Two tots chat during a public skate in 2015. Everyone is invited to skate with Santa this Saturday. (Jenna Hauck/ Progress file)

Santa drops in for Chilliwack ice time this Saturday

Families invited to join Mr. Claus on ice at Twin Rinks

Santa Claus will be stretching out his legs on the ice at Twin Rinks this weekend, and everyone is invited to join him.

Santa’s Toonie Party runs from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16. Admission is only $2, and there are prizes to be won and games to be played.

Helmets are recommended and skate rentals are available for $4.

There are several loonie and toonie skates booked over the holidays. For the public skate schedule at both Prospera and Twin Rinks over the Christmas break, visit www.chilliwack.com.

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