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.

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