Registration for our Winter Programs starts Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 at 7 am! For more information on how to register please click here.
There’s so much happening here in High Park throughout the winter. Register your explorer in our Nature Programs and they will learn about the plants and wildlife in the park and what they’re up to throughout the winter!
We also have our Cooking with Veggies Programs available to teach your budding chef about seasonal recipes and tasty veggie treats.
Cooking Vegetarian – With Caregiver
Saturday Mornings – Starting January 14th 10 to 11:30 am – 4146140
Saturday Afternoons – Starting January 14th 1 to 2:30 pm – 4146141
Cooking programs teach participants the basics of how to measure and combine ingredients while making delicious and nutritious recipes that consider Canada’s Food Guide. There is a variety of interest-specific cooking courses available that focus on a particular technique such as baking or recipes from a specific culture. The City of Toronto and its staff cannot guarantee that the foods or supplies within its cooking programs is free of allergens. Notify staff at your cooking program location of any food allergens or dietary restrictions. This is a caregiver and child program. Caregiver’s must participate. Program is located at High Park Children’s Teaching Kitchen, 105 Colborne Lodge Drive.
Ages 4 to 5 years Cost – $119.00
Nature with Caregiver – 4184626
An opportunity to interact and socialize with other participants through a variety of activities and interests. Explore High Park and participate in fun nature activities. Caregivers must participate. Program is primarily outdoors so come dressed appropriately for weather. Program is located at High Park Children’s Teaching Kitchen, 105 Colborne Lodge Drive.
Starts Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 at 10 am – 9 weeks
Ages 3 to 5 years Cost – $55.00
Nature Program – 4184637
An opportunity to interact and socialize with other participants through a variety of activities and interests. This program is aimed at children who are homeschooled. Participants will engage in hands on outdoor and indoor gardening and nature activities which relate to the Ontario Curriculum for various grade levels. Activities will include gardening, hiking and nature exploration activities. The program will primarily be outdoors. Program is located at High Park Children’s Teaching Kitchen, 105 Colborne Lodge Drive.
Starts Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 at 1 pm – 9 weeks
Ages 6 to 12 years Cost – $55.00