Greensboro, NC -- The classes are over. The kids are excited they're free for the summer. And parents are saying, "how are we going to keep them out of trouble?"
The City of Greensboro is here to help.
The city has hosted the popular Midnight Basketball program for a few years. More than 3,400 teenagers have participated in the program.
However, this year, city officials are expanding the program.
The newly expanded program is called "Summer Night Lights" or the SNL Program.
Michelle Gill-Moffat, who heads up the youth programs for the City of Greensboro, said this year's activities will include outdoor movies, an outdoor concert, dances, pool parties and more.
Gill-Moffat said the program is more than just a place for kids to have fun, it's also to help keep them out of trouble during the summer months.
Admission for the SNL Program is free.
The SNL Program kicks off Friday, June 7, 2013 at the Greensboro Sportsplex from 7 to 11 p.m.
The SNL Program also needs volunteers. If you or your business would like to participate, you can call 336-373-2574.
WFMY News 2