The ice arena at the Mission Leisure Centre was filled with families on Friday. The annual Winter Wonderland event featured public skating, pond hockey, Santa Claus, a photo frame and hundreds of lights on decorated trees. / Bob Friesen Photos

The ice arena at the Mission Leisure Centre was filled with families on Friday. The annual Winter Wonderland event featured public skating, pond hockey, Santa Claus, a photo frame and hundreds of lights on decorated trees. / Bob Friesen Photos

PHOTOS: Winter Wonderland comes to Mission Leisure Centre

The ice rink was transformed into a holiday-themed carnival of fun

Today is your final chance to visit the annual Winter Wonderland skating event.

The event is pure holiday magic on ice and takes place at the Mission Leisure Centre.

Join in the fun at this exciting holiday event. The arena will be transformed into an outdoor skating wonderland complete with:

– Festive Trees

– Thousands of Lights

– Visits from Santa

– Family Friendly Pond Hockey

Today is the last day and hours are:

Dec 23 – 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Skate, ice cleat and helmet rentals are available in limited sizes/quantities. Regular rates apply and passes are not valid.

There is limited space available so participation numbers may be restricted.

Envision Financial is a new sponsor of this event and the Envision team will be onsite collecting non-perishables for The Full Cupboard program.

The Full Cupboard is a community-based program, established in 2013, to raise food, funds and awareness about the critical issue of hunger in the communities where Envision operates.

For more information or to book a private event, visit mission.ca/winter-wonderland.

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PHOTOS: Winter Wonderland comes to Mission Leisure Centre

PHOTOS: Winter Wonderland comes to Mission Leisure Centre

PHOTOS: Winter Wonderland comes to Mission Leisure Centre

PHOTOS: Winter Wonderland comes to Mission Leisure Centre

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