INDIGEO VOLO is delighted to announce that we have partnered with The Cook Street Village Activity Centre for our dungeon parties, upcoming conferences, and any future classes that we will be offering!

Historically, it has been incredibly difficult to find venues willing to host our society's events in any capacity. We are beyond grateful, and moved, by the warmest of welcomes and reassurances we have received from their Executive Director.

Rest assured that we have taken great care to fully explain to them the nature of our events and activities, as well as our safety policies, various insurances, and code of conduct.

The Cook Street Village Activity Centre is a single-floor recreation building located in the heart of the Cook Street Village, and is 100% accessible to people of all abilities!


There is a small parking lot at the venue; parking is permitted in spaces that are marked "Reserved for the Cook Street Village Activity Centre" only. Several stalls will be marked with orange cones, and we ask that those remain reserved both for people whose abilities do not allow them to walk as far, and as a drop-off and pick-up zone, only.

Please do not use the marked Circle K parking! We are not liable for any vehicles towed for parking in their clearly marked spots in the lot. (We have been advised that they WILL tow you!!!)

There is a #3 public transit stop right outside the main entrance. Please note that the last bus from this stop leaves before 9pm, so be sure to make alternate arrangements to get home from events held past 9pm.


The entrance we will be using for registration will be the single side door off of the parking lot, which is button-activated for accessibility. However, the main entrance's double doors (facing Cook Street) can be opened at a moment's notice to accommodate oversized mobility aides or equipment.

There are two restrooms, located right next to the side entrance. One contains urinals and a stall, and the other contains stalls only. We do not separate them by binary gender! Please use whichever facility you feel comfortable with. Both washrooms are wheelchair accessible, but please leave scooters outside in the hall for better maneuverability.


The main auditorium features assistive listening technology in the form of an audio induction loop for individuals with reduced ranges of hearing. This will be extremely helpful for our hearing impaired friends when classes and workshops are held in this space!

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