Celebrate the new year with family

Events in Langford allow families to ring in the new year together

With the holidays wrapping up, there’s still plenty to keep your family entertained on New Year’s Eve.

Enjoy unlimited bowling on Dec. 31 at Langford Lanes from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.Cost is $15 per person and includes shoe rentals. There will also be $1,000 in door prizes up for grabs and champagne and party favours to ring in the new year. Reservations are recommended. Call 250-391-1738 or email marketing@citycentrepark.ca.

Playzone is also hosting its ninth annual family New Years Party at Eagle Ridge Centre (1089 Langford Parkway). There will be crafts, face painting, snacks, ice skating, party favours, mini golf, door prizes, as well as an early midnight celebration at 10 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Call 250-391-1738 for more information.


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