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THOROLD ARENA CLOSED : WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 2019
Submitted By Kathy Dittrich on Wednesday, February 6, 2019
The City of Thorold has closed the arena due to increment weather .
All games and practices schedule are cancelled and will be scheduled for a later date.

Niagara Ice Dog Tickets can be picked up at the Meridian Centre on Thursday February 7 prior to the pregame skate and game.
Mail Lobby - lower level where the box offices are .

If you have any questions please contact myself  Kathy Dittrich
[email protected]

 

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