Palmer Munroe Teen Center
Girls' Lock-In 2016: February 26-27
This overnight event is designed to empower the next generation of women leaders by encouraging them to grow in their self-confidence, share experiences while building relationships with their peers, and learn from members of the community.
The Lock-In is open to all girls in grades 6-12. There will be featured workshops about self-image, healthy and empowering relationships, and what it means to be a leader, as well as a variety of fun activities, including:
- Spa treatments
- Arts and crafts
- Basketball and four-square tournaments
- Self-defense classes
- A midnight pizza party
- A talent show
- Zumba...and much more!
The registration form is shown below. If you have any questions about the event, feel free to contact Stacy Meadows or by calling the Palmer Munroe Teen Center at (850) 891-2569.
Girls' Lock-In 2016 Registration Form
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.