Oakville Museum Programs and Events

Summer Camp at the Oakville Museum

Summer Camp at the Oakville Museum

Summer Camp at the Oakville Museum

Join us for a summer break filled with excitement and adventure! Our camps offer a safe environment for kids to learn, laugh and explore.

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Emancipation Day Family Picnic

Emancipation Day Family Picnic

Emancipation Day Family Picnic

Monday, August 5 from 1 to 4 p.m.
All ages. Free event.

Bring your family and friends to Erchless Estate and celebrate an achievement in Canadian history. The annual picnic kicks off at 1 p.m. and is hosted by the Oakville Museum in partnership with the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton. The picnic, which commemorates August 1, 1834 – the day slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire, will include a number of fun activities and musical performances.

Tots and Pots

Tots and Pots

Tots and Pots

August 27, 28 from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Fee: $31.95. Age: 3-5.

A special gardening program for young children to try out their green thumbs at the Oakville Museum! Children will have lots of fun planting seeds, decorating containers, and making flowering crafts. This is the perfect way to introduce young children to an un-parented program experience while exploring the historic Erchless gardens!

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Doors Open Halton Region

Doors Open Halton Region

Doors Open Halton Region

Saturday, September 28
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free event!

Join us for Doors Open Halton and explore the Oakville Museum and Oakville's First Post Office. Come enjoy the magnificent view of the harbour, stroll through our historical gardens and tour the family estate. Visit the Doors Open Halton website this summer for site listings, maps and more information about the event.

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