No Shortage of Fun Activities During the Holidays

No Shortage of Fun Activities During the Holidays

With the kids out of school, and most people off work, there are plenty of fun things to do if you’re staying close to home during the holidays.

With a lack of snow, cross-country skiing and tobogganing may not be in the cards, but Environment Canada predicts a few centimetres of the fresh stuff by Christmas.

In the event there is enough snow to make tobogganing feasible, the city has outlined some hills you can check out:

  • Civic Park, 901 Kimberley Avenue
  • Victoria Jason Park (Crocus Park), 255 Redonda Street
  • Harbour View Recreation Complex, 1867 Springfield Road
  • Westview Park, 1 Midland Street

Winter Slides (Artificial snow has been brought in at some locations):

  • Assiniboine Park, 2355 Corydon Avenue (1 Slide open for holidays)
  • Crescent Drive Park, 781 Crescent Drive (Slide not ready till the new year)
  • Kildonan Park, 2021 Main Street (1 Slide open for holidays)
  • Bunn’s Creek Park, 365 McIvor Avenue (Slide open)
  • St. Vital Park, 190 River Road (Slides not ready till the new year)
  • Fraser’s Grove Park, 85 Fraser’s Grove (Slide open)
  • Waterfront Drive, Waterfront Drive and George Street (Slide open)

If skating is more your thing, the following rinks are now operational:

  • Assiniboine Park Duck Pond
  • Kildonan Park Duck Pond
  • Harbour View Recreation Complex
  • St. Vital Park Duck Pond

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