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Toronto's Harbourfront Is Hosting Free Skating Dance Parties All Winter Long

DJs from all over cater to your skate-dancing needs.
Toronto's Harbourfront Is Hosting Free Skating Dance Parties All Winter Long

Photo cred - Harbourfront Centre

Skating is a Canadian national pastime, and dancing is pretty much a prerequisite for being a Torontonian. This year, Harbourfront is combining the two ideas to make one glorious winter activity you can get into over and over again.If you've been looking for an excuse to lace up your skates, this is it.

DJ Skate Nights is happening every Saturday from now until February 21st at the Harbourfront Centre. DJs from all over come every week to give you something to dance to, whether it's Electro Swing, House, or Motown. This weekend will be a little hip hop and funk, for all you music junkies. Admission is free, so check out the website and see which weekend works best for you and your peeps.

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