September is shaping up to be a busy month for Swan Hills FCSS, with three community favorite events lined up for the residents of Swan Hills. Here’s a quick look at what’s in store over the coming weeks:
Community Registration Night - Registration Night is a Swan Hills tradition offering an excellent opportunity for community groups, clubs, sporting groups, and recreational groups to let the Swan Hills community know who they are, what they do, and how others can join. It’s also a great chance for Swan Hills residents to check out the clubs, teams, and organizations in town. Joining a community club, group, or team offers new opportunities to make community connections and friends while having a great time.
While this event’s focus can tend to be on programs, sports opportunities, and lessons for children and youth, there are plenty of groups and activities for adults to get involved with too.
Registration Night will be held at the Keyano Centre on Sept. 6, from 5 PM to 7 PM.
18th Annual Swan Hills Wellness Fair – The Wellness Fair is all about different ways for people to maintain or improve their physical, spiritual, and mental wellness. Local support services, personal wellness service providers, vendors, and non-profits will join educational and resource exhibitors to offer a wealth of information, services, and products related to health and well-being.
The Wellness fair will be on Sept. 13 at the Keyano Centre from 2 PM to 7 PM. Aspenleaf Energy will provide a community BBQ from 5 PM to 6 PM.
Drive In Movie Night – From the first event in Sept. 2020, the Drive In Movie night has quickly become a crowd pleaser in the Swan Hills community, particularly with families. Swan Hills FCSS is partnering with the Swan Hills Municipal Library, the Town of Swan Hills, Cardinal Energy, and Fresh Air Cinema to present the movie Ghostbusters Afterlife.
The Drive In Movie Night will be held on Sept. 16 in the Keyano Centre parking lot. Moviegoers can start parking their vehicles at 8 PM, with showtime at 9 PM. Movie admission is free, and a concession (Cash Only) will be available.
Dean LaBerge, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Grizzly Gazette