Family Day 2020 includes a variety of recreational opportunities such as leisure swimming, skating, ski, arts, dance, sports and fitness as well as a sampling of locally programmed activities.
All programs are offered in a drop-in format with no pre-registration required. A full listing of open facilities and activities can be found at toronto.ca/familyday.
Leisure swimming will be available at many indoor pools on Family Day. City-run leisure swims are free of charge for everyone.
There are many outdoor rinks, arenas or skating trails to choose from across the city. There is no charge for public skating at the City’s indoor and outdoor rinks and trails.
Skating at Nathan Phillips Square
The rink is open regular hours, with a special skating party from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. sponsored by Tim Hortons. Special activities include:
- informal skating instruction
- hot beverages at the Tim’s House lounge
Earl Bales and Centennial Ski and Snowboard Centres are open on Family Day, weather permitting. Regular admission fees apply.
We offer a wide range of creative recreational programs for every age group. From cooking to a family movie, there’s something for everyone this Family Day.
Arts & Dance
Explore your creative side with arts & dance this Family Day! Whether you want to try dance, music or even family crafts, be sure to check out what we have to offer.
Select sports programs will be available for the whole family. Children accompanied by an adult can enjoy yoga, Zumba®, gymnastics, sports, and much more.
From family yoga to family fitness, check out all our fitness programs and find something the whole family can enjoy.