After a month and a half of the doors being closed and a new executive director being appointed, the Estevan Public Youth Centre is ready for a relaunch. 

"I'm really excited. I'm a little nervous, but I think that's because I care and I really want it to be successful," shared Merissa Scarlett, executive director of the non-profit. 

EPYC is slated to relaunch tomorrow night with a pizza party at 5:30pm. For Scarlett, it's an opportunity to celebrate new beginnings and to gain feedback on future programs. The community has received her nomination well, she added, and she's already building relationships with community partners. 

"We have the Humane Society coming in this month with the dog. I mean, who doesn't want to come and meet and pet a dog? I think everybody does. We also have the Estevan Art Gallery coming on two days, one to do some felting and then the other is printmaking. So I'm just really excited that we have partners coming out to support what we're doing already."

Scarlett is also hoping to expand her team, as she's looking to hire a summer student to help her grow EPYC's programming.