Get Ready for the Oakville Santa Claus Parade!
December 5, 2021
Santa Claus is coming to Oakville December 18th! Floats will be gathering at the Hall at 5:30pm, then the parade will begin at 6pm, traveling east on 3rd Ave. to the motel, over to 5th Ave., up to 4th St., across to 1st. Ave., then making its way back to the Hall. Keep your eye on What’s-up, Oakville? for more information.
Free Public Skating and Sticks & Pucks
November 8, 2021
Every Saturday evening, there will be free public skating from 6pm-7pm and free “sticks & pucks” time from 7pm-8:30pm. Come out and enjoy a relaxing skate around the rink or practice your stick handling.
Youth Rec Hockey Nights
October 30, 2021
Youth rec hockey will be offered in two sessions every Friday night from November 5th to December 17th. Contact Ryan Lamblez at 204-295-8759 for more information.
Community Centre/Daycare Receives Over $1,000,000 in Grants
July 23, 2021
Fundraising for the new Community Centre and Daycare received a huge boost today when the federal and provincial governments announced the Manitoba recipients of several federal and provincial infrastructure investment programs. Read more at the Government of Manitoba or Government of Canada websites, or download a PDF of the news release and background information below:
Important Information about COVID-19
The Province of Manitoba has amalgamated virus precautions and updates into a single, helpful webpage. This page contains health information, personal and business supports, and links to mental health and education tools. Please check them out HERE for the most up-to-date information.
Keeping Our Community Happy and Healthy!
In these new and strange times, it can be hard to not feel overwhelmed and isolated. Stay up-to-date with community initiatives to physically-distance but keep connected to your friends and neighbours at the “What’s-Up Oakville” Facebook page. You’ll find fun activities to set up in your yard or windows to keep neighbours smiling, catch updates about Portage la Prairie School Division/Oakville School, and see some fun town history posts.