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  • Geographic Location: Oakville
  • Decade: 2020-2029
  • #OurOakville Podcast Episode 5: #OurOakville is for Seniors
        The podcast looks to celebrate June is Seniors Month in a conversation with Heather Thompson, Manager of Age-Friendly Halton, and Ruth Sheridan, a resident and senior volunteer. Heather and Ruth share their insights towards how residents can reduce isolation and loneliness and ensure that older adults are valued throughout the ...
      The podcast looks to celebrate June is Seniors Month in a conversation ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • #OurOakville Podcast Episode 1: #OurOakville is for Belonging
        The #OurOakville Podcast hosts, Daniel Ridsdale and Nabeel Rahman, discuss the importance of building a sense of belonging. Through their roles as the town’s Community Development Specialists they share insights from their journey engaging with residents young and old. Together, they reflect on the value in building community capacity and ...
      The #OurOakville Podcast hosts, Daniel Ridsdale and Nabeel Rahman, discuss the importance ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • #OurOakville Podcast Episode 3: #OurOakville is for Indigenous Peoples
        In effort to continue dialogue, relationships, trust, and understand, the podcast invites local Indigenous community member Angela Bellegarde to share their experience of belonging in Oakville. Julian Kingston, Supervisor of the Oakville Museum, joins the conversation to learn how our community museum can improve the stories we share.
      In effort to continue dialogue, relationships, trust, and understand, the podcast invites ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • #OurOakville Podcast Episode 2: #OurOakville is for Indigenous History
        June is National Indigenous History Month. To continue the path of learning Indigenous history, the podcast welcomes special guest Darin Wybenga, Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Coordinator with the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Darin brings his wisdom and knowledge of history to bring context and understanding to the ...
      June is National Indigenous History Month. To continue the path of learning ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • #OurOakville Podcast Episode 4: #OurOakville is for Pride
        The podcast welcomes Matthew and Phi from the Positive Space Network, and Marcus Logan from the Oakville Public Library, to discuss the significance of Pride Month and the importance of community inclusion for members of the LGBTQ2S+ community. The Positive Space Network builds community and creates safer spaces for 2SLGBTQ+ ...
      The podcast welcomes Matthew and Phi from the Positive Space Network, and ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Random Thoughts on the Pandemic 2020
        At the beginning of the pandemic a simple thing like going for a walk made me realize that our lives had changed. This poem came to me during one of those walks.
      At the beginning of the pandemic a simple thing like going for ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Dance during pandemic
        "Mom, look at the sky! It's perfect for a picnic!" I shouted excitedly. My mom replied after a second of thought: "coronavirus has started spreading crazily since a week ago, we are gonna stay home and practice social distance." The pandemic has been lasting for 5 months and has changed ...
      "Mom, look at the sky! It's perfect for a picnic!" I shouted ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • The sun still sets...
        The sun still sets in all its beauty even while we're in the midst of a pandemic. Kids still play, laugh and wonder, What will tomorrow bring? Hope my children, it brings hope!
      The sun still sets in all its beauty even while we're in ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Caged in Tomato
        I was feeling a little caged in with the stay at home orders. This would be a great time to start a vegetable garden. There was excitement with getting indeterminate tomato plants. A bottomless pot was used. The bottom of the pot was cut out. A hole was dug more ...
      I was feeling a little caged in with the stay at home ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Playgrounds are Open
        Arbourview Park was finally opened after being closed for many months. It was the first day it opened. Ben and Owen were so happy!
      Arbourview Park was finally opened after being closed for many months. It ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • The masked gang
        End of July was the first day my kids and I were gonna enter a shop and buy ice cream and we wore the masks and took a selfie. It was our first day since March 13 th.😭 I actually felt sorry for them and gave in and took them. ...
      End of July was the first day my kids and I were ...
    Oakville Public Library
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