A file photo of the Winter Ice Palace at the Cloverdale Arena.

Cloverdale Arena turns into winter wonderland

Grab the kids, lace up the skates and glide through a winter wonderland at the Cloverdale Arena during the holidays.

This Saturday, the Cloverdale Arena transforms into a winter wonderland, including an old-fashioned pond.

The City of Surrey’s 17th annual Winter Ice Palace runs Dec. 20 to Jan. 4 at the Cloverdale Arena, 6090 176 Street.

It’s open for skating afternoons and some evenings, including Christmas Day and New Years Day.

Admission is $4.25 (ages 2 and up); skate rentals are $3; and helmet rentals are $1.50.

Check with www.Surrey.ca/arenas for hours for of operation, or call 604-502-6410.

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