The town is now in Stage 2 of the province’s reopening framework. More town amenities, programs and services are becoming available. Provincial orders remain in effect and we must all follow public health guidelines.
Please refer to the Summer Programs FAQ and/or subscribe to the Recreation and Culture e-newsletter for updates.
The Town of Oakville provides seniors 80+ an opportunity to get out and socialize with others through our Friendship Luncheon programs.
Volunteer drivers pick clients up at their homes (around 10:30 a.m.), bring them to the centres and then return to take them home (around 2 p.m.).
If you are able to volunteer one hour per week, please contact Stephanie Coughlin, at 905-845-6601 ext. 3498, for the Iroquois Ridge Older Adult Centre every Thursday).
Drivers receive compensation for their mileage.Volunteer opportunities
The Oakville Recreational Hockey League (ORHL) is the town’s adult hockey league (ages 18+) that runs out of the state-of-the-art Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. Register individually or as a team!
For players looking to enhance their skills, ORHL Practice programs are also offered. Some restrictions apply.
Beginners welcome! The focus is on fun and sportsmanship in a recreational environment. Sign up as an individual or with friends. Register as a team by calling 905-845-6601, ext. 7204.
Oakville's seniors centres offer a variety of registered programs for ages 50+ including Pilates, Yoga, Zumba Gold, and more. Drop-in activities include billiards, carpet bowling, hall walking and Pickle Ball.
A current Seniors Services 50+ membership card is required to attend Seniors Services registered programs, drop-in activities, special interest clubs and day trips. Additional fees apply per program, activity or event. Visit the Seniors' Centres page for more information and to view our Seniors Services Newsletter for a full list of programs.
The Town of Oakville has a flexible and hassle-free fitness membership for you. Our fitness centres are well-equipped, clean and staffed with friendly, qualified professionals. There are more than 75 drop-in fitness classes to choose from each week including high and low impact aerobics, step, kickboxing, body sculpt, interval, core training, stability ball and more!
Want access to specialized studio equipment? Need space to work on your project? Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) offers drop-in options as well as a monthly Studio Membership to access the Wood Working, Pottery, and Fine Arts studios and Digital Arts Lab.
QEPCCC also offers a variety of pre-registered programs and one-day workshops. Try sewing, woodworking, website design, photography and more!
Book your recreational swim online using Active Oakville. Drop-ins are not allowed at this time and payment must be made at time of booking.