Among Friends is a weekly opportunity for LGBTQ refugee claimants to socialize, build community networks, and access information to help with settlement in Canada.
Animation Movie Camp for LGTBQ Teens and Youth
The 519 is excited to offer a FREE 6-week series of Basketball Basics programming in Barbara Hall Park!
Body Love is a series of movement workshops that begin with self-love meditation exercise then move into movement and choreographic mentorship.
A space for Muslim women aged 16-29 to create new works of art that narrate stories and provide alternatives to preconceived notions about identity, self and community.
Drag performance artists Fay Slift + Fluffy Soufflé invite you and the kids in your life to special events with books and fun!
Drumming has long been a key element of Indigenous ceremony and community. Join us for this 5-week session to make your drum, learn songs, and know more about the significance of drumming.
The 519’s Kids and Youth Action and Arts Space offers fun, friends and cool opportunities for a couple of hours on the first and third Saturday of each month.
Community Arts, Crafts and Ideas
Youth Mentorship is a monthly program designed specifically for newcomer youth aged 14-19 who are Permanent Residents and Convention Refugees, residing in Canada for less than five years.
Singing Out is Toronto’s LGBTQ Community Chorus. The choir promotes pride in musical excellence, and fosters a positive image of common goals of belonging, unity, and empowerment.
Weekly drop-in program for trans, non-binary and two-spirit youth (ages 16-29) to engage with a range of sports including ultimate frisbee, bouldering, boxing, swimming, ice sports, field sports, etc.
This phase of the 3 year project, provides peer leaders with 16 weeks of free training opportunities for diverse skill development on various personal and professional development topics – including: cooking, anti-oppression, self-care, team building, harm reduction, HIV, and relevant legislation.
In an exciting new partnership between Buddies, The 519, and the Senior Pride Network, The Youth / Elders Project brings together young and old to create a living document of our personal queer histories.
The Trans Youth Mentorship Program supports trans-identified youth age 16-29 with their education, training and employment goals.
The 519’s Kids and Youth Action and Arts Space offers fun, friends and cool opportunities for a couple of hours every first and third Saturday of each month.
Youth Engagement is a weekly program for newcomer youth aged 14-19 who are Permanent Residents or Convention Refugees, residing in Canada for less than five years.