Mississauga Celebration Square is a popular location for independently-produced concerts and performances, events and festivals. Celebration Square features: state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems on two stages; an interactive water feature/skating rink; built-in amenities to accommodate vendors; seasonal plantings and green space; elegant glass pavilion; chairs, tables and umbrellas; and a full service, licensed cafe.
Events at Mississauga Celebration Square are free and open to the public.
Small Events have approximately 1,000 attendees or less, and do not require the main stage concert systems.
Small Events will be considered on a case-by-case basis, based on the availability of City resources. Small Event Applications must be submitted a minimum of 12 weeks prior to the event date to be considered.
The New Youth Council Online Showcase brings together new and recent original artworks by 16 youth from Mississauga and across the GTA. Explore the works of the city's most talented youth artists.
Share your hair related stories and hairstyles through the decades. Join us for an immersive exploration of historic and modern hairstyles, and how hair shapes our identities. Explore Bradley Museum's collection of vintage hair products.
As gardening season approaches, the Museums of Mississauga look back at the foods that were grown and harvested in Mississauga, and share ways you can attract pollinators to help your garden grow!
The Mississauga Poet Laureate, Paul Edward Costa, will be joining on April 7th and 14th to celebrate National Poetry Month and he will have suggestions on where to submit your writing and recommend some great local writers to check out!