News Release - June 5, 2019: Registration for Toronto's summer swim, skate and after-school programs begins this weekend and next week

Fun Guides
The fall/winter Toronto Fun Guides will be available online as of August 7, 2018 and will be available for pick up from recreation centres and libraries as of August 20, 2018.

Recreation fees are increased annually by the amount of inflation. The increase has already been applied to registered programs, and to any permit/rental booking with a 2018 date.

First time registrants
If you are registering for the first time, you will need to set up an account; this can be done prior to registration. Additional details on how to set up an account, can be found on the City of Toronto website.

There are several ways you can register and pay for Toronto FUN Programs:

  • Operator Assisted
  • In-Person check Toronto FUN Guide for locations
  • Drop-off processed after initial days of registration
  • TTY for deaf and hard of hearing clients
    Toronto Registered Program Map
    Find day camps, recreational programs and activities close to your home or work, and register online. You can refine your search by programs, week, age, accessibility and other options. Access to this map is located on the City of Toronto website.

Age override

Usually registrants must reach the specified age of the program by the first day of class, however, age overrides are considered in some cases. Age overrides are more of a challenge with pre-schoolers due to current provincial legislation. Exceptions must be done manually in order to be processed.

This is contingent on certain program areas that may allow the exception such as Aquatics and by the client requesting from the Community Recreation Programmer (CRP) to authorize (if possible) the age override and place an alert text on the child's account.

There are some program areas that do not allow any age override such as ski and snowboard.

Online Fun Guides:

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