Culture Programs & Services Status Update

Culture Programs & Services Status Update

As the City moves into Step Three of the province's Roadmap to Reopening on July 16, the following adjustments will be in effect for City programs and services within Culture.

Programs and Services available in-person with limited capacities and health safety measures in place:

  • Tours now open for "The Lengths We Go: Reflections on Hair" exhibition at Bradley Museum. By appointment only.

  • Visitors can continue to use the fountain at Mississauga Celebration Square, as well as enjoy food trucks and a variety of other offerings all summer long.

  • Summer Creative Camps continue to operate. To see what camps are being offered visit
  • SaugaBusks is accepting applications for those interested in participating in the busking program; the program will remain open until October 31.

Indoor and outdoor rentals are available for booking with capacity restrictions and health safety measures in place:

  • Livings Arts Centre
  • Mississauga Celebration Square (small events in amphitheatre only)
  • Museums of Mississauga: Bradley and Benares
  • Paramount Fine Foods Centre
  • Small Arms Inspection Building

To learn about the latest updates on actions taken by the City of Mississauga visit

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The Lakeview Farmers' Market runs from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and operates Sundays from May 30th to October 10th. The Market features local, sustainable, organic, and artisanal products, which provide an important source of income for local farmers, growers, producers, and artisans.

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This summer, visitors can shop and support local at the Love Local Art Shop - a charming shipping container turned pop-up shop at Celebration Square. Pop in and browse a new selection of unique and original artwork by the City of Mississauga's Resident Artists every weekend!

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.