The 2019 STIHL Timbersports Canadian Championship, a major league logger competition, is coming to Mississauga Celebration Square from July 25 to July 27!
Come out for a day of free family activities, live entertainment including headliner Madeline Merlo, a beer garden and foodtrucks to enjoy while you cheer on your favourite Timbersports stars!
The Pro Qualifer and Championship matches will feature the top 40 Timbersports athletes in the country going head-to-head in six disclipines: Springboard Chop, Underhand Chop, STIHL Stock Saw, Standing Block Chop, Single Buck and Hot Saw!
Thursday, July 25
5:00pm - Men's Pro Qualifier 1 - Group Red Event Begins *STIHL Competition*
Friday July 26
2:00pm to 10:00pm - Beer Garden, STRYKE Target Range, CLIF Bar 2:00pm - Rookie Canadian Championships *STIHL Competition*
6:00pm - Men's Pro Qualifier 2 *STIHL Competition*
Saturday July 27
Noon to 10:00pm - Beer Garden, Food Truck Fridays (9 delicious offerings)
Noon to 12:20pm - Aaron Paris Music (Trap Violin Artist)
12:30pm to 1:00pm - DJ Andre 905 (Raptors 905 Official DJ) and Tej Hunjan (Percussionist)
1:05pm to 1:45pm - Hogtown Sound (Interactive Brass Band) 2:00pm - Pro Women's Canadian Championship *STIHL Competition*
4:00pm to 4:45pm - Sacha (Canadian country artist)
5:00pm to 5:45pm - Madeline Merlo (CCMA Award and two-time BCCMA Award winning artist) 6:00 pm to 10:00pm - Canadian Championship Event *STIHL Competition*
Parking is available in the underground parking lots at the Civic Centre and Mississauga Central Library.
Take MiWay to Celebration Square byusing MiWay's online trip planner or by calling 905-615-INFO (4636).
To learn more about tourism and STIHL Timbersports in Mississauga including the full line-up of entertainment and events, visit www.timbersports.ca.
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