The Greater Victoria Minor Football Association is hosting a fun information night for kids and youth to learn more about the sport. The Westshore Rebels will also be in attendance for a touch game. (Photo courtesy Greater Victoria Minor Football Association/Facebook)

Monday night football gets a new meaning this week

Greater Victoria Minor Football Association hosts information session with the Westshore Rebels

The Greater Victoria Minor Football Association is hosting a fun night for kids interested in learning more about the sport.

No experince is needed and anyone in grades 4 to 10 is welcome to come to Goudy Field in Langford on Monday (Aug. 14) from 7 to 9 p.m.

The Westshore Rebels will also be in attendance for a special touch game during the last half of the evening.

No pre-registration is required, just show up ready to have some fun.

Organizers ask that participants come with cleats or runners and bring a water bottle.

katie@goldstreamgazette.com

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