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Free golf lessons for blind/low-vision members

2467 Eglinton Ave. East,
Toronto, M1K 2R1, 416 396-4043

April 3, 2016 to June 5, 2016 – 9 weeks
Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. program code 2843222
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. program code 2843221

12 spaces available in each class.


MARCH 6, 2016, 7:OO A.M.

Operator Assisted Registration 416-338-4386

Touchtone Registration 416-338-0000

Online Registration www.toronto.ca/torontofun
Learn the basics and improve skills to play golf.  Classes for the  new and experienced golfer. Instruction focuses on stance, grip, swing, strategy and etiquette.

Please bring a putter, mid-iron and wood.

Don Montgomery Community Centre is located beside Kennedy Subway Station. TTC accessible.

Get active for youth with and without disabilities

Igniting Fitness Possibilities (IFP) is designed to encourage a passion for physical activity in youth of all abilities.


When/Where/How much?

Wednesdays, March 23nd – June 15th,, 4:30pm – 6pm

Athletic Centre, U of T, 55 Harbord St.,

$50 for all 16 weeks + some funding for community programming June – August.


How to register:

Contact Jen Leake Manager, Children & Youth Programs @  416.978.2963 OR jen.leake@utoronto.ca

Looking for an opportunity to volunteer?

TASC is always looking for volunteers to fill various roles from program verification , data entry, grant writing, and identifying potential partners and members. As we build out our online platform and increase our advocacy and awareness campaigns, we’ll require volunteers with a diverse set of skills. Contact us anytime

Winter activities for people with disabilities

With winter upon us, at least it now looks and feels like winter, we can think more about winter sports and recreational activities for people with disabilities. Toronto and its environs offer many outdoor winter pursuits adapted or modified for all abilities. Over the next few weeks we’ll be profiling a few winter sports and where to find them.

Skiing (Alpine and Nordic)

For those of you looking to try downhill (Alpine) or cross-country (Nordic) skiing this winter here are a couple of organizations that offer ski lessons for youth and adults. CADS Ontario is the provincial chapter of CADS Canada (Canadian Adaptive Snowsports), and has been operating for over 30 years and helping hundreds of para athletes pursue the sport of alpine skiing. Operating in over 7 programs along with a Learn to Race and Provincial Race Team, there is plenty of opportunity for everyone. Find out more by visiting their website at CADS Ontario. Another organization specializing in adapted skiing for youth is Track 3. Operating out of over 12 resorts across Ontario, Track 3 has a stellar reputation of offering alpine ski instruction to youth between the ages of 6-19. For more information visit their website at Track 3 Ontario. Nordic (or cross-country) skiing for persons with disabilities can be found on the Cross Country Ontario website in the Para Nordic Program.



TASC website goes live!

We are proud to deploy the TASC website in a soft launch. We will be constantly refining, adding and tweaking the website to better inform our members and general public of our role and function. Please be sure to get in touch if you know of an organization or program in Toronto that delivers adapted sports or recreational programming so we can add it do our roster.