Learn about Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre’s first year of operations at February 25 meeting

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Residents invited to share personal experiences and ask questions

In March 2012, the Town of Oakville officially opened its doors at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC), a dynamic public space that inspires active living, and cultural and artistic interests. With almost a year under its belt, the town is inviting the community to learn more about the facility’s first year of operation at a public meeting on Monday, February 25, 2013, from 7 to 9 p.m. at QEPCCC located at 2302 Bridge Road.

At this meeting, town staff will provide an update on QEPCCC’s first year including successes and lessons learned. Following the brief presentation, those in attendance are encouraged to provide feedback, ask questions and share their own experiences.

“We value the community’s feedback and want to hear what QEPCCC means to our user groups and clients,” said Nina de Vaal, director of Recreation and Culture for the Town of Oakville. “Feedback will tell us what we’re doing right and where we might need to do better to help guide the future of this amazing facility.”

Town staff will report to Oakville Council in April 2013 on Working Committee accomplishments; QEPCCC uptake and programming; and overall results of public/user group consultations and key surveys.

Those planning to attend the meeting are asked to RSVP to qepark@oakville.ca or call 905-815-5979. Can’t make the meeting in person? Please complete QEPCCC’s short online survey by February 28 or email comments to qepark@oakville.ca.

Media contacts

Brent Copeland
Marketing Supervisor
Recreation and Culture
905-845-6601, ext. 3080

Janine Ivings
Senior Communications Advisor
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 3005