Friday, April 18, 2014
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Rec Centers with Expanded Hours

Along with Mayor Nutter's expanded curfew, which cuts off the heart of the city for anyone under the age of 18, the city plans to keep 20 of the largest recreation centers open until 10 p.m. on the weekends.

Rec Centers with Expanded Hours

Along with Mayor Nutter's expanded curfew, which cuts off the heart of the city for anyone under the age of 18, the city plans to keep 20 of the largest recreation centers open until 10 p.m. on the weekends.

In case we're unable to publish the entire list of rec centers in our space-deficient print product, here's where teens can go on Saturday night instead of tearing up South Street or the Gallery.

Northern Liberties Recreation Center: 321 Fairmount Avenue

Murphy Recreation Center: 300 Shunk Street

Vare Recreation Center: 2600 Morris Street

Myers Recreation Center: 5800 Kingsessing Avenue

Christy Recreation Center: 728 S. 55th Street

Kingsessing Recreation Center: 5000 Chester Avenue

Shepard Recreation Center: 5700 Haverford Avenue

Gustine Lake Recreation Center: 4863 Ridge Avenue

Hank Gathers Recreation Center: 2501-19 W. Diamond Street

Athletic Recreation Center: 1401-27 North 27th Street

Vogt Recreation Center: 4131 Unruh Street

Samuel Recreation Center: 3539 Gaul Street

McVeigh Recreation Center: 400-64 D Street

Feltonville Recreation Center: 231-31 E. Wyoming Avenue

Lonnie Young Recreation Center: 1100 E. Chelten Avenue

Happy Hollow Recreation Center: 4740 Wayne Avenue

Olney Recreation Center: 100 E. Godfrey Avenue

Lawncrest Recreation Center: 6000 Rising Sun Avenue

Simons Recreation Center: 7200 Woolston Street

Fox Chase Recreation Center: 7901 Ridgeway Street

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