The PROBUS Club of Toronto was established in 2014 to meet the needs of Toronto-based retirees.
With monthly meetings and dozens of regular activities and special events for retired and semi-retired men and women, we create a place of enjoyment and fellowship, emphasizing the Probus motto “Our Strength is Fellowship; Our Success is Participation."
Some of our most popular activities and events include bookclubs, dining, discussions, walking and hiking, gardening, geocaching, golf, movies, pickleball, theatre and the arts, writing and more.
BECOMING A MEMBER
Thank you for your interest in joining PROBUS Toronto.
At this time, our membership waitlist is closed to prospective new members.
We have a membership cap of 325 and a waitlist cap of 100. We bring in new members from the waitlist annually around October 1. We then open the waitlist to prospective new members until we reach 100 again.
Please check back on October 1, 2024
The cost of membership:
For more information contact us.
MONTHLY GENERAL MEETINGs
The Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month, year round, from 10 am to 12 noon. A typical meeting consists of a 30 minute update of Club happenings, 30 minutes of coffee and socializing, and 60 minutes to hear a guest speaker.
We meet at an easily accessible, midtown location in the Holy Rosary Parish Hall. The Hall entrance is between the Church and Loblaws, at 356 St. Clair Ave. W. M5P 1N4, beside the TTC St Clair West Subway, bus and streetcar station, (St Clair & Bathurst area).
ABOUT PROBUS AND OUR CLUB
Who We Are
Probus is an association of retired and semi-retired persons who join together in autonomous clubs throughout the world.
probus toronto history
A worldwide community of seniors interested in stimulating online conversations, connecting Probus members since 1996.
View their website here.