The City uses Cisco Webex Meetings for Virtual Recreation programs. Once registered, participants will be sent instructions by email on how to access the program online a few days before the class start date.
You will need:
City registration policies apply to Virtual Recreation. Visit How to Register for Recreation programs for more details, or to find out how to get your family and client numbers.
Call the Recreation Call Centre. You will need to provide the following information:
Visit Accessible Recreation to learn about virtual programming.
Explore and use imagination to create basic crafts with items commonly found in a home, through a series of weekly art projects. Participants will show and share their creations with the instructor and fellow participants at the end of each class.
Learn introductory level dance instruction for various Hip Hop dance styles and moves weekly. Participants will combine dance components to complete a dance combination at the end of each class.
Explore and use imagination to create weekly art concepts using different painting techniques. Participants will show and share their creations with the instructor and fellow participants at the end of each class.
There are no virtual swim programs currently being offered. Visit eFun to find in-person swim programming. Resources have been created so you can learn on your own.
A collection of activities so you can practice swimming skills on your own.