Mar 10, 2009
The City of Mississauga offers a wide
selection of activities for the whole family to enjoy this March Break. In addition to the
camps and programs available through our recreational facilities, visit the Bradley Museum and
take in the sites and smells of the Maple Magic Festival starting March 14 or experience the
City's cultural heritage by taking a walk through Port Credit, Streetsville or
"Step back into the
19th century and visit the Bradley Museum where Residents and visitors of
Mississauga can experience the magical process of transforming sap to maple syrup at the City's
own Maple Magic Festival," said Kelly Kubik, community program supervisor, Museums of
Mississauga. "Enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides, pancakes, guided tours and
"The City of Mississauga has over 6,600
acres of open space and 224 kilometres of trail including 501 parks, 25 indoor and 3 artificial
outdoor ice pads," said Stuart Young, manager of Parks Operations, North East District for
the City of Mississauga. "Most of these spaces can accommodate a number of winter
activities like tobogganing, ice skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Whether it's in the summer
or winter, Mississauga offers its residents a variety of choices to continue living a healthy
lifestyle all year round. "
The City of Mississauga was recognized by
WinterLights Celebrations with an award this past February for its wide range of winter
activities. In addition, the City received special recognition for Preservation of
For information on City events and programs
occurring during March Break visit www.mississauga.ca.
Mississauga is Canada's sixth largest city with a
population of more than 700,000. With well-established infrastructure and state-of-the-art
facilities, the City is considered to be an employer of choice, delivering quality municipal
programs and services to its citizens. Mississauga is a dynamic, diverse and progressive
municipality, known for its economic strength and for being Canada's safest city.
Public Affairs Consultant