Markham offers opportunities to
participate in a wide variety of recreational activities
throughout its many communities. It has 207 sports fields, 81
baseball diamonds, 126 soccer fields, 65 tennis courts, 10
indoor skating facilities, 2 cricket pitches, 2 rugby fields, 7
bocce courts, 4 bowling green courts, a skate park and 12 golf
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takes a refreshing, active approach to art as we introduce social
painting as a way to express yourself and bond with friends. No
materials? We got you covered. Just come, colour your canvas, and
leave with your art!
We'd love to host your next creative date, birthday party, bridal
shower and bachelorette, and team building event.
Our Markham location is at 118 Main Street Markham North and you can learn more about us at
Art Services: We do custom framing, commissioned art, and canvas
times faster. Our
fine art printing services include limited edition gicleés and large format photography. We
print on archival art papers and canvas using fade resistant
inks and state of the art
Winged Canvas Art Hub is located at 91 Anderson Ave. #12, Markham.
The City of Markham Recreation Programs
The City of Markham
believes recreation opportunities should be
available to all residents.
The mission of City of
Markham Recreation Services is to provide quality
leisure services for a vibrant and active community.
for more information about the above Preschool Library
on how to register for any of the above programs through EZ
FREE fun-filled storytimes
introduce you and your child to great children’s books and
to songs, rhymes and activities that promote the development
of your child’s language and pre-reading skills. Markham
Public Library’s interactive storytimes highlight the 5
literacy practices that are the stepping stones to reading
Family Storytimes are free and there’s no need to register –
just drop in and enjoy!
Angus Glen Library
3990 Major Mackenzie Dr. E. map
905-513-7977 ext. 7144
Library programs make a
difference. Our programs have been developed by teachers and
subject specialists to match the Ontario Curriculum and
support your child's learning.
Safe Child Policy: Markham Public Library encourages children
of all ages to visit the library and hopes they will find it
a warm and inviting place to be. Programs and services are
offered to make sure children enjoy their visits and develop
a love of books, reading and learning. The Library is a
public space and the safety of unattended children at the
library can be of serious concern. Staff cannot assume
responsibility of your child's care when the child is in the
library. For the safety and protection of young library
users MPL has in place policies and procedures for
unattended children in the library. Please ask at your local
branch for more information.
MPL has great spaces for
teens to study or hang out with friends. Our Teen Librarians
can help you find information or suggest books, movies and
music. MPL also has a variety of fun or academic programs
At Markham Public Library you
can participate in a variety of learning opportunities.
Programs and workshops are designed to help you learn a new
skill, discover a new passion and make informed choices.
Whatever your interest, explore it at the library!