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Fall Fair at the Bradley Museum
Saturday, September 29th, 10 am to 4pm

September 27th 2012

Fall Fair at the Bradley Museum


Join the Museums of Mississauga on Saturday, September 29th as part of the annual Doors Open Mississauga event for the Fall Fair at the Bradley Museum (1620 Orr Road).

The whole family can step back in time to enjoy old-fashioned games and ride on a horse-drawn wagon at the Mississauga Fall Festival. The event will feature demonstrations of old-time cooking in an historic kitchen, a blacksmith and there will even be peregrine falcons.

Canadian folk musician Alex Sinclair, South Asian singer Vandana Vishwas and the Paul Malysa Band will perform. There will a fair food and crafts and activities for all. Admission to the Fall Festival is free but donations of non-perishable items for the local food bank are welcome.

The festival runs from 10 am to 4 pm.

Doors Open Mississauga!
Explore Mississauga on September 29th!

September 27th 2012

9th Annual Doors Open Mississauga
Saturday September 29, 2012, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

44 participating sites across the City!

For more information, please visit:


Visit Heritage Mississauga at The Grange (1921 Dundas Street West) from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday for a War of 1812 Encampment!

Join Ward 11 Councillor George Carlson and guests from 1-2:30 pm at Streetsville Memorial (Pioneer) Cemetery (299 Queen Street South) for a ceremonial flag raising in honour of the War of 1812 militia volunteers who are buried in the cemetery, including Streetsville founder Timothy Street.

Also visit Small Arms Ltd. in Lakeview:  You can meet women war workers from the Second World War, re-enactors dressed as members of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion and US paratroopers, plus a Canadian-made M4 Sherman tank!

And much, much more!

MOSAIC Returns to Mississauga!
South Asian Heritage Festival of Mississauga - August 16th to 19th, 2012

July 30th 2012

Mosaic Festival of Mississauga is one of the most widely publicized events in the South Asian Community of Ontario.

August 16th-19th, 2012

Celebration Square, Mississauga Civic Centre

Free admission

Father of the City Passes
Bruce McLauchlin, 1926-2012

July 30th 2012

Bruce & Patricia McLauchlin, in 2010, courtesy of the Mississauga News


Heritage Mississauga extends their condolences to the McLaughlin family on the passing of Bruce McLauchlin on July 23rd in his 86th year.

Mississauga News:

Toronto Star Obiturary:

History of Port Credit Mural Unveiling
La Villa Bakery Mural

June 8th 2012

La Villa Bakery Mural Unveiling: A History of Port Credit

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

12:30-3:00 pm

Students from Peel Alternative South and Port Credit Secondary worked collaboratively to produce a mural for La Villa Bakery, “a History of Port Credit” to help promote anti-graffiti ...throughout Ward 1. Students worked with Port Credit High school teachers: Joanne Degraaf, Lucy Zita, John Mason and mentor artist: Elaine Teguibon.

This project was an initiative of Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey in collaboration with Peel Alternative South, Port Credit Secondary, Joanne Degraaf, Lucy Zita, John Mason, Elaine Teguibon and John Bozzo from La Villa Bakery. “A History of Port Credit” mural was prepared by the students to promote anti-graffiti throughout Ward 1.

Contact: The Ward 1 Office
• 905-896-5100

Where: La Villa Bakery
331B Lakeshore Road East
Port Credit, ON L5G 1H3


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