We don’t want to stress you out prematurely, but we wanted to give you a friendly reminder that there’s only one month of summer remaining. No need to panic, though! There’s still lots of time to make your summer even better than it has already been. Even if you’re not getting away this season, there’s lots going on right in town. From Saturday Night Movies to an Amazing Race event, there’s lots going on in Brampton this August. Here are some of the highlights.
If you’ve taken a look at the City of Brampton calendar of events, then you know there’s a lot to look forward to. The temperatures are finally starting to climb and the sun is showing its face more frequently, meaning summer is really on its way. With the summer season upon us, not to mention Canada 150, Brampton has a lot going on and a lot to offer in the way of things to do. This weekend Brampton is going to kick off their social summer with the annual CeleBrampton. Here’s what to look forward to.
With the Easter long weekend about to begin, there’s lots to look forward to. First and foremost, the chocolate of course, but also the time spent with family! There’s also something that combines both of these things that makes Easter weekend so special: Easter egg hunts! A classic tradition for Easter weekend, an egg hunt is an exciting activity for kids to take part in and for parents to enjoy. There are lots of places around the GTA where Easter egg hunts and days of springtime family fun are being hosted. Here’s a rundown of some hunts taking place close by.
With a population of roughly 128,377, Whitby is the perfect place to live. While it’s not exactly a ‘small town’ per say, it’s got that small town charm that can’t be beat. On the other hand, it’s not a large urban city either, but thankfully it has all the amenities and culture of one! You can explore the Station Gallery‘s latest exhibition, enjoy tunes from the Whitby Brass Band, or take in the latest show at the Whitby Courthouse Theatre. Each season the theatre puts on 3 productions that are visited by about 1500 guests. Their most recent production of Catch Me If You Can had a sold out run and finished to standing ovations and praise. Here’s a look at what’s up next!
One of the best things about living in Brampton is the amount of diversity you get to experience. From the community, to the businesses, to the cuisine Brampton offers plenty of opportunities to try new things and experience different cultures. One event that really makes the city’s diversity shine is Taste of Downtown Brampton. This 2 week event takes you on a trip around the globe, getting to enjoy a variety of different cuisines, from different restaurants all over the city. Here are some highlights for Taste of Downton Brampton 2017.
When does the holiday season officially begin? For retail stores it seems to be the day after Halloween, for social butterflies it’s the first party of the season, and for school-aged children it’s the last day of school before the winter break! This year the last day of school lands on December 23rd, so you can expect your little ones to be absolutely bursting with holiday joy for that entire week. The holidays continue until January 9th, so there’s lots of time for family fun. Here are some ideas to help you fill the holiday itinerary with your kids!