Posted 7.8.14 @ 3:15 by: Staff

Summer in Oakville is a sight to behold. The parks are as green as ever, the wildlife is full of vibrant energy and everyone enjoys being busy with enjoyable summertime activities such as family get-togethers, picnics, barbecues, sporting events and vacations. Spending summer in Oakville is a fantastic experience, but it would not be complete without getting a taste of the town’s sunniest offerings. With summer getting to its full swing this month, we thought it is a great idea to share with you the must watch out for July 2014 summer events in Oakville.

July 9 is for Summer Days Performance Series

Now on its second year, thanks to lots of people who loved the first one last year, the Summer Days Performance Series is back in Milton. Enjoy a free entertainment series which everyone will surely enjoy and bask in the best of dance, music and theater talents that Milton has in store. With performances scheduled for all Wednesdays of July, there is plenty of time to plan ahead and go see this showcase of performing arts talents. Milton holds the performances on the stage in front of the town hall from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. For more information and to see the detailed list of artists who will be performing, you may check out www.artsmilton.com.

July 13 is for Tri-FUN Kids’ Triathlons

Kids should enjoy some outdoor fun in the summer months, and what better way to introduce fitness and the joy of playing outdoors than seeing a fun-filled sporting event exclusively made for kids? Tri-FUN Kids’ Triathlons is for children 3-13 years of age. The event is a whole day racing event wherein kids will get the opportunity to relish some good old outdoor fun, develop more self confidence, gain friends, get active and have loads of fun. To join the event which will be held at Ernest C. Drury School, you need to register first at www.trifunkids.com. Everyone will surely love this summer event as there will be goodie bags, Family Fun Zone and a lot more.

July 19 is Canadian National Parks Day

If you love nature parks and nature reserves, you will surely love National Parks Day. Bronte Creek Provincial Park teems with life and is on its best at this time of the year. We did feature Bronte Creek Provincial Park in several of our articles before and you will find out just how breathtakingly beautiful it is when you visit the place on National Parks Day. Every single family member will find something to swoon over at the park which features a children’s play barn, an Olympic size skating rink, 11 picnic shelters, 10 kms of trails, a museum and a lot more.

July 19 is for Midnight Madness in Oakville

Downtown Oakville gets a big buzz of activity come July 19. Known as the largest retail event of the year, Midnight Madness features great food, amazing family friendly entertainment, live music and a ton of great deals and bargains. No wonder it is one of the most awaited summer events where one can enjoy the community spirit Oakville has to offer together with shopping and dining galore!

July 19 is also for Colours of Hope

The Canadian Cancer Society Colours of Hope on July 19 is one way to add more meaning to fun-filled summertime activities. Have a great time and support a cause by joining this event. Colours of Hope would literally add colour to your life and give your summer more depth and meaning.

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