Living In Toronto
“June is Recreation and Parks Month” provides Torontonians an opportunity to get out, get physical and sample a variety of programs and services Parks, Forestry and Recreation has to offer. Choose from a multitude of activities including swimming, biking, playing baseball, or dancing. A wide range of recreational events are planned by Parks, Forestry and Recreation for the month of June.
To kick off the summer season, 10 outdoor pools opened on June 18, and more outdoor pools will open Saturday, June 25 for weekend and evening swimming.
Check the opening dates and schedules for all 57 City-run outdoor pools.
The City is hosting a series of Ravine Strategy pop-up consultations throughout the summer to get input on the draft guiding principles and actions. Visit toronto.ca/ravinestrategy for details.
Splash pads in City parks are now open. The hours of operation are daily from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm. Come make a splash! Details and locations.
After reviewing over 1,400 amazing winter photos the results are in for the 'Snap & Share the wonders of winter in Toronto to win!' photo contest. Thank-you to Nikon Canada, our expert judges and everyone who participated. Check out these incredible photos.
City parks will come alive this summer with arts and music! The City has partnered with Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Foundation to animate parks with free arts and music events through the Arts in the Parks initiative found at www.artsintheparksto.org.
Save on golf this season with City of Toronto Golf Value Packs. Buy 10 rounds of golf at your favourite golf course and get 2 free rounds. Purchase yours at any of the 5 City of Toronto golf courses. Terms and conditions apply.