Canada

Mississauga, Ontario

A- Overview:
Formed in 1974, Mississauga is now recognized as one of Canada’s largest and fastest growing cities with a population of over 600,000 representing cultures from around the world. It is located on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Mississauga is home to Lester B. Pearson International Airport and the greatest concentration of major highways in the country, all of which position Mississauga to serve local, national and international markets and travelers. Local public transit is linked to Toronto and other neighboring cities, offering a comprehensive network of bus, subway and commuter train routes.

Recognized for being one of the safest cities in Canada, Mississauga is a major focal point for commercial activity, rich in arts, cultural facilities, parks, entertainment, nightlife and world class sport and recreational facilities for all interests that attract residents and visitors alike. Full of tremendous shopping opportunities and home to Square One, Ontario’s largest mall, Mississauga is the place to shop till you drop.

Explore quaint historic villages, visit the bustling waterfront, or be inspired by Mississauga’s world-class art and theatre at the Living Arts Centre. Visit the Rhododendron Gardens, which feature beautiful hybrid rhododendrons along with other acid loving woodland and mountain plants that are in bloom from mid-May through mid-June.

You’ll want to make sure the peace memorial is on your itinerary when you visit Mississauga. It’s situated just east of the Central Library beside the Civic Centre and in front of the Civic Square. This unique memorial is 36 metres long with a 27 metre long waterfall flowing over the inscription “In Memory Of Those Who Gave Their Lives For Freedom”. It was unveiled in 1992 and honours all those in Mississauga who fought to keep Canada free. One can appreciate the memorial day or night, because it is illuminated year-round by lighting that comes on at dusk.

For a change of pace and a bit of activity, stop by the Skatepark on Matheson Boulevard. Whether a participant or observer, the skateboarders at Skatepark are sure to keep you entertained. Skateboarders can be found practicing their street tricks on ¼ pipes, banks, ledges, rails, transitions and even a bowl. Whether you choose an activity-packed weekend or a relaxing getaway, your stay will be memorable.

From stunning architecture and museums to lakefront parks and vibrant ethnic neighborhoods, Mississauga keeps visitors coming back again and again.

B- City Information:
Population: 624,000

Elevation: 556 feet above sea level

Time Zone: Eastern Time Zone and observes Daylight Savings Time from April – October. When it’s 12pm in Mississauga, it’s 12pm in New York City.

Weather:

Month
Average high
Average low
Warmest ever
Coldest ever
Average dew point
Average precipitation

JAN.
28
15
59
-24
16
1.9

FEB.
29
15
59
-17
16
1.8

MARCH
39
24
75
-9
24
2.3

APRIL
52
35
88
12
33
2.6

MAY
65
45
90
27
44
2.6

JUNE
73
54
97
36
52
2.6

JULY
79
60
99
45
58
2.8

AUG.
77
58
96
36
58
3.2

SEP.
68
50
92
28
51
2.8

OCT.
56
39
81
15
40
2.5

NOV.
44
31
72
5
32
2.6

DEC.
33
20
68
-17
22
2.4

Local Seasons:

Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, this Canadian city offers four distinct seasons. Due to the proximity to the Lake as well as the warmer weather, summers tend to be the busiest time. With daytime temperatures reaching right around 80 F and the evenings dropping near 60 F, it’s the perfect time to enjoy many of the numerous outdoor activities available. Spring brings a rebirth as Mother Nature’s finest bursts onto the scene. As the temperatures begin to warm, the visitor is welcomed by the beauty of a widening range of colors throughout the area. Fall is even more vibrant as the leaves turn to a multitude of oranges, yellows, browns, and everything in between. With the daytime temperatures still near 60 F during this time, and with the colors abounding, it’s a perfect time to enjoy a stroll through any of the city’s numerous parks, and possibly a quiet lunch at one of the great restaurants located in and around the city. The winters tend to be cold, with a fair amount of snow. A nice warm drink by a roaring fire while snowflakes fall is a perfect way to end a day. Whatever the season, this lakeside city has something for everyone.

Location: Mississauga is bounded by Oakville and Milton to the west, Brampton to the north, Toronto to the east, and Lake Ontario to the south. The city is located at 43 35′ N, 79 37′ W.

