5 clubs you can join in Toronto for free this fall

Sep 21 2017, 11:10 pm

Don’t let being on a budget put a damper on your social life.

Next time your friends are out to dinner and drinks, instead of sitting at home and binging on Netflix, have some fun with one of these free Toronto clubs. This way, you can make new friends, learn some new things, and save money. Because fun shouldn’t have a price tag.

Here are 5 free clubs to join this fall.

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Nike Running Club

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Tie up those laces and hit the streets for a run with Toronto’s Nike Running Club. The club is a great way to meet like minded people and squeeze in a nice tour of the city during your weekly run. And if that doesn’t sell you on it, maybe the free post-workout snacks will. To find out times and meet up spots, check out the Nike Running club app or website.

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Ladies Learning Code

Started here in Toronto, Ladies Learning Code is a non profit organization determined to spread digital literacy to women and youth across Canada. All of their classes are completely free and volunteer run, and with almost a class a day, you’re bound to find one that works with your schedule. Check the website out to register for a class that suits your interests and skill level.

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Book and Beer

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If you love books as much as you love beer, this club is for you. Made up of urban millennials, Books and Beer meet up at different spots in the city to discuss books over beers. All you have to do is bring a book to pass on and a couple bucks to buy yourself a beer. Check out their Meetup page to see when the next event is and get reading!

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IMPROV In The Park

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Looking to get out of your head for an hour or so? IMPROV in the park has been pulling people out of their shell since 2009. With instructors at every event, you’ll quickly learn the in’s and out’s of improv while getting in some laughs. And if they’re not doing improv, they’re out together supporting local comedy. Check out events on their Meetup page to and get ready to let loose.


Photo Walks

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Make some friends as you snap photos around the city with Toronto’s Photo Walks. Along with photo walks, which are mainly in the downtown core, the group offers tutorials and classes for those who want to refine their craft. Don’t worry, the group isn’t camera discriminatory, so if you don’t have a Nikon, an iPhone will do. Check out the website for events and get snapping!


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