Residents celebrate Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and Library 10th anniversary!

Saturday, December 10, 2011 – for immediate release

Residents celebrate Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and Library 10th anniversary!

Oakville celebrated a decade of recreation and culture at the Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and Library 10th Anniversary Celebration today. Hundreds of residents took advantage of the free or “retro-priced” programming that happened throughout the day.

“Oakville residents are active people who make the most of all the programs and services our community centres and libraries provide,” said Mayor Rob Burton. “The turnout at today’s celebration shows just how much this facility means to the community.”

There were a number of activities for the entire family including story time, seasonal celebrations, face painting and crafts, line dancing and Wii gaming. There was also a chance to swim for only $3, or for those who donated to the Oakville Fareshare Foodbank, admittance was free.

A special cake-cutting ceremony took place at 12:30 p.m. where Mayor Burton and other Members of Council served birthday cake to celebrate the centre’s 10 years in the community.

Since 2001, the Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and Library has opened its doors to thousands of residents. With a full range of programs and services, there is something for everyone.

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Media contact

Janine Ivings
Senior Communications Advisor
Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 3005
jivings@oakville.ca


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