Getting There:

By Car

Major highways include Highway 401 (the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway, connecting Windsor-Detroit to Quebec), Highway 403 (to Hamilton), Highway 407 (toll route across the north end of the city), Highway 410 (to Brampton), and the Queen Elizabeth Way (to Niagara Falls and Buffalo)

By Train

GO Transit

45 Thomas St

Mississauga ON

416 869-3200 or toll free 1 888 438-6646

Mississauga is on three major railways, which lead into Toronto; the GO Transit commuter rail service provides service to Toronto’s Union Station double-decked, green and white, and the cars are shaped like elongated hexagons.

By Plane:

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

3111 Convair Drive

Mississauga, Ontario L5P 1B2

416 776-3344

Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s largest and busiest airport, accounting for one-third of all air traffic in Canada. It is a hub for Air Canada and provides flights to all regional, national, and international destinations

Getting Around:

By Bus

GO Bus

Clarkson GO Terminal

1110 Southdown Road

Mississauga ON
416-869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646

Call for fare and route information

The Greater Toronto Area’s GO Transit service also provides an extensive intercity bus service, which connects Mississauga to downtown Toronto and neighbouring suburbs. GO Buses are not double-decked, but they are also characterized by a green and white colour scheme. Most GO Buses are coaches. GO Bus connects to the TTC Subway.

By Subway

TTC (Toronto Transit Commission)

416-393-INFO (4636) 24 hours daily for information
Hours of operation: Weekday & Saturday service approximately 6:00am – 1:30am; Sunday service approximately 9:00am – 1:30am; Holiday start times vary.

For all transit needs from TTC:

905-615-INFO (4636)
Call for information about schedules, fares, routes, and service
Hours: Weekdays: 6:30 am to 9:00 pm; Weekends/Holidays: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

National Holidays

Jan. 1 – New Year’s Day
March or April varies – Good Friday
March or April varies – Easter Monday
May Third Monday – Victoria Day
July 1 – Canada Day
August First Monday – Civic Holiday
September 1st Monday – Labor Day
October 2nd Monday – Thanksgiving Day
November 11 – Remembrance Day
December 25 – Christmas Day
December 26 – Boxing Day

C- Attractions/Things To Do:
Benares Historic House

1507 Clarkson Road North

Mississauga, ON L5J-2W8

905-822-1569

Hours: Open Sundays 1-5pm year round for guided tours. Summer Hours: July & August – Wednesday to Sunday 1-5pm

Admission Charged

Step back into the year 1918 and experience this Georgian style home, filled with original family possessions. This exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families.

Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Rd

Mississauga, ON L5J-4T2

905-822-1569

Hours: Open Sundays 1-5pm year round for guided tours. Summer Hours: July & August – Wednesday to Sunday 1-5pm

Admission Charged

In 1830, Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley built this small saltbox style farmhouse for their family, which included seven children. It has been lovingly restored to reveal the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario. Also on the grounds is The Anchorage, an Ontario Regency style cottage which served as the retirement home of John Skynner, a Royal Navy officer. The house was originally located on the shores of Lake Ontario and was moved to the Bradley Museum grounds in the mid 1970s. It houses changing exhibits and has a Sunday afternoon tea room.

Civic Centre

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm, Tours offered Mon – Fri at 10am and 2pm

905-896-5054

Come for a tour of the Mississauga Civic Centre; a multi-function facility for both government and community use in the heart of downtown Mississauga. Enjoy a state-of-the-art presentation about Mississauga’s past, present and future. View the panorama from the Clock Tower. Visit the Council Chamber to see the Legend of the Bear and the Seven Hunters, and witness where City Council debates the issues that affect the community. Take a walk through the Mayor’s Office and, after the tour, have refreshments in the Tower Garden Cafe, wander leisurely through the Art Gallery or visit the Sports Hall of Fame.

Sports Hall of Fame

Civic Centre – 4th Floor

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

905-896-5054

Call for hours

The Sports Hall of Fame officially opened in 1992, and recognizes the success of local athletes, coaches, managers and others in their pursuit of sporting excellence.

