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What to Do with the Kids in Moncton (Dec 22-24)

Can you believe we’re about to wrap up 2017?! Most folks will be busy with last minute holiday preparations and family adventures this weekend, but we thought we’d still issue a little round up – and remind you of our Christmas Cheat Sheet, full of all kinds of goodies, like links to the NORAD tracking, easy snack ideas, and reminders to charge your phones and buy batteries!

For all your activity ideas from now until 2018, check out our Mega List of What to do with the Kids in Moncton. We’ll return in the New Year with full round ups again. Until then, here’s a look at a few weekend events and a peak ahead to New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Enjoy the next bit of time with your family and friends, and thank you for making Pickle Planet part of your 2017. We have lots of great plans for next year, but we always LOVE to hear from you about what you need from us. Feel free to comment below with your thoughts!

On to the weekend!

The Riverview Skatepark is open to all ages on Friday from 3pm to 8pm, with hot chocolate and candy canes to share!

Friday night is Fun on Ice, with a special Christmas celebration with Art Richard! Enjoy live music, skating on the oval, bonfire and hot chocolate from 6:30pm to 8pm.

Friday and Saturday afternoon Resurgo Place is offering a Holiday Lobster craft session with admission, between 1pm and 4pm.

Wild Lights continues until Saturday evening, then again from Boxing Day until December 30.

You can skate with Santa on Christmas Eve in Memramcook, at the Eugène (Gene) LeBlanc arena from 9am to 11:30am.

New Year’s Eve

The Moncton Wildcats host the Saint John Sea Dogs at 2pm.

The City of Dieppe is holding a New Year’s Eve celebration at Place 1604. Music begins at 8pm, with Nobie Jones, the Back Yard Devils, and Izabelle Ouellet. Wingate Hotel will have a bar and BBQ available and there will be fireworks at midnight!

New Year’s Day

The City of Moncton welcomes folks to the Crossman Community Centre – Kay Arena on New Year’s Day for a levee with refreshments form 11am until 1pm, followed by free skating and gym time until 5pm.

There are also New Year’s Day Levees in Riverview, Shediac and Sackville.

Thank you to everyone who supported Pickle Planet during 2017! Happiest of holidays to you and yours!

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