It will be the second weekend in a row the program has held such an event, wrestling coach Ralph Stevens said.
“This is a chance for the community to come out, support these kids and see what wrestling is all about,” Stevens said. “It’s kinda like Wrestling 101.”
Stevens said he will field questions from parents during the event.
Admission to the event is $1. Stevens said attendance last Friday was about 120, and 28 wrestlers competed.