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Active Adult Centre of Mississauga

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Established in October 1992 by a group of concerned citizens, the Active Adult Centre of Mississauga (AACM) is a registered charitable organization committed to enriching the lives of Mississauga’s active adults who are 50+ years of age. Formerly known as Square One Older Adult Centre (SOOAC), our Organization offers an array of many weekly social, recreational, wellness, and multicultural programs. Our aim is to ensure that older adults remain active, independent, and engaged in their community, thus bettering their health and well-being. The AACM is governed by a strong and diverse volunteer Board of Directors and aided by an enthusiastic team of over 170 volunteers. For close to 30 years, the AACM has been meeting the diverse, social and educational needs of its 1400+ members through a range of affordable, accessible, and stimulating programs and activities that strengthen the body, enliven the mind and awaken the spirit. Our friendly Centre is open five days a week and is home to several different cultural older adult groups and clubs. [read more]

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Alexandra Park Community Centre

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Alexandra Park Community Centre (APCC) is a non-profit charitable organization that is located behind the Chinatown Centre mall in the Atkinson Housing Co-op at 105 Grange Court in downtown Toronto, Canada. It serves the community needs for residents of the co-op from infants to seniors. APCC is an integral part of this diverse and lively community and hosts a wide variety of engaging cultural and educational programs and community events. APCC is also a lively community venue for holidays and special occasions. [read more]

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Amesbury Community Centre

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Amesbury Community Centre, located between Black Creek Drive and Keele Street on Lawrence Avenue West, offers a wide range of programs for all ages. Entrance to the centre is from the Amesbury Park side. Come and visit the centre and join in one of our many programs. [read more]

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Antibes Community Centre

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Meeting rooms can be booked by contacting the facility. For more information, please contact the centre. Antibes Community Centre is a fully accessible Community Centre in the Bathurst Street and Finch Avenue West area. It offers a variety of recreational programs for all ages. Antibes Community Centre also serves as a host for many local community groups who use the facility to run their individual programs and events. [read more]

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Applegrove Community Complex

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Applegrove is a multi-service community organization that works with community members and partners to offer programs and services for people of all ages, host meetings and events, support action on local issues and provide local job and volunteer opportunities in support of a caring and vibrant community. Our main location is in Duke of Connaught Public School, with satellite locations at Glen Rhodes Campus and Toronto Formosan Presbyterian Church. Applegrove is one of 10 City of Toronto community centres managed, operated and maintained by volunteer Boards of Management. Collectively referred to as the Association of Community Centres (AOCCs), these centres provide space, programs and services to meet local recreational and social needs. At these centres, facility and core administrative costs are funded by the City while programming is funded through fees, donations and grants. [read more]

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Ashburn Centennial Community Centre

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Built in 1861, each wall of the Ashburn Community Centre is constructed in a different style using stones of various sizes. After operating as Ashburn School for 105 years, the building was closed in 1966 and sold to the Township of Whitby for $2. In 1967, the school was transformed into the present-day community centre and a kitchen was installed on its west side. The centre was designated an heritage building in 1983. [read more]

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Aurora Community Centre

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The Aurora Community Centre (ACC) is home to two ice rinks and is the home of the Aurora Tigers Jr. A hockey team. [read more]

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Bayview Hill Community Centre & Pool

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Pool features The pool area at Bayview Community Centre has the following features: 25 m long main pool with 5 lanes Shotgun waterslide Pool depth of 3 ft in the shallow end and 10 ft in the deep end Tot pool with a maximum depth of 2.5 ft Beach area Bubble maker Whale slide Relaxation jets Built-in benches Fully accessible with ramps in both pools Large viewing gallery with seating Special needs and universal changerooms Free WiFi spot Programs Register for a recreational programs available at this Richmond Hill facility: Drop in programs Adult programs Adult 55+ programs Children's and Preschool Programs Teen programs Outdoor Adventure Series Summer Camps Swimming Fitness Recreational Skating [read more]

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Bob Abate Community Centre

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Nestled on the south side of Bloor Street at the foot of Christie Street a stone throw from historic Christie Pitts Park, Bob Abate Community Recreation Centre is conveniently attached to the Bickford Learning Centre. A host of recreation programs and services are offered here for families and preschoolers. [read more]

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Bowmanville Memorial Park Club House

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Local Business! The Bowmanville Memorial Park Clubhouse offers a large, clean facility, complete with bathrooms, bar, tables and chairs for your event. [read more]

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