Pool celebration planned

The Houston Leisure Facility is five years old this July, and to celebrate the District is hosting a party on July 28.

The Houston Leisure Facility is five years old this July, and to celebrate the District is hosting a party on July 28.

Held at the leisure facility, attendees can enjoy a tasty hot dog or hamburger from 1:30 to 3 p.m., followed by free swimming from  4  to 9 p.m.Refreshments and a birthday cake will also be enjoyed in honour of the five years people from all across the Northwest have had to enjoy the facility.  Pool staff indicated that people have come from as far away as Burns Lake and Terrace to enjoy their pool and gym.

Prizes will also be made available for attendees, and they’re hoping for a large crowd.

The leisure facility began construction on July 15, 2005 and first opened on July 26, 2006.

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