There was a time when belonging to the Minto Skating Club gave skaters a chance to sparkle as performers in an annual show called the Minto Follies, inaugurated in 1926 and going strong well into the 1970s. The Minto Follies were produced every year for 41 years, from 1926 to 1967, and thereafter intermittently until a final glorious performance in 1997. In its heyday, in 1952, Mayfair Magazine praised the Minto Follies as “the first and best chorus on ice.”

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  • There was a time when belonging to the Minto Skating Club gave skaters a chance to sparkle as performers in an annual show called the Minto Follies, inaugurated in 1926 and going strong well into the 1970s. The Minto Follies were produced every year for 41 years, from 1926 to 1967, and thereafter intermittently until a final glorious performance in 1997. In its heyday, in 1952, Mayfair Magazine praised the Minto Follies as “the first and best chorus on ice.” (en)
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  • There was a time when belonging to the Minto Skating Club gave skaters a chance to sparkle as performers in an annual show called the Minto Follies, inaugurated in 1926 and going strong well into the 1970s. The Minto Follies were produced every year for 41 years, from 1926 to 1967, and thereafter intermittently until a final glorious performance in 1997. In its heyday, in 1952, Mayfair Magazine praised the Minto Follies as “the first and best chorus on ice.” (en)
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