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Outdoor skating at Queens, Ramsey Lake done for the season

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Apr 04, 2014 - 1:51 PM |
Skating is done for the season at Queen's Athletic Field (above) and Ramsey Lake. File photo.

Skating is done for the season at Queen's Athletic Field (above) and Ramsey Lake. File photo.

Warmer spring temperatures finally arrive in the city

Good news for those waiting for spring to arrive: it's getting too warm to skate outdoors.

On Friday, the city announced that milder temperatures is forcing the closure of the Queen’s Athletic Skating Oval and the Ramsey Lake Skate Path. However, outdoor winter sports aren't completely done, just yet.

“Greater Sudbury Ski hills will remain open, weather permitting, until further notice,” a city release said.

For more information, call the city's main information line at 311.

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