Parks, Forestry & Recreation

Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre

Address: 870 Queen St E M4M 3G9 Map It

A large facility located on Queen Street in Jimmie Simpson Park. Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre is a hub for recreation programming with a variety of opportunities for everyone from preschool to older adults. It offers a wide-range of activities including swimming, fitness, youth, sports, after school and preschool programs.

Jimmie Simpson Artificial Ice rink is located in Jimmie Simpson Park. The ice rink features a hockey pad which doubles as a pleasure pad. There are change rooms for changing into skates nearby. There are also tennis courts and a soccer field in the park.

This location is a community centre where programs are free.

  • Contact Us: 416 392-0751
  • Fully Accessible
  • Ward: 30
  • District: Toronto & East York
  • Near: Queen St E & Mc Gee St
  • TTC Information: Travel to Queen Station. Board the 501 Queen and travel to Empire. Walk east to number 870

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  Arts

Arts & Crafts - Early ChildCourses offering instruction on a variety of arts and crafts techniques and projects.
Little Artists with Caregiver  (2 - 3yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 1 - 1:30pm
Little Artists with Caregiver  (2 - 3yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 1:45 - 2:15pm
Little Artists with Caregiver  (2 - 4yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 2:30 - 3pm
Ballet - ChildIntroductory and intermediate level courses that teach the basics of correct body alignment and proper ballet technique.
Dance: Ballet  (6 - 8yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 11:45am - 12:30pm
Dance - Early ChildVariety of courses offering both dance instruction and basic dance skill development.
Dance: Ballet  (4 - 4yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 9:45 - 10:15am
Dance: Ballet  (3 - 3yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 9:15 - 9:45am
Dance: Ballet  (3 - 4yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 10:15 - 10:45am
Dance: Ballet  (4 - 5yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 10:45 - 11:15am
Dance: Ballet  (5 - 5yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 11:15 - 11:45am
Hip Hop - ChildStreet and dance club influenced style of jazz dance. Known for its fast and energetic pace, this creative form of dance is often seen in music videos.
Dance: Hip Hop  (8 - 12yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 6:30 - 7:30pm
Hip Hop - YouthStreet and dance club influenced style of jazz dance. Known for its fast and energetic pace, this creative form of dance is often seen in music videos.
Dance: Hip Hop  (13 - 17yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 7:30 - 8:30pm
Music - Early ChildVariety of instructional and recreational courses in music.
Making Music with caregiver  (2 - 3yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-10-2017, Fri, 9:30 - 10:30am
Making Music with Caregiver  (2 - 5yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-10-2017, Fri, 10:30 - 11:30am

  Camps

Camp Adventure Child - All Day BasicThese Adventure Camps, for campers ages 6-12, have all in the ingredients of an Activity Camp and more. Campers are introduced to a variety of enhanced activities through workshops, special events and excursions. These camps have no consumable fee.
Adventure Camp  (6 - 12yrs)
Jan-02-2017 to Jan-06-2017, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, 9am - 4pm
MB Camp Activity Child - All Day BasicThese Activity Camps are designed to give children, ages 6-12, a fun-filled, action-packed and safe camp experience. Campers will be involved in arts and crafts, games, sports, special events, outdoor activities and local trips. These camps have no consumable fee.
Activity Camp  (6 - 12yrs)
Mar-13-2017 to Mar-17-2017, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, 9am - 4pm

