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Service and Information Update

Brampton outdoor skating rinks closed for the season


​BRAMPTON, ON (March 10, 2021) – Seven of eight City of Brampton outdoor skating rinks are now closed for the season due to warm temperatures and the upcoming arrival of spring. Gore Meadows Outdoor Covered Skating Rink remains open, weather permitting.

Exercise is essential to our community’s physical and mental health and well-being. Residents can still safely enjoy Brampton’s parks and trails, which remain open. With guidance from the Province and the Region of Peel, please continue to practise physical distancing from those not in your household. Continue to reduce your chance of spread and risk by always maintaining a two-metre distance from anyone who does not live with you.

Virtual Fitness
Enjoy being active by participating in instructor-led virtual fitness classes. Free 30-minute live workouts with trained fitness instructors begin March 15. Registration is open as of March 8. More information, including details regarding how to register, is available at www.brampton.ca/recreation.  

Rec At Home
Stay active and engaged at home with online fitness and craft tutorials, accessible 24/7! Try a full body circuit, learn how to make origami hearts, practice your calligraphy skills, and more. Access a variety of Rec At Home activities at www.brampton.ca/recathome, made with love by Brampton Recreation.

UPDATED: As of March 11, all eight outdoor rinks are closed for the season.

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MEDIA CONTACT
Christine Sharma
Senior Advisor, Media Relations, City of Brampton
647.242.4319 | christine.sharma@brampton.ca