Civic Centre – 1st floor

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

905-896-5054

Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30am–4:30pm

Call for additional information

Admission Free

Located on the south side of the Great Hall in the Civic Centre, the Conservatory is designed to be a restful indoor garden area. Various trees, plants and seasonal flowers, displayed among tropical plants surrounding six columns, make it a unique location to relax with a good book. The Conservatory contains the cornerstone of the Civic Centre, laid in the east corner in 1985.

The Conservatory

Civic Square

Civic Centre

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

On the exterior south side of the Mississauga Civic Centre is Civic Square, comprised of gardens and public activity areas. The Square has a reflecting pool which becomes an ice rink in winter, and an amphitheatre which serves as a venue for a variety of musical and theatrical performances. The Civic Square is also the location of the City’s annual Canada Day celebration, which is attended by thousands of people each year.

To the west of the Civic Square is an “English Walled Garden” based on the post modern architecture of the Civic Centre. In 2002, it was formally named The Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Garden in commemoration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 50th Anniversary of Her accession to The Throne. At the south-west corner, a daycare centre, administered by Sheridan College’s Early Childhood Education program, offers daycare services to the public.

Central Library

301 Burnhamthorpe Road West
Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3

905-615-3500

Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 9pm; Saturday 9am – 5pm; Sunday (year round) 1 – 5pm

Admission Free

The Central Library of the Mississauga Library System is located beside the Civic Centre and in front of the Civic Square. It has five floors divided by subject departments. The Central Library opened in 1991 and is one of the busiest libraries in Canada. Immediately east of the Central Library, on the north side of Burnhamthorpe Road, you’ll find the City’s peace memorial, unveiled in October 1992 to honour all those in Mississauga who fought to keep Canada free. This unique 36-metre-long memorial with a 27-metre-long waterfall flowing over the inscription “In Memory Of Those Who Gave Their Lives For Freedom”, features year-round lighting that comes on at dusk.

Skatepark

706 Matheson Boulevard East

Mississauga ON L5R 3T2

Hours: Sunrise to dusk

Admission Free

Mississauga’s Skatepark feature many of the favoured street spots around the City along with other park elements such as transitions, banks, 1/4 pipes, funboxes, varied ledges, varied rails, gaps and a bowl! The facility is unsupervised and parents are responsible for the supervision of their children.

Mississauga Chinese Centre
888 Dundas St. E.

Mississauga L4Y 4G6
905-566-5606

Hours: Monday – Friday 9AM – 5PM

Call for additional information

The Centre affords a unique glimpse into the fascinating early history of China. It holds attractions for visitors with the replica of Nine Dragon Wall, Soo Chow Garden pavilion, stone sculptures and fortress at the Great Wall.

Old Britannia Schoolhouse
5576 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, Ontario L5R 1B3
905-890-1010 ext. 2911

Call for additional information

The schoolhouse opened in 1852 and closed in 1959. Artifacts were donated by those who attended school there. Through role-play students experience education in Ontario 100 years ago.

Playdium Entertainment
99 Rathburn Rd. W.

Mississauga L5B 4C1

905-273-9000
Hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm – 12am; Fri 12pm-2am; Sat 10am-2am; Sun 10am-12am
Charge for games

Call for additional information

Playdium is a high-tech, interactive and virtual entertainment center. There are more than 180 games, interactive spots, a 1.2 km go-cart track, rock climbing, mini-golf and more.

Square One Shopping Centre
100 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 2C9
905-279-SHOP

Hours: Mon-Fri 10am – 9pm; Sat 9:30am – 6pm; Sun 12 – 6pm

Square One is the largest mall in Ontario with 360 stores and services. It is conveniently located at Highways. 403 and 10, 20 minutes from downtown Toronto and 15 minutes from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. Most of Canada’s leading national retailers, several American retailers, specialty shops, over 40 places to eat and four major department stores are located here.

D- Family Fun Attractions:
Benares Historic House

1507 Clarkson Road North

Mississauga, ON L5J-2W8

905-822-1569

Hours: Open Sundays 1-5pm year round for guided tours. Summer Hours: July & August – Wednesday to Sunday 1-5pm

Admission Charged

Step back into the year 1918 and experience this Georgian style home, filled with original family possessions. This exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families.

Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Rd

Mississauga, ON L5J-4T2

905-822-1569

Hours: Open Sundays 1-5pm year round for guided tours. Summer Hours: July & August – Wednesday to Sunday 1-5pm

Admission Charged

In 1830, Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley built this small saltbox style farmhouse for their family, which included seven children. It has been lovingly restored to reveal the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario. Also on the grounds is The Anchorage, an Ontario Regency style cottage which served as the retirement home of John Skynner, a Royal Navy officer. The house was originally located on the shores of Lake Ontario and was moved to the Bradley Museum grounds in the mid 1970s. It houses changing exhibits and has a Sunday afternoon tea room.

Civic Square

Civic Centre

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

On the exterior south side of the Mississauga Civic Centre is Civic Square, comprised of gardens and public activity areas. The Square has a reflecting pool which becomes an ice rink in winter, and an amphitheatre which serves as a venue for a variety of musical and theatrical performances. The Civic Square is also the location of the City’s annual Canada Day celebration, which is attended by thousands of people each year.

To the west of the Civic Square is an “English Walled Garden” based on the post modern architecture of the Civic Centre. In 2002, it was formally named The Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Garden in commemoration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 50th Anniversary of Her accession to The Throne. At the south-west corner, a daycare centre, administered by Sheridan College’s Early Childhood Education program, offers daycare services to the public.

Skatepark

706 Matheson Boulevard East

Mississauga ON L5R 3T2

Hours: Sunrise to dusk

Admission Free

Mississauga’s Skatepark feature many of the favoured street spots around the City along with other park elements such as transitions, banks, 1/4 pipes, funboxes, varied ledges, varied rails, gaps and a bowl! The facility is unsupervised and parents are responsible for the supervision of their children.

Old Britannia Schoolhouse
5576 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, Ontario L5R 1B3
905-890-1010 ext. 2911

Call for additional information

The schoolhouse opened in 1852 and closed in 1959. Artifacts were donated by those who attended school there. Through role-play students experience education in Ontario 100 years ago.

Playdium Entertainment
99 Rathburn Rd. W.

Mississauga L5B 4C1

905-273-9000
Hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm – 12am; Fri 12pm-2am; Sat 10am-2am; Sun 10am-12am
Charge for games

Call for additional information

Playdium is a high-tech, interactive and virtual entertainment center. There are more than 180 games, interactive spots, a 1.2 km go-cart track, rock climbing, mini-golf and more.

E- Events & Entertainment:
Events

May

Mississauga Marathon

Held mid May

905-949-2931

This “Race-to-the-Lake” course highlights the beauty of the City of Mississauga. Starting at City Hall, the course finishes on the scenic Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail. Events Include Mississauga Marathon, Half-Marathon, 10K, Marathon Corporate Relay and a 10K Student Relay. There is also a two day runners’ expo, a pre-race pasta dinner and a finish line party.

Meadowvale Family Fun Day & Walk for the Dam

Held early May
Location: Meadowvale Community Centre, 6655 Glen Erin Dr., Mississauga

905-826-6558

Fee charged
A 5K Walk in support of The Dam, a resource for youth to help youth stay at home, in school and in the community. Throughout the 5K walking path there will be entertainers and refreshments. Starting at noon, there will be a Penny Carnival and food, located in the soccer fields behind the Meadowvale Community Centre.

Carassauga – Mississauga’s Festival of Cultures

Held late May

Location: Various locations

Admission Charged, Children 12 and under free with paying adult

905-615-3010

Call for additional information

Visit at least 16 international pavilions with cultural entertainment, cuisine, costume, and displays. Passports are available in advance and at the door.

June

Mississauga International Children’s Festival

Held early June

Location: Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga

905-306-6000

Call for schedule of events and admission information

The whole family can enjoy live performances in puppetry, acrobatics, dance, music and more! Come and meet some amazing Canadian authors and take part in the free craft making and outdoor activities!

Canadian Artistic Gymnastics Championship

Held early June

Location: Hershey Centre, 5500 Rose Cherry Place, Mississauga

905-502-9100

Call for additional information

A 6 day event featuring top-notch gymnasts.

Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival

Held early June

Location: Streetsville Memorial Park, 335 Church St., Mississauga
905-816-1640

Enjoy free bread and honey, fairground, parade, games, crafts, bands, sports, food and plenty of

entertainment for the whole family.

Candlelight Tour of Historic Streetsville

Held early June

905-858-5974
Call for additional information

Within Streetsville, you will find the highest concentration of historic buildings in Mississauga. Tours start promptly at Red Hill Art Glass, 271 Queen Street South.

Mississauga Waterfront Festival

Held mid June

Location: Port Credit Memorial
22 Stavebank Rd. W.
Mississauga, Ontario
905-891-0002

Call for additional information

Enjoy a fun-filled weekend with something for all, including headline entertainment all weekend, carnival, crafters and much, much more.

Mississauga Heritage Kite Fly

Held mid June

Location: The City Sports Field at Matheson Blvd West and Falbourne Street (2 Blocks west of Highway 10 and just south of Britannia Road)

905-615-4415

Call for additional information

Kite flying for young and old; bring your own, make one in the children’s tent or buy one! There are Kite Makers Tents with demonstrations of making and flying traditional kites from around the world and a hand-made painted Kite Art display. Bring your own picnic lunch or treat yourself to lunch from the food vendors.

July

Canada Day in Streetsville

Held July 1

Location: Cenotaph Square (6 – 9:30pm), Streetsville Memorial Park – Fireworks (10pm)

905-858-5974

Call for additional information

Come out and celebrate Canada Day in the Village of Streetsville.

Live music, children’s activities, food, clowns, birthday cake, children’s sing along, award winning break-dancing show and audience contest, candle lighting ceremony, prize giving and much more. This will be followed by Streetsville Pipes and Drums band leading the parade down to Memorial Park for the Fireworks Show at 10:00 pm.

Mississauga’s Canada Day Celebrations

Location: Civic Centre
300 City Centre Dr.
Mississauga, Ontario

905-896-5056

Held: July 1st

Hours: 12-5pm

Mississauga’s Canada Day celebration is a free event open to all residents to commemorate Canada’s Birthday. The event features singers, dancers, sporting competitions, strolling entertainers, and fun for the whole family.

November

Toronto Toy & Doll Collectors’ Show

Held mid November

Location: International Centre
6900 Airport Road, Suite 120
Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1E8

905-945-2775

Admission Charged

Call for additional information

Collectors from across Canada, overseas and the USA come together at Canada’s finest show to represent an outstanding sale and display of their best toys, dolls and childhood memorabilia. Relive your childhood or add to your collection of Barbies, G.I. Joe, Dinky Toys, Matchbox, Corgi, Tonka, Britains, Superheroes, Banks, Boats, Puzzles, Marbles, Books, Marx or Meccano Sets on the 100’s tables. A free toy identification clinic from 12-2 p.m. is back by popular demand. Find out who made Granddad’s old toy and what it’s really worth.

Toronto Christmas Train Show

Held mid November

Location: International Centre
6900 Airport Road, Suite 120
Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1E8

613-378-0309

Canada’s largest toy & model train show with over 60,000 square feet of operating layouts in all gauges, live steamers, “How-To” modeling clinics, interactive layouts for the youngsters, “Thomas”, Railroadania, Historical Associations, Heritage operating railroads, vendors of all railway items, apparel, DVD’s, videos, photos, prints, Model Kits, computer railway simulation, and much more! Ontario’s model railroad clubs show you their operating layouts in gauges from Z to G and offer clinics and assistance to the beginner and advanced model train enthusiast. Train Collectors can find the golden oldies by Lionel, Marx, Hornby, and AF toy trains.

Erinoak Winter Wonders Craft Sale

Location: 2277 South Millway

Mississauga, ON L5L 2M5

Held early November

905-820-7111, ext. 2303

Call for exact date and time

A craft sale benefiting Erinoak, a children’s treatment centre servicing 6,000 clients, dedicated to supporting children and youth with physical, developmental and communication disabilities.

The World Famous Lipizzaner Stallions

Held early November

Location: Hershey Centre
5500 Rose Cherry Place
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 4B6
905-502-9100

Call for information

Admission Charged

The World Famous Lipizzaner Stallions perform at the Hershey Centre.

