Toy drive gets help from Woody

Disney on Ice helps out Surrey's Christmas Bureau on Tuesday

Tomorrow, skaters and everyone’s favourite toy friends from Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s  Toy Story 3 are coming to Surrey to help collect toys for children in need at the Toys Are Back In Town Holiday Toy Drive, benefiting the Surrey Christmas Bureau. Occurring at Surrey Central City Shopping Centre in Surrey between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.  on Tuesday, November 22, “Toys Are Back In Town Holiday Toy Drive” aims to collect toy donations on-site for those local families that are less fortunate.

Families, children and entertainment fans will have the opportunity to meet and take a photo with favourite characters from Toy Story 3, the Academy Award®-winning smash hit blockbuster. Individuals who donate a new toy to the Surrey Christmas Bureau as part of this event will be entered into a drawing to win one of 20 four-packs of tickets to Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 – whichskates into the Pacific Coliseum at the PNE in Vancouver from November 23-27.

Join Toy Story 3 characters for the ultimate meet and greet and help less fortunate families celebrate the holidays by donating a new toy.

EVENT: Toys are Back in Town Holiday Toy Drive

DATE: Tuesday, November 22 – 12 PM to 2 PM

LOCATION: Surrey Central City Shopping Centre, 2153-10153 King George Boulevard, Surrey, B.C., in the Rotunda area (near Tim Horton’s and The Brick)

SHOW INFO: Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s  Toy Story3 brings Woody, Jessie, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the Toy Story gang to your hometown for a spectacular ice extravaganza. This all-new, high-energy show features your favourite characters and most memorable Toy Story moments in a jam-packed, fast-paced adventure on ice that takes family fun to infinity and beyond! Tickets for Disney on Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 in Vancouver are available online at www.ticketmaster.ca or by calling 1-855-985-5000.

 

Surrey North Delta Leader

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