Celebrating South Asian Heritage Month - SAWITRI Theatre Group is delighted to bring back SAVITA WEDS SATISH, (in English), at the Small Arms Inspection Building, Mississauga, for 7 performances, from Wednesday May 15 to Tuesday May 21, 2019. An immersive, wedding-style theatre piece, it is the story of widowed Savita, who suddenly decides to get married with all the ceremony and tradition of an Indian Hindu wedding. Her proper relatives are unhappy for a variety of reasons not least of which is that no one has seen the groom. In these days of social media, that's a huge cause for concern. Maybe he's "fat and ugly!"? Or worse!?! If you think you have seen the most dramatic Hindu wedding ever, think again! You are invited to this family reunion in all your wedding-guest finery, including your dancing shoes! Seating in the wedding party is quite limited.
We also bring you a pre-show bazaar that evokes the colours of the bazaars of India, right here in Mississauga.
Join us at Mississauga Celebration Square for a variety of FREE outdoor fitness classes that are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities! New this year, all Fresh Air Fitness classes will incorporate injury and/or accessibility modifications for everyone to join in the fun!
Grab a blanket and join your friends and neighbours under the night sky for Movie Nights! Celebration Square is a fully-accessible outdoor space that is open to all members of the community. Watch classics, blockbuster hits and family feel-good favourites on the big screens.
Come spend an evening at Benares Historic House! Enjoy outdoor concerts every Friday June through August that celebrates local talent. Light refreshments are available for purchase at each concert. Bring your own sing-along voices, insect repellent and blankets or lawn chairs.
Every year professional artists from across the world are invited to submit their works for consideration for Art on the Screens. This year's juried collection of works explores the notion of disappearance and re-appearance and how that shapes our landscape and personal narratives.