Winter Ice Palace offers indoor fun

For the 16th year, the Cloverdale Arena has been transformed in to a Winter Ice Palace.

Families skate on the first day of the 16th-annual Winter Ice Palace at the Cloverdale Arena on Dec. 21. The attraction

Looking for some magical winter fun? It’s the 16th annual Winter Ice Palace at the Cloverdale Arena.

The rink has been transformed into a frozen pond-type atmosphere, and is open during the winter break from school.

All ages are welcome. Special rates apply, and it’s pay-for-the-day.

It’s open daily to Jan. 5.

Today (Friday, Dec. 27), it’s open from noon to 8 p.m. The arena is located at 6090 176 Street.

Check www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/5031.aspx for operating hours.

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