Family Day in Oakville

Monday February 18, 2019

Family Day events will take place at the Town of Oakville, Oakville Public Library, the Peter Gilgan Family YMCA and community partners.

A full slate of free activities and special events for all ages and abilities will be available on Monday, February 18, 2019.

Free swimming  and free skating.

The DuffleBag Theatre Company will present Peter Pan on February 18, 2019 at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.  Call the box office for tickets 905-815-2021.

Come out to cheer on the Oakville Blades as they take on the Burlington Cougars, admission is free.

Oakville transit information can be found on the Oakville transit website.

Have fun


. Ticket information follows. Wendy Darling is sad to learn that she’s growing too old to stay in the nursery any longer, and must move to the adult wing of the house. But when an adventurous young boy offers to fly her to Neverland where she can stay young forever, Wendy is catapulted into an adventure filled with magic pixies, charming pirates, and talking trees! As Peter Pan battles his arch-nemesis Captain Hook in DuffleBag Theatre’s fun version of J.M. Barrie’s beloved classic, even grown-ups will feel like kids again! Tickets for Peter Pan go on sale Friday, January 11, 2019 at 10 a.m. Call the Box Office 905-815-2021 or visit to order tickets online. General admission, all ages, tickets are $2 each. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $5 per ticket on Family Day and sold 30 minutes prior to each performance at the entrance of the Rehearsal Hall. Oakville Blades vs. Burlington Cougars Cheer on the Oakville Blades as they play the Burlington Cougars! Admission to the game is FREE, however wristbands are required and will be available starting at 9 a.m. in the Upper Concourse outside Rink 1. Maximum of five wristbands per person. First-come, first-served. General admission seating. Stay for lunch! A variety of food options will be available at select locations. Proceeds from Domino’s pizza sales go to the Town of Oakville Recreation Connection Fund, which helps families in need participate in recreation programs. Fo