The city of Toronto entered stage two of the province's plan for restarting the economy. We are very excited to announce that with stage two, Franklin Horner Community Centre has begun the process of bringing back our programming. We are working to establish social distancing protocols that comply with government regulations, and look forward to having more information to share with you in the coming weeks.
Franklin Horner Community Centre has served the residents of the Etobicoke community for over 30 years. The Centre is a registered non-profit charitable organization and is home and host to a variety programs, services, and meeting space for community organizations, groups and individual members.
We have a diverse membership of groups and individuals of all ages enjoying a multitude of sports, recreation, education, and leisure activities. We host tournaments, business meetings, clubs, community groups, special events, and fundraisers.
In addition, Franklin Horner offers recreation/leisure activities including health education, fitness, woodworking, day trips, crafts, art, and congregate dining for seniors.
We are a satellite location for a moms & tots drop-in and school readiness programs run by the Etobicoke-Lakeshore EarlyON (LAMP), as well as Vincent Massey Childcare Centre.
Franklin Horner's commitment to providing a home for the
community to come together and grow makes it
"One of a Kind"