Fall and Winter 2013-14 programs
Prefer to search for activities by recreation facility? Check out this community app developed from the City's Open Data.
Swimming Lessons [ PDF – 3.59 MB ]
Classes for Preschoolers [ PDF – 1.88 MB ]
Classes for Children [ PDF - .99 MB ]
Certification & Specialty Swimming [ PDF - 700 KB ]
Youth Classes [ PDF - 563 KB ]
Family Classes [ PDF - 400 KB ]
Adult Classes [ PDF – 1.93 MB ]
Fitness and Wellness [ PDF – 997 KB ]
50+ Adults Classes [ PDF – 720 MB ]
Skating [ PDF – 720 KB ]
Special Needs Classes [ PDF - 314 KB ]
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Message from the Mayor
For many, September represents an end to the carefree possibilities of summer and a return to the routines of autumn and winter. When planning your routine, take a good look at the wide variety of activities available at Ottawa’s arts and recreation facilities this fall.
Consider the health benefits of getting some active living into your routine, by signing up for a team or individual sport. Learn something new or build on skills you have. Maybe you can add some beauty to your routine by exploring a music, drama or art class. Maybe that routine you crave is a new dance or exercise routine. There are choices available for all ages, from two to 102.
If a break from routine is what you crave, then it’s time to sign up for that activity you’ve thought about starting but haven’t gotten around to. City of Ottawa classes are affordable, convenient and offer a variety of options second to none. This fall, I recommend everyone get some Parks and Rec into their routine.
Mayor Jim Watson
The 2014 Spring-Summer classes and summer camps will be available here February 20, 2014.