Well-structured sports programs can provide children and adults with opportunities to participate in physical activity that has immediate and long-term benefits. Higher fitness levels, better health and enjoyable social interaction are a few of the fringe benefits of participating in sports activities. Fun and sports go together, whether it's basketball, golf, gymnastics, volleyball or badminton that appeals to you, just get active.
League Goal: To create a fun and safe environment which fosters inclusiveness, fair play and the development of softball
skills for females. Game times for all divisions: May-Sept, 6:30 pm/8:30 pm. Each team plays 1 game/week.
Riverdale Park & Trinity Park
For more information, call Marcel Vieira, 416-392-5144.
Local community centres provide the fundamentals of ball-hockey through simple skills development, exercise and fun. This exciting sport program opportunity provides kids aged 4-15 with the equipment and infrastructure to play organized streetstyle ball hockey in a fun and safe environment. For more information, contact a community centre that offers this unique program.
901 Cosburn Avenue, 416-396-2816
The East York Curling Club features daytime and evening leagues for seniors, men, women, mixed, juniors, bantams and little rocks. Our season runs from October to April, and curling lessons are offered at the beginning of each season. The facility include 6 sheets of ice, a lounge with a large screen TV, a bar, a fireplace, and parking. Call us for info on memberships, lessons and facility rentals.
1073A Millwood Road, 416-338-4793
The Leaside Curling Club features daytime and evening leagues for men, women, open, mixed, juniors, bantams and little rocks. Running from September to April, we offer leasures, clinics, club social events and bonspiels. Our facility includes 8 sheets of ice, a Pro Shop, a large spectator area, a lounge with bar and hot snacks, and a fireplace. Call us for info on memberships and facility rentals.