First Annual Oakville Urban Dance Festival
Are you a youth interested in helping to develop the first annual TUDS Oakville Urban Dance Festival, while gaining valuable experience?
Working with the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts and Gadfly Creative Works Urban Dance Repertory Company, participants will assist with developing social media promotions, artwork and videos; as well as photography, marketing, programming and technical aspects of organizing and delivering the first annual Oakville Urban Dance Festival September 22-24, 2016.
Join us for this fantastic opportunity to learn, have fun, and enter the festival world! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up today!
The Town of Oakville is proud to provide this mentoring opportunity to youth interested delivering special events in their community in partnership with Gadfly Creative Works and thanks to a grant from the Ontario Arts Council.
Outrigger Canoe classes
Outrigger Canoe Paddling 50+ and Outrigger Canoe Level 1 (ages 18+) are a relaxed way to stay fit and develop skills on the water in a fun group sport. No previous experience required! All equipment is supplied. Participants must be able to swim comfortably with a PFD.
Please note: The new temporary Wai Nui location is on the west side of Sixteen Mile Creek, directly under the west end of the Lakeshore Road bridge.
How to get there by car
Forsythe is the street at the west end of the Lakeshore Road bridge at Sixteen Mile Creek (opposite the Central Branch library, Centennial Pool and Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts). Turn south onto Forsythe (at Lakeshore) then take an immediate left down the hill and then another left at the bottom. The enclosure is straight ahead. Parking is limited to the spots facing the south end of the enclosure only.
How to get there on foot
Same directions as by car from the south side of the bridge. On the north side, there are stairs just north of the bridge beside the big condo. Stairs lead directly down to the enclosure on your right.
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Following Recreation and Culture’s commitment to continuously improve our programs and services, an electronic customer feedback system has been introduced to our registered programs participants.
If you are currently registered in one of our programs, you will be emailed a short survey after the last class for your candid feedback. This is your chance to tell us what we’re doing right and where we might need to do better to improve service to our customers.
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Be sure to check your inbox after your last class. We look forward to hearing from you!