Oak Park Fall Fair 2018

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Date(s) - Saturday, September 8, 2018
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm



Rain or shine

12:00:The 21st annual Oak Park Fall Fair opens! Exhibitors, inflatables, and a
Silent Auction with over hundred items! Oakville Hydro will give guests a birds’ eye view of the community from a hydro bucket truck! Free!

12:30-1:15 Get your groove on with Kids & Me Zumba, and don’t miss your chance to see Princess Moana!

1:30-2:15 Gekko from PJ Masks comes to save the day!

1:40-2:30 Musician Brendon Gomez performs!

2:30-3:15 Spiderman comes to visit!

2:45-3:45 Make some noise with Crash Rhythm!

3:30-4:15 Chase from Paw Patrol comes to play!

4:00-5:45 Prepare to be amazed by award-winning magician Scott The Magical Guy! A magic show suitable for all ages.

4:45-5:30 Enjoy the melodies of the Acorn Quartet (sponsored by the Suzuki School of Music)

5:00-5:45 Be entertained and astounded by musician and children’s entertainer Lenny Graf!

6:00-6:45 Build Awesome with Rob Gray from Creative Club!

7:15 Silent Auction closes – don’t forget to place your bids!

7:15-8:00 Singer, songwriter, and actor Mathew Edmonson will wow the crowd!

8:00/Dusk Outdoor movie begins

About OPNC

Support, Connect, Contribute

People Belong, Families are Strong, Neighbours Care, Everyone Shares

A welcoming community, supporting each other through diverse programs & resources to build friendships, strengthen our children & create healthy neighbourhoods. To relieve poverty, provide education, support, recreational & social opportunities for people of all abilities

We are a community based agency that began in 1999 with 6 women meeting together and last year served 772 individual households and 758 individual children in our programs. Our centre has been set up to be a non-institutional, barrier free space, so that it is welcoming to everyone. It is a reflection of the needs, talents and gifts of our neighbours and friends so that it is relevant to the whole community. We believe in supporting the whole community together, regardless of income level, age or background.

We support people from all over Oakville but focus on North Oakville. OPNC is a charitable organization and you will find our constitution, financial audits, annual reports, policies and board information here. Donations of any size are always welcome and tax receipts will be provided.

OPNC volunteers are the core of our organization. OPNC depends on them to offer suggestions for new programming, run programs, connect with participants, assist with fundraising, share their talents and help staff with programs and tidy up.

Members who are able to afford it are asked to contribute $50 per year to help offset expenses. When you attend your first program at OPNC, you will get a membership form which includes a section for your email address. That way you will get a monthly email update. Also connect with OPNC on Facebook.


Be sure to visit the Programs page for a complete list of programming for all ages at our centre. 2200 Sawgrass Drive, Oakville Just West of Trafalgar and above Glenashton Dr. 905-257-6029 info@opnc.ca