  Fitness

Cardio - AdultThese classes are suitable for all levels, focusing on providing a minimum of 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercises that use large muscle groups in a continuous and rhythmic manner. Most classes will also include a muscle conditioning component. Regular participation can help improve one's cardiovascular system (heart/lungs), flexibility, balance and co-ordination. Small equipment may be used.
Boot Camp  (16yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-28-2017, Tue, 6:15 - 7:15pm
Cardio - Older AdultThese classes are suitable for all levels, focusing on providing a minimum of 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercises that use large muscle groups in a continuous and rhythmic manner. Most classes will also include a muscle conditioning component. Regular participation can help improve one's cardiovascular system (heart/lungs), flexibility, balance and co-ordination. Small equipment may be used.
Cardio Low Impact  (60yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-28-2017, Tue, 9:30 - 10:30am
Cardio Dance - AdultThese classes are suitable for all levels incorporating various culture inspired music and dance movements to create a dynamic, exciting, aerobic workout. Participants will benefit by having a total body fun workout that improves rhythm, burns calories and strengthens muscles. May include a muscle conditioning component.
ZUMBA (r)  (16yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-30-2017, Thur, 6:15 - 7:15pm
ZUMBA (r)  (16yrs and over)
Oct-06-2016 to Dec-22-2016, Thur, 6:15 - 7:15pm
Pilates - AdultBuild longer, leaner muscles while safely exploring optimal strength, flexibility and endurance. Exercises focus on strengthening core postural, abdominal and back muscles. Participants are required to bring their own mat.
Pilates  (16yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-30-2017, Thur, 7:30 - 8:30pm
Pilates  (16yrs and over)
Oct-06-2016 to Dec-22-2016, Thur, 7:30 - 8:30pm
Post Natal Fitness - AdultClasses designed for the specific needs after pregnancy. New moms / caregivers can participate with their babies in a welcoming and comfortable environment.
Yoga: Caregiver and Baby  (16yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-29-2017, Wed, 9:30 - 10:30am
Yoga - AdultA series of postures promoting flexibility, specific breathing and relaxation techniques, while strengthening and toning muscles. Various styles are offered. Participants are required to bring their own mat.
Yoga: Hatha  (16yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Apr-01-2017, Sat, 9:15 - 10:15am
Yoga: Hatha  (16yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-28-2017, Tue, 6:45 - 7:45pm
Yoga: Hatha  (16yrs and over)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-31-2017, Fri, 9:30 - 11am
Yoga: Hatha  (16yrs and over)
Oct-07-2016 to Dec-23-2016, Fri, 9:30 - 11am

  General Interest

Adapted General Interest - AdultGeneral programs for adults with a disability ages 25-59 which promote social and skill development. These programs will require an additional registration process to become eligible to participate.
Active8  (19yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-13-2017, Mon, 10am - 3pm
Active8  (19yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 10am - 3pm
General Interest - ChildA variety of activities that incorpoarate a variety of sports and skills.
Club: Eco-Explorer  (8 - 12yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-10-2017, Fri, 4:30 - 6pm
General Interest - Early ChildCourses that span a wide variety of activities and interests.
Recreation Adventures  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 9:30 - 11:30am
Recreation Adventures  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 9:30 - 11:30am
Youth ClubsAny registered youth club program
Drop - In Youth Council  (13 - 18yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-31-2017, Fri, 6 - 8pm
Drop - In Youth Council  (13 - 18yrs)
Oct-07-2016 to Dec-23-2016, Fri, 6 - 8pm

  Sports

Ball/Floor Hockey - ChildInstructional/recreational ball hockey and floor hockey programs that encourage skill development and fun for all participants.
Ball Hockey  (6 - 8yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 4 - 5pm
Ball Hockey  (9 - 12yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 5 - 6pm
Gymnastics - ChildIntroductory to advanced courses that develop skills and teach basic moves used in gymnastics. Participants build confidence and have fun learning.
Gymnastics: Level 1 to 4  (6 - 12yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-10-2017, Fri, 4 - 5pm
Gymnastics: Level 5 to 6  (6 - 12yrs)
Jan-13-2017 to Mar-10-2017, Fri, 4 - 5:30pm
Gymnactics: Level 7+ with City Wide Showcase  (8 - 12yrs)
Oct-07-2016 to May-20-2017, Fri, Sat, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Soccer - ChildInstructional/recreational soccer programs that encourage skill development and fun for all participants.
Soccer  (9 - 12yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 2:30 - 4pm
Soccer  (6 - 8yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 1 - 2:30pm
Sports - Early ChildA variety of activities that incorpoarate a variety of sports and skills.
Soccer  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-08-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, 12 - 12:45pm
Sports - YouthA variety of activities that incorpoarate a variety of sports and skills.
Open Rollerskate - Blade for Family  (6yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 6 - 7:30pm

