Have Fun!

  • Brampton Library's Teen Summer Reading Club is open to youth 13-18 years of age. Sign up and collect points throughout the summer by logging the books you read, writing book reviews, participating in our virtual programs and completing online challenges!
  • Camp Possible is a free camp for students with special education needs in Grade 1 to age 21. Registration opens July 20.
  • Recreation at Home offers a variety of video and printable tutorials to keep Bramptonians active, entertained and engaged while at home. Digital resources are available for all age groups and interests in three areas: Virtual Fitness, Adventures at Home in Arts and Crafts, and The Senior’s Digital Café.
  • Brampton Fire and Emergency Services has a fun KidZone with activities for the little ones about fire safety.
  • The Rose at Home offers free online, participatory arts programming for children and youth. You can also enjoy weekly live virtual concerts on their social media channels.
  • Visual Arts Brampton's  Virtual Open Studio is a free-to-join place where new and experienced artists can gather, chat, share tips and tricks of the trade, work on projects and feel encouraged.
  • The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is posting daily @Home Virtual Family Fun Activities, behind-the-scenes tours, art and artifact spotlights to help you disconnect, stay positive and have some fun at home.

  • Creative Bug is an online learning resource to thousands of high quality, on-trend arts and crafts classes. To access Creativebug, visit the eLearning page at www.bramptonlibrary.ca. You will need a Brampton Library card, which is free to obtain.

  • Sheridan College’s Athletics Centre is hosting weekly online fitness workouts and other activities.

  • The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has launched the Pearson Airport Explorers Club – a fun, interactive online learning tool for kids in Grades 3 to 8.
    The Toronto Zoo is bringing animals to you for learning and entertainment.

  • mindyourmind exists in the space where mental health, wellness, engagement and technology meet. They work with community partners and youth 14 to 29 to co-create interactive tools and innovative resources to build capacity and resilience.
  • Arts@Home brings Toronto's arts sector together for you - delivered straight to your home.
  • Nachdi Jawani is offering free online classes to promote physical health. Classes are available on their Instagram page @nachdijawani.
  • ROM at Home
  • KidsAbility fun activities for families
  • Helping Hands is a youth-led organization that works to increase youth community engagement through technological platforms.
  • Community Climate Council's Camp Climate runs from July 5 to August 28. Join in for fun activities, webinars and guest speakers talking about climate change.
  • The TVOkids has added five new subject-specific sections (Math, Science and Tech, Language, Social Studies, Health and Arts) to the TVOkids YouTube channel.

  • TVO mPower features over 60 educational games for children in grades K-6.

  • TVO Mathify provides free online math tutoring with an Ontario Certified Teacher for students in grades 6-10. Join the thousands of students using Mathify and see what sets us apart from the rest.

  • TVO ILC’s free course offerings makes it easy for everyone to pursue lifelong learning. Come earn credits, upgrade your marks, or just learn something new!

  • TVO documentaries tell compelling stories that broaden perspectives, open eyes and deepen knowledge. With hundreds available for streaming 24/7 at tvo.org/documentaries, you can explore social, political and current affairs issues that matter.

  • Boys and Girls Club of Peel offers a free virtual programs for youth 13-18 years of age.

  • Catalyst Cyber Camp (July 20–September 4) is an free, Internet-based virtual program that provides fun and interactive challenges designed to teach youth how to be cyber-safe, and to introduce youth to cybersecurity as a potential career path.

  • Moyo Health and Community Services (previously Peel HIV/AIDS Network) provides health promotion, education, social and support services for people living with, affected by, and at systemic risk of HIV. For a full list of their upcoming event, click here.

    • Championing Spaces (every Tuesday, 6-8 pm via ZOOM)
    • Proud and Queer (July 24, 6-9 pm via ZOOM)
    • Issa GTA Pride (July 25, 7-8 pm via ZOOM)
    • Storytelling: Our Queer Indigenous Pride Event (July 30, 6-8 pm via ZOOM)
    • South Asian Pride Network: Lady in Black (July 31, 7-8:30 pm via ZOOM)

      This is a list of community resources available to residents and businesses of Brampton. This information was made available to the City of Brampton by the respective community group, and in no way signifies the City’s partnership and/or endorsement of the organizations or their offerings. For any questions relating to the resources, please connect directly with the respective organization.