Finnish-Canadian Senior Centre

Aquafitness, bazaars, bingo, cafeteria, concerts, crafts, fitness groups, game nights, hair salon, library, massage, musical program, parties, sauna/pool, seminars, singalongs, study groups, trips, walking groups, workshops. Warm water pool.
795 Eglinton Ave E, M4G 4E4
Near Laird Dr.

Fitness walking

Programs available through Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation.

Forest Hill Walk Club

Hour-long walks every Sunday. Costs $2 per walk or $20 for a calendar year pass. Meet near the St Clair West subway station. Email organizer for details.

Four Villages Community Health Centre

Senior programs: chronic disease and chronic pain self-management, diabetes education, expressive arts group, falls prevention workshops, foot care and shoe clinic, good food box, housing help, knitting group, legal clinic, mindfulness for beginners, Nordic pole walking, nutrition education and cooking classes, yoga for 50+. Two sites: 1700 Bloor St W, Toronto M6P 4C3, near Keele St; and 3446 Dundas St W, Toronto M6S 2S1, near Jane St.

Heritage Toronto walks

Guided neighbourhood walking tours. May to October. Click Tours by month. Walks are free, boutique walks are not.

Heron Park Community Recreation Centre

Senior programs: badminton, ballroom dancing, euchre, skating, walking.
292 Manse Rd, Toronto M1E 3V4
Near Lawrence Ave E and Morningside Ave.

High Park walking tours

1st and 3rd Sunday of each month, 10:30 am to noon. Meet at the benches across the road south of Grenadier Café. Free, but donation requested.

Islington Seniors' Centre

Book club, bridge, bunka, chair yoga, computer training, conversational French, crafts, day trips, digital photography, euchre, foot clinic, general interest courses, gentle fitness, group dinners, group lunches, income tax clinic, knitting and crocheting, line dancing, Nordic pole walking, painting, snooker, special events, table tennis, visually impaired support group, Zumba Gold. For seniors 55+.
4968 Dundas St W, Toronto M9A 1B7
Near Islington Ave.

LA Centre for Active Living

Also called the Loyola Arrupe Centre for Active Living. Baking and cooking, bingo, community events, computer training, exercise with therapy bands and weights, fall flu clinics , gardening, Good Food Markets throughout the summer, group dining, income tax clinics, indoor and outdoor games, intergenerational programming, movie matinees and movie nights, Nordic pole walking, outings, ping pong, special events, specialized artistic and creative instruction, stretch and balance (yoga), trips. For seniors 55+.
55 Rankin Crescent, Toronto M6P 4E4
Near Bloor St W and Lansdowne Ave.

Lost river walks

Guided walks.


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