Leaside Community Memorial Gardens Arenas

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, the rinks are closed on most public holidays except Thanksgiving and Family Day.

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Additional COVID-19 Protocols for the Arena

Current capacity is 50 on the ice and one spectator per skater.

Skaters are asked to limit their time in the dressing room to under 15 minutes and to always wear a mask, especially in dressing rooms.

Dressing room capacity for individuals 11 years of age and under is seven (7). Skaters are asked to come fully dressed and use the socially distanced chairs rink-side if the dressing room is full.

At the end of the session, we ask skaters 11 years of age and under who are using the chairs rink-side to please remove their skates and exit the building by the main entrance. Please do not return to the dressing rooms on the lower level.

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 and Competitive

The TLGHA March Madness tournament for competitive and DS teams is scheduled to take place from March 11 – 13, 2022. Click here to hold a spot.  

The Leaside Skating Club is dedicated to teaching the joys and skills of skating to people through a variety of programs including:

  • Learn-to-skate,
  • CanSkate,
  • CanPowerSkate,
  • StarSkate and
  • Synchronized Skating. 

These 3 organizations serve approximately 2,500 young people from Leaside and surrounding area. The programs they provide help improve physical skills, instil discipline, develop social skills, teach patience, and encourage teamwork and cooperation.