Oakville Youth Action Committee (OYAC) is for youth between 13 and 19 years of age.
The committee meets once a month to discuss matters related to youth, provides an opportunity to give Oakville youth a voice and be engaged in community events for youth.
If you are interested in being part of this committee, complete and submit the online application form today.Apply now
Challenge your friends (ages 10+) to this exciting game played on a badminton court, using tennis rules, a racquet that resembles a ping pong paddle and a wiffle ball.
Offered every Thursday from July 4 until August 29 from 9 to 11 a.m. in George Savage Park located at 3200 George Savage Avenue.
Appropriate footwear (inside court shoes) is recommended. A limited number of paddles will be available.
First-come, first-served. Capacity restrictions apply.
Culture Days gives us the opportunity to offer more than just one "Play Night" this time around. Try some of the great programs and services offered at Queen Elizabeth Park Community Centre (QEPCCC) September 27, 28 and 29 for FREE!
Enjoy family-friendly entertainment, all-ages clay drop-ins, art workshops, dance, live music and more. Some activities will be held at other locations and capacity restrictions apply.
Register now to save your spot in some of our popular Culture Days workshops, including the all ages Moccasin Trail Walk at Lions Valley Park.
Participants will be accepted off of waitlists when possible. Check out the Fall/Winter program guide or online registration system for more information.Culture Days details
Are you a young artist between the ages of 11 and 19 looking for space to exhibit your work? The Youth Corridor Galleries at QEPCCC provide a platform for emerging youth artists and students in the community at large.
We are interested in showcasing original artwork, and giving youth the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the exhibition process, to install and display their works, and even opportunities to sell their artwork.
For more information, please contact the Recreation Assistant at QEP Youth Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-845-6601, ext. 4681.
Open the activity calendar or visit Active Oakville, the online drop-in program finder.
Registered programs for youth are in the Parks, Recreation and Culture Guide.
For information on the Oakville Public Library Youth Programs visit the Oakville Public Library website.
Drop-in or visit the Youth Services page for more information about youth programs, services and resources.
Nottinghill Youth Centre is fully accessible and offers: