Oakville Retirement Homes

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The main promoter of Oakville City's arts and culture scene is the Oakville Arts Council. This not-for-profit Council is a charitable umbrella organization which represents the numerous creative and artistic members of the arts community of Oakville. It also publishes Arts About Town, the only magazine which is only committed to local artists and arts matters. The city of Oakville is home to lots of studios, exhibits and art galleries. The Gallery at Sheridan Institute is popular as a creative centre within Oakville City. Anyone is invited to walk from gallery to gallery within downtown Oakville or drive the streets to visit artisans' studios. There are also wood, pottery, sculpture, glass, prints and paintings available for visitors. The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts houses numerous performances by native and international artists. It is likewise the main venue for the Oakville Ballet Company and the Oakville Symphony Orchestra. The Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate interprets and preserves the town's history through the home of the Chisolms, the founding family. Tourists could also enjoy a walking tour of the estate grounds and gardens with a view of the Oakville Harbour.

Oakville's main attractions include the Bronte Sovereign House, Bronte Provincial Park, Burlington Museums, Conservation Halton, Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, Heritage Canada, Oakville Centre, Oakville Galleries, Oakville Historical Society, and the Ontario Heritage Foundation. Conservation Halton is a community-based environmental agency which manages, protects and restores the natural resources in its watershed. The Museums of Mississauga shows the past at the Bradley Museum. It reflects daily life during the 1830s, and at Benares Historic House that captures life within Mississauga during the early twentieth century. Oakville Historical Society discovers, preserves, and promotes the historical heritage of Oakville Ontario for more than 55 years.

Oakville's Economic Development Strategy recently received an award, the EDAC/RBC Financial Group Economic Development Achievement of the Year award, from the Economic Developers Association of Canada. The economic strategy of the city has been focused on achieving three goals: attract knowledge-based businesses in the advanced manufacturing, life sciences and professional services sectors; explore international business opportunities; and respond to the need of the business community to foster business expansion and retention.



Oakville Retirement Residence


905-815-0862
1056 Queens Avenue
Oakville, Ontario http://oakvilleretirementhomes.ca



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The main promoter of Oakville City's arts and culture scene is the Oakville Arts Council. This not-for-profit Council is a charitable umbrella organization which represents the numerous creative and artistic members of the arts community of Oakville. It also publishes Arts About Town, the only magazine which is only committed to local artists and arts matters. The city of Oakville is home to lots of studios, exhibits and art galleries. The Gallery at Sheridan Institute is popular as a creative centre within Oakville City. Anyone is invited to walk from gallery to gallery within downtown Oakville or drive the streets to visit artisans' studios. There are also wood, pottery, sculpture, glass, prints and paintings available for visitors...
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