Free family New Year event returns to Campbell River’s Strathcona Gardens for the 10th time

For the past 10 years, Campbell River McDonald’s Restaurants’ have been the sponsor of a free family event on New Years Eve at Strathcona Gardens.

This is an outstanding opportunity for families and people of all ages to have an alcohol-free event to go to to celebrate the incoming New Year. There will be many free activities to keep everyone busy and happy, and – again – everything is free (admission to the event and all activities including skate rentals, the only thing that isn’t free is if you choose to purchase food from the onsite concession).

The list of things to do:

Free Swimming and Skating

Pond Hockey

Water Games/Challenges on Pool Deck

Face Painting and Tattoos

Active Family Games and Reptile Display

FREE Healthy snacks and the Concession will be open

Photo Booth

Every year thousands of people come out to this great event to ring in the New Year, don’t miss out…it’s tons of fun.

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