Entertainment and activities | October 3, 2019
There may be “no such thing as a free lunch,” but Mississauga residents can take advantage of free stuff the City offers all year round.
Get fit and enjoy the great outdoors at one of the City’s 31 parks that have outdoor fitness equipment. There is something for every fitness level including circuits, clusters and benches and/or walking loops, complete with instructions on their use – and no gym fee!
Try learning a new language online with Mango languages. Use your free library card to take courses in software, design, business and more with Lynda.com. Or learn something new from the one million books, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, movies, comics and video games available for free at the library!
Use your library card to borrow a free PAMA Family Pass or Conservation Parks Pass from your local library. These passes allow you to visit Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) parks and Credit Valley Conservation’s (CVC) conservation areas for the loan period.
From starting your own business to doing business with government, the City’s Economic Development Office offers free programs and seminars to help you start or grow your business. The free Digital Main Street program offers a Digital Service Squad to help local businesses improve their digital capabilities.
Mississauga’s Fire and Emergency Services offers free Fire Safety Public Education Programs for owners, operators and residents of high and mid-rise buildings.
Wireless Mississauga is the City’s free public use Wi-Fi network. Free Wi-Fi is currently accessible in 95 City facilities at over 70 locations across Mississauga and the system continues to expand.
The City offers plenty of volunteer opportunities. Whether you are a high school student looking to complete your volunteer hour requirements or a resident who’d like to give back to the community, there is something for everyone who has time to spare.