Thoughts & Happenings

Posted 10.20.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Mark your calendars for the 21st and 22nd of October as Sovereign House opens its doors to anyone interested about learning more about the Battle of Trafalgar and Admiral Horatio Nelson.

Everyone is welcome to join the two-day event hosted by the Bronte Historical Society that marks the 212th anniversary of the renowned Battle of Trafalgar which took place on the 21st of October 1805.

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Posted 9.14.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

The fate of the Glen Abbey Golf Course seems to have been completely decided one Monday night last month as the Oakville City council voted unanimously to name it as a heritage site in the hopes of saving the Glen Abbey Golf Course from destruction in the name of development.

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Posted 9.6.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Kerrfest this coming Friday and Saturday is sure to be a hit as the Kerr Village Business Improvement Association made the event even more exciting by adding Bill Durst and Jully Black to the lineup of performers.

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Posted 7.7.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Mark your calendars for the full day of July 9, 2017 from 10 in the morning until 4 in the afternoon for an entire day of outstanding performances from singer Mike Ford, Toopy and Binoo: Fun and Games, juggler and comedian Bob Cates, Oakville Public Library Storytimes, ROCKgarden Party, First Nations Storyteller Cheri Maracle, The Compound Urban Dance, and more. The festival venue will be at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. You may download the full list of performances for the Oakville Children’s Festival 2017 here.

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Posted 6.6.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Active and outdoorsy Oakvillians will love this post on Cycle, Walk Oakville! With weeks of fair weather ahead, it is only fitting that our Town has made summer even more enjoyable. Read on to know more about what makes cycling and walking around Oakville a lot of fun!

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Posted 5.2.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Head on to the nearest Oakville Youth Centres from May 1 to May 7, 2017, to join the various daily Youth Week activities. You have a choice of 3 Oakville Youth Centres, wherever is more convenient for you!

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Posted 4.21.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Tomorrow marks the 26th Oakville Community Centre for Peace, Ecology and Human Rights event as the Town celebrates Earth Day 2017. Oakville residents are encouraged to join and help in the Town cleanup tomorrow morning, 9 am to 11 a. The event is primarily sponsored by Oakville’s Parks and Open Space Department and hosted by the Oakville Community Centre for Peace, Ecology and Human Rights or OCCPEHR.

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Posted 4.12.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Chinese people are stereotyped as business-savvy enterprising individuals with a knack for assimilating quite easily, but things are not what they usually seem. Moving to a new Town or trying to start a new business in a new place can be very challenging without a bit of help, good thing we got a Chinese Business Event for Newcomers in Oakville scheduled on Wednesday!

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Posted 4.4.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

There is no stopping the demolition of the former OTMH (Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital) building at Reynolds Street this summer, nevertheless, the Town wants to make sure that residents are aware of how it will be carried out.

Last month, the town presented residents with what to expect at the demolition of the former OTMH to clarify any safety issues. The demolition is set to happen over a span of 12 months.

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Posted 4.3.17 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Do you know of any selfless community leader or volunteer around your area of Oakville? Now would be the time to nominate him, her, or them for the Oakville Community Spirit Awards!

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