Palmer Munroe Teen Center
4th Annual Girls Lock-In - February 27-28
The Palmer Munroe Teen Center is hosting their 4th annual Girls Lock In on Friday, February 27 starting at 6:00pm to Saturday, February 28 at 8:00am. Middle and high school girls are invited to participate in workshops focused on education, health, hygiene and discovering inner superpower. Dinner, snacks, and breakfast will be provided. There will be a midnight pajama party with lots of fun games, activities and prizes.
To register go to our Online Registration System and click on "Teen Center." You must first create a log in and password to register online.
For more information, contact the Palmer Munroe Teen Center at 850-891-2569. You can also stay in touch through our Facebook page at facebook.com/pmtcteens.
Location and Hours of Operation
- 1900 Jackson Bluff Road | 891-2569
- Monday - Saturday: 2:00 - 8:00pm
For years, the Tallahassee community has been asked to provide a place dedicated to teen youth development; a place dedicated to serving some of our most vulnerable youth; a place for teens to expand their opportunities, learn about social responsibility, civic awareness and be gently guided through a restorative justice program. In August 2010, the Palmer Munroe Teen Center opened its doors as the first teen center in Tallahassee, Florida. A collaboration between the City of Tallahassee, Leon County, Leon County Schools, and the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Palmer Munroe Teen Center offers a unique blend of educational classes, workshops, programs and recreation activities for youth. The Center also serves as a safe, productive oriented haven for many area youth.