Posts Tagged ‘UOSC’

NASCAR Driver Dave Connelly Coming to Oakville

Friday, October 14th, 2011
Dave Connelly

NASCAR driver Dave Connelly

The Schneiders NASCAR Race Team and driver, Dave Connelly, will visit St. Marguerite D’Youville Catholic Elementary School Thursday, October 20, 2011 for a special “Show and Tell” – the coolest of the year! Dave Connelly and his 500-hp NASCAR stock car will be at the school from 1:00 to 2:30pm and then at the host Metro Grocery Store, located at Upper Oakville Shopping Centre from 3:00 to 7:00pm.

Dave will be there to meet you, to show his car and to enjoy the giant BBQ Fundraiser at Metro. You are all invited!

The Fuel for Kids is a fundraiser program run throughout Ontario by Dave Connelly, his team and their host, Metro, with all proceeds raised going to St. Marguerite D’Youville Catholic Elementary School. The school has been adopted, chosen as their partner and the benefactor for this year. The NASCAR team has been doing this unique fundraising tour for six years and, single-handedly, raised over $130,000 for elementary schools.

Related: Click here to view more photos of Dave Connelly.

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Local Oakville Company Makes Math and English Easy

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
Maryam Jawaid, Kubra Shaukat & Shaukat Jawaid

Maryam Jawaid, Kubra Shaukat & Shaukat Jawaid

The Academy for Mathematics and English in the Upper Oakville Shopping Mall has opened its doors and is welcoming students from preschool to Grade 12 into their top-quality tutoring and enrichment programs. Their opening special is a free skill evaluation ($150.00 value) to access your child’s strengths and weaknesses.

The results of this evaluation will then be used to create a “custom tailored” individual program for your child, allowing their tutoring system to uniquely target your child’s “skill gaps” and insuring dramatic improvement in the level of understanding of the subject.

The Academy for Mathematics and English specializes in Mathematics – K to Grade 12: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Functions, Data Management, Calculus and Vectors, English – K to Grade 8: Writing, Reading, Grammar and Vocabulary, Chemistry, Physics and Exam Preparation including High School Credits.

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Recycle your e-Waste this Weekend for Free

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Do you have unwanted electronics collecting dust or taking up space in your home or workplace? Upper Oakville Shopping Centre, in partnership with Greentec, invites you to safely and responsibly dispose of them for free on Friday September 16th, Saturday September 17th, and Sunday September 18th at Upper Oakville Shopping Centre in the parking lot near Swiss Chalet.

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Registration Opens at Oakville Academy for the Arts

Thursday, September 8th, 2011
Ballet at the Oakville Academy for the Arts

Ballet at the Oakville Academy for the Arts

The Oakville Academy for the Arts has been giving Oakville a healthy dose of fine art, dance and music for the last nine years. This fall marks registration for their award-winning preschool program, but spaces are filling up fast.

“We’re a premiere performing arts education institution that allows children and adults of all ages to pursue their passion for dance, music, and musical theatre,” Heidi McMeekan explained, director of The Oakville Academy for The Arts.

The academy offers a wide range of programs such as fine arts, dance, musical theatre, Jazzerscize and as well as their award-winning preschool program.

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Best Massage in Town at local Health & Wellness Clinic

Friday, August 12th, 2011
Pomegranate Tree in Oakville

Jackie Gane, clinic manager at the Pomegranate Tree, and Owner Claudia Feuerstake.

Located in the Upper Oakville Shopping Centre, the Pomegranate Tree first opened in September of 2010 with a holistic approach to health.

They’ve been providing their clients with Naturopathic medicine, counseling and massage therapy services in a relaxed and friendly environment.

“I wanted to create an environment and workplace that people love to come to,” said owner Claudia Feuerstake.

She’s been a practicing massage therapist for 13 years, and has now found her new home in Oakville at the Pomegranate Tree.

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