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Culture in Mississauga – Walks of Art & More at the Museums: Maple!

Entertainment and activities | March 9, 2021

The City of Mississauga is pleased to share news about cultural events taking place in Mississauga throughout March. The City’s Culture Division is offering two unique programs with many virtual events and safe, outdoor in-person activities, all in accordance with Provincial COVID guidelines.

Walks of Art (Feb. 24 – March 21)

Using the GooseChase App to guide you, the #WalksofArt series, presented by TD Canada, offers several fun and safe ways to get outside and explore animated sites in downtown Mississauga and at the Bradley Museum.

Through #WalksofArt, you can:

  • Take a self-guided tour to see more than 25 works of permanent and temporary Public Art across Mississauga, featuring emerging and renowned artists from around the world.
  • Find your inner child as you explore the wonder of winter with the Snowball Scavenger Hunt at Mississauga Celebration Square.
  • Explore a neon wildlife walk and learn how maple syrup is made by visiting the Bradley Museum grounds.
  • Walk, jump or dance your way into Mississauga Celebration Square as you discover artful installations including the market trellis light display, Walk this Way, and an immersive photo op presented by TD that will transport you to the Aurora Borealis. Although the weather is warmer, don’t forget to strike a pose at the Square’s Freeze Frame presented by Bell Canada.

Download the GooseChase App to complete missions and share your explorations throughout the #WalksofArt series for a chance to win a $100 Visa pre-paid Card!

 

More at the Museums: Maple! (March 6 – March 23)

There is much more to the Museums of Mississauga than what meets the eye and this month’s focus is on all things Maple!

  • Don’t have the time to make your own traditional maple sugar? More at the Museums: Maple! features easy downloadable recipes to make tasty treats at home.
  • Participate in virtual events offered through Webex to learn more about the eco-system that supports maple sugaring, including plants and animals.
  • Explore how Indigenous and early settlers historically made maple sugar by signing up for in-person guided tours at the Bradley Museum beginning March 20.

Northern Lightbox at Mississauga Celebration Square.
Neon Wolf at Bradley Museum.

 

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