Everyone welcome at skate in Comox Valley

Fit in a visit with Santa at the Comox Valley Regional District’s Everyone Welcome skate this Sunday at the CVRD’s Sports Centre.

Fit in a visit with Santa this season at the Comox Valley Regional District’s Everyone Welcome skate this Sunday at the CVRD’s Sports Centre.

Enjoy holiday music and refreshments and wear your favourite Christmas sweater and your helmet to be eligible for a prize. Free keepsake photos with Santa on the Zamboni will be offered during the last half of the session.

“Bring the whole family to enjoy this festive skate,” said the CVRD’s manager of recreation services, Jennifer Zbinden. “This is a fun event to start off the holidays and the many activities and programs at the CVRD’s sports and aquatic centres will keep you moving all winter long.”

The skate runs from 1:15 to 3:15 p.m. and regular admission rates apply. For more information on the Santa skate or to download the winter break schedule, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/rec.

— Comox Valley Regional District

 

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