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A new skating rink has opened on Front Street at Union Station until January 4! Bring your skates and helmet or take advantage of free rentals (as well as lessons) compliments of Union Station and TD. The rink is open Sunday to Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Thursday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (weather permitting). Check out the beautiful holiday decorations and enjoy music from local DJs, snacks and beverages and shopping for holiday gifts. Learn more about the ice rink and events and activities.
This year’s family-focused exhibit in the TD Gallery at Toronto Reference Library is “You, Me, Us: Outstanding Books For and About Young People with Disabilities.” The exhibit highlights “the best of the best” from Toronto Public Library’s International Board on Books for Young People Collection for Young People with Disabilities. Featuring international, multilingual, multi-format books and works of art that are recognized for their exceptional content and design, the exhibit runs until January 26. Guided tours are offered on Tuesdays at 2 p.m.
If waste bins are not set out correctly in the winter, it can make it difficult for crews to collect them. Follow these tips to ensure safe and efficient collection throughout the winter season:
Discover rebates and programs available from the City of Toronto and others online at BetterHomesTO, a new online resource dedicated to helping residents make their homes more energy efficient and comfortable. Making your home more energy efficient is one of the biggest things you can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. At BetterHomesTO, you’ll find information on more than 30 home energy upgrades.