For a limited time, try Oakville's newest community centre and find out what it has to offer, for FREE!
You're invited to join us at Trafalgar Park Community Centre on Saturdays, between October 20 and December 15, from 6 to 9 p.m. for access to:
Admission requirements, capacity and other restrictions may apply.
The Hive is a free weekly drop-in activity for crafty bees to connect, create, share, teach, laugh or simply relax by indulging in a creative activity!
Join the Hive:
Fridays (September 21-December 21)
10 a.m. to noon
at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre
Tools and materials will be provided but participants are encouraged to bring their own knitting needles, crochet hooks, etc. if you have them.
Borrow sports equipment* just like you would a book this summer. In partnership with the Oakville Public Library and Government of Ontario, we’re excited to launch the Sports Equipment Lending Program.
Fun, active and FREE! This service is offered at Clearview, Woodside and Iroquois Ridge library branches.
*Must have a valid Oakville Public Library card.
Visit the subsidy programs page for information about financial assistance for Town of Oakville recreation and leisure services available to individuals who qualify.
Oakville is rich in learning opportunities. School Curriculum Teacher Resources, information about Fire Education, Bicycle education and safety, and more can be found on the Education and Learning page.
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC), is a unique and dynamic public space designed to meet all of your recreation, arts and cultural needs. With 144,000 square feet of activity space, there's plenty of room to be creative! All Ages Family Drop-in sessions are offered in the Ceramic Studio at select times, including P.A. Days. Visit the QEPCCC Studio Programs page for more information.
Oakville Museum offers both on-site and in-class programs with specific curriculum links to a wide variety of subjects and grade levels. Our programs are fun and interactive and include resources for classroom use. Visit the Oakville Museum School & Community Programs page for themes and details.
CORE is a membership-based program that offers non-profit, volunteer-based organizations support in delivering their services to the community. CORE members provide various opportunities for residents to engage in their community, access support services, participate in recreation activities, and pursue life-long learning.
Members fall into one of the following categories: Arts and Culture; Community Agencies (including education and support services); Multicultural Agencies/Spiritual Groups; Recreation/Leisure; and Sports (including casual sports groups).
For more information about CORE and a list of current members, please visit the CORE page.