Join a free, family friendly open house featuring entertainment, raffles, guest speakers, food, henna artists and more. All are welcome, Wednesday May 29, 2 to 6 p.m. at Keele Community Hub.
Community Hubs are neighbourhood gathering places that welcome local residents to connect with each other and their community. They are places to relax, meet up or work. Hubs offer a wide range of spaces for local community groups to meet, hold events and workshops and can also include programs, supports and services from non-profit organizations.

Located in Keelesdale at 1652 Keele Street (near Keele St. and Rogers Rd.), Keele Community Hub offers a range of services as part of the Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy and Community Coordination Plan. The City will host pop up community events and the hub also offers services through a variety of not-for-profit partners. For more information contact 416-392-2981 by phone or email neighbourhoods@toronto.ca.

Community Partners

For Youth Initiative

A multi-service agency providing year-round programs and services to local youth to meet their needs and empower them to reach their full potential.

Telephone Number: 416-653-3311

Woman Abuse Council of Toronto

Collaborates with membership organizations and the community to drive systemic change towards ending violence against women through dedicated education, research and policy development, and community mobilization.

Telephone Number: 416-944-9242

Midaynta Community Services

Provides youth and family programming, settlement services, student and family advocate programs, youth mentorship programs youth outreach worker programs, and other programs for youth, families, refugees, and immigrants. 

Telephone Number: 416-544-1992

York Hispanic Centre

Provides a wide spectrum of services in the social, settlement, health, service referrals, form completion, translation of documents, Health Promotion workshops, Food programs, Community Kitchen, Food Market, Community Garden, Senior’s Group, Zumba, Tax Clinics and community events. 

Telephone Number: 416-651-9166

Keele Community Hub Partners lease space through the Community Space Tenancy Program. 

Dawes Road Library Branch  located at 416 Dawes Rd. (near Dawes Rd. and Victoria Park Ave.) will be reconstructed and expanded to create a new community hub that will include City services. All public spaces will be revitalized to ensuring they meet the needs of the vibrant community. Construction is scheduled for completion in 2026. Contact 416-396-3820 by phone or email drstaff@tpl.ca.