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    Tel: 905-873-2601 ext. 2285

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    Youth Programs

    Drop-in Programming (Ages 12+)
    Check back on this page for a monthly schedule will current youth drop-in and registered program events. Drop-in programs offer a relaxed environment to hang out with friends, cook, swim, play video games, pool, ping pong & more! Many drop-in programs are free. See calendar for details:

    youth calendar june 2017

    Youth Programs

    Youth Skating at Mold-Master Sport PlexYouth Skating and Swimming
    Browse recreational skating schedule TIP: Check out Youth Stick & Puck!
    Browse recreational swimming schedule TIP: Check out the Youth Swim!

    Youth Passes
    Youth passes are available for swimming and skating at Town of Halton Hills facilities.

    Youth Dances
    Youth Dances are held once a month on Fridays at the Gellert Community Centre from 7:30-10:00 pm. The dance is for youth in grades 6, 7 & 8, and are always chaperoned by staff. Tickets available for purchase at the Gellert customer service desk a few weeks in advance of the dance date.

    Prices: $9.00 Regular Dance, $12.50 Much Music Dance

    • Sept. 22nd, 2017 – Video Dance
    • Oct. 13th, 2017
    • Nov. 3rd, 2017
    • Dec. 1st, 2017 – Video Dance
    • Jan. 12th, 2018
    • Feb. 2nd, 2018
    • Mar. 2nd, 2018 – Video Dance
    • Apr. 6th, 2018
    • May 4th, 2018
    • June 1st, 2018 – Video Dance

    Aquatic Advance Lifesaving
    Looking to start a career in aquatics or to improve your swimming skills? Browse the aquatics section of our Community Activity & Service Guide to find advanced lifesaving courses available to you in Halton Hills.

    P.L.A.Y: Promoting Leadership Amongst Youth (Ages 13-16)
    Build skills in leadership, civic engagement, advocacy, and more. The week long program includes interactive activities, special guests and presentations. P.L.A.Y helps develop confidence to become more involved in schools, volunteerism, employment and the community as a whole. As a fun grand finale, P.L.A.Y participants will plan their own trip at the end of the week. Look for more information about the P.L.A.Y program in the Community Activity & Service Guide – Youth section.Youth Posing for a picture

    Next PLAY program: Summer 2017: August 14-18 Program Code: 123354 from 9:00am-4:00pm at Gellert Community Centre. Cost is $204 for the week. Register online (located under Programs > Summer Camps >  PLAY).



    Looking to get your 40 volunteer hours? Want to make a difference in your community and the lives of fellow neighbours and friends? Consider volunteering with the Town of Halton Hills! Build leadership skills, give back to your community and meet new people. Recreation & Parks offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for youth. Visit our volunteer webpage to learn more about available opportunities and the application process.


    New: Halton Hills Youth Voice Committee

    Halton Hills Youth Voice is a committee of youth providing direction to the Youth Services Network.

    Youth Voice Objectives:Group picture of the Mayor’s Youth Action Committee

    • Guide and direct the work and focuses of the Youth Services Network
    • To foster civic engagement of all youth in Halton Hills through meetings, programs, events, and more
    • To act as an advocate to youth issues
    • Support the positive assets of youth within Halton Hills
    • Recognize and celebrate youth
    • To engage all youth in Halton Hills in identifying youth issues, decision making and proposed solutions
    • To promote positive meaningful activities for youth in partnership with the community
    • To foster a positive image of youth in Halton Hills by participating actively in community events and activities

    Join the Youth Voice Committee
    Help to shape the impact of youth in Halton Hills for the better! Join the Youth Voice Committee by filling in a Youth Voice Committee Application Form.


    Youth Taxi Scrip

    The Youth Taxi Scrip Program is a service that allows registered youth riders to receive a discounted fare with participating taxi companies for travel within Halton Hills. Visit the Youth Taxi Scrip webpage to register and learn more.


    Youth Week

    Every year from May 1-7, we recognize and celebrate the youth in our community for all of their dedication and hard work throughout the year. Watch for a Youth Week calendar, full of events to celebrate youth all week long.

    Youth Week May 1-7 2017

    Youth Week: Youth Recognition Awards & Art Competition
    Celebrate youth through our annual Youth Recognition Awards & Art Competition. Nominate a youth today for their contributions to the community or for their artistic talents.



    Check out current job postings available today! Summer employment information is available as of December.

    Youth Friendly Community LogoYouth Friendly Community - Platinum 

    The Town of Halton Hills is a Platinum Youth Friendly Community through the Play Works Youth Friendly Community designation. That means we strive to ensure youth in Halton Hills have access to a diversity of play, recreation, volunteering and leadership development. Learn more on the Playworks website.

    Youth Needs Study

    The Youth Needs Study is a comprehensive report that evaluates and makes recommendations for improving the quality of life for youth in Halton Hills. Completed in December 2011, the study spans years – from 2012-2022. Council and staff continue to support this study by placing an emphasis on youth engagement, access and support. Check out the following links related to the YNS:

    Group of Youths


    ADULTS: Wondering how you can become more youth friendly?

    Watch our youth engagement video on YouTube

    Community groups and organizations can benefit from the much-needed ideas, solutions and advice that our local youth are able to provide. Consider starting up a youth advisory committee, or becoming involved in MYAC. For smaller or short-term goals, consider a strategic workshop, focus group or social media interactions. The benefit is twofold. Organizations have a better understanding of youth needs and interests, and youth are empowered to make decisions and have a direct impact in their community.

    • Read the YNS
      Okay maybe not word for word, it’s massive…but it’s worth it. By reading and following recommendations from the Youth Needs Study, you’ll better understand how to incorporate youth friendly practices into your work.
    • Read the Youth Engagement Checklist
      Checklists are good. They take a ton of information and pack it all neatly in a tiny little package so you can understand it. The Youth Engagement Checkilst



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