Mississauga Celebrates the Season – Lighting of the Square

Held late November

Location: Civic Centre Square
300 City Centre Dr.
Mississauga, Ontario

Admission Free
The holidays are right around the corner and what better way to get into the festive mood than to join in the merriment with Celebrate the Season from late November to mid January. After the official lighting of the square, there is free entertainment and skating (weather permitting) in the Civic Square. The beautiful light displays at the Civic Centre are turned on every evening at dusk.

Santa Claus Parade through downtown Streetsville

Held late November

Location: Streetsville

December

Home for the Holidays

Held mid December

Location: Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Rd.
Mississauga, Ontario
905-822-1569
Celebrate an early 19th century “Christmas in the Backwoods” in the 1830’s farmhouse of Lewis & Elizabeth Bradley. Warm yourself by the open fire, enjoy some festive treats or treat yourself to tea in the Museum Tea Room. A short drive up Clarkson Road takes you to Benares Historic House where you can celebrate an early 20th century Christmas. See the table top tree and all the festive finery of this gorgeous home. Take part in the caroling in the parlour. Kids can make some crafts to take home, and visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus! Before you leave, be sure to take a ride on the horse drawn carriage!

Ice Fishing Show

Held mid December

Location: International Centre
6900 Airport Road, Suite 120
Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1E8

416-764-1642

Call for additional information

Exhibitors will include major manufacturers, retailers, travel outfitters, snowmobile and ATV dealers and more! There will be a unique, in-depth entertainment package. Seminars will be by top pros. The expected attendance is 5,000 hard-core ice fishermen.

Arts and Entertainment

Living Arts Centre (Home of the Symphony, Opera and Choral Society)

4141 Living Arts Drive
Mississauga, ON L5B 4B8

905-306-6100

Mississauga Symphony Orchestra
905-615-4401

Opera Mississauga
905-306-0060

Mississauga Choral Society
905-278-7059

Call for performance schedule

Admission Charged

From opera to symphony, jazz to blues, ballet to big band, the centre is place for performing arts in the city. The Living Arts Centre is a 225,000 square foot multi-use facility, which opened in 1997. It houses magnificent performance theatres and is home to the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Opera Mississauga and the Mississauga Choral Society. Also located within the Centre are an exhibition gallery and eight professional art studios.

Art Gallery of Mississauga

Location: Civic Centre

300 City Centre Drive

Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

905-896-5088

Call for viewing hours

Admission Free

Art Gallery of Mississauga on the southeast corner of the Great Hall. The Art Gallery features exhibitions of community and major artists.

Hershey Centre

5500 Rose Cherry Place

Mississauga, ON L4Z 4B6

905-502-7788

Call for schedule of events

Admission Charged

The centre is the city’s major sporting centre and home arena for the OHL team Mississauga IceDogs. It has been the venue for several notable musical acts.

Meadowvale Theatre

6315 Montevideo Road

Mississauga, ON L5N 4G7

905-615-4720

Hours: The Box Office is open Mon – Sat, noon-4pm and one hour before performances

Call for performance schedule

During the course of a typical season, Meadowvale can expect to enjoy some of the best live entertainment Mississauga has to offer. Music Theatre Mississauga brings five exciting musical theatre productions to Meadowvale each year. The theatre is also home to the Mississauga POPS Concert Band. You can also look forward to professional performances as well, as the Meadowvale Theatre Advisory Board brings the best in entertainment from around the world.

Springbanks Arts Centre
3057 Mississauga Rd. N.

Mississauga
Call (905) 828-9151 for more details

Monday – Friday 9 am to 4:30 pm

Set against a backdrop of trees and park land, this lovely old Heritage Schoolhouse is the perfect setting for artistic inspiration. Here artists exhibit a wide variety of works and anyone can participate in art and craft classes

Sports

Mississauga IceDogs

Ontario Hockey League

Venue: Hershey Centre

5500 Rose Cherry Place

Mississauga, ON L4Z 4B6

905-502-7788; 905- 502-9100

Box office hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm; Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm

Tickets cannot be purchased by phone.

Season runs September – March