To help slow the spread of COVID-19 and support Public Health officials, the Town of Oakville has joined the Province of Ontario and Halton Region in declaring a State of Emergency. Facilities and parks remain closed. Only essential services are being delivered.
Although our facilities are currently closed, you'll still have a chance to redeem your Valentine's Day drop-in passes for a free public swim, skate or sport. These special valentine cards will now be accepted until December 31, 2020.
Love our Summer Sizzlers program, but don't want to attend camp every day? Check out our Summer Sizzler Super Playgrounds drop-in program* (ages 6-12).
*Registrants will receive a Super Playgrounds membership pass that must be presented to staff on site, and must be signed in and out by a parent or guardian. First-come, first-served for each half-day.
For sites that have a splash pad, remember to bring a swimsuit and towel!Learn more about Super Playgrounds
Openings are currently available in the Friendship Luncheon Program run by the Seniors Centre in Oakville for isolated seniors ages 80+.
Participants are picked up at their homes once a week by volunteer drivers and brought to the centre closest to their home for lunch, an exercise program, games and social time. All participants pay a nominal fee, must be able to tolerate a regular diet and walk independently (with the use of a cane or walker).
Call one of these centres for more information:
The Recreation and Culture department supports giving back to the community and does so by promoting active living through recreational opportunities. Eligible groups may request one donation from the following options: three-month family swim/skate pass; individual drop-in passes; or three-month full fitness membership. Request a donation for your special event or fundraiser.
Wondering what recreation programs are happening right NOW?
Find weekly swim and skate schedules, drop-in art programs, and more online!