Category Archives: Port Credit

Open Call For Artists

Submissions for the 20th Annual Lakeshore Art Trail are now being accepted from artists within the Mississauga Area.  The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2019.  For more information on the jurying process, contact Lead Juror Gabby Tutak atgtutak@rogers.com.

The annual Lakeshore Art Trail is an artistic-community based art show tour. The show will run from October 19 – 20, 2019, the weekend following Thanksgiving.  The tour features local, visual artists exhibiting and selling their artwork out of various venues – artists’ studios, local businesses and libraries – located throughout the scenic Mississauga villages of Clarkson and Port Credit.

MISSISSAUGA ARTS COUNCIL’S THIRD ANNUAL CRANBERRY CHRISTMAS MARKET BRINGS CREATIVE GIFT-GIVING TO PORT CREDIT

The Mississauga Arts Council’s annual Cranberry Christmas Market returns to Port Credit this holiday season!

A diverse group of community artisans will set up shop at the historic Clarke Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 24, 2018. Guests can look forward to the quintessential holiday market experience, complete with warm beverages, carolling courtesy of the Mississauga Choral Society, and tons of festive goodies.

A unique variety of items will be available for purchase, including original artwork, hand-carved wooden items and charcuterie boards, artisanal candy and chocolates, home decor, pottery, holistic teas and handmade jewellery. Vendors include Angela Chao, Sue Archibald, Norm Tendall, The Spiced Leaf Tea Co., City Centre Dance, Mississauga Potters Guild, and over 20 others.

For those shoppers wishing someone else could do the gift wrapping for them, a donation to Epilepsy South Central Ontario will ensure your gifts are beautifully wrapped on the spot.

Entry to The Cranberry Christmas Market is pay-what-you-can or guests can bring in non-perishable food items. All donations support the Compass Food Bank.

Join the Mississauga Arts Council at the family-friendly Cranberry Christmas Market on Saturday, November 24, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Clarke Memorial Hall, 161 Lakeshore Rd West.