The Cloverdale Arena is open daily throughout the holidays for family skates. Times vary.

Winter Ice Palace opens Friday in Cloverdale

The Cloverdale Arena is transformed into a winter pond over the holidays and opens daily for family skates.

The Cloverdale Arena at 6090 176 Street will be transformed into a winter wonderland over winter break.

Starting this Friday (Dec. 18) and running to Sunday, Jan. 3, the arena will be open daily for family skating sessions. Admission is $4.50, and skate and helmet rentals are additional.

Hours vary, but opening night the rink will be open from 6:30-8 p.m. Call 604-502-6410 for more information or visit www.Surrey.ca/arenas.

Follow the Cloverdale Reporter on Twitter and Facebook. View our print edition online.

Just Posted

UPDATE: All horses safe and sound after Cloverdale barn goes up in flames

Sandy Zalit thanks fire crews that worked for hours to extinguish blaze on 184th Street

VIDEO: Sleepy Gonzales sounds off as ‘Play Surrey’ contest winners

Fleetwood-based band got serious as a foursome just last year

Democracy Direct invites MP Hogg to speak July 17

Electoral coalition to confirm candidates next week

Builder of new Pattullo Bridge to be chosen after three-month ‘RFQ’ period

Local residents are ‘one step closer to a safer crossing,’ according to government release Monday

VIDEO: Visual recap of Vancouver Island MusicFest

Walk Off The Earth, Passenger, Arlo Guthrie among highlights

Trudeau’s youth council divided over Trans Mountain pipeline purchase

A letter signed by 16 past and present members was made public today, asking the federal government to reverse course

Hulk Hogan reinstated into wrestling Hall of Fame

Hogan had used racial slurs caught on video when talking about his daughter sleeping with a black man

Coco the cat survives horrific house fire wrapped in a blanket

Found in the laundry hours after Chilliwack firefighters douse blaze that destroyed five structures

‘Lava bomb’ through roof of tour boat injures 22 in Hawaii

“An explosion occurred near the shoreline hurling hot lava rocks towards the boat and injuring several passengers”

B.C. teen meets Nicolas Cage

Filming mob movie in downtown Vernon, B.C.

Critics claim Trump “defended a tyrant”

Trump questions US intel, not Putin, on Russia 2016 meddling

B.C. MLAs choose new children’s watchdog

Jennifer Charlesworth has worked in government, social services

B.C. reporter calls out immigration photo on social media as fake news

A Vancouver reporter is calling out a British politician for spreading fake news

Most Read