Beaches Recreation Centre is the centre of the Beaches community. Preschool and school-aged programs as well as fitness for adults are the mainstays of the program schedule.
This 1.6 hectare park near Woodbine Avenue and Gerrard Street East features a dog off-leash area, a splash pad and a children's playground. Near Kingand Woodbine.
Donald D. Summerville Outdoor Olympic Pool complex is located on the beach, at Woodbine Park. This facility features a 50 metre Olympic size pool, 25 metre training pool and a separate diving pool. The diving pool features 5 and 10 metre diving platforms. ...
Earl Beatty Community Centre offers a wide variety of recreational programs for all ages including: swimming lessons, camp programs in December, March, and during the day in the summer, creative arts, ballet, jazz, gymnastics beginner recreational and adv ...
East York Community Centre offers the full spectrum of programs for preschool to older adults, we have it all. We are the only type B Health Club in the Toronto & East York District, we are among the leaders in the number of swim lessons, fitness classes ...
Fairmount Park Community Centre is a shared use facility that offers programs in two large community spaces. School age art, dance programs and adult fitness are the main programs.
Kiwanis outdoor pool is located in the Stan Wadlow Park in close proximity to the Stan Wadlow Club House, East York Arena, and East York Curling Club. Kiwanis pool features a large pool deck, male and female changerooms and a deep pool for jumping and div ...
This 3 level facility houses a 25 metre pool, 2 multi purpose areas, a kitchen, and a small weight room.. We have lockers, showers and changerooms on the third floor. We offer a wide range of programming for all ages.
This park was formerly called "Edgewood Park South".
This Recreation Centre has a gym and a few community rooms for programing. With access to the TDSB pool. Primary clients are school aged children 5 to 14 years.
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