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Youth Recreation


Sports, theater, arts, and science—there's something for all learners! Scarborough Community Services offers creative programs and sessions throughout the year.

A list of all current youth activities is maintained in our online program registration platform. To learn more about current offerings or search for a certain type of activity, click the registration button below.

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In order to provide effective programming for residents, we continually adapt offerings, availability, and program schedules to meet your needs. Check out our digital Youth & Adult Recreation brochure for an up-to-date look at currently available programs, trips, and activities.

Just Added!

These youth programs have been added to the spring lineup but did not make it into the brochure:

Lego Build Programs -- Grades K-4

Saturday, April 8: Lego 3-in-1 Join us for this 3-hour class where we build, rebuild and can rebuild a third time into a different Lego creation! Participants will stay busy with individual builds which may include a parrot, a fighter jet and a German Shepherd. Lego challenges, games and free building time will round out our session!

9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Community Services Hub
$50 per child
Min 12, Max 20


NEW! Tennis in the Parks -- Grades 1-8

This program is for brand-new or beginner tennis players. Led by Coach Xavier Claret, a SafeSport-approved USTA coach, instruction will focus on FUN and learning the basics. We use age appropriate equipment that makes learning easy. All players in their first session will receive and keep a new age-appropriate racquet and a ball!

4/29 to 6/10
Grades 1-2: 9-10 am
Grades 3-5: 10-11 am
Grades 6-8: 11-12 pm
$85 per child (includes racquet and ball!)
Max 8 per session


Program Proposals

Do you have an idea for a youth recreation program? Do you want to run a recreation program through Scarborough Community Services? Please complete the Program Proposal Form and return it to Community Services, either in-person, through email, by fax, or by mail.


Community Services offers financial assistance for youth programs, senior activities, and child care (subject to change and availability). Please visit the Community Services Hub (418 Payne Road) to fill out the appropriate form or call us at (207) 730-4150 for more information.