Arts in Oakville
The Oakville Arts Council is a not-for-profit charitable organization that sponsors numerous arts groups and events including: the Oakville Children’s Choir, Oakville Museum, Oakville Art Society, Oakville Galleries, and the Oakville Symphony.
The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts located at 130 Navy Street, just west of Trafalgar Road, stages first class productions in comedy, dance, and music. Local as well as international artists perform here. Sheridan College runs the highly acclaimed Theatre Sheridan, where students perform cabaret-style music and theatrical productions.
The Oakville Entertainment Centrum located at 2011-2091 Winston Park Drive, is a mega-entertainment complex featuring a state-of-the-art 24 screen cinema, an 18 hole glow in the dark mini-golf course, a family fitness centre, 36 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, an interactive games centre, and a fun mix of retailers and restaurants.
The newly built 6000 square foot Harbour Lighthouse and Conference Centre situated at 2340 Ontario Street, overlooking the Bronte Harbour, features two separate banquet and meeting areas and two restaurants. The new Bronte Butterfly Park is situated just to the north of this centre.
The Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, located at 2302 Bridge Road is the Town of Oakville's newest addition to arts, culture and recreation. With over 144,000 square feet of activity space the QEPCCC is one of the largest venues of its kind in Canada. It provides the community with classes and workshops, camps and even drop-in activities, two gyms, a youth and adult centre, dance, recording, fine arts and rehearsal studios and an aquatic centre. In addition there is a gallery, museum and so much more.