For 2020, Culture Days was extended beyond the traditional Culture Days weekend to a more inclusive and interactive four-week schedule of activities. Kicking off September 25 and running until October 25, Culture Days invited everyone to participate in and show appreciation for arts and culture in their own communities and nationwide.
Oakville is very proud of the Culture Days programs offered, doing all we can to protect your health and safety. But we also offered everyone the chance to celebrate Culture Days from the comfort of home.
Self-guided tours and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks.
- Explore the Sixteen Mile Creek Inner Valley and its connection with Oakville's Indigenous heritage with a self-guided Moccasin Trail Walk in Bronte or Lions Valley Park. Visit our Heritage Trails page for more routes with historical plaques that you can follow at your leisure.
- Volunteers at the Oakville Historical Society have created a video series that includes parts of their popular tours, including the history of Navy Street and our role in the Underground Railroad.
From our new Virtual Programs to physically distanced drop-ins and registered programs, the Town of Oakville is proud to provide our residents with a wide range of opportunities to get creative!
To learn more about how we're keeping you safe in our facilities and programs, check out our FAQs.