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Facility Projects

A large facility requires constant care. Variety Village has embarked on a capital upgrade project of $2.5 million. This rejuvenation will meet the growing demands for service and will have a profound effect on the community and the 30,000 children and adults it serves annually.

Increasing our ability to provide improved accessibility and safety will give members, teams, school groups and the community a sports and recreational facility that continues to be a leader in adapted programming for all abilities.

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Click here for a list of program time and space information during the closure.

We have some exciting news! The very old and tired fieldhouse curtains are being replaced through the generosity of the KRG Children’s Charitable Foundation.

We will close the fieldhouse to all programs, members and staff for a period of three weeks beginning Monday, June 12 while the work takes place to replace the curtains and operational motors. Stay tuned for more information about alternate locations for programs.

Other good news is that the old curtains are going to be recycled and are not going to landfill. We are scheduled to be fully open and operational for programs and the first day of summer camp on Monday, July 3.

Thank you for your understanding. We hope you will be happy with the results!

JUNE – JULY 2017
We are excited to announce our Open Doors Barrier Buster Project. This facility renewal project will replace several doors throughout our facility including the men’s and women’s aquatic change rooms, the family aquatic changeroom, the membership office, the men’s and women’s lobby washrooms and the administration area. These new installations will provide more access to the facility for people with disabilities.

We are expecting to begin the Open Doors project by the end of June with completion approximately mid July. This Barrier Buster project is made possible by The Rick Hansen Foundation Access4All Canada 150 Signature Initiative, supported by the Government of Canada.

What is a Barrier Buster Project? Click here to learn more!

Rick Hansen Foundation
supported by Canada 150

Variety Village recently received generous financial support to begin its Fieldhouse washrooms and change rooms upgrade project. The fieldhouse washrooms and change rooms are going to undergo an entire renovation with updated fixtures, lockers and showers. We are expecting the renovations to begin in late August or early September.

Please watch out for Alerts on our website and check back for updates on project progress!

BUS: We have a bus stop right outside! Take the 12A from Victoria Park Station.

FREE parking onsite.

Wheel-Trans accessible.

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