Events in Oakville

Oakville Children’s Festival

Saturday, August 17, 2019
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Oakville Children’s Festival – Saturday, August 17, 2019

Treehouse TV royalty and five-time Juno Award nominees Splash’N Boots will headline the 2019 Oakville Children’s Festival on Saturday, August 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds of Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre(QEPCCC). Families can expect to dance and sing along to hits like Tilly the Tadpole, Who Put the Beat in my Shoes and Antelopes Love Cantaloupes.

Juno Award-winning singer-songwriter Norman Foote will also hit the stage with his unique blend of music that has been entertaining crowds for almost 30 years.

The sun and smiles were both shining at last year’s Oakville Children’s Festival. Visit our Facebook page to see photos from the event!

Fun for all ages and abilities!

Visitors will enjoy fun hands-on activities and interactive shows including Fire Safety Zone, City Parent Scavenger Hunt, Friends of Oakville Public Library Book Sale, art and building workshops, seedling plantings, dance groups, recreation, sports and science activities, face painting, free indoor swimming, and more.

Festival Tips

  • Ride your bike! Free bike parking corral on site.
  • Bring sunscreen, a blanket and refillable water bottle for use at our free water stations.
  • Check out our indoor cooling stations and take a break from the sun.
  • Pack a picnic lunch and snacks or purchase food on site. ATM available on site.
  • Take a photo of your child with the Halton Regional Police Service Cruiser when you arrive.
  • Bring your swimsuit and enjoy free swims in the QEP pool. Capacity restrictions apply and wristbands are required. First-come, first-served at the pool starting at 9:30 a.m.
  • We are committed to providing smoke-free outdoor spaces where kids play.
  • We encourage visitors to leave pets at home.
  • There is no parking on site. On-street parking is extremely limited.
  • Please allow access for emergency vehicles and take the free shuttle from Bronte GO.

To get involved in this year’s festival or for general inquiries, please visit oakville.ca.


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