A newly finished skating rink is getting ready to have an official coming out party in Brampton.
The Gore Meadows Covered Outdoor Skating Rink is having its grand opening on Sunday, February 3 from 1 to 4 pm. It is located on 143 acres of land adjacent to the Gore Meadows Community Centre and Library.
The event will feature an official ribbon cutting with Mayor Patrick Brown and Councillors at 1 pm, followed by a range of free family-friendly activities such as free hot chocolate and coffee, free skating presented by Tim Hortons, a marshmallow roasting fire pits, ice carving demonstrations and pictures with the #MyBrampton sign (presented by CN).
A Smoke’s Poutinerie food truck will be outside where residents can purchase food. DJ Tam will spin for the entire event outside and residents can warm up inside a Brampton Transit bus.
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There are also a variety of indoor activities at Gore Meadows Community Centre and Library include an author reading by Kevin Sylvester at 2 pm in the library, airbrush tattoos, a craft station, free cotton candy giveaway, video games in the Youth Lounge (presented by EB Games), family sports and zumba drop-ins. You can also meet the Brampton Fire Prevention Team and ‘Sparky the Dog’.
Will you be attending?