process for a Teen Night?

Teens will be required to sign in at the door of a Teen Night location. All locations use the same sign-in process. It's important for us to know who is in the building in case of an emergency.

How were teens consulted about Teen Nights?

The marketing materials and branding for Teen Nights were created by an advertising and design consultant in close collaboration with local youth, the Town of Innisfil, the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library, and the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka. Two groups of youth participated in virtual and in-person sessions to provide their ideas and feedback.

Teen Nights activities and features were also developed with local youth and will be regularly updated to include ideas from Teen Night participants.

Working with youth is a win-win. By listening to their insights and perspectives, and authentically involving them in shared decision-making, we create meaningful opportunities for young people to reach their full potential. Co-designing materials also makes them more effective at engaging youth in Teen Nights.

Support Teen Nights

If you are interested in sponsoring Teen Nights, volunteering, or offering a service, please contact

Teen Nights are funded through the Town’s Building Safer Communities Project and provided in partnership with the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library and the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka.