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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Description - Short||Areas Served||Service Categories|
|Active Aldershot Society||Judo (competitive and recreational) :
Various classes for ages 3 to seniors * registration required After-school program (elementary students) September-June, Mon-Fri 3 pm-6 pm * pick up from Alders ... [More]
|Burlington - and area||Day Camps ~ Children ; Exercise Classes/Groups ~ Older Adults ; Judo ~ Adults ; Judo ~ Children ; Judo ~ Youth|
|Autism Ontario, Burlington - Halton Chapter||Promotes acceptance and opportunities for all individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
* provide opportunities for parents and professionals to share information and educate each other through a ... [More]
|Halton Region||Disability Associations ~ Asperger's Syndrome ; Disability Associations ~ Autism|
|Autism Ontario, North Halton Chapter - No Physical Address||Promotes acceptance and opportunities for all individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
* offers opportunities for parents and professionals involved with autism to share with and educate each o ... [More]
|Halton North||Disability Associations ~ Asperger's Syndrome ; Disability Associations ~ Autism|
|Burlington. Waterfront at Downtown Burlington and Brant St Pier, Burlington - Spencer Smith Park||For events, activities and programs, call or see website.
* downtown waterfront incorporates a number of features including: Discovery Landing: Enclosed building facing the lake, offers storm and we ... [More]
|Burlington||City/County Parks ; Ice Skating Rinks|
|City Parent Newsmagazine||* also publishes seven specialty magazines ranging from the Baby Book to an Education Guide||Greater Toronto Area ; Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of) ; Niagara Region ; Peel Region||Newspaper Publishing/Distribution ~ Caregivers ~ Parents|
|Community Living North Halton, Milton - 917-A Nipissing Rd, Services for Adults||A non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to individuals with a developmental disability so that they may live in a state of dignity and participate in all elements of community livi ... [More]||Acton ; Georgetown ; Milton||Adult Residential Care Homes ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Developmental Disabilities Activity Centres ; Developmental Disabilities Social/Recreational Programs ; Disability Related Centre Based Employment ; Independent Living Skills Instruction ; Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities ; Supported Employment ; Supported Living Services for Adults with Disabilities|
|Community Living North Halton, Milton - 917-A Nipissing Rd, Services for Children and Youth||A non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to individuals with a developmental disability so that they may live in a state of dignity and participate in all elements of community livi ... [More]||Acton ; Georgetown ; Milton ; and surrounding areas||Autism Spectrum Disorders ; Child Care Provider Training ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Day Camps ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Developmental Disabilities Social/Recreational Programs ~ Youth ; Extended Day Care ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Parent/Family Involvement in Education ; Preschools ~ Developmental Disabilities ; Respite Care ~ Children|
|Community Living Oakville, Adult Day Programs||The program offers a variety of activities structured to meet the needs of the developmentally challenged individual including workshops, life skills and alternative day programs.
Adult Day program ... [More]
|Oakville||Day Treatment for Adults with Developmental Disabilities|
|Halton-Peel Hispanic Association, Mailing Address||* primary goal is to achieve the first "Hispanic Cultural Center" with a library in the Halton-Peel region, open to the public who have an interest in the Spanish language and culture * presently eve ... [More]||Halton Region ; Peel Region||Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Hispanic/Latin American Community|
|Kerrys Place Autism Services, Central West Region - Mississauga, Community Services Resource Centre||Vocational programs for children and adults with autism.
* a wide range of community activities including: work programs
* recreational activities
* daily living activities
* ... [More]
|Halton Region ; Peel Region||Autism Therapy ~ Residential Treatment Facilities ; Vocational Rehabilitation ~ Autism|
|Maple Grove United Church, Oakville, East Oakville Community Adult Centre||A friendly group of older adults which meets a few times per month on a drop-in basis to play cards (euchre and bridge) and scrabble.
* refreshments served
* new members welcome
|Oakville||Older Adult Social Clubs|
|Milton. Community Services Department, Milton - 150 Mary St, Recreation Programs - Recreational Skating||Visit Recreation for the drop-in skating schedule. Drop-in Skating Programs: * Adult/Older Adult Skate * Family Skate * Public Skating * Skate-Ability (Special Needs) * Shinny Hockey * Stick 'N Puck * ... [More]||Milton||Ice Skating|
|Milton. Community Services Department, Milton - 150 Mary St, Recreation Programs - Swimming||Refer to the current Community Services Guide for complete descriptions, times and fees.
