Satisfying both the fitness and social objectives of members, swimming is one of The Cricket Club's most popular activities. With an aquatic facility that includes a 25 metre pool, retractable roof and walls, and a glass enclosure that can make it feel like summer time in February, this is a year round activity that's fun for the whole family.
From the development of swim skills, to triathlon training, to water fitness, the aquatics staff will ensure that all members, regardless of individual goals, will find the program suited to their unique lifestyle.
The Cricket Club Day Camp program offers members with children a range of convenient, educational and physically invigorating day camp programs. Available to children aged 3 to 16, attendees will gain a greater sense of the Cricket Club community, while benefiting from focused sport specific programs like Tennis or Swimming, or exploring more rounded offerings that introduce everything from Arts and Drama to Karate, Squash and Lawn Bowling. All camps are accredited by the Ontario Camps Association. For information on our extended 10-week Summer Camp programming or condensed Winter and March Break Camps, please contact the Activity Coordinator.
The Toronto Cricket Club provides members and guests with Canada's best and most renowned Cricket facility. With a five acre Cricket field that is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for international play, the space is widely considered amongst the most notable in North America. In play since 1827, the Club offers a number of programs to introduce the sport to all members. From the Associate's House League to the Cricket Kidz Program as well as league cricket in the Toronto District Cricket Association, members of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to come out and experience this dynamic and challenging sport.
The Toronto Cricket Club is home to Canada's largest golf croquet club with over 70 participating members. With four full size swards, the croquet activity offers play for all levels, from introduction to elite, with participants starting as young as five years old. This friendly, commitment-free sport is a great way to spend a summer evening.
Ideally situated by the Club's front entrance, the curling rinks provide a memorable welcome to members and guests alike. Led by Curling Professional Janet Langevin, lessons and programs are overseen by one of Canada's best team of curlers. Access to the sport is available to virtually all members, with juniors as young as seven able to participate. With a range of socials and bonspiels, all played on one of Canada's best ice surfaces, and convenient access to lounges and bar service, Curling is one of the Club's most popular sport and one of its most cordial.
Available to all members, the Cricket Club's Health & Fitness Centre offers a wealth of motivational programming and leading edge equipment. With three Full-Time Certified Fitness Appraisers, four Part-Time Associates, ten Certified Personal Trainers and over 30 Group Exercise Instructors, Club members will find the tools needed to help them realize all of their personal wellness goals.
For those requiring sports-specific training, Health & Fitness Coordinator, Robin Mahoney, and her team work closely with your sports professional to ensure that you and your family members get the right fitness regimen to help you find greater success in all of your sports activities.
The Cricket Club boasts greater Toronto's best lawn bowling facility. With eight manicured greens, sun screens for daytime play, a lighting system for evening play, and two Level One instructors on staff for private or group instruction, members are able to take full advantage of the facilities at their leisure. Though strategic and challenging, lawn bowling at the Cricket Club is a social activity that is meant to be enjoyed by all members of the family regardless of age or experience.
The preferred choice for many elite international figure skaters, the Cricket Club's Skating Activity offers year-round, world-class programs and training from CanSkate to power edge to adult classes, all on a large, well ventilated ice surface.
Under the guidance of Olympians Brian Orser and Tracy Wilson, members of all ages and skill levels will benefit from the experience and expertise of Canada's finest team of coaches and consultants.
Squash is available year round to members of all ages. With a range of programs to meet every need, junior members can begin fundamentals training from the age of four, while adults will experience a range of classes, leagues and tournaments designed to engage and challenge every level for both singles softball and doubles hardball.
Led by two-time National Champion Pat Ryding, members benefit from one of Canada's best team of coaches while reaping the full benefits of what Forbes Magazine calls the Healthiest Sport in terms of endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, calories spent, and injury risk.
Tennis at The Cricket Club is available year round to members and their guests. Summer months feature 13 courts (11 clay and 2 hard), with winter offering 10 indoor clay courts within the protective confines of two state-of-the-art bubbles.
With a staff that boasts some of Canada's finest coaches, all members, regardless of age or ability, will find the hands on training and practical advice that they require to get the most out of this dynamic, challenging, and fun sport.
Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club 141 Wilson Avenue, Toronto, ON M5M 3A3 | Phone: 416.487.4581 | Fax: 416.487.7595 | email@example.com