Skate with Santa at City Centre Park in Langford

The big man in the red suit will strap on the skates to take a few twirls around the outdoor rink

The big man in red will lace up his skates at City Centre Park’s outdoor rink on Sunday, Dec. 7 and whirl around the ice with beard flowing and cheeks glowing.

Kids from one to 92 are welcome to join Santa for skating fun from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Bring a can of food or non-perishable donation for the Goldstream Food Bank and skate for free.

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