Mississauga Polish Day is Saturday, June 10th at Celebration Square

Visit Mississauga’s annual Polish cultural festival at Celebration Square! Expect live music, hearty traditional food, a beer garden, soccer tournament, exhibits, kids’ activities and more.

This year we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation as well as 150 years of Polish-Canadian  towards Canada’s rich cultural mosaic.

Entrance and parking are free. The event is accessible by public transit; it’s right near the Mississauga City Centre Transit Terminal.

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Website: http://mississaugapolishday.ca/

An Evening Under the Stars with The Riverwood Conservancy

The Riverwood Garden Soirée takes place June 9

Enjoy an evening under the stars in support of The Riverwood Conservancy at The Riverwood Garden Soirée.

An enchanting evening fundraiser under the stars, surrounded by the beauty of Riverwood. Guests will enjoy delicious food, live entertainment, valet parking as well as live and silent auctions.

Friday, June 9, 2017
6:30 to 11 p.m.

MacEwan Terrace Garden
Riverwood Park Lane
Mississauga, ON

$170 per person or $1,220 for a table of eight
Purchase your ticket today

Event Highlights

  • MPP Harinder Takhar will recognize The Riverwood Conservancy as the recipient of a 2017 Ontario Trillium Foundation grant
  • The evening’s menu includes a local asparagus and strawberry risotto courtesy of Capra’s Kitchen by celebrity Chef Massimo Capra
  • The live auction features unique items including a trip to India, a fly fishing adventure and a wheelbarrow full of hand-selected wines
  • Entertainment will be provided by the talented local 10 piece band TaterVox

The Riverwood Garden Soirée is a wonderful opportunity to socialize with friends, enjoy the beauty of Riverwood and network, all for an excellent cause. Proceeds from the event will support TRC community programs in environmental education, conservation stewardship, gardening, therapeutic horticulture and volunteerism.

Sponsors for the Riverwood Garden Soiree include Capra’s Kitchen, Cooksville and Streetsville Hyundai (Proud members of The Humberview Group), Classical 96.3 FM, Scotia Wealth Management, Metal Works Production Group, Innovo Tax Advisors & CPAs, Rutherford Construction, Treeline Catering and EOE Group. For a full list of sponsors, visit our website.

About TRC

TRC is a volunteer-based not-for-profit that provides programming in stewardship, gardening, environmental education and volunteerism to the Mississauga community. TRC is located in Riverwood, a natural green space in the heart of the city [map] and is open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily with free parking and admission.  For more information about environmental education programs, events and how to make a donation, visit: TheRiverwoodConservancy.org.

Arts on the Credit: Jewels

Arts on the Credit is launching an exciting event at the Waterside Inn, Port Credit, this June 18th, 11 – 5.

Arts on the Credit: Jewels will be the first show ever to focus almost entirely on original jewellery produced by jewellery artists in the area. The jewellers will present many different styles, using different metals, extraordinary beads and crystals and vintage components, in some cases.

Craig Ewing is a master at creating beautiful beaded pieces to wear. “Most pieces are built one tiny bead at a time,” says Ewing. Tammy Warren works in silver and says, “I want my jewellery to move with its wearer. It should always complement their style.

Along with stunning jewellery, there will be one of a kind fashion accessories, such as beautiful ostrich & fish skin leather handbags by Christine Vonbun. “I began an affair with handbags very early on and have always believed in an ethos of quality, beauty, balance, elegance and sustainability,” quotes Vonbun.

David Dunkley, official milliner to the Queen’s Plate, who studies regularly in Britain, is joining Jewels with his fabulous millinery creations. Dunkley will also be showing some of his bridal collection.

Joanne Jones will present handbags and other accessories, all from reclaimed personal items. All “mined reCREATIONS” are handcrafted and benefit young people in economically challenged countries, breathing in new life to create something wonderful. “Each bag holds a story and when you purchase one of my bags, it’s up to you to give that story many more chapters,” says Jones.

In total, Jewels on the Credit will present nineteen different art-based jewellers and makers of fabulous fashion accessories. These are pieces to embellish your wardrobe and last a lifetime.

Jewels on the Credit will take place one day only, June 18th, 11 – 5 at the Waterside Inn. Our launch this year will be FREE and we will be offering a fabulous draw prize donated by the Waterside Inn – a BFF weekend for two which will include a night’s stay in one of their 2-bedroom residential suites with breakfast or brunch the next morning.