Fall 2013 Activity Guide
The Province of Ontario has passed a regulation entitled the Accessibility For Ontarian's with Disablilities Act that requires municipalities to ensure accessibility in both printed documents and those that appear on the web.
In order to comply with these regulations, we have redesigned both the printed and the online version of the Activity Guide. The online version follows the same layout as the printed version. View the Fall Activity Guide or the upcoming Winter Activity Guide to print a listing of all programs and to find course codes, dates and times. You can download a program registration form. To view and download the Activity Guide or program registration form, you require Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 7.0 or higher.
Registration Dates and Times
Registering for a Town of Whitby program is simple to do. Visit our registration dates and information section to learn how to register online using SmartLink, in-person at one of 4 locations or by fax. You can also access recreation program schedules, facility closures and program notices.
Activity Guide Next Edition
The Winter 2014 Edition will be delivered on Wednesday, November 27, 2013. Please watch for the guide in the inserts section of Whitby This Week.
Activity Guide Delivery
The Activity Guide is distributed by Whitby This Week to all residents who receive newspaper delivery to their homes. It is published four times a year. The guide is a comprehensive source of information for fitness, sports, aquatics, recreational swimming and skating, and general interest programs for all ages. A limited supply of additional copies are available at all municipal recreation facilities and branches of the Whitby Public Library.
Choose any of the links below to find out more exciting programs.
The Town of Whitby provides excellent resources for children and youth. Whether you’re looking to book a birthday party, enroll your child in pre-school programs, drop them off at one of two free youth rooms or a Friday night youth dance with their friends. The Town of Whitby also offers free youth programs for youth ages 12-18.
Community Connection provides affordable recreational and special interest programs at various schoolsin Whitby. You can volunteer with Community Connection by serving on the Board of Directors, joining the Student Assistant Instructor Program or assisting with special events.
Drop-In Sports/Health Club
Pick-up sports at Brooklin Community Centre and Library is a great way to have fun with family and friends while improving your skills and staying healthy. Stay active this year by joining the Health Club at the Whitby Civic Recreation Complex. Enjoy friendly, professional certified staff, modern cardio equipment, spacious locker rooms and a 25 metre pool with therapy pool and sauna. Babysitting is also offered for children 6 weeks to 10 years old.
If you are 55 years of age or older, sign up for a Seniors Services Membership and enjoy Senior Services Programs offered at many town facilities. Whitby Seniors Services is proud to offer a wide variety of programs as well as exciting trips and travel opportunities.
Whether you are looking to rent a banquet facility for a special occasion, host a workshop or conference, or celebrate a birthday party, we have a facility to meet your specific needs. Many of the Town's arenas and dedicated community centres can also be rented for special events. For ice rental inquiries call 905.668.7765.