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Exhibition Schedule Set

Preseason Schedule Begins November 11

Oakville, ON – The Toronto Rock are set to play three exhibition games at the TRAC in November and the team is asking the Rock City faithful to once again support some very worthy charity efforts at each game as we approach the holidays.

All three Rock exhibition games will be played at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre located at 1132 Invicta Drive in Oakville, ON.  There will be no charge for admission, however fans are reminded that seating is limited, and fans will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.

Preseason Schedule

Saturday, November 11 vs. Saskatchewan Rush, 7pm ET

Saturday, November 18 vs. Colorado Mammoth, 7pm ET

Saturday, November 25 vs. Philadelphia Wings, 7pm ET

Each year, the Rock partners with several local charities for their exhibition games.  Below is more information about the charities that fans can support this preseason.

Food For Thought: November 11th

In 1997, parents came together, in partnership with the Halton School Boards, the YMCA and the Halton Region Board of Health, and formed an advisory committee to oversee the first 6 official Student Nutrition Programs in Halton.  Fast forward to 2007, just ten years later, and HFFT became an incorporated, registered, charity with its own Board of Directors and 63 programs.  Halton Food for Thought’s vision is “no student goes hungry at school.”  In partnership with the community, Halton Food for Thought is the sole provider of Student Nutrition Programs in schools across Halton Region.  Partner programs include nutritious breakfasts, snacks and lunches served before or during school hours. Click here to view a list of items that are in need.

Safetynet Children & Youth Charities: November 18th

Safetynet Children & Youth Charities was founded by Bill Shields in 2007 and services families with clothing, household items, and extra-curricular activities.  They rely on community donations to provide free items and services to financially disadvantaged families.  Fans will be able to donate new and gently used clothing and volunteers from Safetynet will be on site to collect monetary donations and provide more information to fans about their charity.  Items that are most in need are men’s, women’s, and children’s regular and thermal underwear, socks, winter coats and boots and seasonal (winter) clothing.  Fans are asked to bring items in a large reusable cloth bag (or a garbage bag).  For more information on Safetynet Children & Youth Charities, please visit https://www.safetynetservices.ca/.

Oakville Fire Toy Drive: November 25th

The Oakville Professional Firefighters Association Toy Drive has been an annual tradition since 1992 and once again will have a presence at our preseason games!  All toys and donations raised are donated to local charities and agencies, where they are then distributed to families in need.  While all donations are appreciated, the area of greatest need are gifts for youth ages 12 to 15.  Fans are asked to donate new and unwrapped toys to support the Toy Drive, and volunteers will be on site to collect monetary and gift card donations. For more information, please visit http://www.oakvillepffa.com/toy-drive.

Toronto Rock training camp will begin on Saturday, October 28th at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville, ON.

2023-24 Toronto Rock Season Memberships and Single Game Tickets are on sale now!  For more information on tickets, please visit torontorock.com, call the Toronto Rock Ticket Office at 416-596-3075 or email us at tickets@torontorock.com.

 

 

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