St. Patrick’s Day Parade Notice

St. Patrick’s Day coming up and Toronto is, as always, hosting its 29th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade this Sunday.

It is scheduled to start at noon near St. George Station. It will continue along Bloor Street, south on Yonge and will finish on Queen St. by Nathan Philips Square. The parade is expected to last between one and one and a half hours, which means it will coincide with traveling times for both Sun 1 and Sun 2 sessions.

There will be a few road closures, so please plan your weekly drive to the rink accordingly. For those taking a TTC subway route, Museum station will offer better access to the rink via the shipping alley between the ROM and the Faculty of Music (U of T). Then a short cut across the Philosophers Walk will take you from behind Varsity Arena directly to the Varsity Arena Pavillion.

Museum-To-Varsity-Arena

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For route information and details on road closures, visit 640Toronto.com

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Due to the COVID pandemic, the University Skating Club is experiencing delays in organizing the upcoming 2020-21 skating season.

We are continuing to work with U of T to get our sessions up and running again in a safe and timely manner. Please keep checking back in for more updates.

Thank you to everyone for your patience.

We hope you all stay safe and healthy during this time.

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