Community Activities for Kids in the Toronto Region

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IFA indoor playground
Birthday parties for all ages! Just opened next generation playground with Hi-tech technologies. Such as Motion games, huge touch screens, next gen. video games, and lots more. Playground for all ages, because we have games for babies and for older kids. We have two party rooms: 30 and 40 kids. Also, lots of extra programs and animators (magicians, bubble show, Dance DJ and so on...) You can find us on YELP and watch the video about our place... Summer Break Camp 2017 When ...
The Clay Room
The Clay Room is an interactive paint your own ceramics store where customers of all ages use the ground-level space as their studio. This concept gives the customer complete creative control in making a gift or accessorizing the home. Ceramic pieces range in price from $4 to $45. Customers are charged a flat rate studio fee based on the size of the piece, this way you can take as long as you like without feeling rushed. This studio fee includes everything you need – paints, brushes, aprons, ...
Fun with Music Together
Music & Movement for Young Children and the Adults Who Love Them! Researched based, internationally acclaimed program. Songs, chants, movement & instrument play in a relaxed, fun environment! 9 Different Song Collections, 2 new CDs/Songbook each semester! Siblings under 10 months FREE! Birth - 5yrs. Mixed age & infant classes!
T.H.A Martial Arts and Kickboxing - Toronto Hapkido Academy
From a bright, clean, and modern facility, to well-organized and results-driven training methods; these are just a few of many simple things that sets us aside from the average Toronto Martial Arts Schools. We work our hardest to provide the best possible experience for our members.
WHAT IS RE-ENTRY: The term "re-entry" is used by many advocates, service providers, policy-makers, and formerly incarcerated people to define what happens to people coming home from prison. More broadly, it describes a process of re-integration, rehabilitation, and restoration of rights that should begin when an individual is arrested. "Collateral consequences," is a popular label for the legal, social, and economic barriers to a person's re-entry into his or her community. Although ...
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