Summer vacation? Bored? Come join in! Find out about Youth Recreation and opportunities in Arts and Culture!
Looking for ways to get involved, meet new people and gain skills? Learn about recreation opportunities for youth, including Youth Spaces, drop-in programs and other ways to get active.
Did you know that drop-in programs are FREE for youth 13-24! Participate in sports, games, music, arts, crafts, cooking and more. You don't have to plan ahead – just show up! Search for drop-in programs in your area.
Did you know the City has a number of exciting recreation programs for youth? Music, swimming, fitness, skating, skiing, arts and crafts – there's something for everyone. Find out which program suits you and register today.
Enjoy nature and the great outdoors? From bike parks to beaches, Toronto offers many free outdoor activities and attractions for youth. Find out where to begin your journey around Toronto's parks and trails.
There are many community centres where all activities are free. Find a free community centre.
Don't let the cost of recreation programs hold you back from getting active. Financial assistance is available to help low-income youth access recreation.
Live Arts is a youth arts investment program with a special focus on transforming lives and building community in underserved neighbourhoods through art.
Looking for an exciting event? Look no further! The City of Toronto provides a unique mix of celebrations all year round, including many festivals and events. From Nuit Blanche to Sunday Serenades with free live music, the fun never ends.
Your journey through Toronto’s art and cultural life starts here. The Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass (MAP) gives you the chance to explore the Toronto Zoo, museums, art galleries and historic sites for FREE! Borrow a MAP pass from your Toronto Public Library branch using a valid library card.
From May through October 2016, the Cultural Hotspot initiative will shine a spotlight on arts, culture and community in North York; inspiring new ideas about where culture thrives in Toronto.