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March is Nutrition Month and the City of Oakville is celebrating by hosting a 'Healthy Recipe' contest.The 'Make Your Move Healthy Recipe' Contest is open to all residents of Oakville who are 8 yrs and older.There are 3 contest categories: Children 8 - 12 years who are asked to prepare submit a '...
03/21/2010
Oakville Library Card - Your Ticket to Unlimited Potential For Growth, Entertainment and Knowledge A library card is the last, best, free deal still available in most Canadian and American cities. In Oakville you can have an Oakville Public Library Card just by going into the library and providin...
03/21/2010
Mission Hill Family Estate in the Okanagan, British Columbia, is one of the most beautiful and fascinating wineries in the world. Anthony von Mandl started the vinyards in 1981 and today it is one of the top wineries  in the world. We spent a wonderful afternoon there last fall. Anthony has a gre...
03/21/2010
The Oakville Horticutural Society has been helping to beautify Oakville's private and public gardens since 1957.Open to all of those who have an appreciation for gardens and gardening, membership in the Oakville Horticultural Society provides the following benefits: Monthly speakers and presentat...
03/20/2010
Bronte Waterfront Condos For SaleThe Village of Bronte, a beautiful waterfront community in the southwest corner of Oakville, is home to a wonderful variety of waterfront condos. Overlooking Lake Ontario, Bronte waterfront condos provide breathtaking views and are a just a short walk to the sandy...
03/17/2010
The most commonly seen squirrel in the Oakville region is known as the Eastern Gray Squirrel. The name is somewhat misleading however, since the coat colour most often seen in Oakville and the rest of southeastern Ontario is black.  There are grayish brown variants of the the Gray Squirrel and th...
03/14/2010
Natural Oakville - Bloodroot Bloodroot is a perennial, flowering plant native to Eastern North America as far south as Florida.Bloodroot flowers in woodlands from March to May. The underground root systems, known as rhizomes, branch out and can form a large colony. The plant roots and stems conta...
03/14/2010
Natural Oakville - The Mute SwanIt may seem like the Mute Swan has been in the Oakville area for as long as humans have inhabitated the region, however this is not the case. The Mute Swan was deliberately introduced to North America in the late 1800s by newcomers who admired the birds for ornamen...
03/14/2010
Oakville, Ontario is Committed to Earth Hour 2010, Is Your Community?Global warming is the most serious issue facing every single living being on the planet today and as awareness increases, more and more communities are taking action to combat the continuing degradation of our planet's atmospher...
03/14/2010
My brother, Clayton, and his gf, Shanine are gone out of the country for a few days, so who better to call on to take care of their critters while they're away than your's truly. They started out with just Asia, the very friendly and excellent mouser cat. Asia is the kind of cat that hasn't a mea...
03/13/2010
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