Movies in the Park returns this August around Oakville


Published July 26, 2022 at 3:40 pm

A rainy forecast for Wednesday night means the planned outdoor showing of Turning Red will be moved indoors at the River Oaks Community Centre. PEXELS PHOTO

Get out the blanket, get the popcorn popping and then get ready to take in some great movies outdoors.

The Town of Oakville’s Movies In the Park is set to return this August to a local park near you.

The fun, free movie nights kick off with the showing of Coco on Friday, August 19 at Glenashton Park, located at 1051 Glenashton Drive.

The entertainment gets rolling with some “interactive activities” when the parks open at 7:30 p.m., before the film starts at around 8:30 p.m. or closer to sunset.

Residents will want to make sure they get there early to ensure they get a great spot to watch the film.
This summer’s move schedule and locations include:

  • Coco on Friday, August 19 at Glenashton Park, 1051 Glenashton Drive
  • Finding Dory on Wednesday, August 24 at Trafalgar Park, 133 Rebecca Street
  • Soul on Friday, August 26 at Millbank Park, 166 Glenashton Drive
  • Zootopia on Wednesday, August 31 at Seabrook Park, 2069 Seabrook Drive
  • Inside Out on Friday, September 2 at Sixteen Hollow Park, 2140 Westoak Trails Blvd
  • Wonder on Saturday, September 10 at North Park, 3170 Neyagawa Boulevard
  • Up on Friday, September 16 at Wallace Park, 245 Reynolds Street

What to bring

  • Picnic blanket and/or lawn chairs
  • Refreshments (such as popcorn and water)
  • Bug spray

Residents are reminded that specific Movies in the Park nights may be delayed or cancelled for the night in the event of inclement weathers like rain or thunderstorms.

Parking is limited in some locations so residents may want to plan ahead. The town encourages residents to walk or bike to the movie screening in your area or take Oakville Transit.

For more details, visit Movies in the Park page on


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