This Family Day Weekend Harbourfront Centre hosts its annual
HarbourKIDS Skating Festival, presented by RBC Learn to Play (February
15-16), free for
This two-day festival offers a winter wonderland of activities for families to make, skate and create together. From gliding with grins on the Natrel Rink to building a snow structure, and then cozying up with the ones you love listening to stories. The HarbourKIDS Skating Festival is the ultimate destination this Family Day Weekend.
Outdoor activities include two on-ice performances by Le Patin Libre, showcasing portions of their internationally acclaimed skating performances.
Post-show, the performers will instruct patrons on how to dance on ice. On February 16, RBC and Canadian athletes, Patrick Chan, Wendel Clark, Caroline Ouellette, Jennifer Botterill and Kevin Rempel are inviting the public to the ice as they attempt to set a new Guinness World Record, leading the largest ice skating lesson. HarbourKIDS Skating Festival will also include crafts, storytelling, interactive workshops and much more.
"This Family Day weekend we are offering a range of activities for people of all ages on the ice, in the snow and in the coziness of indoors," shares Allison Cummings, Artistic Associate for HarbourKIDS Skating Festival. "All families are welcome to experience this free, two-day festival where our winter wonderland will inspire families to explore their imagination and create new memories."
Highlights at a glance:
- Make: The ToyBox, Operation Sock Monkey and StoryMobs
- Skate: Le Patin Libre, RBC's Guinness World Record Attempt - The World's Largest Ice Skating Lesson, and Skate with Natrel Rink host Kristian Reimer
- Create: Snow Forts, Let's Talk Science and Play Zone
ABOUT HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Harbourfront Centre is a Canadian charity operating the 10 prime acres of Toronto's central waterfront as a free and open public site. We celebrate the multiplicities of cultures that comprise Canada and enliven the city through the creative imaginations of artists from across the country and around the globe.
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