Brampton hosts indoor skating on New Year’s Day

Published December 30, 2022 at 1:17 pm

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Warm weather has the City of Brampton shifting gears for its New Year’s Day community skate on Monday (Jan. 1).

Plans for drop-in skating at outdoor Brampton rinks on New Year’s Day have been moved indoors due to rising temperatures expected over the weekend.

Mayor Patrick Brown says some outdoor city rinks may close due to the weather, so the City has arranged for indoor public skating at Century Gardens from 12:00 p.m to 4:30 p.m. on New Year’s Day. Regular drop-in rates will apply, and all aquatics and fitness amenities will be closed.

Visit www.Brampton.ca for rink closures and updates of outdoor rinks, like the Gore Meadows Covered Outdoor Skating Rink, the Chinguacousy Park Skate Recreational Trail, the Gage Park Outdoor Skating Recreational Trail, and the Mount Pleasant Outdoor Skating Rink.

From enjoying the winter weather to checking out a new movie in theatres, there are various ways to enjoy New Year’s Day in Brampton. For more ideas on how to ring in the new year check out Insauga’s list of 5 things to do on New Year’s Day in Brampton.

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