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Community Passes

Explore your community like never before with Clarington Public Library's Community Passes!
 
Community Passes are available for loan through your Library's collection. Members can place holds on some of the Passes, but others will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the branch to which it's returned. Each Community Pass has a loan period of three days, and provides free family admission to a popular Clarington attraction.

The following Passes are available:


 

Jungle Cat World logo.

Jungle Cat World Pass: Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park

Place a Hold!

Location:
Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park
3667 Concession Road 6, Orono
 
905-983-5016
 
Conditions of Use:
  • Family Day Pass provides General Admission for 2 adults and 3 children.
  • Pass may be used multiple times during the loan period.
     
Terms of Loan:
  • 3 day loan period.
  • $1.00 per day late fee; $108.00 replacement fee.
  • Pass may be returned to any Clarington Public Library branch.
     
About Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park:
Since 1983, Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park has been offering visitors the unique opportunity to see and experience wild species, many threatened with extinction, in an up-close and personal environment. Professional staff are readily available and always eager to share their knowledge and enthusiasm.
 

Clarington Museum logo.

Museum Pass: Clarington Museums & Archives

Place a Hold!

Locations:
Bowmanville Museum
37 Silver Street, Bowmanville) (open seasonally)
 
Clarke Museum
(7086 Old Kirby School Road, Kirby) (open seasonally
 
Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre
(62 Temperance Street, Bowmanville)
 
Conditions of Use:
  • Family Pass valid for up to 5 people at any Clarington Museums and Archives location. Donations to the Museum on-site are welcome.
  • Hours of operation may be found online at www.claringtonmuseums.com.
  • Pass may be used multiple times during the loan period.
Terms of Loan:
  • 3 day loan period.
  • $1.00 per day late fee; $57.00 replacement fee.
  • Pass may be returned to any Clarington Public Library branch.
 
About Clarington Museums and Archives:
Come to Clarington Museums and Archives to discover the past! From the luxury of our beautiful Edwardian home to a rustic pioneer Blacksmith Shop, Clarington Museums and Archives offers a unique opportunity to explore our diverse history. Special exhibits throughout the year showcase one of the largest publicly owned doll collections in addition to exciting travelling exhibitions.
 

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Swim/Skate Pass: Municipality of Clarington, Community Services Department

Place a Hold!

Municipal Pool Locations:
  • Clarington Fitness Centre (49 Liberty St. N, Bowmanville, 905-623-3392)
  • Courtice Community Complex (2950 Courtice Rd N, Courtice, 905-404-1525)
  • Newcastle & District Recreation Complex (1780 Rudell Rd, Newcastle, 905-987-5667)
  • Orono Park Outdoor Pool (61 Princess Street, Orono, 905-983-9448)
 
Municipal Arena Locations:
  • Darlington Sports Centre (2276 Taunton Rd, Hampton, 905-623-5728)
  • Garnet B. Rickard Complex (2440 Hwy 2, Bowmanville, 905-623-5728)
  • South Courtice Arena (1595 Prestonvale Rd, Courtice, 905-435-1061)
 
Conditions of Use:
  • Pass valid for up to 5 people (maximum 2 adults) at any Community Services Department Pool for Adult/Lane or Public Swims or Community Services Department Arena for Public Skating.
  • Pool schedules, arena schedules, admission standards, and general rules may be found online at www.clarington.net.
  • CSA approved helmets required for skaters 5 years and under.
  • Only skate aids supplied by the Community Services Department will be permitted on the ice.
  • Pass may be used multiple times during the loan period.
 
Terms of Loan:
  • 3 day loan period.
  • $1.00 per day late fee; $100.00 replacement fee.
  • Pass may be returned to any Clarington Public Library branch.
 
About the Municipality of Clarington's Community Service's Department:
The Community Services Department is responsible for all indoor municipal recreation facilities and programs (some of which are provided in partnership with local community organizations to meet specific needs.)