Bring the family along for a fun New Years Eve celebration at Strathcona Gardens.

Celebrate the New Year with your family and friends at Strathcona Gardens

Strathcona Gardens and the City of Campbell River invite you to celebrate the New Year on Thursday, December 31 from 5-9 p.m.

This free family event is sponsored by our local McDonalds owners, Mary and Jens Rolinski.

There will be activities for all ages throughout the building, in the pool, and on the ice (please bring a helmet and hockey stick – free skate rentals for the event). They are offering pond hockey, public skating and ice games, swimming and water games, crazy challenges in the pool area, active family games and a kids’ craft station, along with a face painting and tattoo booth. There will be live entertainment throughout the night and free healthy snacks will be available.

Strathcona Gardens concession will be open providing full menu items.

This is a safe and enjoyable way for families to celebrate the end of the old year and ring in the new. Join us for this fun and free celebration.


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