Red illumination, a Canadian Heritage show, and virtual fireworks are part of the 2020 Canada Day celebration.
Get involved in Seniors Week in a virtual or physical way from June 22-26, 2020 and win a summer prize pack.
Each week in June is a different activity theme for the Backyard Challenge. Submit entries online for garden art in week one, water safety in week two, sidewalk chalk fun in week three, and stargazing...
Town cancels programs and events until July 6, with two events postponed, and the market set to open on May 16 with online ordering and payment, and Saturday pick-up.
Final report on Recreation and Parks Master Plan expected in May.
Deadline for submissions to organize a soap box derby event is March 20, 2020.
Check out the Alder Recreation Centre on Family Day -- February 17.
The purpose of the plan, which will involve public consultation, is to provide the Town with long-term direction for recreation and parks services for residents, community groups, and visitors.
CLD clients will enhance their work skills and offer a larger menu at Orangeville's recreation centre concession stands.
One drowning death is too many: learn about water safety during National Drowning Prevention Month.
The Great Canadian Lumberjack Show is a new feature for Orangeville's Canada Day celebration.
Pickleball, badminton, three-on-three basketball, or yoga?
Thanks for financial support from Saputo and Humber, a new facility will open inside the Alder Recreation Centre, offering a variety of health and lifestyle programs.
Orangeville, like many other municipalities across Canada, is experiencing a shortage of lifeguards and swimming instructors.
A two-year joint park project with the Town of Orangeville and the Orangeville Lions Club officially opened on May 26.