Granby Recreation News
Granby’s Men’s Soccer League Gearing Up With Open Play Night
Get your team together and bring soccer inside. Players must be 16 and older, and games will be held at the Soccer Dome on Thursday nights. Interested players should attend the FREE open field night on Thursday, April 5 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. League teams consist of 6 field players and a goalie. Call the Rec. Office to register and for complete rules and information. Registration is required by April 12. League play will be on Thursdays, April 19 to May 24. Cost is $175 per team.
Teen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt March 29 in Granby
Kids, grab your flashlight and head up to Granby’s Soccer Dome on Thursday, March 29, for a great time. Sponsored by the Granby Recreation Department, Fraser Valley Metro. Rec. District, Grand Futures, Grand Lake Metro Rec. District, and Grand County Juvenile Services. This free event will be held from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. The egg hunt starts promptly at 8 p.m. All youth in 6th grade and up are invited. We’ll have a bonfire, snacks, music, and many cool prizes, including some worth over $100. No pre-registration is required, just show up with a flashlight.
Kids Night Out March 22
Kids, join the Granby Rec. on Thursday, March 22 for a fun filled evening. We will meet at the Granby Community Building at 6:30 p.m. and eat dinner before heading to the Fraser Recreation Center for swimming. Bring a swimsuit and towel. Pick up will be between 9:15 and 9:30 p.m. This activity is offered to children Kindergarten through 5th grade. The cost is $15 per child and includes dinner and entry to the Fraser Rec. Center ($12 multi-child). Call the Granby Rec. Dept. to sign up. Registration deadline is Monday, March 19.
For more information about these programs call the Granby Recreation Department 970-887-3961.
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