Truth and Reconciliation Day
On September 30th, Canada observes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It’s a time to honour and celebrate Indigenous cultures, reflect on past atrocities and commit to learning and understanding. Together let’s say ‘Niin indaakemaaga‘ in Ojibwe as a sign of friendship and unity on this journey.
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And now for a list of Fun Events In & Around Oakville this Weekend!
Friday Sept 29th
Spooktacular Light Show @ Milton, ON
Experience a thrilling 2 km drive-through adventure through a realm of eerie enchantment wonders, with stunning 2D and 3D displays, perfectly synced musical lights, and haunting melodies
7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
10232 Fourth Line
Nassagaweya, Milton, ON
Fall Exhibitions Opening Reception @ Oakville Galleries
Featuring Leisure: Meredith Carruthers and Susannah Wesley and Eviction Notice: Elif Saydam. Curator Theresa Wang and Artist Elif Saydam will be in attendance. Refreshments and reception remarks will be held in Gairloch Gardens.
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
1306 Lakeshore Road East
Saturday September 30th
Dog Guides Open House @ Lions Foundation
Learn more about Guide Dogs, there will be 7 demonstrations their various programs. Find out about volunteering and fostering.
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
152 Wilson Street
Sweet Grass Collective Mural @ Glen Abbey Community Centre
The public are invited to contribute to a mural facilitated by Nadine Chantal Leclerc and Star Nahwegahbo.
The mural contains pre-filled graphics that feature information related to the Orange Shirt Project and ten Calls-to-Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
1415 Third Line
Paddling in Paradise @ Royal Botanical Gardens
Led by experienced and knowledgeable canoe guides, you’ll enjoy a few hours on the water learning about the history of Cootes Paradise introducing you to the wonders of exploring the natural world by canoe. These programs will explore Cootes Paradise by canoe to get a glimpse of the astounding life that depends on the health of the marsh for its survival.
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
At the Arboretum
16 Old Guelph Road
The Walk Home @ Spencer Smith Park
Led by WhiteEagle and Amber Kakiishiway to honour the ones that never made it home. Wear your orange shirt and moccasins.
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
1400 Lakeshore Road
Hamilton Tiger Cats @ Tim Hortons Field
Hamilton is coming off a disappointing loss on the road to the Toronto Argonauts, but will bounce back strongly at home with a victory over Calgary on Saturday
64 Melrose Avenue North
Lacey Hill @ Oakville Centre
Tickets for this performance are complimentary.
Lacey Hill is Oneida/Mohawk of Six Nations, Wolf Clan. She is a singer/songwriter and inspirational speaker. Lacey went solo launching her debut album titled 528, independently. Her sophomore album 528 Volume II M has taken Lacey across Canada and onto international stages. Featuring guest artists Manitou Mkwa, James N. Wilson, and Mimi Obosowin
AEG Liebherr Auditorium
130 Navy Street
Sunday October 1st
Applefest Fall Fair @ Ireland House Museum
The day will be filled with family entertainment on the main stage with shows from BarryO Kidshow, Wild Ontario, and CRASH Rhythm. The event will also include an Apple Scavenger Hunt, vendor market, food truck, historic demonstrations, and tours of the historic Ireland House Museum.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
2168 Guelph Line
Fall Festival @ Brantwood Farms
Join the fun on the farm! Celebrate the fall season season with a visit to the corn maze, wagon ride and pumpkin patch! With over 20 activities to explore there is something for everyone at Fall Festival.
10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
251 Powerline Road
Bruce Trail Day @ City View Park
Celebrate belonging with the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club. There will be a number of guided hikes leaving throughout the day. Activities for children will include blaze painting, a children’s hike badge, a self guided scavenger hunt, colouring sheets, apples and cookies
2500 Kerns Road
10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For Sale In Milton
I just listed a stylish all done up 3 bedroom, 2 plus 1 bath End Unit Townhome located at 123 Aird in Milton. Click on the address to go to the website. It’s all done up including a new kitchen, pot lights, smooth ceiling, designer light fixtures, and laundry on the 2nd floor. Click on the link find out about it.
For Lease in Oakville and Etobicoke
702 at One Eleven Forsythe doesn’t come up often. This Luxury Lease in one of Oakville’s most exclusive Condo Buildings is located in Old Oakville. It has a stunning view of the mouth of the Sixteen Mile Creek and Lake Ontario. Walk to boutique shops, restaurants, Tannery Promenade and everything that living downtown Oakville has to offer. 702-111 Forsythe Street, Oakville
Unit 6, 2 Bradbrook Road in Etobicoke is conveniently located off Islington north of The Queensway. This upscale newly renovated town home is perfect for young professionals commuting to downtown Toronto or working from home. 6-2 Bradbrook Road, Etobicoke.
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