As the province plans for recovery, the town is beginning to carefully and responsibly bring back services and reopen some public spaces, programs and services. Provincial emergency orders and the town’s physical distancing by-law remain in effect. We must all continue to follow guidelines from Public Health officials.
The 10th annual Culture Days weekend took place from September 27 to 29, 2019.
This year, participants took part in arts and culture events and activities for FREE at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and other locations.
Check out our photo album and discover the world of artists, creators, heritage experts, architects, curators, designers and other creative people in your community. Attendees enjoyed free family-friendly entertainment, art workshops, dance, ceramics, live music and more.
Schedules are subject to change. Capacity restrictions, etc. may apply.
Select workshops offered as part of the Town of Oakville's Culture Days celebrations require pre-registration and participants need to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop to secure their space.
This year's Culture Day's theme was Creativity, the Arts and Well-being. We offered yoga, Nordic walking, and more in addition to our popular art-based activities.
Check out the Fall/Winter program guide or online registration system for more information.
Volunteers (ages 14+) play an important role in the success of our annual weekend of Culture Days events!
If you are enthusiastic and committed to assisting with an activity-filled day, support your local community and earn volunteer hours by helping out at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre (QEPCCC).
Volunteers will greet visitors, provide directions to activity rooms, and assist with monitoring doors/attendance numbers.
Volunteers should register online for Culture Days using the Volunteer Opportunities Tool!