Skating trail under Toronto's Gardiner Expressway to open in new year

WhatsOn Dec 07, 2017 Parkdale Villager

Torontonians who love skating can check out the Bentway Skate Trail located under the Gardiner Expressway starting Jan. 6.

The trail is part of the Bentway project, a new public space under the Gardiner in the Fort York neighbourhood.

Opening weekend festivities include performances from singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charmie Deller and composer and performer Carmen Braden with her Black Ice Sound music project.

There will also be demonstrations of 'Ice Breaking,' a unique hybrid of break dancing and freestyle ice skating by the Toronto Ice Skate Group, art installations, food and drink, music throughout the day from the best of Toronto’s DJ scene, pop-up curling, and free admission to Fort York National Historic Site.

The inaugural winter season will run until mid-March.

For more information about the skate trail or the not-for-profit organization, visit www.thebentway.ca

Skating trail under Toronto's Gardiner Expressway to open in new year

The inaugural winter season will run until mid-March

WhatsOn Dec 07, 2017 Parkdale Villager

Torontonians who love skating can check out the Bentway Skate Trail located under the Gardiner Expressway starting Jan. 6.

The trail is part of the Bentway project, a new public space under the Gardiner in the Fort York neighbourhood.

Opening weekend festivities include performances from singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charmie Deller and composer and performer Carmen Braden with her Black Ice Sound music project.

There will also be demonstrations of 'Ice Breaking,' a unique hybrid of break dancing and freestyle ice skating by the Toronto Ice Skate Group, art installations, food and drink, music throughout the day from the best of Toronto’s DJ scene, pop-up curling, and free admission to Fort York National Historic Site.

The inaugural winter season will run until mid-March.

For more information about the skate trail or the not-for-profit organization, visit www.thebentway.ca

Skating trail under Toronto's Gardiner Expressway to open in new year

The inaugural winter season will run until mid-March

WhatsOn Dec 07, 2017 Parkdale Villager

Torontonians who love skating can check out the Bentway Skate Trail located under the Gardiner Expressway starting Jan. 6.

The trail is part of the Bentway project, a new public space under the Gardiner in the Fort York neighbourhood.

Opening weekend festivities include performances from singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charmie Deller and composer and performer Carmen Braden with her Black Ice Sound music project.

There will also be demonstrations of 'Ice Breaking,' a unique hybrid of break dancing and freestyle ice skating by the Toronto Ice Skate Group, art installations, food and drink, music throughout the day from the best of Toronto’s DJ scene, pop-up curling, and free admission to Fort York National Historic Site.

The inaugural winter season will run until mid-March.

For more information about the skate trail or the not-for-profit organization, visit www.thebentway.ca