9 weeks of Summer Gymnastics Programs are available from July to September for children aged 4-12 years.
Summer Camps – Campers will participate in games, gymnastics activities and crafts that incorporate the weekly themes. Full day campers aged 6-12 years also participate in swimming at the Glen Abbey Pool, and a Wednesday afternoon outing or special on-site activity.
Summer Gymnastics Session Evening Classes run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 4:30-7:30pm.
For program information, and to register online, visit their website: http://www.oakvillegym.com/
The Oakville Art Society’s annual Art in the Park returns for its 52nd year on Monday, August 7!
In 1965 the Society created Art in the Park to promote local artists and artisans, and today this show has blossomed into Oakville’s premier art event.
Featuring more than 175 artists and artisans from across the country, the event attracts thousands of people to the Bronte waterfront.
Every medium is represented, from traditional oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings to glass, ceramics, photography, mixed media, sculptures and fine jewellery.
Visitors will get to meet the artists and learn about the works they have created, listen to live music, and enjoy food and beverages from Yolanda’s Spuntino Casa.
Kerr Village Handmade & Vintage Market: Three curated, outdoor markets, located in the parking lot on Kerr Street at Westside Drive in Oakville. The markets will be held from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on the second Saturday of each summer month: June 10, July 8 and August 12 of 2017.
Handmade Products: Jewelry, Pottery, Stationery, Home Decor, Clothing, Furniture, Soaps, Bath & Body, Wellness
Vintage: Comic Books, Records, Clothing, Kitchen Wares, Collectibles, Furniture.
TD Songs of Summer is a new event taking place in Oakville, Ontario on Saturday, August 19, 2017. The new one-day festival will replace the TD Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival with artists from multiple musical genres performing. TD Songs of Summer’s lineup will be a celebration of Canadian artists.
“We have such great artists in Canada whose music really embodies that feeling of a summer song; a song with a happy, triumphant and sometimes reflective tone that reminds you of past summers’ experiences,” said Susan Johnston, Executive Director of the Downtown Oakville BIA. “This year during Canada 150 is the perfect opportunity to try something new and celebrate Canadian performers.”
The festival will be a free one-day event taking place throughout Downtown Oakville on Saturday, August 19, 2017.
Proceeds will help fund life-saving medical equipment at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.
On the day, registration opens at 9 a.m. and tee off will be at 11 a.m.
This year’s tournament is all-inclusive – all golfers will receive access to on-course contests and activities, entry into the birdie par bogie contest and two drink tickets in addition to the following:
– 18-holes of golf (scramble format)
– Breakfast, lunch and dinner
– On-course snacks and beverages
– Silent auction
– Golfer gifts
Tee off to support your Oakville Hospital!