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Christmas in Oakville 2013

This coming week marks the beginning of the Christmas Season in Oakville for 2013. It is hard to believe that an entire year has passed by so quickly. Kerr Village, Bronte Village, and Downtown Oakville all have great family friendly events to help you get started. There will be much more in the five weeks to get you in the holiday spirit. Happy Holidays.

Friday November 15, 2013

Tree Lighting Ceremony - Kerr Village 6:00 to 9:00 PM

Find Yourself in Kerr Village for an old-fashioned Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Sample holiday treats from Kerr Village restaurants as we light the evergreen at Heritage Square. From local school choirs to onstage musical performances to strolling Victorian Christmas Carollers, live entertainment will please children of all ages. Santa Claus will be on hand to take special requests.

Tree Lighting Ceremony - Downtown Oakville 5:00 to 9:00 PM

Please join us for our annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony to kick off yet another incredible holiday season! Senses will delight in this year's tree, designed by renowned local designer Ramsin Khachi of Khachi Design Group, the incredible entertainment provided by Merriam School of Music and delicious treats from our many incredible shops, cafes and restaurants! We look forward to seeing you!

Saturday November 16, 2013

Santa Claus Parade: Downtown Oakville & Kerr Village 9:30 AM

Experience the Santa Claus Parade on Kerr Village or Downtown Oakville. The theme for 2013 is "Celebrating 65 Years." Come out and celebrate the sounds of the season with local marching bands, costumed characters and mascots—rain or shine. Visit

Saturday November 23 2013

Bronte Village Tree Lighting Event from 4 to 6:30 PM.

Bring the whole family to Bronte Village for this warm and wonderful family event in the centre of Bronte Village. Enjoy tasty holiday treats from Denningers Foods of the World.Create magical memories for your little ones …..where else can you sit on Santa’s lap and then dance with Bronte’s ’real’ Santa?