Langley City offered Holiday Chaos last Christmas. (Black Press file photo)

Langley City offers up some Holiday Chaos

Holiday Chaos is the name of a free session where kids can burn off some energy.

Langley City is adding more chaos to the holidays but it’s intended to help families.

It’s Holiday Chaos is a three-hour play session for kids and happens on Friday.

The gym at the Timms Community Centre will be filled with fun to help the kids burn off their excitement.

It also gives parents a bit of a reprieve from the chaos of the holidays.

The City hosted a Holiday Chaos last year as well.

This year’s event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 21. The Timms Centre is at 20399 Douglas Cres.

There will be bouncy castles, slides, an obstacle course, holiday themed crafts, games and more.

And the best part is it’s free.

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