Entertainment and activities | September 12, 2016
On Thursday, September 15, the City of Mississauga will transform the northeast corner of the Hurontario and Dundas intersection into a temporary community gathering space. The ‘pop-up park’ will feature food, games, entertainment, and some greenery. Residents are invited to visit, experience, and enjoy the space.
This space will be available for one day only. It is part of the ‘Living Lab’, a series of temporary public spaces that will experiment with new kinds of city spaces. Living Lab activities are based on feedback the City received earlier this year through Dundas Connects, the City’s project to deliver a Master Plan for the Dundas Corridor. The Living Lab aims to give residents more opportunities for recreation and programming.
Find out more about Dundas Connects and other upcoming Living Lab initiatives at dundasconnects.ca.
Living Lab: People Space Activation
Hurontario and Dundas Intersection
Thursday, September 15
12 to 8 p.m.
Communications Advisor (A)
905-615-3200 ext. 5934