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A town dedicated to community building, getting to know their neighbours and being involved, Thorold is a great place to raise a family. Find your home, your team and your people in Thorold’s robust community engagement initiatives.
Whether you’re young or old, the best way to keep busy and make new friends in Thorold is to be part of the Thorold Community Activities Group. From morning yoga to shinny hockey and youth cooking for the little ones, the group’s loaded schedule and variety of classes gives everyone an opportunity to join in. For more details, visit thoroldgroup.org.
CHEER THEM ON
The Thorold Amateur Athletic Association is a volunteer-driven organization committed to creating a hockey program for Thorold youth that is affordable for all families. The organization’s goal is to help young hockey players develop skills and enjoy the sport at a recreational and competitive level. Go Blackhawks go! For more information, visit thoroldminorhockey.com.
Battle of Beaverdams Park, a 10-acre park in the heart of downtown Thorold, plays host to a variety of community events throughout the year including the Protection Hose Company No.1, Easter Egg Hunt and Canada Day festivities in addition to private events from local community groups. For more events, see Thorold’s events calendar.
GROW & BEAUTIFY
A volunteer organization that encourages interest in gardening and environmental awareness, the Thorold Garden Club is dedicated to causes like community beautification and environmental conservation, as well as providing resources for horticultural societies. For more information, contact president Leslie Daniels visit gardenontario.org.
PLAY YOUR PART
Founded in 1986, the Thorold Community Theatre uses the arts as an entertaining and animating force in the community. A not-for-profit organization, the theatre is run by approximately 50 volunteers who ensure that a play is hosted each spring and autumn. Join the theatre group to help put on a production for the 1,200-1,400 patrons that attend each show. For more information, visit thoroldtheatre.ca.