Oakville’s Canada Day 2014: Fireworks & Celebrations

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Oakville’s Canada Day 2014: Fireworks & Celebrations
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Oakville’s Canada Day celebrations and fireworks takes place in Bronte Village with a wide variety of festivities including: Children’s activities, Food Truck, Live Entertainment, and Spectacular Fireworks.

The party gets started at 11:00 AM on July 1, 2014. This is an annual event which often attracts over 50,000 people. Public parking in Bronte Village is very limited, and many of the streets will shut down for pedestrian traffic.

However, the Bronte Village BIA has made arranges to make your ability to enjoy the day with the least amount of hassle. For those needing to park a car, the event parking is available at the RIOCAN Centre by Longos at Wyecroft & Burloak. There you can catch a shuttle to Bronte and back to your car every few minutes. There is also ample place to safely park your bike, should you decide to cycle with a Bike Corral.

For complete listing of events in Bronte for Canada Day 2014 click on the following link:
Oakville’s Canada Day Celebrations & Fireworks

Other Canada Day Celebrations & Fireworks around Oakville are:

  • Mississauga:We’re celebrating Canada’s 147th birthday in style! Global News’ Leslie Roberts and Liza Fromer host the show, kicking-off the day with the official ceremony, leading into an incredible Circo De Calle performance, Canadiana cirque acts with mile high stilt walkers, mind-blowing Mirror People, and festive face painting.
  • Burlington:Bring your national pride and explore the abundance of Canadian inspired activities and musical entertainment all day long in Spencer Smith Park. Performances on 2 stages, children’s activities throughout the day, Nickel Brook Brewing Company licensed area, Canadiana Viewing Area presented by Sobeys, Liaison College Oakville and Nickel Brook Brewing Company, plus the Scholars in Collars dog training show.
  • Milton: The largest attended one day event in Milton will provide an array of exciting activities to include fantastic live music, wide variety of entertainment, diverse food choices, arts and crafts, fun activities for all ages, and the finale featuring spectacular fireworks under the stars. Fireworks start at 10:00 PM.

What is Open & Closed for Canada Day 2014 in Oakville

Most restaurants will be open for Canada Day. Downtown Oakville is designated as a tourist destination by the province so some shops will remain open, along with restaurants, patios, and cafes. Oakville Place will be closed. Oakville’s YMCA will be open.

Town of Oakville Facilities for Canada Day

Open July 1

  • Outdoor pools
  • Oakville Museum

Closed July 1

  • Arenas
  • Community centres
  • Fire administration
  • Indoor pools
  • Libraries
  • Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Seniors’ centres
  • Town Hall
  • Youth centres

Road closures, detours and parking restrictions in Oakville for Canada Day 2014

A number of road closures, detours and parking restrictions will be in effect on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Please visit the road closures, detours and parking restrictions on July 1, 2014, public notice page for details.

Transit Service
Oakville Transit is providing Holiday Service on Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Please check the Oakville Transit Schedules page for times.

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