The Egyptian Coptic Festival

The Egyptian Coptic Festival

The Egyptian Coptic Festival brings everyone together in a fun and family friendly environment. The event idea emerged with the purpose of enhancing community collaboration through linking past and present achievements and emphasizing our diverse and inclusive Mississauga community.

The event program features historic acts, scenes, musical performance, performing arts, food, books, documentaries, kids' activities and youth led performance. These will allow the general public to grow their understanding of the Egyptian history and its contributions to civilization. The Coptic Egyptian roots and traditions, most famous Egyptian composers, scientists, and professionals and their contributions in Canada, Most famous craftsmanship and artistic techniques. It is our aspiration that this recurring cultural event will help strengthen the sense of belonging and commitment of Coptic community members, as proud Canadian citizens, to their new homeland.

Event website: www.egyptiancopticfestival.ca

Saturday, July 13, 2019 - 11:00am to 10:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Yoliana Azer
Event Contact
647-785-7473
Karim Khalil
Vendor Contact
647-225-5564

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