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For over 30 years, Applegrove has worked with local residents in the Queen-Greenwood area of Toronto. Services cover the age range with programs for infants, children, teens, adults and seniors.


What's New at Applegrove

Event Announcements

See the Special Events page for info about our upcoming Pasta Fest/Silent Auction and new Punkin'-Grove event.

New Afterschool Junior Leaders Program!

Starting October, we opened a new program geared to pre-teens (ages 11 - 13) who want to become more independent. Participants will develop leadership, life and team building skills under the guidance of experienced leadership staff. Two sessions of 10 weeks, twice weekly, will be offered. For more information about the program and registration, view this poster/form.

Latest Newsletter Now Posted

Take a look at our September 2016 newsletter (PDF - 1.03M).

Laura Enneson Retired!

Laura retired from Applegrove Parent/Child Drop-in after 27 years of circle time, crafts, art projects and supporting thousands of families learning through play. If you missed the chance to bid her farewell, feel free to leave a message on our Facebook page.

City Review of Ward Boundaries

The City is asking for comments on two new options. One of these reflects the federal and provincial ridings, which is similar to the current wards. The other is very different. Look at the choices, think about what they mean to you and your neigbhourhood, and have your say: http://www.drawthelines.ca/additional-information-participate.

New Afterschool Satellite Program!

This September, we opened a new afterschool program for children grades 1 to 5 at Eastwood and Coxwell. For more information about the program and registration, view this poster.

Special Workshops: Keeping Our Kids Safe

Talking to children about their bodies and boundaries is extremely important but not always easy. Thank you to Jennifer Katz, from Toronto Public Health, who did two presentations for parents/caretakers in early June.

If you were not able to attend, or if there is another topic that interests you, please email Applegrove@ApplegroveCC.ca or visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Applegrove-Community-Complex-99742456574/ and leave a comment.

Program Calendars

October calendars are up for our Afterschool, Older Adults, Evening Teen and Family Resource programs.

Applegrove – a neighbourhood partnership fostering community through
social and informative programs for individuals and families.