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Iroquois Ridge Community Centre

Oakville, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


A low impact alternative to running for those looking for a full-body workout. Walking poles are added to provide an intense upper body workout, utilizing more muscles and burning more calories. This program is held outdoors weather-permitting, and includes body weight conditioning exercises and a stretching component. Walking poles are provided. Age: 18+ This is a FREE program but pre-registration is required, go to to register starting August 10, 2019


Town of Oakville

The Town of Oakville’s Recreation and Culture Department supports the development of the creative and cultural community in Oakville by providing quality programs and services; enhancing community capacity; and increasing access to programs and services. There are a number of active cultural facilities owned and operated by the town, including the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, Oakville Museum and Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. There are additional town facilities that have cultural use including four community centres, four seniors’ centres and two youth centres. Oakville is a community where culture inspires, engages and thrives and all residents are engaged in meaningful, diverse and accessible recreation and cultural experiences that foster individual, family and community well-being.


Town of Oakville

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Iroquois Ridge Community Centre (IRCC)

Town Of Oakville Oakville, ON

Iroquois Ridge Community Centre is located in north east Oakville and offers activities for all ages, a competitive swimming pool, leisure pool, and water slide, a fitness centre, program rooms and gymnasia, an Older Adults Centre, an outdo...