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Events in Oakville this weekend: June 23-25, 2023

There's always lots of fun things happening in Oakville
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Don't let the rain keep you home - there are still lots of great cultural events (including lots of indoor ones!) happening all over Oakville for this first weekend of the summer.

There's always lots of fun things to do in town. Oakville News has your full guide to what's going on in town. Here's our complete list of events for this weekend, June 23-25, 2023.

If you're looking for Oakville's events every weekend, you no longer have to search multiple websites; we've searched them all for you. We want you to spend your time attending an event, not searching for them.

Scattered rain and some thunderstorms are expected to continue on and off throughout the weekend, especially on Friday and Saturday. But don't worry - most events this weekend are indoors. Expect high summer heat and humidity as well, with some temperatures reaching +34.

Oakville Events: June 23, 24 & 25

Friday, June 23, 2023

Weather forecast:

Daytime: Cloudy with showers, +22 (feels like +25), 40% chance of precipitation 

Evening: Light rain, +21 (feels like +24), 80% chance of precipitation 

Wind speed: 10 km/h, northeast


  • OFFA: Polarized: Part of the 2023 Oakville Film Festival. Gala screening of the film Polarized at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. (Read more here.)
  • Great Big Rock: Great Big Sea tribute band. Live concert at the Moonshine Cafe. (Read more here.)
  • Elemental: New family animated blockbuster film from Pixar studios, now playing in local theatres. (Read more here.)
Saturday, June 24, 2023

Weather forecast:

Daytime: Possible thunderstorms, +25 (feels like +32), 50% chance of precipitation 

Evening: Mainly sunny, +23 (feels like +28), 30% chance of precipitation 

Wind speed: 10 km/h, southwest


  • Civitan Farmers Market: Oakville’s longest running farmer’s market. All proceeds earned by the market stall rentals are donated to local Oakville charities. (Read more here.)
  • 10th Annual Oakville Film Festival: Film screenings, Q&As and meet and greets with filmmakers, featuring movies from local talent and around the world. Several shows throughout the day. (Read more here.)
  • Conservation Day: Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre and Oakvillegreen Conservation Association are teaming up to celebrate Pollinator Week and engage the community in eco-learning and action. (Read more here.)
  • Harvest of Songs: Live concert at the Moonshine Cafe, featuring the music of Neil Young's famous album Harvest(Read more here.)
  • Bucket Drumming Workshops: Children's and family music activities with Bandology at Bronte Waterfront Park. Free and no pre-registration! (Read more here.)
Sunday, June 25, 2023

Weather forecast:

Daytime: Mix of sun and clouds, +27 (feels like +34), 30% chance of precipitation 

Night: Cloudy with showers, +24 (feels like +30), 60% chance of precipitation 

Wind speed: 7 km/h, southeast


  • 10th Annual Oakville Film Festival: Film screenings, Q&As and meet and greets with filmmakers, featuring movies from local talent and around the world. Several shows throughout the day. (Read more here.)
  • Strawberry Tea: Family picnic at Sovereign House. Fundraiser for the Bronte Historical Society. (Read more here.)
  • Blue Devils vs. NDC: Soccer game. Catch Oakville's League1 men's soccer team take on NDC FC. (Read more here.)
  • Oakville Improv: Live monthly comedy show at the Moonshine Cafe. This month's show features local comedian and star Gary Pearson. (Read more here.)

Looking for more information about one of this weekend's events? Full details, including locations, addresses, event times and prices, can all be found by clicking "Read more here" next to each listing.

Have an event that isn't listed? Please let us know. We'd love to include your event in our weekly listings of Oakville events so thousands of readers can find out what's going on.

Non-profits list their events for free, and there is a cost for corporations of $25 per event per day.


With the muted but consistent presence of COVID-19 in the community, please remember to be safe and follow safety instructions when going out. While masks are no longer required in most places, it's still a welcome precaution for better protection in populated areas and places.