News release

Spring into City of Mississauga’s Program Registration

City services | February 10, 2023

For those of us who are not winter activity enthusiasts, we anticipate the arrival of spring. According to Ontario’s beloved groundhog, Wiarton Willie, we are headed for an early spring, although Willie’s pals across the country may have conflicting reports.

To help you get thinking of warmer days, what better way than a sneak peek at the programs, classes, activities and summer camps being offered by the City of Mississauga! On Monday, February 13 at 6 a.m., you will have a chance to preview all our spring and summer programs.

Official registration opens online and in-person on Tuesday, February 21 at 6 a.m. for Mississauga residents and Monday, February 27 at 6 a.m. for non-residents. You will be able to register for spring programs, summer programs and summer camps at the same time. Those interested are encouraged to register for both seasonal programs and summer camps as early as possible as spots are in high demand and will fill up fast! Please note that during this sign-up period Library programs will only be available through June, with summer programs available for registration at a later date. Please visit Active Mississauga for more information and be sure to follow on social media.

Recreation, Culture and Library spring programs start the week of March 25. They will take place at various facilities across the city including: community centres, pools, libraries, museums and the Living Arts Centre.

The City of Mississauga offers a wide selection of programs. Swimming, summer fun camps, story time at the library and art classes are always enjoyable and in high demand. In addition, discover some hidden gems like Photography for Beginners and Outdoor Explorers for kids.

Children walking outside

Outdoor Explorers: Participate in nature hikes, tree and plant exploration, bird and insect observation and more! Explore a different theme and environmental learning piece each week through games, activities and crafts. It’s important to remember to dress for the weather as this program will be outside.

Note: Children from the ages of 3-5 years require a parent or guardian.
6-8 year old children can participate without a parent or guardian.

Female Photographer

Photography for Beginners (Age 18+, Level 1): Learn how to use the manual settings on your camera and the basics of photography. Explore lighting, framing, composition and more through creative projects. Bring your own digital camera.

Summer Camp registration opens on February 21: Camp is one of the most popular summer programs and it’s never too early to sign your children up for camp! The City offers a variety of camps for all ages, abilities and interests. Early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment or long wait lists.

Be sure to bookmark your desired programs online in advance to help complete your transaction quicker. We look forward to seeing you out and around the City this spring!


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City of Mississauga Media Relations 905-615-3200, ext. 5232 TTY: 905-896-5151