The town offers a wide variety of fitness, recreational and cultural activities for residents ages 50+, including opportunities available at five facilities dedicated to providing programming and social opportunities for older adults.
2302 Bridge Road
Please note: Tickets for Seniors Services special events at QEPCCC are only available in the Older Adults Centre during regular hours (Monday to Friday from 1 to 4 p.m.).Learn more
As well as the seniors newsletters which follow, browse the Parks, Recreation and Culture Program Guide or online registration system for more information.
A current Seniors Services 50+ membership is required to register for Seniors Services 50+ programs.
Want to get involved? We're always looking for volunteers to help out around the centres and at special events.
Registration for spring and summer Seniors Services programs begins Tuesday, February 20, 2018.
Registration for fall and winter Seniors Services programs began Friday, September 8, 2017.
A membership with Seniors Services allows you to participate in all our programs, drop-in activities and special events (additional fees apply per activity, program or event). Membership prices are as follows:
Memberships can be purchased in person Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at the Oakville Seniors Centre, Sir John Colborne Centre, or Town Hall.
Memberships can also be purchased at the Queen Elizabeth Park Older Adults Centre Monday to Friday, between 1-4 p.m., and the Iroquois Ridge Older Adults Centre during specific times. Please call 905-845-6601, ext. 3745 for more details.
Online program registration is available. Please ensure your membership is up-to-date before registering.
Have questions? Please drop by your local seniors centre or contact:
Manager, Adult and Seniors Services
905-845-6601, ext. 3976
For more information about community services and resources, visit the Seniors Services page.
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.
The Recreation and Culture department needs volunteers for programs, special events, and more. Whether you help out for just one day or longer, you can meet new people, gain valuable job experience and earn community service hours for school. Learn more today!