Come one, come all and get your cosplay and skate on!
The winter months can be slow with conventions so we are giving you an excuse to dress up during the offseason and are having a gathering during public skate hours!
The Natrel Rink at Harbourfront Centre is free to skate at but there is a place where you can rent skates and helmets!
Also on site is Boxcar Social cafe/eatery where you can rest or get warm if skating isn't your thing. Also there are good photoshoot locations along Toronto's waterfront if you happen to be a photographer and wanted to do some shoots!
There is no reason for you not to come out!
Rink Admission: FREE
Adult skate rentals: $10
Children/Senior skate rentals: $5
Helmet rentals: $5
Skate and Helmet rentals: $12(Adults) $7(Kids)
Off-site skate rentals: $30/day
Skate sharping: $8
More Info: harbourfrontcentre.com/venues/natrelrink/
Take the 509 or 510 streetcars from Union Station and get off at the «QUEENS QUAY at HARBOURFRONT CENTRE» stop.
1 — NO alcoholic beverages allowed on site
2 — NO amplified music or microphones. If you are bring music to dance to, please keep at a reasonable level.
3. NO large props or weapons. If you are seen with such you will be asked by event staff to put it away or to leave and if warnings are ignored you will be reported to rink staff.
4. Always obey the rink guards. Leave the ice surface or any other rink area when asked to do so by staff
5. Skate in the designated direction or respectful of others.
6. Report all accidents, injuries, misconduct and foul-language to rink and/or event staff immediately.
7. It is highly recommended that all skaters wear a CSA-approved helmet while on the ice.
8. Children age 10 and under must be actively supervised by a responsible person aged 16 or older.
9. Any person(s) not complying with the rink and/or event rules will be asked to leave, and may be banned from the ice and future TCC events.
10. NO DRAMA WHAT-SO-EVER. We are all here to have fun!!!
These rules are not meant to impede your enjoyment of the event, but to make the event safe for everyone in attendance and the general public. We also want to avoid getting shut down by rink/venue staff or venue security and/or Toronto Police.