Welcome to the Toronto yoyo club! In this website you will find information about our club meetings, as well as information for beginners to get started. Questions? Inquiries? Email us or check out our discussion forum!
The next meeting: June in YorkU Winters College. Come and decide when it will be
General information about YoYoToronto meetings
NOTE: The following information applies to regular meetings, which may differ from specifics mentioned above!Time and place:
Meetings are held once a month, in which the exact date is decided by a poll about a week before the beginning of the month. Anyone with an account in our discussion forum can vote. See this thread for information and updates.
Meeting locations alternate between the campuses of University of Toronto (downtown) and York University (Keele). In UofT we meet in the lobby of Bahen Centre for Information Technology (Map), and in York we meet in Winters College Dining Hall (Map). Both locations are indoors, so the weather is not a factor. The bulk of our members usually show up half to one hour later than the scheduled time. The meetings usually last for a few hours and disperse at around 4 or 5pm.Who can attend:
Anyone! Regardless of your skill, age, gender, etc, if you'd like to yoyo, you can attend.How to attend:
Just show up. The meetings are really not much more than friends hanging out. Feel free to introduce yourself in the forum beforehand so we can expect you; otherwise, surprise us. If you have yoyos, go ahead and bring them with you. If you don't, we're more than happy to let you play with ours. Cases of different yoyos are always available during meetings, so there is never a shortage.Why attend:
- Learn new tricks. Seeing tricks done in real life is the absolute best way to learn them.
- Teach new tricks. If you are a skilled yoyoer, please come and enlighten us!
- Try other yoyos. Each of our regular members usually bring a case about 10 yoyos on average to each meeting. If you wonder how other yoyos feel like, we might have them for you.
- Meet new friends. Yoyoing is just so much more fun with others.
What meetings look like
A bunch of people playing with yoyos and hanging out