Superhero skate at Langley Events Centre

A Superhero Skate is taking place Monday, Jan. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Langley Events Centre.

Come dressed as your favourite superhero for a public skate, presented by G&F Financial Group.

This is an all ages event for pre-schoolers, children, pre-teens, teens, adults, and seniors.

The skate runs for an hour and ends at 7:30 p.m.

Costs are child – $2.45 for children, $3.13 for youth, $4.97 for adults, $3.79 for seniors, $9.86 for families, and $3.55 for students.

Helmet rentals are $1, skate rentals are $3 and skate sharpening is $5.

The LEC is also hosting two more themed public skates coming up after the Jan 19 Superhero Skate, with the Local Heroes Skate on Feb 16, and a St. Patrick’s Skate on March 16.

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