MONDAYS: 400-meter track at Father Redmond (Ken Cox Community Center at Colonel Samuel Smith Park, next to Humber College) next to Humber College
- 28 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M8V4B7
- Use the parking lot off 23rd street south of Lakeshore
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I am currently living in Toronto and I am interested in learning inline skating during the summer. I am a beginner and would like to join a club where I can learn basic techniques. I live in downtown Toronto (near China town) and have no car. I am wondering if I can get a ride from downtown to Humber college if anyone lives near here. also, I would like to know if I am eligible to join the club at this moment since I am a beginner. If no, could you recommend me any other clubs which I can join or how should I start learning inline skating? You can reach me via my email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance,
Hello- I just e-mailed you a response.
Hi, I am intrested to learn incline skating. Could you recommend clubs/groups/instructors?
Hi I have the same question as Sookyung but I live in Hamilton area. email@example.com
Hello, I would love to join but live east of your locations. Do you know of any downtown? Danforth/Broadview?
Are there any indoor? Years ago we used to skate around inside at the then named “Skydome” it was very cool. Yes dating myself lol.
Thanks in advance for the info,
You should add the Downsview Park loop to your locations. Sheppard and Keele. A splendid smooth long loop with a few hills to challenge you. Barely a soul on it typically. Park in the lot on Canuck Avenue. Best place to skate after the Martin Goodman trail.