You can smell the apple pies in the oven and hear the crunch of leaves beneath your feet. It’s September; here’s what’s happening in Oakville this month.
September 12: 6-9pm: Jam Making 101: Ever wanted to make Jam? Longos in East Oakville, and Growing & Sharing Food in Halton are offering a free jam-making class. Spots are limited so registration is required. Call 905-338-1255 to sign up. Longos in East Oakville is located at 469 Cornwall Rd.
September 15: British Car Day presented by the Toronto Triumph Club: Bronte Creek Provincial Park hosts this annual show of British cars in its parking lot. Visitors can access the event beginning at 8am through the gates at the bend in Burloak drive. This year the event celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Triumph TR2, MGTF, and Austin Healey 100. For more information visit their website.
September 17: 5-9pm Chair’s annual Dinner. Oakville Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the 59th annual Chairman’s dinner at the Oakville Conference Centre. This year’s guests include keynote speaker the Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport. To learn more about this even, including how to register, and other contact information visit the Chamber’s website. The Oakville Conference Centre is located at 2515 Wyecroft Road.
September 20: 10am-1pm: Volunteer Fair: Wonder how you can make a difference in your local community? Come out to the Volunteer Fair at the Centre for Education and training to find out opportunities. The Centre for Education and Training is located at 171 Speeers Road, Oakville suite 20.
September 22: 1pm-4pm: Waterfront Park: Visit Waterfront Park for a chat with local Amateur Historian about Bronte Village’s roots as a fishing village. Call 905-827-2922 for more information; groups are welcome.
September 25-29: The Oakville Museum presents the Art and Life of Juliet Chisholm. Discover the art, and life of the great-granddaughter of Oakville’s founder William Chisholm. Included in the exhibition are photos, paintings, and sketches. Exhibit runs until September 29; for more information including admission fees, and museum hours visit the museum’s official website.
September 27-29: Culture Days: Oakville’s second annual celebration of Culture Days at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre for various activities. This venue will feature interactive activities such as fibre arts, dance and musical performances. For more information visit the official website
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