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Immersion & Room to Skate at Nathan Phillips Sq

Nothing better than an uneventful monday night for a trip to Nathan Phillips Square. Having already spent a couple evenings there in the past few days, I've got to say, it's quite the scene this year.

Two great reasons why you should grab that sweater you keep in your desk and head over there tonight:

1) The "Immersion" projection light show by Xavier de Richemont. Pictured above, the 15 minute choreographed light show is a sight to see, even if it seems more appropriate for Halloween than Christmas.

It's on a couple times every evening and you'll know when, as the the action at NPS come to a halt and all eyes turn in awe at Old City Hall.

2) Room to skate! The weather is mild and the rink isn't quite packed yet, so this is prime skating time. Bring your own or rent 'em there.

It's a memorable Monday in the making.

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