12/28/2009 · We were bored so we've decided to go dtown and ice skate on a rainy xmas afternoon... We were bored so we've decided to go dtown and ice skate on a rainy xmas afternoon... Skip navigation
Drop-in this Saturday to this free, kid-friendly event! Port Lands Flood Protection team members have created activities to help kids learn about flooding, hydrogeology, soil management, bridge construction and more. Waterfront Toronto will be giving virtual tours of the new river.
Site Construction is an obsessive arrangement of intensely reconfigured construction fence. Playing with how orange construction fence acts as symbolic barrier rather than an actual barrier to a construction site, Lichty repurposes this common material to activate the space, reinforcing its total mass on a grand scale.
The Bentway is a new public space underneath the Gardiner Expressway, providing a year-round program of events and activities.
Harbourfront has more recreational opportunities than any other Toronto neighbourhood. The vast Harbourfront Centre lines an expansive area of our waterfront, offering visitors a multitude of ways to spend a memorable day by the Lake. In the winter the Natrel Rink is home to learn to skate lessons, recreational skate and even DJ Skate night ...
Harbourfront Natrel Rink 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto 973-4000 The Natrel Rink is a unique skating destination, nestled in the heart of Harbourfront Centre’s 10-acre site. Throughout the duration of the Winter season, the Natrel Rink will host DJ Skate Nights, the HarbourKIDS Skating Festival, and Learn to Skate, and other events.
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3/8/2019 · Toronto firms Public Work and Greenberg Consultants have completed a new park underneath the city's Gardiner Expressway, to provide "a vital artery for pedestrians and cyclists". The first phase ...
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Grab your skates, hit the ice and spend some time with your family and friends at one of Toronto's artificial ice rinks. The City of Toronto operates 54 outdoor artificial ice rink locations with seasons that kick-off as early as the last week of November, and run through to March Break, weather permitting.
Bill Bolton Arena is a Toronto arena that operates youth co-ed and girls hockey leagues, men's and women's adult hockey leagues, skating lessons, public skating, skate sharpening, snack bar and more. In the summer and March Break we run hockey camps for kids ages 5 to 17.
Lexie Owen is an emerging artist who lives and works in the unceded Coast Salish Territory known as Vancouver, BC. Owen’s practice bridges disciplines, exploring notions of tacit knowledge, labour, visibility, legitimacy and the strange particularities of living with, and attempting to claim agency within, the structures of late-capitalism.
8/20/2018 · Things to Do in Toronto ; Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre ... Did a group kayak tour along Toronto harbourfront and the islands. Amazing experience that included breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline. Each kayak can fit up to 16 ppl and it is a leisurely paddle which enjoying the amazing views. ... flux: undergoing the construction of new ...
Harbourfront Centre School Visits 2017-18 Published on Oct 24, 2017 Immerse your students in an exploration of all facets of contemporary art and culture with Harbourfront Centre School Visits!
Clean Toronto Together. Join the city-wide spring cleanup on April 26, 27 and 28. Community Environment Days. Pick up free compost and bring unwanted items for donation or safe disposal to your local event. Service Request. Status Tracking: Go.
The rink at Harbourfront has, together with the ice pad at Nathan Phillips Square, become one of Toronto’s iconic skating spaces. Many rinks throughout the city have captured locals’ hearts, but this is one of a very few that every winter visitor to the city should set blade to.