  Swimming

Adult Swim 1Basic swimming skills and water safety. This is an introductory or beginner level. Prerequisite: A keen interest in developing skills and knowledge that promotes safe enjoyment of aquatic environments. Adult 1 develops or increases students' comfort in the water through basic floatation, movement and breathing skills and fosters the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to prepare, stay safe and survive in and around water.
Adult Swim 1  (17yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 6:15 - 7pm
Adult Swim 2Swimming strokes and water safety. Prerequisite: Ability to swim 15 metres continuously on front or back and a willingness to increase comfort in deep water. Adult 2 develops one or more swimming strokes, working towards proficiency and increased endurance, and introduces or enhances water safety knowledge and skills relevant to the student.
Adult Swim 2  (17yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 7 - 7:45pm
Adult Swim 3Lifetime swimming fitness and safety. Prerequisite: Ability to swim 50 metres continuously in at least two of the following strokes: front crawl, back crawl, elementary back and confidence to swim in deep water. Adult 3 maintains or increases the students' fitness through stroke improvement in a distance swim setting;introduces other forms of aquatic fitness activities and introduces or enhances water safety knowledge and skills relevant to the student.
Adult Swim 3  (17yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 7 - 7:45pm
AL: Bronze Cross (BC) / SFAThis course is designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including the introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross teaches the difference between lifesaving and lifeguarding, the principles of emergency procedures, teamwork and use of special equipment. Candidates must be able to swim 600 m in 18 minutes. Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid with CPR-C are pre-requisites for lifeguard training in the National Lifeguard Service (NLS) program and Lifesaving Society Instructors certifications. Pre-requisite: Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid (CPR-B). If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: Bronze Cross (BC) / SFA  (14yrs and over)
Apr-21-2017 to Apr-23-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Bronze Cross (BC) / SFA  (14yrs and over)
Aug-11-2017 to Aug-13-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Bronze Cross (BC) / SFA  (14yrs and over)
Sep-15-2017 to Sep-17-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Bronze Medallion (BM) / Bronze Cross (BC) / SFAThis is an intense program designed for individuals who have strong swimming skills. Please refer to descriptions for both Bronze Medallion/Emergency First Aid and Bronze Cross/SFA for further information.
AL: Bronze Medallion (BM) / Bronze Cross (BC) / SFA  (14yrs and over)
Jan-20-2017 to Jan-29-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Bronze Medallion (BM) / Bronze Cross (BC) / SFA  (14yrs and over)
Jun-16-2017 to Jun-25-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Bronze Medallion (BM) /Emergency First Aid (EFA)Teaches lifesavers of all ages how to respond in complex water rescue situations. Bronze Medallion develops physical fitness, decision-making and judgement skills in preparation for challenging rescues of increased risk. Lifesavers demonstrate stroke efficiency and endurance in a timed swim. Bronze Medallion is a prerequisite for all advanced lifesaving awards. Candidates must be able to complete a 500m swim in 15 minutes or less. The Emergency First Aid component teaches general knowledge of first aid principles and the emergency treatment of injuries. Skills include: victim assessment, CPR, choking, respiratory and circulatory emergencies such as heart attack and stroke, and how to deal with external bleeding. The CPR-B component teaches the appropriate CPR and choking procedures for children and infants. Successful candidates receive both Emergency First Aid with CPR-B certifications. Emergency First Aid is recognized by the WSIB. Prerequisites: Bronze Star or minimum age 13 years. If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss.
AL: Bronze Medallion (BM) /Emergency First Aid (EFA)  (13yrs and over)
Sep-08-2017 to Sep-10-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Lifesaving Society Assistant InstructorThrough classroom learning and in-water practice, this course prepares candidates to help certified instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. Candidates are introduced to key principals of learning and teaching, and they master basic progressions of teaching. The roles and responsibilities of instructors and their assistants are emphasized. Prerequisites: Bronze Cross or NLS. If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor  (14yrs and over)
Jul-08-2017 to Jul-09-2017, Sun, Sat, 12 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool OptionThis course is designed to develop sound understanding of lifeguarding principles, good judgement and a mature, responsible attitude toward the role of the lifeguard. The program emphasizes teamwork, leadership, communications and the prevention of accidents and the treatment of medical emergencies. Participants are taught advanced lifeguarding skills. This award remains current for two years from the date of certification. Candidates must bring proof of pre-requiste awards. Prerequisites: Minimum age of 16 years and proof of Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid with CPR-C. SFA/CPR-C MUST be from one of the following recognized agencies: Lifesaving Society, Canadian Red Cross, St. John's Ambulance and Canadian Ski Patrol. If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
