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.
A membership with Seniors Services allows you to participate in all 50+ programs, drop-in activities and special events. Additional fees may apply per activity, program or event. Membership prices are:
Please ensure your membership is up-to-date before registering. Memberships can be purchased at any community centre, Sir John Colborne Centre and Town Hall.
Open the Fall/Winter Seniors Services Newsletter (PDF). Registration for fall and winter Seniors Services programs is on-going.
Open the 2020 Spring/Summer Seniors Services Newsletter (PDF). Registration for 2020 spring and summer Seniors Services programs begins February 18 at 9 a.m.
Copies also available at your local seniors centre or town facility.
As well as the seniors newsletters, you can browse the Parks, Recreation and Culture Program Guide or online registration system for more information.
Please drop by your local seniors centre or contact the Program Supervisor at 905-845-6601, ext. 3626.
Want to get involved? We're always looking for volunteers to help out around the centres and at special events.
For information about community services and resources visit the Seniors Services page.
Active Oakville, the online drop-in program finder, displays schedules for art, sport and recreation activities for all ages; fitness classes; swim and skate schedules; and more up to seven days in advance.
1051 Glenashton Drive
905-338-4255, ext. 3745
Located at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre, which also has a library and pool, we offer many programs and a great place to socialize for those ages 50+. Check out our:
2302 Bridge Road
Located in our state-of-the-art Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. The older adult centre is a great place to meet new people and try something new. Check out our:
1565 Old Lakeshore Road West
The Sir John Colborne Centre offers a wide variety of social, recreational, health and wellness activities for Oakville seniors close to Coronation Park in Bronte. Check out our:
133 Rebecca Street
The Trafalgar Park Older Adults Centre is located in Kerr Village at Trafalgar Park Community Centre and a short stroll from Downtown Oakville. Check out our:
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:
Exercising in warm water helps to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation while increasing circulation. Learn movements to improve your balance, range of motion, posture and to help speed recovery from injuries and surgeries.
Aquatic Bone and Joint Therapeutic Care 18+ is offered at Glen Abbey Community Centre. Iroquois Ridge Community Centre is offering Aquatics Bone and Joint Therapeutic Care 50+.18+ program information
Come out and get active while you meet new people and learn a fun new sport! Drop-ins for Adult (18+) and 50+ pickleball include:
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