Avon and Central Wheatbelt Primary Health Service and the Department of Sport and Recreation will also take part in the event.
It will bring together representatives from a range of groups and clubs to provide residents with information on activities and how to become more involved.
Shire health promotion officer Sarah Dixon said joining a club or group was a great way to meet people, develop new interests, learn new skills and stay physically and mentally healthy.
‘Whether you are interested in joining a sporting club, an environmental group, a playgroup, a senior’s organisation, a youth group, a men’s shed or want to offer your help to a charity, this is a great way to start,’ she said.
The barbecue will be held from 5pm to 7pm on April 4 at Bernard Park, on Minson Avenue. Food and refreshments will be provided free.
For details, call |9622 6150 or 9690 1661.