Year-round athletic, social and recreational programs for all. Most programs are FREE with SCCC membership!
SCCC on occasion partners with developers and other private sector hosts to run urban outdoor markets. Usually markets are planned in the early Spring and often run throughout the summer months. This provides aspiring entrepreneurs from our business training programs with opportunities to test their products. There are no times right now related to this program. Interested parties should contact us about registering as a vendor in the future.
We assist low-income aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs to get their ideas off the ground in their communities. With creativity and meaningful partnerships, there are ways to create quick and affordable vending spaces, which ultimately support low-income entrepreneurs, and our local economies, to flourish. There are no times related to this program. Interested parties should contact us about starting their own.
Scadding Court Community Centre Sewing Hub is a space where sewing and sustainability meet. Many items that can be reused are thrown out every day. To help foster a culture of waste reduction, sharing, repairing and reusing, the City is working with local agencies and non-profit organizations to deliver Community Reduce & Reuse Programs. Scadding Court is proud to partner with the City to provide programming that focuses on sewing and waste reduction that will help to build sustainable communities and reduce the amount waste going to landfill by:
– educating residents about the importance of waste reduction and reuse
– providing opportunities for sharing and repairing
– offering skills training and creating job and economic opportunities
– creating spaces for community members to gather.
SCCC Sewing Hub program is affiliated with Stitchlab.
FREE SEWING CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS!
Scadding Court Community Centre’s Sewing Hub is proud to offer free 8-week in-person sewing classes.
Ongoing sewing class video
January session starts January 23 onwards and Registration begins January 8 onwards.
Introduction to sewing machine
Date and Time: Tuesday December 5, 2023, 1pm – 3pm
Place: Scadding Court Community Centre
View workshop flyer
For more information contact Sugandha Singh at email@example.com or 416 392 0335.
This seasonal program runs May – October each year. Each week, participants engage in a variety of tasks in the garden including planting seeds, making compost, watering plants, maintaining crops and harvesting.
If you love to garden and meet people in your neighbourhood, this program is for you!
Participants will do a variety of garden tasks including planting seeds, making compost, watering plants and harvesting. No experience necessary – beginners welcome!
When: Wednesdays from 11 am – 1 pm
Where: Scadding Court Community Centre community gardens
To Register and for more information:
Contact Anusha at 416-392-0335 ext. 311 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently showcased in the main court with highly visible greenery and fish tanks, produce includes fish, a variety of herbs, and other greens. Fish and plants are available for purchase by the community at affordable rates, by restaurants as specialty items, and used for programs at the Centre.
Supports for individuals who do not have a fixed/permanent address. Services include help obtaining vital pieces of identification including: Ontario photo health card, Canadian birth certificate, record of landing, etc. Referrals, including to community-based support services, are provided.
We provide year-round Athletic and Recreational programs for everyone including for people living with disabilities, children, youth, adults and seniors. The majority of our programs are FREE with a valid Scadding Court Community Centre membership. For some of our adult programs, there is a nominal fee for each season. For a full list of current programs, check out our program schedule.
Program runs from May to October and includes community garden plots, a community greenhouse and community composting program. We also offer a weekly garden education program called Roots and Shoots.
Check out our 2022 Community Garden Digital Scrapbook to see what gardeners grow and why they love our program.
For more information or to register for a garden plot, contact Anusha Santhakumar email@example.com
Designed specifically for the needs of chefs, caterers and other food professionals, we offer a certified 24/7 commercial kitchen at some of the most affordable rates in the city. Long term clients are offered storage, subject to availability.Interested parties should contact us about booking the commercial kitchen.
For Commercial Kitchen rental, visit here.
We welcome feedback on making our services more accessible. Please send suggestions by email, phone, or visit the reception desk. Our building has ramps, an elevator, allows service animals and welcomes support persons.
707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.