Skating at Granja Vianna Shopping !!!
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Greater symbol of peace and harmony. Undoubtedly, Christmas is a magical period, not only for feeding our dreams, but also for representing the union between friends and family that fraternize together in a climate of happiness and much love.
With this spirit of magic and fraternization, Marília Shopping celebrates the arrival of Christmas with a decoration that will delight its visitors.
Signed by Cipolatti, one of the largest companies in Latin America, which for more than 25 years produces the most beautiful decorations, this year’s theme is ‘Christmas at the North Pole’, which brought to the central plaza of events of the show, gathering the main Christmas symbols, such as the crib that rescues the true meaning of the date, snowy trees, snowmen, and a little train so the children can take a walk and have fun.
But the magic does not end there, after all what would be a Christmas in the North Pole without the ice? Thinking about it, Marília Shopping brings as a great attraction, an incredible natural ice skating rink, set up in the square of events by Play on Ice, company specialized in the segment, adorned by a beautiful tree very illuminated that composes the Christmas decoration of the mall .
With 240m² and capacity for up to 60 people, the minimum age for skating is 05 years, but for children up to 04 years old, the Play Car, specially designed for them and guided by monitors will ensure the fun of children and adults of all ages. In addition, the track will maintain a team of trained instructors and instructors to assist those who have never ventured into the sport, safely using equipment such as helmet, knee pad, elbow and gloves.
The run hours are from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 10pm and on Sundays and holidays from 1pm to 7pm.


So that the visitors can embrace and talk with the nice and good old man, he will be at Marília Shopping until December 24, Monday to Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Sundays and holidays from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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