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Bronte’s Lake Walk: an Evening of Music, Food, Dance, & Culture

Join us on Thursday, June 2nd in southwest Oakville’s beautiful Bronte Village at Bronte Rd. and Lakeshore Rd. West to experience Bronte’s Lake Walk of the series which takes place on the 1st Thursday of every month ...

Oakville’s Canada Day 2015: Entertainment to Fireworks

Canada Day is always a great time to be in Oakville, and in particular Bronte Village which is pulling out all the stops to ensure that your Canada Day will be filled with great memories. 

Oakville: June 23 to 25, 2017, Chef at a grill making ribs

What’s going on at Oakville’s Ribfest 2015: Eats and Entertainment

The Co-operators Oakville Family Ribfest has something for everyone to do! Ribs, cold beer and live music are complemented by hours of fun for kids in the PlayZone and lots of great shopping in the ...

Kerr-Fest Map 2014

Kerr-Fest: Kerr Village’s Street Festival

Kerrfest has something for everyone! From noon to 10:00 PM on Saturday September 6th explore all that Kerr Village has to offer while enjoying great food, live music, a beer garden in Wedgewood Park, and ...

Events in Oakville: August 9, 2013

Events: Oakville Jazz Festival

Events in Oakville: June 29, 2013

Events: Canada Day Long-Weekend

Events in Oakville: June 8, 2013

Events – Downtown Oakville Sidewalk Sale

Chelster Hall Community Festival

It has been nearly one year since the Chelster Hall Garden Party made news as the Oakville social event of the summer. And now, the Oakville Chamber Orchestra is thrilled to invite the residents to ...

Oakville Today: April 1, 2013

Weather With a high hitting plus 20, sunshine and no humidity – just a perfect day in Oakville. April Fools! About the only nice thing that can be said about today’s weather is that we’ll see ...

Oakville Today: March 21, 2013

Weather Sun & Snow – yes we are still going to see some scatter flurries today with a high of plus one. With the wind coming out of the West, snow accumulation should be little ...

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