Montreal kids hit the rink over March break
The Bleu Blanc Bouge rink at Willibrord Park was busy Tuesday morning with families enjoying the break
Whether decked out in Habs gear or Hello Kitty, kids in Verdun made the most of one of the last days of winter at the Bleu Blanc Bouge rink at Willibrord Park in Verdun.
The refrigerated rink is open despite the milder weather, and proved to be busy during the March school break.
Many outdoor rinks in the city have already closed down for the season, including the rinks in the Plateau.
While many rinks have already closed, families looking to keep skating can go to the refrigerated rinks, like the one at Beaver Lake.
Several of the Bleu Blanc Bouge rinks are open, including in NDG's Confederation Park and LaSalle's Hayward Park.
Check for updated rink schedules on the city's website here.
With the first day of spring creeping up, there are few opportunities left to get out on the ice.
The Bleu Blanc Bouge rink was donated by the Montreal Canadiens Children's Foundation.
The rink serves as a smooth service where young skaters can hone their skills or practice their slapshot.
During the summer months, the space is where local kids can play basketball, soccer, or ball hockey.
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