Have some hockey equipment lying around? Want to help grow the game in Westwood? Need some equipment for the upcoming season? Then come be part of the Westwood Youth Hockey Equipment Swap on Westwood Day on September 27th!
Anytime this month, you can drop off your used equipment at the Seniors’ Center on Nahatan Street located between the Thurston School and the High School. Just inside the main door look for a blue container. On Westwood Day we will have a volunteer collecting equipment at the seniors’ center from 8-10am, but we suggest dropping it off sooner as the Westwood Day road race will limit access to the Seniors' Center at his time.
All equipment will be available at the Westwood Youth Hockey booth during the Westwood Day festivities. Equipment will be free, but we will suggest a donation of $3 - $5 per item. Skates and Sticks will be marked individually.
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