Culture, sports and recreation programs
CNIB Foundation's culture, sports and recreation programs provide you with opportunities to take part in a variety of creative classes, community-based workshops, physical activities and excursions.
CNIB Unbound Book Club
CNIB Unbound is a virtual book club for anyone interested in accessible literacy. Housed on Facebook, the club gives members an interactive community where they can read together, swap notes and perspectives on what they've read, and talk about all things books – from their favourite writers to the latest accessible reading technologies on the market.
Oshawa Blind Curling
Try a new sport! The Oshawa Curling Club is recruiting new members. The group practices every Tuesday at the Oshawa Curling Club.
Music jam session
Singers, musicians, music fans - come jam! Join us for a night of live music and experience the unique joy that only music brings. Bring an instrument, your voice, or just a love of music. The group meets on the second Tuesday of the month.
Two-person Guitar Classes
Learn to play guitar at The Hub! One-hour classes beginning at 3 p.m., 4 p.m. or 5 p.m. Guitar enthusiasts of any skill level are welcome and you don’t need to own a guitar. Our visually impaired instructor Joe Bernard teaches in a patient, inclusive environment. The group meets every Thursday. Registration required.
Woodturning - Toronto
Learn woodturning fundamentals and tackle a small project at The Hub. The group meets on the last Thursday of the month.
CCB Book club
Calling all book lovers! Spend an afternoon in the company of friends discussing the book of the month. The CCB group meets on the third Wednesday of the month.
Guided yoga - Toronto
Check out a guided yoga class to improve your mind, body and spirit. We provide the mats! Classes are held every Monday.
Guided yoga - Richmond Hill
Check out a guided yoga class to improve your mind, body and spirit. We provide the mats! Classes are held every Wednesday in the Craft Room.
CNIB Amateur Radio Program
Established in 1967, CNIB’s Amateur Radio Program has grown to include nearly 500 members across Canada, from teens to professionals, parents and retirees.
Reading contracted braille
Learn to read contracted braille.