Downtown Oakville celebrates the season with Autumn Harvest

The Autumn Harvest in Downtown Oakville is now on! Every Saturday from October 3-31st there is no need to leave town to experience the season, it’s all here, in Downtown Oakville. On Saturdays from 1-4 p.m. there will be hayrides, free drop in crafts, fall themed photo competition through social media, in-store activities and fall decorations throughout the downtown.

“It’s the perfect time to come downtown and experience the season,” said Sharlene Plewman, executive director Downtown Oakville BIA. “For a lot of people, including myself, autumn is their favourite season: the clothes, fall flavoured foods, the changing leaves and the time you get to spend with your family. Downtown Oakville is the perfect place to experience all of these fall favourites.”

In addition to the hayrides and drop in crafts happening in Towne Square there are also activities, workshops and special offers from participating downtown businesses:

Visit Kensington Kitchen and Bath (104 Reynolds St.) for fall and Halloween themed stories and treats every Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

image003Do you consider yourself a great sidewalk chalk artist? Stop by Tommy Bahama (216 Lakeshore Rd. E.) and show them your artistic ability for a chance to win fun prizes, plus learn about the top 10 fall must haves for your wardrobe!

To Set A Table (182 Lakeshore Rd. E.) will be hosting two workshops this October, the Henckel Knife Sharpening Clinic on Oct 10 and the To Set A Table Introduces Shun Knives of Japan to Oakville on Oct 24. Offering free sharpening, gifts with purchase and demonstrations.

Refresh your autumn look with Soleil Salon and Spa (267 Lakeshore Rd. E.)! Stop by for a free makeup consultation with Jane Iredale’s fall colours and enter to win a Rene Furturer Hair and Scalp Treatment.

The Black Forest Pastry Shop Cupcake Mile happens on Oct 24. Take part in a fabulous and fun cupcake relay where you get to enjoy a cupcake for every mile you run, continuing until all the cupcakes are done.

The Black Forest Pastry Shop Cupcake Mile is in support of the Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children. To find out more or signup stop by The Black Forest Pastry Shop for more information.

Full list of store activities and event map are available online or in Towne Square during the event.

Autumn Harvest runs every Saturday in October from 1-4 p.m. For more information, event map and activity descriptions please visit:

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