August 22nd, 2019
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Summer Toronto Beaches

Taking Summer To Its Highest Heat!

Enjoy Your Final Summer Holidays!

Outdoor Public Swimming Pools:

~ D.D.Summerville Outdoor Pool, 1867 Lake Shore Blvd.E. (Close Sep 2)

~ Blantyre Park Outdoor Pool, 180 Fallingbrook Rd. (Close Sep 1)

~ Greenwood Park Outdoor Pool, 150 Greenwood Ave. (Close Sep 1)

~ Kiwanis Outdoor Pool, 373 Cedarvale Ave. (Close Sep 1)

~ Monarch Park Outdoor Pool, 115 Felstead Ave. (Close Sep 1)

~ Riverdale Park East, 550 Broadview Ave. (Close Sep 2)

For schedule and phone number at each location, visit: Toronto Public Outdoor Pools.

Community Updater:

For information and all upcoming events, visit Beaches Living Events page

Toronto Clean Beach - Blue Flag Beaches

Toronto Blue Flag BeachesBeaches that are safe to swim in the area:
~ Woodbine Beach

~ Kew-Balmy Beach

~ Cherry Beach

~ Bluffer's Park Beach

Warning: The public should not swim during and after storms, floods, or heavy rainfall. Cloudy water can be an indicator of high levels of bacteria that may pose a risk to human health.

Visit Toronto Beaches Water quality for the latest water safety info.

EVENT VIDEO - Summer Celebration On The BEACH


For community event details, and additional events visit Community Event Calendar.

Beaches Lions Club Easter Parad 2019

Beaches|Life Wellness & Beauty Show 2019

Beaches Spring Sprint 2019 5K Adults, 2K Kids

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Winner of APEX AWARDThe 12th Year!Beaches Living Publications, once again, is awarded for Publication Excellence for the 12th year!

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10th Annual Kids Program Open House event photos and videos. Find paticipating programs

Winter Stations Beaches Boardwalk, Contest and WIN

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Who knows the Beaches better than you? - take the survey to win $25 to local fine dining restaurant...

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Scott Thompson, Kids in the Hall cover sotry A Journey Between Two Small Towns at the Water
Late Summer & Back-to-school Edition, Aug/Sept, 2019

Accomplished multidisciplinary artist, Joel Thomas Hynes is an actor, creator and executive producer of the hit CBC comedy series Little Dog, and author of 2017 Governor General’s Award for Fiction winner...

These days, for part of the year, Joel has made a home in the Beaches, place he describes as the first time he’s had “a real sense of community” in Ontario.

Born in Calvert, a tiny village on the east coast of Newfoundland... [full story...]

Beaches|Life magazine - click here to read the entire issue and all past issues

Beaches Living Guide - Fall/Winter 2018-2019 edition is in distribution!

The Guide… featuring one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, the Beaches and its surrounding area, Leslieville, Riverdale and Birch Cliffs. HEAR the Beaches Living Guide on the AIR ... (Audio Sound). Pick-up Your Free Copy - ask for your free copy at local shops or read it online here.

Fall/Winter 2018-2019

Beaches Living magazine, Toronto Beaches
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Welcome to the Beaches Living Guide -Your community resource guide and business directory to Toronto’s one-of-a-kind Beaches Neighbourhood.

Beaches Living Guide is an award winning magazine in its 14th year of publication. It's informative, interactive, and provides insightful resources to the Toronto Beaches neighbourhood. This publication is available in print and online. It is about the vibrant and eclectic neighbourhood and surrounding areas. Whether living in this beautiful Toronto neighbourhood, or just visiting, be rest assured this guide will help you navigate your way to a unique and enjoyable experience.

The guide and its interactive website is your one-stop go-to guide for information about the Beaches, its people, community events, local business directory and attractions. You will also learn about our rich histories and unique landmarks.

We welcome your comments and suggestions. Our goal for the guide is to grow and flourish with the community.



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Beaches Living Guide has been awarded the annual APEX AWARD
2008 - 2016, for nine consecutive!
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The premier Launch:

The Beaches Living Guide was launched on July 15, 2004 at The Beaches Lions Clubhouse on the shores of Lake Ontario. The publication portrays the life and people of our vibrant Beaches community. See Photos and more about the Launch Event...