Town of Golden to throw a Christmas party for kids of all ages

It’s time for the kids to get into the holiday spirit at the Town of Golden’s Children’s Holiday Party

It’s time for the kids to get into the holiday spirit at the Town of Golden’s Children’s Holiday Party.

“We’re just getting all the pieces together, it’s going to be a great afternoon,” said Jordan Petrovics, manager of recreational services for the town.

“There’s going to be some arts and crafts, playing, making Christmas ornaments, and Santa will definitely be making an appearance.”

Kids will be able to sit on Santa’s knee and tell him what they want for Christmas. A special thank you to Barrault BrandSource for donating the use of Santa’s chair.

Okanagan Regional Library will also be stopping by at 3:30 p.m. for story time with the kids.

The party is being hosted in partnership with the Lions and Leos Clubs of Golden. The partnership was successful in throwing the Kid’s Halloween Party, so they have teamed up again for Christmas.

The party will have a broad range of activities for different age groups.

The Town is expecting kids all the way up to age 12.

Following the Christmas party, the CUPE Local 2309 Town of Golden Employees will be hosting a free public skate at the Golden Arena.

After the party everyone is encourage to join them on the ice.

The Children’s Holiday Party is at the Mount 7 Rec Plex on Saturday Dec. 15 from 3 to 5 p.m. and the free skate is from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. at the Golden Arena.

 

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