LACE UP, LEARN AND LET GO!

Lace up a pair of skates, pull on a helmet and join us for skating lessons on Toronto's most scenic rink. With classes for all ages at every skill level taught by experienced and supportive instructors, we'll have you whirling 'round the rink in no time.

Because classes are held outdoors, weather plays an important role in our programming. Classes are held in all conditions, unless they get extreme. If we cancel a class, we'll reschedule it so you'll always receive your complete number of classes.

We have a heated change room with coin-operated lockers, there's underground parking and we're always accessible by TTC.

Classes fill up quickly, so register today!

Natrel Rink

NO SKATES OR HELMET?
NO PROBLEM!

We rent skates for just $8 and helmets (which are required) for $5. Rent skates and a helmet for just $11 a day. Rentals are located inside our heated indoor change room, with lockers and washrooms.

WEATHER

Because classes are held outdoors on the Natrel Rink, weather plays an important role in our programming. Classes are held in all conditions, unless they get extreme.

To find out “weather” your class is cancelled call the Learn to Skate info line 416-973-1620, follow us @LearnToSkateTO.

If we cancel a class, we'll reschedule it so you'll always receive your complete number of classes.

WHAT TO WEAR

CSA approved hockey helmets or a winter sport helmet (ski or snowboard helmet) are required for ALL participants. Bicycle helmets are not permitted.

Please dress for the weather since the Natrel Rink is outdoors and by the lake. Make sure that your clothing allows you to move freely while keeping you warm and dry. Snowpants or waterproof pants are highly recommended. Jeans are not suitable for skating.

Participants should have a pair of gloves/mitts. Waterproof gloves/mitts are ideal.

Address

235 Queens Quay West
3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
CANADA

Office Hours

Monday – Friday
8am – 4pm

Contact

P: 416-973-4093
F: 416-973-5377
@LearnToSkateTO

Thanks to RBC Royal Bank
RBC supports amateur sport in communities across Canada, from recreational to competitive activities, and from grassroots to elite-level athletes. At the grassroots level, RBC is committed to supporting programs which help children develop the confidence and skills they need to enable them to play, and become happy, healthy and active for life.
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