If you are looking for great things for you or your kids to try this fall and winter, than look no further than our own parks, recreational and culture guides. The new books for the 2011-2012 fall and winter season are available for pick up at community centres, libraries, arena, pools and Oakville Town Hall.
Oakville boasts 3 community centers, offering a variety of sports programs, recreational activities, skating, swimming, etc. The Glen Abbey Recreational Center is located at 1415 Third Line and features a library, arena, indoor pool, squash courts and fitness programs. The Iriquois Ridge Community Centre is located at 1051 Glenashton Drive and offers a library, pool and fitness center. The River Oaks Community Center can be found at 2400 Sixth Line. It offers an arena, indoor track, squash, raquetball and fitness.
Some of the new programs offered this year include Kick Boxing for Kids, women’s hockey; Movie Trailer Making (youth program) and Kettlebell Cardio Blast for adults. Get fit and enjoy the winter with interesting programs for all ages – from martial arts to visual arts. If you like less physical or more cultural activities, try some of their other offerings – computer lessons, digital photography, art courses and more. There is also lots for moms and tots, with the pre-natal to pre-school offerings.
In addition to the community centers, Oakville has many other arenas including Joshua’s Creek, Oakville Arena, Kinoak and Maple Grove. Oakville is also home to North America’s largest soccer club – the Oakville Soccer Club. Their indoor facility offers year round soccer for kids of all ages, and is located at the corner of Pine Glen Blvd and Third Line. The newest addition to Oakville’s recreational offerings is the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex at 3070 Neyagawa Boulevard. This beautiful new facility features arenas with skating and hockey programs and 2 outdoor soccer fields.
Registration for Oakville residents begins this Saturday, August 20th. Non-residents can sign up beginning September 2nd. You can call (905) 338-4250 for more information. You can also view the recreational guide book online.