This Victoria Day long weekend, if you're not out taking a road trip and plan to keep it local, there are many fun activities to consider in Mississauga.
Entertainment and activities | May 14, 2019
This Victoria Day long weekend, if you’re not out taking a road trip and plan to keep it local, there are many fun activities to consider in Mississauga. There is always something to do in the city, whether with friends, family or with your kids.
Run, walk or bike at one of the City’s many parks and trails. There’s a park for everyone with various amenities such as playgrounds, picnic areas, outdoor fitness equipment, leash-free zones, soccer fields and more. Search for a park at eparks.ca.
There will be plenty of library activities for kids of all ages on the Saturday (May 18). Parents can bring their child for Family Storytime, Reading Buddies (also available in French), LEGO Club and more. With May being Maker Month, there will also be a Makerspace Open House (Courtneypark Library) and a 3D Design learning session (Meadowvale Library) for all ages.
For a complete list of what’s happening at the library for May and June, visit http://ow.ly/XyTS50u574E.
All Mississauga libraries will be closed on May 19 and 20 (Victoria Day).
Swing into the weekend with a game (or two) of golf. Join us at BraeBen Golf Course in the heart of the city, or Lakeview, located just minutes from the QEW. Juniors (17 years and under) play for free when accompanied by a playing adult at BraeBen’s 9 Hole Golf Course for the month of May.
To book your tee time or learn more, visit mississauga.ca/golf.
Weekends are for relaxation, but for those who love to stay physically motivated, there are a number of drop-in activities at a community centre near you. From boot camps to aquatics and sports to yoga, there is an activity for anyone, at any age.
Find a drop-in activity at a community centre near you at activemississauga.ca.
All recreation facilities will be closed on May 20 (Victoria Day).
Iranian-Canadian artist, Sophie Sabet, brings her idea of what home is to the museum space by transforming the museum’s 1830s domestic setting into an autobiographical exhibition that deals with the complexities of her Iranian-Canadian home. I Almost Didn’t Feel You Leave runs from May 11 to June 16.
The Bradley Museum will be closed on May 20 (Victoria Day).
End your long weekend on a high note by celebrating the summer season with high flying acts, musical activities, food trucks, farmers market, kids’ activities and more on May 20 from noon to 4 p.m. Summer Kick-Off will give you a taste of what’s to come at Celebration Square this summer.