Stay active this spring! City of Kitchener program registration, including swimming lessons, city-run programs and neighbourhood association programs open Tuesday, March 5 at 8:30 a.m. With recreation, sports and aquatics programs for all ages and abilities, there is something for everyone! Summer camp registration will open on March 19 at 8:30 a.m.

New this spring!

We are excited to announce the expansion of city lead programs starting this spring to offer more program options and flexibility on evenings and weekends at several community centres, including some free programs, such as:

  • Adult drop-in soccer  
  • Cornhole drop-in  
  • Gentle Yoga  
  • Jazz for all  
  • Meditation
  • Total body workout
  • Zumba Gold
  • Community Threads/Sewing
  • Inclusive Indoor Skatepark

Fee-based lifeguarding and aquatic leadership programs will be offered in time for summer and the addition of pay-as-you-play pickleball and so much more! 

Check out the programs in advance!

Active Kitchener, is your complete guide to all spring activities, sports and recreation programs offered by the City and neighbourhood associations. It is now available online at www.kitchener.ca/ActiveKitchener (downloadable pdf) or hard copies can be picked up at community centres, pools, arenas or city hall. You can also search spring programs offered using the city’s online registration platform ActiveNet. If you need help searching for programs, check out this helpful video. Spring programs start in April. 

March 5 is registration day!

Plan to register early as programs can fill up quickly. Register online, in person (at a community centre, pool, or city hall service centre), or by calling your neighbourhood community centre or pool. If you’re registering online, you can set up your ActiveNet account before registration day. Add your favourite programs to your Wish List, and then simply add to your cart quickly and easily on registration day. Know your child’s most recent swim level before you register for swimming lessons.

Need financial support?

If program fees are preventing you, or a member of your family, from joining a city or neighbourhood association program, you could qualify for a yearly subsidy of $400 per person in Leisure Access Fee assistance. Apply before registration at www.kitchener.ca/FeeAssistance

Need support for a person with a disability?

For individuals with disabilities that may require extra support, the Inclusion Support and Personal Assistance for Leisure (PAL) Activities program makes joining our programs possible and more enjoyable. For more information, or to apply in advance of a program, visit www.kitchener.ca/inclusion.

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