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Summertime Fun In Oakville And Milton

Blog by Joette Fielding | July 2nd, 2014

Summertime Fun In Oakville And MiltonJuly is a busy month for most families, with sporting events, family get-togethers, vacations and backyard BBQ’s taking up most weekends. But if you find yourself with a spare evening or weekend, here are some upcoming events in Oakville and Milton that you might not want to miss!

Summer Days Performance Series: July 9
Due to popular demand, it’s back for a second year! This free series of entertainment for the whole family will showcase the best that Milton has to offer in music, dance, theatre and more. Performances will take place every Wednesday in July from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. on the stage in front of Milton Town Hall. For a detailed list of per­formers, visit www.artsmilton.com.

Tri-FUN Kids’ Triathlons: July 13
Enjoy a race day full of fun for kids aged 3-13. This is a great opportunity for kids to get active, gain confidence and - most of all - have fun! There will be a Family Fun Zone, goodie bags and much more. Register at www.trifunkids.com. The event will take place at Ernest C. Drury School.

Midnight Madness: July 18
Midnight Madness in Downtown Oakville is Oakville’s largest retail event of the year! Featur­ing food, live music, entertainment and lots of community spirit, there will be over six blocks of family friendly entertainment and incredible deals available right through to midnight. Shop, dine and enjoy all that downtown Oakville has to offer.

Colours of Hope 5K: July 19

This is your chance to join the fight against cancer and add a splash of colour to your life with the Canadian Cancer Society Colours of Hope 5K Halton in Milton. Come dressed in white and leave covered head to toe in bright, hopeful colours! This is a fun, friendly, non-competitive event, open to all ages.

National Parks Day in Canada: July 19

Celebrate parks at Bronte Creek Provincial Park! Nestled in between Oakville and Burling­ton, beautiful Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a nature lovers’ oasis. The park features more than 10 kilometres of multi-purpose trails, 11 picnic shelters, a turn-of-the-century living history museum (Spruce Lane Farmhouse), nature cen­tre, 144 electric service campsites, a children’s play barn, a 1.8-acre pool, an Olympic size skat­ing rink and a farm.

Ghost Walk at Spruce Lane: August 3

Everyone wants to know if the old house at Bronte Creek Provincial Park is haunted. The paranormal experts have weighed in and staff members will tell their stories, as well as a few of their own! Call 905-827-6911 ext. 231 to reserve your spot at this spooky event.


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