Special events coming up at the Golden Youth Centre

The Youth Centre in Golden will be holding some special events in the last few days of November.

The Youth Centre in Golden will be holding some special events in the last few days of November.

On Nov. 26 between 4 and 6 p.m.  the first monthly YAG (Youth Action Group) meeting will be held at the Youth Centre. Any and all youth are invited to attend the meeting as this is the group who created and will continue to direct the Youth Centre’s future.  At the meeting there will be a discussion about holiday events for December and other Youth Centre goals.

On Nov. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m., The Kicking Horse Country Chamber of Commerce and the Golden Youth Centre invite you to a Wine and Cheese Mingle.

People can stop in after work for some delicious nibbles and a glass of wine. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to drop by and see how they can support each other in the community.

The Golden Youth Centre is in the storefront space in the Patlar Building, formerly the Crooked Antler.

Youth are welcomed to drop by to learn more about what the centre offers and upcoming events which the Youth Centre will be involved with organizing or being a part of.

 

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