Experience Polish culture, right here in Mississauga!
Mississauga Polish Day is the city’s annual Polish cultural festival. This year, the festival attracted 20,000 visitors and celebrated Canada’s 150th anniversary and 150 years of Polish-Canadian contribution towards Canada’s rich cultural mosaic. Special thanks to the Government of Ontario’s support of the event this year via Ontario 150.
Check back in the new year for information about Polish Day 2018.
- live music and folk dancing
- hearty Polish cuisine and a beer garden
- engaging exhibits to showcase Polish-Canadian fine art, culture and history
- activities for kids: bouncy castles, crafts, games and more
- soccer Tournament
- vendor booths with local goods and services
About the Canadian Polish Congress
Mississauga Polish Day is hosted by the non-profit Canadian Polish Congress – Mississauga District. One of the organisation’s main goals is to promote Polish culture, language, tradition and knowledge of Polish contribution within Canada to all Canadians in order to foster a better understanding and spirit of multiculturalism.
About the Venue: Mississauga Celebration Square
The festival takes place at Mississauga’s premier outdoor event venue. Celebration Square is right in the heart of down town Mississauga, adjacent to city hall. It’s easily accessible by public transit as it’s beside the City Centre Transit Terminal.
The views expressed by Mississauga Polish Day do not necessarily reflect those of the Province of Ontario.