Showing posts with label Attractions in Mississauga. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Attractions in Mississauga. Show all posts

Monday, 30 June 2014


 What’s open & closed in MISSISSAUGA

What’s open

·      Squareone mall from 11:00 P.M to 06:00 P.M
·      Playdium
·      Art Gallery from noon to 4:00 P.M
·      Miway on Sunday/ Holiday
·      Go bus on Saturday

Whats closed

 LCBO and Beer stores
Government offices
  No mail delivery


What’s open & closed in TORONTO

What’s Closed on Canada Day

  LCBO and Beer stores
  Government offices
  No mail delivery

What’s open on Canada Day

  TTC will run on a holiday schedule
  GO Transit will run on a Saturday schedule
  Garbage collection
  Most malls, including Eaton Centre (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.), Vaughan Mills (10 a.m. – 7 p.m.), Square One Shopping Centre (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.) and Bramalea City Centre (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.), but Yorkdale mall is closed

Tourist sites and attractions

Author: Tram Nguyen

Stay tuned for our next LIST of THINGS TO DO IN MISSISSAUGA on CANADA DAY or weekend HERE

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Thank you for your reading! Have a wonderful long weekend!

Tags: Fun things to do in Mississauga Toronto, Whats open & closed, holiday calendar, outdoor activities Mississauga, Activities & Events Mississauga Toronto

Saturday, 28 June 2014

Mississuaga Canada Day event


Oh Canada!
July 1st is coming up! Are you ready to celebrate Canada 147th birthday? Here are few upcoming ideas that we have prepare for you for your plans on Canada Day! 

1. Mississauga Celebration Square

Celebrating Canada's Day featuring Leslie Roberts and Liza the for host show, performance by Canadian cirque acts with mile high stilt walkers, mind-blowing Mirror People, and festive face painting.

There will be numerous of food trucks and vendors serving up savoury and sweet gourmet curbside cuisine. Food vendors include Beavertails Pastry, Fidel Gastro, Frankie Fettuccine, Localista, Per Se Mobile, Pretty Sweet, Randy’s Roti, Smoke’s Poutinerie, Urban Smoke, Mike’s Dog House, cotton candy and hot dog concessions, corn roasters, a tiki drink stand, and much more… 

The main stage line-up includes performances from local bands Trouble & Daughter and Aukland, and featuring pop heart throb Tyler Shaw and JUNO Award winning R&B superstar JRDN and Canada's pop darling Alyssa Reid.
And finally countdown to an explosive fireworks finale!!  


2. The Living Arts Centre 

The Living Arts Centre will be also celebrating with indoor activities from 12pm to 4pm on July 1, 2014. There will be lots of creative activities and entertainment for kids and families. Kids love playing with several different crafts, demonstrations and musical performances. Children are invited to make Canadian flag bugs and butterflies, a moose, beaver, bear puppets and more activities. Kids can also get their faces painted and enjoy a magic show at the RBC Theatre. In addition, there will be painting, pottery and glass demonstrations run by local artists. 

3. Streetsville

In Streetsville there will be great fun for the whole family starting at 6:00pm with fireworks from 10pm with traditional celebration with clowns, face painting, balloon animals, craft tables, and carnival games.  This year’s event features a Donut Eating Contest and a contest reward the best Canada Day costume. 

Creative Common Under: Keven Jaako, 2009

 4. Port Credit Canada Day Celebration 
Port Credit celebrating 11th annual Paint the Town Red Canada Day Festival features the only parade in the city and the largest red-and-white birthday cake in the country.
Canada Day Parade starts at 11 a.m. and ends with the fireworks display in Memorial Park at 9:50 p.m.
For more information please visit their website

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