Leaside Community Memorial Gardens Arena
Leaside Gardens features two ice pads: the Dr. Tom Pashby Play Safely Rink (Rink A) and the Bert F. Grant Rink (Rink B).
Open seven days a week from 6:00 am to midnight. Check our home page posts for information on holiday closures.
COVID-19 Protocols have come to an end
As of Monday March 21, 2022, capacity restrictions have been lifted, the passive screening requirement has been removed, and masks are no longer required to be worn in the Leaside Gardens facility. The decision to continue to wear masks is a personal choice made by an individual.
In future, all visitors must adhere to any Covid mandates that may be brought into effect by the Provincial and Municipal governments. Leaside Gardens also reserves the right to implement restrictions that are more restrictive than Provincial or Municipal mandates.
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LEASIDE GARDENS IS PROUD TO BE THE HOME ARENA FOR:
The Leaside Hockey Association (LHA) – the second largest hockey association in the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL).
The LHA offers five (5) leagues for different ages and levels of play for both boys and girls including:
- Hockey School
- House League
- Competitive Development Stream
- Select – North York Hockey League
- GTHL A and AA
The Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey Association (TLGHA) is one of Ontario’s largest hockey associations for women and girls, with over 1,600 participants ranging in age from three and four year-olds in their Learn-to-Play program to over 150 adults playing in senior house league. The TLGHA offers a variety of programs including:
- Youth House League
- Youth Competitive
- Senior House League and Competitive
The TLGHA March Madness tournament for competitive, house league and DS teams is held the first weekend of March Break.
The Leaside Skating Club is dedicated to teaching the joys and skills of skating to people through a variety of programs including:
- StarSkate and
- Synchronized Skating.
These 3 organizations serve approximately 3,000 young people from Leaside and surrounding areas. The programs they provide help improve physical skills, instill discipline, develop social skills, teach patience, and encourage teamwork and cooperation.