The outdoor skating rink at Quaker Foods City Square in downtown Peterborough will close for the season after Thursday (March 16), the City of Peterborough has announced, with up to 10 mm of rain in the forecast for Friday followed by warmer weather and sunny days over the next couple of weeks.
The year-round community space near the corner of Charlotte and Aylmer streets officially opened in December.
The refrigerated outdoor skating rink is available in the fall and winter, with a space for community activities and water play feature available in the spring and summer.
The Quaker Foods City Square will be used as a community space for various programs and events this spring and summer, including the weekly farmers’ market.
The space is available for rent, with a daily rental fee of $925 plus HST.
Information on how to get a permit to use the space for events is available on the City of Peterborough’s website at peterborough.ca/events.