Blooms & Berries

Blooms & Berries

A virtual celebration of Mississauga's historic and urban agricultural practices

Did you know that Clarkson Village was once known as the Strawberry Capital of Ontario? Follow the links below to learn more about the history of growing and harvesting food in Mississauga, and meet the people today that are making sure our community has access to fresh food grown locally. We wouldn't have much of a harvest without pollinators, so you will also find webinars and resources to incorporate pollinator-friendly plants into your garden. Free crafts, strawberry recipes galore, and a strawberry sketch night promise fun summer activities the whole family can enjoy.

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The food trucks at are back at Celebration Square this summer! Open 7-days per week; enjoy delicious take-away options from 11am-8pm. In an abundance of caution for our patrons at Celebration Square, cash payments will not be accepted at the food trucks.

Eat fresh and shop local this summer at Celebration Square. This favourite central market offers a broad variety of items including homemade preserves and honey, baked goods, locally produced wine and Ontario-grown fruits and vegetables.

Discover the new Lakeview Farmers' indoor/outdoor market offering local, sustainable, organic and artisanal products for sale. The market features locally grown and sourced produce, small batched products, meats, baked goods, preserves, jams, maple syrup and artisan products.

Mississauga Culture and the Living Arts Centre's Arts At Home campaign is dedicated to curating relevant resources and engaging activities that support our creative communities and industries during the COVID-19 pandemic.