Hooray for winter! Our outdoor skating rink is ready for a fun season in the backyard. See below for operating hours and rink details
(please note that the rink is weather dependent)
Bring your skates to take a spin on our backyard rink (a favourite Canadian activity), and relax on The Whisky Bar Patio (with heaters) as we serve up wine & cocktails every day of the week (non-alcoholic beverages available, too) and our winter menu from Friday to Sunday.
$5 per person for Skating and $10 per person for Skate Rentals, plus taxes. Skate rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis in adult and children's sizes. No reservations available.
No.99 Club members receive half price discounts
RINK HOURS: Monday CLOSED, Tuesday CLOSED, Wednesday 11:30am-6pm, Thursday 11:30am-6pm, Friday 11:30am-6pm, Saturday 11:30am-9pm, Sunday 11:30am-6pm
Note: The Rink will be CLOSED for a private event on the morning of Friday, February 22 causing the rink to open at 2pm.
PLEASE NOTE: Our outdoor skating rink is weather dependent, and is subject to close at any time due to warmer weather or inclement weather. Safety is our first priority and we want to ensure everyone has a fun and safe time on the rink.
The Weather Network
Free Skate Days– We’re celebrating the winter season with free community skate days! Bring your skates and join us on the rink on Wednesday, February 13.
DJ Saturdays– Join us in the backyard on Saturday evenings from 5pm to 9pm for an outdoor party with a live DJ spinning tunes, skating, delicious food and craft cocktails.
Skaters must circle in the same direction
No food or beverage is permitted on the rink
Youth 12 years and younger must be supervised by an adult
Parents and guardians are responsible for the adequate care, protection and supervision of their children
Helmets strongly recommended for all participants and mandatory for youth 12 years and younger
Hockey sticks or pucks are not permitted during public skate
Pets are not permitted on property, except trained service animals
All participants must clear the rink during ice maintenance
Skaters assume all risks of participation including serious injury and death
All participants must be wearing skates on the rink, no other footwear permitted