Programs start from Monday, January 9, 2023 and will run for nine weeks.
Over 11,200 fun, active and educational programs are on offer for Torontonians of all ages and abilities.
Many winter recreation programs are adapted to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities. To ensure a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience, classes are smaller, additional assistance is provided and sometimes adaptive equipment is used. To access Adapted and Inclusive Services (AIS) you need an AIS membership.
Accessible Recreation programs include:
Learn a new craft or improve your existing creative skills with our Arts and Heritage programs. Our qualified staff will teach you the technical skills to take your talent to the next level. Weekly group classes and workshops are available.
Drop-in programs are available for many ages and interests. Most are free and require no registration. Browse programs by category using the Drop-in Programs List or search by location using the Drop-in Programs Map.
Drop-in programs include:
Get your heart rate up, achieve a great workout and have fun at our indoor and outdoor group fitness and wellness programs. A range of drop-in sessions and registered classes are available throughout the week to meet your needs.
Learn timeless life skills and classic games in our general interest programs. From cooking classes to playing chess, there’s something for everyone to try out.
March Break CampTO is an early spring camp experience for children ages four to 12 years. It offers outdoor and physical activities, active and quiet games, arts and crafts and nature-based activities. It starts on March 13, 2023, to align with the March school break.
Adapted March Break CampTO offers a safe, enjoyable and rewarding camp experience for individuals with disabilities, ages six to 24.
Centennial Park Ski and Snowboard Centre will not operate this year. Instead, the City is offering a variety of new, affordable programs and free events at Centennial Park over the 2022/2023 winter season.
We offer swimming classes for children, youth and adults, at many levels. Participants will be able to improve their swimming skills, get out of their comfort zone and increase their knowledge of water safety. Our instructors ensure a safe and enjoyable environment for all.
Some programs require a caregiver in the water to participate.
Limited virtual recreation classes are on offer for winter.
Virtual programs include:
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:
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