Swimming Lessons [ PDF - 3 MB ]
Summer Day Camps [ PDF - 1.6 MB ]
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Classes for Preschoolers [ PDF - 873 KB ]
Classes for Children [ PDF - 1.3 MB ]
Youth Classes [ PDF - 671 KB ]
Family Classes [ PDF - 370 KB ]
Adult Classes [ PDF - 987 KB ]
Fitness and Wellness [ PDF - 793 KB ]
50+ Adults Classes [ PDF - 923 KB ]
Special Needs Classes [ PDF - 449 KB ]
Certification & Specialty Swimming [ PDF - 803 KB ]
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Message from the Mayor
With the winter months behind us and the warm temperatures of spring and summer beckoning Ottawa residents to get out and enjoy the weather, this is the ideal time of year to try something new, polish an existing talent, or continue to pursue a favourite hobby.
I can’t imagine a better way to do that than by browsing through the City of Ottawa’s Spring and Summer Recreation Guide to find a program or class that is suited to the interests of you or your family.
Whether it’s taking swimming lessons, signing up for a fitness membership, trying a creative art class, or joining a sports team, the City has a wide range of programs and classes to meet everyone’s needs no matter what their age or ability.
Inside, you will also find a wide variety of summer day camps and programs for youth to stay healthy and active this summer
These many opportunities for fitness, leisure or learning are available at the City’s high-quality facilities across Ottawa, making it easy for residents to access a variety of City programs within their own neighbourhoods.
City Council has frozen recreation fees for the past three years, as well as made investments in new and expanded facilities to improve access to these important programs.
I encourage you to enjoy spring and summer to the fullest by taking advantage of the many recreation and leisure programs the City has to offer.
Mayor Jim Watson