News Release: September 21, 2021 - Registration opening soon for City of Toronto fall recreation programming

Fall Recreation 

Registration for fall recreation programs and December holiday programs starts at 7 a.m. on the following dates:

  • Saturday, September 25 – Etobicoke York and Scarborough
  • Tuesday, September 28 – North York and Toronto and East York

Due to changes in Toronto’s ward boundaries, the registration date for facilities in Ward 5 – York South-Weston has changed. It is now a part of Etobicoke North and the registration date is September 25. Facilities in York South-Weston are:

  • Amesbury Community Centre
  • Amesbury Sports Complex 
  • Chris Tonks Arena
  • Falstaff Community Centre
  • Mount Dennis Community Hall
  • Pelmo Park Community Centre
  • Weston Collegiate Institute
  • York Recreation Centre

For more information visit

Ways to Register

There are three ways to register:

  • Online at
  • By phone through the Recreation Customer Service Call Centre
    • September 24, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  
    • September 25 (registration day), 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • September 27, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    • September 28, (registration day), 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • All other days: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, closed.
  • In-person at select locations from 7 a.m. until noon on registration days: 
    • Saturday, September 25, 2021
      • Centennial Recreation Centre (Scarborough)
      • Driftwood Community Recreation Centre (Etobicoke York)
    • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
      • Dennis R. Timbrell Resource Centre (North York)
      • Masaryk-Cowan Community Recreation Centre (Toronto and East York)
      • Wellesley Community Centre (Toronto and East York)

For more information on how to register, visit the City website .

Family and Client Numbers

Before you can register, you need a Family Number for your household and Client Numbers for members of your household. You can create and manage registration accounts on the City website

If you have forgotten your account details you can visit eFun and select “Log in” from the top menu. A pop-up window will open. Select “Forgot Login?” on the right-hand side and enter your email address associated with your account.

Vaccine mandate and COVID-19 measures

As part of the Provincial vaccine mandate, starting on September 22, 2021, the following must show proof of full vaccination:

  • Individuals age 12 and older for indoor fitness centres, weight rooms and fitness classes
  • Individuals age 18 and older for indoor organized sports, dance, martial arts and swimming programs and those accessing an indoor area used for sports and recreation fitness activities
  • Indoor caregivers and spectators age 12 and older 

If this applies to you, at every visit, please show your vaccination receipt and identification that shows your date of birth (e.g. driver's license, birth certificate, etc).

Health measures including physical distancing, masks indoors, hand hygiene and contact tracing will be in place at community recreation centres. Program capacity will depend on the program and the facility, but will allow for physical distancing of two metres. More details are available at Recreation during COVID-19

Fun Guides

Fun Guides are available on the City website. (Please note - the FUN Guide was not produced for Fall 2020 registration)

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.

Find day camps, recreational programs and activities close to your home or work, and register online on the Registered Programs map. You can refine your search by programs, week, age, accessibility and other options. 

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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