Feb-10-2017 to Feb-26-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
May-19-2017 to May-28-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
Jul-28-2017 to Aug-06-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
Oct-06-2017 to Oct-15-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
Oct-20-2017 to Oct-29-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: National Lifeguard Service (NLS) - Pool Option  (16yrs and over)
Nov-03-2017 to Nov-19-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Standard First Aid (SFA)The 16-hour Standard First Aid course provides comprehensive training covering all aspects of first aid and CPR. This course is for those who want an in-depth understanding of first aid such as: medical/legal aspects, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and the Ontario Health Regulation and is one of the prerequisites to NLS. Prerequisites: None. If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: Standard First Aid (SFA)  (12yrs and over)
Jul-15-2017 to Jul-16-2017, Sun, Sat, 10am - 6:30pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving InstructorUpon successful completion of this program, candidates will be able to instruct the Toronto Learn to Swim program including Guardian, Preschool, Super, Ultra Swim and the lifesaving awards of the Lifesaving Society. Time is devoted in both classroom and water sessions to developing skills in the areas of class management, teaching, evaluation, leadership, communication and administration. This award remains current for two years from the date of certification. Candidates must bring proof of prerequisite awards to the first class. Prerequisites: Minimum age 16 years (by the last day of the course) and Bronze Cross or NLS. Recommended: Standard First Aid with CPR-C and Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor Course. If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Feb-03-2017 to Feb-19-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Mar-31-2017 to Apr-09-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Jun-02-2017 to Jun-11-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Sep-22-2017 to Oct-01-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Nov-10-2017 to Nov-26-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Dec-01-2017 to Dec-10-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Swim and Lifesaving Instructor  (16yrs and over)
Dec-02-2016 to Dec-11-2016, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Wading Pool Attendant (WPA)The Wading Pool Attendant award is designed to provide lifesavers the knowledge and skill to supervise a Wading Pool. In Ontario, a wading pool is a pool of water less than 0.75 metres (2 feet, 6 inches) in depth. This course includes Standard First Aid with CPR-C (unless otherwise noted). If you withdraw from a program 10 days or less from the course start date, a 50% refund is provided. No refunds are given for classes or programs that you miss. 100% attendance and active participation are mandatory!
AL: Wading Pool Attendant & SFA/CPR-C  (14yrs and over)
Mar-03-2017 to Mar-05-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Wading Pool Attendant & SFA/CPR-C  (14yrs and over)
Dec-15-2017 to Dec-17-2017, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
AL: Wading Pool Attendant & SFA/CPR-C  (14yrs and over)
Dec-16-2016 to Dec-18-2016, Sun, Fri, Sat, 6 - 10pm
Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid (CPR B)Prerequisites: Bronze Star or minimum 13 years of age. Teaches young and adult lifesavers alike how to respond in complex water rescue situations. Bronze Medallion develops physical fitness, decision making and judgement skills in preparation for challenging rescues of increased risk. Lifesavers must demonstrate stroke efficiency and endurance in a timed swim. Candidates must be able to complete a 500 m swim in 15 minutes or less by the course exam date. Emergency First Aid with CPR-B teaches general knowledge of first aid principles and the emergency treatment of injuries. Skills include: victim assessment, rescue breathing, adult and child CPR and obstructed airway response, identification and treatment of respiratory and circulatory emergencies. Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid (CPR-B) are prerequisites for all future lifesaving awards.
No courses are presently available for Internet Registration.
Bronze Star & Basic 1st Aid (CPR-A)Bronze Star is an excellent preparation course for success in Bronze Medallion. Participants develop problem solving and decision making skills individually and with a partner. Learn one-rescuer adult CPR, obstructed airway response, rescue breathing skills and how to contact Emergency Medical Services. Candidates will develop Water Smart confidence and the lifesaving skills needed to be their own personal lifesaver. These are official training certification of the Lifesaving Society-Canada's lifeguarding experts.
