Community Play Nights at Trafalgar Park Community Centre, News (Oakville Rangers Hockey Club)

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Community Play Nights at Trafalgar Park Community Centre
Submitted By Karen Pike on Monday, September 17, 2018
The Town of Oakville has created a fun opportunity to introduce the new Trafalgar Park Community Centre to the residents of Oakville. Community Play Nights will be running on Saturdays starting on October 20 and running through to December 15.

Cost: FREE
Date: Saturdays from 6 to 9 pm, October 20  to December 15
Location: Trafalgar Park Community Centre, 133 Rebecca Street 
Activities includes:
 :Family fitness class (6-7 pm)
 :Open gymnasium, sports equipment, and walking track (6-9 pm)
 :Recreational skate (7:30-9 pm)
 :Free skate and helmet rental will be available, if required
 :No skate November 10 & December 8

Information has been posted on the Trafalgar Park Community Centre page and will be added to Active Oakville. 

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