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Natural Ice Rink: This rink is not operated by the City of Toronto

Phin Park - Rink Profile

Features: small natural rink framed by boards, maybe has a liner

Events: Skating Party, Monday February 16th Family day

Bring your skates and enjoy some brisk air and hot chocolate.

Comments about this rink: e-mail us at [email protected].


Rink Diary

2016

January 23, 2016

This rink is hidden from the street -- it's on a laneway. It has low boards and a liner. The ice-making crew really know what they're doing, the ice is thick and smooth.


lively all-ages shinny game on Saturday morning

smooth pleasure-skating/little kids' pad
 

Rink diaries from earlier years:

2015

Jan.19 2015

The rink is small and looked like it might be a bit bumpy -- but it probably gets lots of use at this much-loved neighbourhood park. No one was using the park at 9.45 pm. Here are two photos from last winter, sent by park friend and photographer Diane Smith:


learning to skate

shinny hockey

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Rink Diary

2016

January 23, 2016

This rink is hidden from the street -- it's on a laneway. It has low boards and a liner. The ice-making crew really know what they're doing, the ice is thick and smooth.


lively all-ages shinny game on Saturday morning

smooth pleasure-skating/little kids' pad
 

Rink diaries from earlier years:

2015

Jan.19 2015

The rink is small and looked like it might be a bit bumpy -- but it probably gets lots of use at this much-loved neighbourhood park. No one was using the park at 9.45 pm. Here are two photos from last winter, sent by park friend and photographer Diane Smith:


learning to skate

shinny hockey
 

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