Bronze Star & Basic 1st Aid (CPR-A)  (9yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6 - 7:30pm
Guardian Swim 1The Guardian Swim Program provides an introduction to the aquatic environment and basic skills. It is age appropriate and progressive. Learning is facilitated through the parent/ caregiver to ensure comfort, communication and extra safety. Parent or guardian must accompany child into the water. One child per parent/guardian
Guardian Swim 1  (6mths - 5yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 10:30 - 11am
Guardian Swim 1  (6mths - 5yrs)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4 - 4:30pm
Guardian Swim 1  (6mths - 5yrs)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 9:30 - 10am
Guardian Swim 2The Guardian Swim Program provides an introduction to the aquatic environment and basic skills. It is age appropriate and progressive. Learning is facilitated through the parent/ caregiver to ensure comfort, communication and extra safety. Parent or guardian must accompany child into the water. One child per parent/guardian
Guardian Swim 2  (6mths - 5yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 11 - 11:30am
Guardian Swim 3The Guardian Swim Program provides an introduction to the aquatic environment and basic skills. It is age appropriate and progressive. Learning is facilitated through the parent/ caregiver to ensure comfort, communication and extra safety. Parent or guardian must accompany child into the water. One child per parent/guardian
Guardian Swim 3  (6mths - 5yrs)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10 - 10:30am
Junior Lifeguard ClubLearn all about the exciting world of lifeguarding. Improve your skills, your strokes, make new friends, get fit and have fun. Prerequisite: Children must be able to swim two lengths of the pool comfortably. Serious fun! That's the Jr. Lifeguard Club (JLC) in a nutshell. More action, more options, more fun! The JLC offers a unique aquatic alternative for children who love the water and want more than just "lessons" or wish to complement the skills they are learning in swimming lessons or swim team. Children join the clubs, not just attend swimming lessons. Participants receive a water log to store seals which acknowledge their accomplishments. Children participate in activities that are similar to those of real lifegaurds - in a safe, fun and controlled setting where they learn about lifesaving and lifeguarding, challenge themselves for personal bests, hang out, get fit, make friends, and have a great time. The JLC meets weekly, with optional opportunities to get involved in special events and volunteer opportunities. JLC water log and recognition stickers: $10.
Junior Lifeguard Club  (9yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 5 - 6pm
Preschool Swim 1: PenguinSafety, facility and aquatic orientation. Introduction to entries, exits, submersions, breath control and basic floats with assistance. Floats, movement, basic kicks and swimming skills.
Preschool Swim 1: Penguin  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 10:30 - 11am
Preschool Swim 1: Penguin  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 11:30am - 12pm
Preschool Swim 2: StingrayDevelopment of entries and exits, breath holding, bobbing and floats. Introduction to front and back swim, treading skills and deep water orientations. Continuous swim 5 metres.
Preschool Swim 2: Stingray  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 11 - 11:30am
Preschool Swim 2: Stingray  (3 - 5yrs)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 11 - 11:30am
Ranger PatrolPrerequisite: Ultra 9. Features timed 200 metre swims, 100 metre fitness medley and support/carry a 5 pound weight. Content is challenging but achievable with effort. Drills improve rescue abilities in the water.
Ranger Patrol  (9yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6:30 - 7:30pm
Rookie PatrolPrerequisite: Ultra 8. Features timed 100 metre swims, 350 metre workouts and swims with clothes. A work hard/play hard approach develops swimming strength and efficiency with emphasis on personal responsibility for Water Smart Behaviour.
Rookie Patrol  (9yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6:30 - 7:30pm
SPLASH Swim TeamPrerequisite: Must be able to swim at least 2 continuous pool lengths unassisted. Participants are provided with swim workouts along with the assistance and development of the four competitive swimming stroke and competitive swim skills.
SPLASH Swim Team  (5 - 18yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Mon, Wed, 6 - 7pm
Star PatrolPrerequisite: Ultra 9. Features timed 300 metre swims, 600 metre workouts, lifeguard whistle signals, and airway and bleeding first aid priorities. Demands good physical conditioning and lifesaving judgement.
Star Patrol  (9yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6:30 - 7:30pm
Synchronized SwimThis Synchro Ontario Trillium program builds strength, endurance, flexibility and is ideal for those who are between levels or who are looking for a new aquatic challenge. Prerquisite: must be comfortable to swim extended periods in deep end.
Synchro Swim 1  (11 - 17yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 5 - 6pm
Synchro Swim 2  (11 - 17yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 5 - 6pm
Synchro Swim 3  (7 - 17yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 5 - 6pm
