Official Opening of the New
Warden Hilltop Community Centre
Saturday, September 17
10 a.m. to noon; official remarks at 10 a.m.
25 Mendelssohn St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
(east side of Warden Avenue, north of St. Clair Avenue)
The highlights of the celebration include:
- tours of the centre,
- family entertainment,
- children’s games and
- information about programs.
Warden Hilltop Community Centre will provide you some fantastic facilities such as:
- a double gymnasium,
- weight room,
- a multi-purpose community room,
- preschool area,
- dance/fitness/aerobics space and
- teaching kitchen.
Did you know that the new Warden Hilltop Community Centre is the first public building in Toronto to be LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certified featuring a geothermal heating and cooling system, green roof and solar power!?!
- 416 392-7640
- Fully Accessible
- Ward: 35
- District: Scarborough
- Near: Warden & St. Clair
- TTC Information: Travel to Warden Station. Walk north on Warden to Mendelssohn. Walk east on Mendelssohn to the community centre.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
September 15, 2011
City of Toronto to officially open new Warden Hilltop Community Centre
Councillor Michelle Berardinetti (Ward 35 Scarborough Southwest) and City of Toronto staff will join members of the community to celebrate the opening of the new Warden Hilltop Community Centre. The celebration will include tours of the centre, family entertainment, children’s games and information about programs.
Date: Saturday, September 17
Time: 10 a.m. to noon; official remarks at 10 a.m.
Location: 25 Mendelssohn St. (east side of Warden Avenue, north of St. Clair Avenue)
This new facility includes a gymnasium, a multi-purpose community room, preschool area, dance/fitness/aerobics space and teaching kitchen.
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