Visit Recreation for the drop-in swimming schedule. Drop-in Swimming Programs: * Family Swim * All Ages Swi ... [More]
|Milton||Recreation Centres ; Swimming/Swimming Lessons|
|Milton. Community Services Department, Milton - 150 Mary St, Family Recreation Programs||Refer to the current Community Services Guide for complete descriptions, times and fees. Active: Drop-in: * Dad 'N Me Floor Hockey * Family Sports * Parent and Child HOOPS * Preschool Gym Time Registe ... [More]||Milton||Recreation Centres ~ Families|
|Milton. Community Services Department, Milton - 150 Mary St, Financial Assistance for Recreation Programs||A program offered by the Town that provides financial assistance for recreation programs, including swim, skate and fitness passes.
* you may qualify for up to $200 per person within the calendar y ... [More]
|Milton||Recreation Related Expense Assistance|
|Milton Chinese Association||* raises funds for Milton District Hospital
* hosts Chinese New Year celebrations in Milton each year
|Milton||Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Chinese Community|
|Milton Hispanic Network, No Physical Address||Contributes to the development, promotion, and integration of the Hispanic identity, enriching Canadian multiculturalism and promoting arts, culture, socializing, sports and community needs.||Milton||Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Hispanic/Latin American Community|
|Muslim Community Services, Mississauga Branch||Programs and services
Language Learning and Skills Development (LINC):
* free English classes encompassing Canadian Language Benchmarks 1 to 8,
* care for newcomer children from 6 months to 6 yea ... [More]
|Oakville ; Peel Region||English as a Second Language ; Immigrant Settlement Services ; Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs|
|Oakville. Recreation and Culture, Oakville - Sixth Line - River Oaks Community Centre, Mature Adults Club||Offers recreational activities for people 50 years and older at the River Oaks Recreation Centre. Drop-in Programs :
* carpet bowling
* participants may use the Centr ... [More]
|Oakville||Badminton ~ Older Adults ; Bowling ~ Older Adults ; Senior Centres|
|Oakville. Recreation and Culture, Recreational Skating||There are seven public indoor skating rinks in Oakville:
Glen Abbey, 1415 Third Line * Joshua's Creek Arena, 1663 North Service Rd E * Kinoak Arena, 363 Warminster Dr * Maple Grove Arena, 2237 Devon ... [More]
|Oakville. Recreation and Culture, Oakville - Trafalgar Rd - Oakville Town Hall, Subsidy Programs||The Recreation and Culture department offers subsidies for their programs either directly or in partnership with other organizations.
Recreation Connection Fund
* assistance is b ... [More]
|Oakville||Recreation Related Expense Assistance|
|Oakville Chinese Network Society, No Physical Address, Oakville Chinese Network||Programs * Sixteen Mile Creek Theatre Troupe
* Green Oak Seniors Club
* Sunshine Path Youth Empowerment * Chinese Books Corner
* Chinese Tea Circle provides those who are non-Chinese speakin ... [More]
|Oakville||Cultural Heritage Groups ~ Chinese Community|
|Ontario Senior Games Association, Halton District 21 - Mailing Address||A nonprofit organization that provides older adults (55+) with an opportunity to increase their social interaction with others, increase their physical and mental well-being, and maintain and enhance ... [More]||Halton Region||Amateur Athletic Associations ~ Older Adults|
|YMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Burlington - 500 Drury Lane - Ron Edwards Family YMCA, Children's Programs||The YMCA operates a range of children's social and recreational programs for YMCA members aged 6 to 12 years.
* values-based programming includes activities such as: basketball, swimming lessons, ... [More]
|Burlington||Basketball ; Soccer ; Y Facilities|
|YMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Burlington - 500 Drury Lane - Ron Edwards Family YMCA, Preschool Programs||The YMCA has a variety of registered and non-registered programs for pre-schoolers.
* programs include swim lessons, crafts, gym activities, birthday parties and creative play time
* for a complete ... [More]
|Burlington||Parent/Child Activity Groups ; Y Facilities ~ Preschool Age Children|
|YMCA of Oakville, Oakville - 410 Rebecca St, Summer Camps||Several day camp options are offered for children and teens to enjoy summer outdoors, enhance their skills, their self-esteem and make lasting friendships.
In addition before and after camp care opt ... [More]
|Oakville||Day Camps ~ Y Facilities|
|YMCA of Oakville, Oakville - 410 Rebecca St, Youth Programs and Events||Youth programs held at YMCA facilities are supervised by YMCA staff and volunteers.
Youth Room: (9+ yrs)
* foosball, movies, board games, Wii games
* peer-to-peer homework help
* computers with ... [More]
|YMCA of Oakville, Oakville - 410 Rebecca St, Youth Programs and Events - TAG||A YMCA program for girls.
* to provide positive role models to participants
* to create a safe, comfortable environment
* to encourage the growth of healthy social interaction skills
|Halton Region||Youth Enrichment Programs ~ Girls|