Oakville Memories: Old & New
Judy Wedeles Remembers


What’s happening on Speers Road? (1970s & 80s) By Judy Wedeles

A Kid's Christmas in Oakville (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Oakville: Things are a changin’ (60s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Remembering Bronte (1960s) By Judy Wedeles

Backyard camping adventures a test of friendship (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Skating: A hard and painful lesson (1960s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Where’s the snow gone? (1960s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Oakville hasn't changed all that much in 25 years (60s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Oakville a refuge (60s) By Judy Wedeles

There was always something to explore in Oakville (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Lake Ontario: The old lady sure has changed (1970s) By Judy Wedeles

The night sky is still a mystery (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Our town's sounds have changed (60s on) By Judy Wedeles

Shopping with the heart (60s) By Judy Wedeles

The most magical time of the day (1960s) By Judy Wedeles

Laundry day was fun-filled adventure (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Oakville elephant was memorable sight (1960s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Looking back fondly on Oakville’s Fashion scene (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Flashbacks of memorable music classes (1960s) By Judy Wedeles

Fairs heralded beginning of summer (1960s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Soap box derby no race at all (1967) By Judy Wedeles

Tinker’s bell a dreamy sound of summer (60s on) By Judy Wedeles

June an agonizing time to be in school (1960s) By Judy Wedeles

Breathless anticipation of fireworks gone (1960s & 70s) By Judy Wedeles

Summertime, a Search for Coolness (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Memorial Park Pool Filled with Memories (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Development swallowing Oakville's rural sections (80s) By Judy Wedeles

Melting memories of days gone by (60s) By Judy Wedeles

Oakville’s lady of the dance (1960s on) By Judy Wedeles


Judy Wedeles grew up on the Third Line (west side) near Rebecca Street with her Mother, Irene, Father Herbie and 2 older brothers Chris and Peter. Her memories are a history of what life was like when she was young in the 1960's-70's as compared to the 1980's-90's when all is changing. Judy is now an English teacher at Thomas A. Blakelock High School.

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