Mayor’s Nights

“Mayor’s Nights offers our young people a variety of fun and safe activities to participate in during the summer,” says Mayor Sly James. “I want to encourage all of our city’s youth to register for these activities and invite their friends and family members to get involved, too. From the arts to sports to dancing and games, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. An important objective of Mayor’s Nights is to give youth and young adults a wide variety of activities to participate in during the summer evening months when more stringent youth curfew rules are in effect.”

Register below for all 2017 Mayor’s Nights Events including Club KC. You can also download and fill out the forms.

DOWNLOAD THE MAYOR’S NIGHTS/CLUB KC REGISTRATION FORM and drop off at any of the 10 community centers or REGISTER ONLINE.

REMEMBER: The City’s summer curfew is in effect from May 26, 2017 (the Friday of Memorial Day weekend) to Sept. 24, 2017:

KCMO summer curfew 2017

Mayor's Nights Hoops
Night Hoops is one of Mayor’s Nights longest running programs since 1992.  Night Hoops is an eight-week evening basketball league for youth and adults that not only focuses on basketball, but offers youth enrichment activities, job and professional development training and mentoring.  Night Hoops has a standing history with a number of great basketball players from Kansas City that have benefited from this opportunity on and off the court.

Please complete and drop off the Mayors Nights Night Hoops registration at any of the 10 community centers or register online:


Club KC is the place to be for youth ages 11-18!  We have live DJs, dancing, basketball, swim parties, video games, arts, robotics, digital literacy empowering speakers, guest celebrities, concessions and so much more!  Safe, Fun and FROSTY (aka the Mayor’s way of saying ‘Cool’)!

A BIG THANK YOU to our 2017 partners; Arts Tech KC, Atkins Group, Guadalupe Center, Kansas City Urban Public Library District, KC Hoops, Night Hoops, Kansas City Anti-Violence Project, The Nelson Gallery Foundation, and Mattie Rhodes.