Mississauga Polish Days Festival

Mississauga Polish Days Festival

Mississauga Polish Days is an annual festival celebrating Polish-Canadian heritage with a focus on sharing its vibrant Culture with the public at large. The festival attracts tourists from all over Peel Region, the GTA and beyond with high caliber attractions and innovative programming. Mississauga Polish Days aims to create an inclusive and interactive experience for people of all backgrounds by showcasing classic and modern performances, local artists of Polish heritage and other engaging attractions and vendors. The festival offers a significant cultural experience by educating visitors on the historical and cultural impact of the Polish-Canadian community and by fostering an appreciation for the performing and visual arts.

Event website: mississaugapolishday.ca

Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information contact:
Anna Mazurkiewicz
Executive Director
416-453-8033
Anna Gulbinski
Project Manager
647-291-4530

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