Synchro Swim 4  (7 - 17yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 5 - 6pm
Synchro Swim 5  (7 - 17yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6 - 7pm
Synchro Swim 6  (7 - 17yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 6 - 7pm
Synchro Swim 1  (5 - 10yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4 - 5pm
Synchro Swim 2  (5 - 10yrs)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 1Safety, facility and aquatic orientation. Introduction to entries, exits, submersions, breath control and basic floats with assistance. Floats, movement, basic kicks and swimming skills.
Ultra Swim 1  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 5:30 - 6pm
Ultra Swim 1  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 5:15 - 5:45pm
Ultra Swim 1  (5yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4 - 4:30pm
Ultra Swim 1  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 9:30 - 10am
Ultra Swim 2Development of entries and exits, breath holding, bobbing and floats. Introduction to front and back swim, treading skills and deep water orientations. Continuous swim 5 metres.
Ultra Swim 2  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4 - 4:30pm
Ultra Swim 2  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 5 - 5:30pm
Ultra Swim 2  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 4:45 - 5:15pm
Ultra Swim 2  (5yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4 - 4:30pm
Ultra Swim 3Development of endurance, time requirements, entries, bobbing, rolls, sculling and treading skills. Introduction to front crawl, PFD/lifejacket/buoyant aids, clothed survival and use of aids. Continuous swim 15 metres.
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4 - 4:30pm
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 4:15 - 4:45pm
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4:30 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 9:30 - 10am
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10 - 10:30am
Ultra Swim 3  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10:30 - 11am
Ultra Swim 4Development of breath control, entries, deepwater techniques, survival skills and front crawl. Introduction to back crawl, combined stroke swims, deep water, descent and ascent, under water swim. HELP position and self-rescue. Continuous swim 25 metres.
Ultra Swim 4  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10 - 10:30am
Ultra Swim 4  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4:30 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 4  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 4:45 - 5:15pm
Ultra Swim 4  (5yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4:30 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 4  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10:30 - 11am
Ultra Swim 5Development of front and back crawl, treading skills, simple rescue techniques and deep water abilities. Introduction to surface dives, front dives, whip kick, primary assessment and basic lifesaving skills. Continuous swim 50 metres. Must be comfortable in deep water.
Ultra Swim 5  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 4:30 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 5  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 4:15 - 4:45pm
Ultra Swim 5  (5yrs and over)
Jan-11-2017 to Mar-08-2017, Wed, 4:30 - 5pm
Ultra Swim 5  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 10:30 - 11am
Ultra Swim 6Development of shallow dives, eggbeater, foot first surface dive, self rescue and basic lifesaving skills. Introduction to elementary back stroke and artificial respiration. Continous swim 100 metres.
Ultra Swim 6  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 5:30 - 6:15pm
Ultra Swim 6  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 11 - 11:45am
Ultra Swim 7Development of entries, surface dives, elementary back stroke, kicks, lifesaving & treading skills. Introduction to breast stroke and deep dives. Continous swim 150 metres.
Ultra Swim 7  (5yrs and over)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 4:45 - 5:30pm
Ultra Swim 7  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 5:30 - 6:15pm
Ultra Swim 7  (5yrs and over)
Jan-14-2017 to Mar-11-2017, Sat, 11 - 11:45am
Ultra Swim 8Development of deep dives, surface dives with underwater swim, all strokes and kicks. Continuous swim 200 metres.
Ultra Swim 8  (5yrs and over)
Jan-09-2017 to Mar-06-2017, Mon, 5 - 6pm
Ultra Swim 9Development of self rescue abilities, non contact rescue and stroke improvement. Introduction to stride jump and compact jump. Continous swim 300 metres.
Ultra Swim 9  (5yrs and over)
Jan-10-2017 to Mar-07-2017, Tue, 6 - 7pm
Ultra Youth Swim 1Learning to swim can be intimidating when you are older and just starting out. This program is designed to meet the needs of youth (9-16 years) that have little to no swim training. Instead of trying to fit into the traditional Learn to Swim Levels with children half their age, youth can learn to swim in a group lesson with their peers. This is an introductory level teaching the basics of getting wet, basic floating positions, and introduction to front and back swims. We are committed to creating a comfortable swim environment for people learning to swim at any age. Knowing how to swim can save your life! Get in the swim!
Ultra Youth Swim 1  (9 - 15yrs)
Jan-12-2017 to Mar-09-2017, Thur, 5:30 - 6:30pm

