Spring has arrived in Burlington! No more outdoor skating


Published March 13, 2024 at 3:51 pm

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A true sign of spring has occurred in Burlington.

The Rotary Centennial Pond outdoor skating rink has closed for the season.

Judging by the temperature today (March 13), it was just a matter of time.

The ice surface is a popular location for residents to head to during the winter months by offering a scenic view and a chance to enjoy some pleasure skating without the fear of getting hit with a puck.

“The Rotary Centennial Pond has wrapped up its season and is now closed…huge thanks to the community for making it another fantastic skating season,” wrote Ward 3 City Councillor Rory Nisan on social in announcing the closure.

But while the outdoor skating season has ended, you still have plenty of opportunities indoors with several rinks continuing to offer both skating and recreational hockey.

You can follow this link to register for a list of ice surfaces still offering skating.


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