The spirit of the 2010 Olympics is bursting forth with excitement all over the globe, and for Canadians it’s an extra special thrill because they are hosting this memorable event.
But many people won’t be able to travel to Vancouver to share in the enthusiasm, so Toronto is presenting its own winter Olympics at two great locations:
Earl Bale Ski & Snowboard Center in Earl Bales Park at 4169 Bathurst Street
Centennial Park Ski & Snowboard Center in Centennial Park at 256 Centennial Park Road.
Come join the fun on February 6 & 7 as Toronto present its own Olympics 2010 that will be loaded with exciting winter games for the whole family. There will be skiing and snowboarding events under the supervision of certified instructors that will make you feel like you’re right in the main Olympic 2010 competitions.
But the events aren’t limited to just two days. There are winter programs scheduled throughout the winter for the whole family and you won’t want to miss out.
There’s Men’s and Women’s night every Thursday where they can participate in adult skiing or skateboarding. Friday night is just for Teen’s and Saturdays are for family events.
Family Day is February 15th and that’s when all the winter sports events are set out for families. Carrying on with the Olympic spirit, this year Family Day is going to really special.
And what better way to spend the March Break (March 15-19) than skiing and snowboarding!
So if you enjoy outdoor winter sports, you’ll want to come to one of the two Toronto Ski and Snowboard Centers and be part of the Winter Olympics 2010 fun all winter.
Check out the list of sports programs, including times and cost and how to get your season pass by clicking The Brochure – and don’t forget to make your plans soon.
If skating is your favorite family sport, you can take your whole family to Ramsden Park Rink and enjoy their newly refurbished outdoor facilities. For more information, go to Ramsden Park Rink.