The Chilson Recreation Center pool will be open after hours for families who include members with sensory needs. The crowd will be small, the environment accepting and the noise lessened by turning off the water features, with the exception of the lazy river. The outdoor hot tub will be closed.
We offer approximately 20 classes per week, including Insanity, Yoga, Zumba and more. So what are you waiting for? Join us at the IWC fitness studio and see what all the talk is about.
Book online or call This call is free. Children under 17 years old are not allowed in the swimming pool or spa tub without adult supervision. We have included all charges provided to us by this property.
An email reminder will be sent to you two days before this event closes! Ready for a new, fun and challenging activity for your summer? Log rolling is a great full body activity that will challenge you both physically and mentally.
Bennetto Community Centre Hughson St. Dalewood Recreation Centre Main St. Dundas Community Pool 39 Market St.
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Swimming lessons in Toronto. Swimming lessons in Toronto are a rite of passage for most kids, but if you haven't been exposed to the super chlorinated extra frigid water of a Toronto pool, then grab your best pair of water wings and dive in! Swimming is a year round sport here in Toronto, so there's no better time to flex it like Phelps and get your butt in the deep end.
The emphasis in the early stages of participation is placed on developing technical skills and a love for the sport. The YMCA Mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. This means that YMCA competitive swimming programs will focus on the development of the whole person, the strengthening of the family and the inclusion of all in the community who desire to participate. This program will use competitive swimming as a means by which to build positive character and assets.