ICE SKATING 2023/2024 Season

The Ice Skating season is starting Friday, December 01, 2023. Most of the outdoor rinks operated by the City of Toronto open on Saturday, Nov.25/23 and close on Sunday, Mar. 17/24. The rest open on Saturday, Dec. 02/23 and close on Sunday, Feb. 25/24. Some indoor arenas are already open for public and senior skating.

We will have the traditional Friday evening skating, usually from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, depending on the rink, followed after by dinner or refreshments. Everyone is welcome to join the skating and/or dinner. I am planning to have a weekday skate, Wednesday late morning, 10:30 am to noon.

PLEASE SIGN IN on TBN's website, see the calendar, for each ice skating time shot whether you are member or a visitor.

For first timers to TBN's ice skating , a TBN membership is not required. We skate on public rinks. A few rinks have skate rentals, such as, The Bentway. We skate for about one and half hours. After the Friday evening skate, we will go for dinner and/or refreshments. Masks are not required on outdoor rinks and indoor arenas but may be worn.

Here are some of the rinks we have visited: Withrow Park, Kew Gardens, Nathan Phillips Square (City Hall), Colonel Sam Smith Park Trail, Greenwood Park Trail, Mel Lastman Square, Christie Pits, Dufferin Grove Park, Giovanni Caboto,  Harry Gairey, Rennie Park, The Bentway Trail,  Gage Park Trail, College Park Trail, and Reagent Park.

East York Memorial arena has public senior (60+) skating on Monday and Thursday afternoons from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. It is located at 888 Cosborn Ave, just east of Woodbine.

Please come out to enjoy friends, fresh air, and exercise.

Catherine Whitfield, Ice Skating Coordinator

Upcoming skating events

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