News release

Looking for March Break Plans? We Have you Covered!

Entertainment and activities | March 9, 2023

From March 13 to 17, the City of Mississauga is offering programs and activities to keep the fun going all week long. Get the kids outdoors and keep them busy while school is out.

Be there or be (at Celebration) Square
Experience Wildlife Wonders at Mississauga Celebration Square (MCS) on March 11. This family-friendly fun includes free skating, delicious snacks from food trucks, wildlife-themed activities and a 12-foot Ursa Minor light installation that’s worthy of the gram! Learn more

Large glass bear, Ursa Minor

Drop-in Activities at Community Facilities
Enjoy swimming, skating and culture programs all week long. Due to limited space, activities are on a first come, first served basis. Arrive early to avoid disappointment! Learn more

Group of kids in swimming pool

Library Programs
Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card. Engage in entertaining performances, live shows, educational workshops and drop-in programs. Learn more

Father reading a book with his two children.

Maple Magic
Visit Bradley Museum over both weekends of March Break to enjoy a variety of maple-themed activities for all ages. Learn about the Indigenous origins of the maple harvest, experience the process of making maple syrup, indulge in pancakes with real maple syrup, enjoy crafts, games and guided tours of the site. Buy tickets

Young boy sitting in front of a plate of food, holding a warm beverage.

Catch a Live Show
Just steps away from MCS, cozy up and watch a live performance at the Living Arts Centre (LAC). Tickets are on sale for LAC performances, such as Lindsay Ell, Celtic Roots and Music of the Night: The Concert Tour.

Photo of Lindsay Ell

Support Hometown Sports
There’s nothing like supporting the home team! Cheer on the Mississauga Steelheads or Raptors 905 at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre (PFFC) over March Break. Various game times and packages available. Get tickets

The City is hosting the 49th annual Little Native Hockey League (LNHL) Hockey Tournament at PFFC. Opening ceremonies will take place on Sunday, March 12. Learn more

Hockey player cheering.

Visit a City Park or Trail
Head out for a hike with the family, fill a reusable container with your favourite hot beverage and explore Mississauga’s scenic parks and forests. When the weather allows, try skating on a natural ice rink or slide down a toboggan hill. Find parks and amenities near you at

Stay in the loop on everything happening in Mississauga this March Break by following the City on social media or online at

Parent and child standing in a snowy park near City Hall.


Media Contact:
City of Mississauga Media Relations
905-615-3200, ext. 5232
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