  General Interest

Next Week
Sun Dec 04Mon Dec 05Tue Dec 06Wed Dec 07Thu Dec 08Fri Dec 09Sat Dec 10
Recreation Fun and Play with Caregiver
(1 - 5yrs)
 3 - 6pm   3 - 6pm 
Recreation Fun and Play with Caregiver
(1 - 5yrs)
  9:15am - 12:15pm 9:15am - 12:15pm  

  Sports

Next Week
Sun Dec 04Mon Dec 05Tue Dec 06Wed Dec 07Thu Dec 08Fri Dec 09Sat Dec 10
DROP-IN Badminton
(18yrs and over)
      2:45 - 4:15pm
Table Tennis
(18yrs and over)
9am - 4:30pm9am - 9pm9am - 9pm9am - 9pm9am - 9pm9am - 9pm9am - 4:30pm
DROP-IN Badminton
(18yrs and over)
   7 - 9:15pm   
DROP-IN Badminton
(18yrs and over)
   9:30am - 12pm   
DROP-IN Badminton
(60yrs and over)
   12 - 2:30pm   
DROP-IN Indoor Soccer - Women
(18yrs and over)
9 - 11:30am   7:45 - 9:45pm  
DROP-IN Badminton
(60yrs and over)
     1 - 3pm 
DROP-IN Youth Basketball
(13 - 17yrs)
 7:30 - 9:30pm     
DROP-IN Indoor Basketball
(18yrs and over)
  7:30 - 9:30pm    
DROP-IN Skate boarding
(13 - 24yrs)
   3 - 6pm   
DROP IN: Sports and Games
(6 - 12yrs)
    4 - 6pm  

  Swimming

Next Week
Sun Dec 04Mon Dec 05Tue Dec 06Wed Dec 07Thu Dec 08Fri Dec 09Sat Dec 10
Aquafit: Older Adult
(60yrs and over)
 1:45 - 2:45pm 1:45 - 2:45pm   
Lane Swim
(7yrs and over)
12 - 2pm7 - 9am
11:30am - 1:30pm
8 - 9pm
11:30am - 1:30pm7 - 9am
11:30am - 1:30pm
8 - 9pm
11:30am - 1:30pm
8 - 9pm
7 - 9am
11:30am - 1:30pm
7 - 8pm
12 - 2pm
Leisure Swim
2:15 - 4pm  5 - 6pm 5 - 7pm2:15 - 4pm
Leisure Swim: Preschool
(up to 5yrs)
 12 - 1pm12 - 1pm12 - 1pm12 - 1pm12 - 1pm 
Lane Swim: Older Adult
(60yrs and over)
    2:45 - 3:45pm  
Leisure Swim: Older Adult
(60yrs and over)
  1:45 - 2:45pm 1:45 - 2:45pm1:45 - 2:45pm 
Facility TypeQuantityFacility Rating *
Dressing Room3

Games Room1
C
Gymnasium1
B
Indoor Pool1
1
B
C
Kitchen1

Multipurpose Room1
1
B
C
Skateboard Area1


* Facilities can be available to permit. Permit rates are dependent on facility rating of Premium, A, B or C and your group category. Use the Facility Rating Criteria to learn more about amenities that might be available at each facility.