Clubs Day is back.
The Houston Community Hall will be open 3 to 7 p.m. Sept. 11 for anyone wanting to learn about or get involved in Houston clubs.
Over 12 Houston clubs will feature, including figure skating, minor hockey, the horse club, Search and Rescue, ringette, ACT, HOPE, and more.
There will also be information tables for the Public Library, the Houston Leisure Facility, Work BC and mental health and addictions services.
“Sometimes it’s hard for people to know where to go to register for certain programs or leagues,” said Ryan Coltura, Director of Leisure Services.
He added that the District wants to “give residents an opportunity to have a one-stop shop of things that they can get themselves or their kids registered for in the community,” he said.
“We encourage all of the public to come out and check out what programs and services the different groups are offering, and maybe try out a new activity or get involved in a new organization.”
Coltura says Houston used to host a Clubs Day, and they’re trying to resurrect the event.
“We recognize how many great organizations and clubs we have in town and we’re trying to get them as much exposure as we can,” Coltura said.
Tables are still available for clubs to use and registration is free. Contact the Leisure Facility at 845-7420.