Living In Toronto
Step out and enjoy Easter weekend family activities! Family fun is available at Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation sites across the city this Easter weekend.
After a long, hard winter our golf courses are scheduled to open on Friday April 18th, weather permitting. Award-winning courses, convenient locations and reasonable rates are among the many reasons to golf at a City of Toronto course. Plan your first round now - advance booking starts on Saturday April 12th.
Our affordable Junior Membership for youth aged 10 – 18 years lets young golfers take advantage of the great golfing available at each of the City's five golf courses.
Effective Spring 2014, there will be a 3.75% fee increase applied to all registered recreation program fees with the exception of Specialty PLUS Camp fees.
Step away from the dreary winter and into a world of colour and interest! Beginning February 1st, the City of Toronto's two conservatories, Allan Gardens & Centennial Park, will transition from winter to spring by showcasing a wide array of flowering bulbs & cool crops.
The Easter flower show will be in full bloom starting April 13. Hope to see you there!
Participants aged 6-24 years from City dance classes, schools, community dance groups and professional dance demonstrators showcase their dance skills on June 8.
Generally, park users don't smoke near sports fields and park amenities.
Recently, Toronto City Council approved changes to the bylaw that expands outdoor smoke-free areas. The new bylaw prohibits smoking on all City sports fields, swimming beaches and certain park amenities such as skateboard or BMX parks.
For more information, please read the amended bylaw.