What’s open and closed on Thanksgiving Day in Oakville

By Gene Pereira

Posted on October 8, 2021 at 11:45 a.m.

Thanksgiving is a time to come together with family and friends and give thanks for the fortunes we are all blessed with.

It’s also time to stuff our face with turkey and all the garnishes and top it off with a tasty piece of pumpkin pie.

This means that some businesses and services will be closed in Oakville to commemorate the holiday. The COVID-19 pandemic can also result in the closure of places that would normally be open.

Here’s a look at what’s open and what’s closed on Thanksgiving Monday:

OPEN

  • Some restaurants, but call ahead to be sure
  • A few small grocery stores, including Rabba, but call ahead to be sure
  • Most Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacies
  • ServiceOakville’s online services will be available for submitting requests. To report urgent problems related to traffic lights and signs, roads, trees or storms, call 905-845-6601 to be connected to the after-hours service of the City.

FIRM:

  • Most major Oakville malls will be closed Monday for Thanksgiving Day.
  • Most major grocery stores
  • No courier delivery
  • Banks
  • LCBO (some LCBO convenience stores may be open, so call ahead)
  • The beer store
  • Garbage and recycling will be picked up one day later

Closures of municipal facilities this weekend include:

Monday, October 11

  • Arenas
  • Community centers
  • Parking lot located at 300 Church Street
  • Swimming pools
  • Town hall

Closed Sunday October 10 and Monday October 11

Closed on Saturday October 9; Sunday October 10 and Monday October 11

  • Oakville Performing Arts Center
  • Sir John Colborne Recreation Center for Seniors

TRANSIT SERVICE – Oakville Transit will operate during holiday hours on Mondays with service provided from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

PARKS – For more information on park facilities and locations, please visit our Parks, Trails and Gardens page.

PARKING AROUND PARKS: No parking signs and increased fines will be put up around popular parks to help reduce overcrowding, traffic jams and illegal parking in these areas, which can impact safety neighborhood and emergency service vehicle access. For more information, visit the City of Oakville Street Parking page.

A reminder that in accordance with provincial requirements, the City of Oakville has set up a proof of vaccination program in City facilities.

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