Grandravine Special Hockey is a hockey program for the developmentally challenged for all ages, male or female, regardless of skill level. It is the oldest special hockey program in North America, founded in 1980.
- The progam runs 26 weeks
- The Skills Development Program is for all beginners and teaches basic skating and hockey skills.
- Games with nearby regional teams.
- Participation in the Annual Special Hockey International tournament.
- Other group and social events
2015 Dinner Dance
April 7, 2015
The Julius Banquet Centre was the siteand February 28 was the date for The Grandravine Special Program Annual Dinner Dance andRead more.
Joe Rizzuto – An Urban Hero!
November 30, 2014
On November 4, 2014 the North York Mirror handed out its annual Urban Heroes awards for community service. Our veryRead more.
MLSE Day – November 22
November 9, 2014
Saturday November 22 is MLSE Day at Grandravine. The Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment Foundation has been an important partnerRead more.
The Toronto Waterfront Marathon
October 30, 2014
On Sunday October 19 over 20,000 runners turned out for the 25th Toronto Waterfront Marathon. They came from allRead more.
Michael Cohen – Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon
September 20, 2014
In previous years I have participated in the Scotiabank Marathon to raise money for Walk Now for Autism. This yearRead more.
Robin Cook – Community Service Award
September 14, 2014
Robin Cook works for MLSE in their merchandising department, a department that also employs students in Co-op Placement programs. WhileRead more.