Fun things to do in Brampton in August

Fun Things to Do in Brampton and Area in August – Events and Activities

August is finally here and Canadians everywhere are trying to maximize every ounce of summer that we get. This month is full of celebrations and fun things to do in Brampton and Mississauga to end off summer with a BANG!  Make the most out of sunny days and get out to some of these great things to do around Brampton and Mississauga and many events around the city.

From outdoor movies to indoor fun we have it all. There are lots of Brampton and Georgetown Activities to checkout in August! Check out the weekly listings of things to do in Mississauga and Brampton below for a full list of events and activities for the whole family. We have divided it up by week to make it easier for you to find events that interest you. There are tots of fun things to do in Mississauga in August incuding checking out Buskerfest which is an amazing free event to see performers from around the World. 

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Fun Things To Do In Brampton In August 2021

Brampton Events and Mississauga Events are divided up by week for August 2019 – click on the links below to jump the the desired section
August 1-4th Events
August 5-11th Events
August 12-18th Events
August 19-26th Events
August 27-31st Events

Checkout Brampton Library Calendar for Fun Summer Events. For lots of Fun events from Mississauga Library check out their Summer Fun Events!

If you are looking for Fun Things to Do in Mississauga, Brampton  or Georgetown in August we have you covered. Family activities, events and more are all listed here. We will add new activities and events as we see them – so check back for more fun in Peel Region this summer!

 

August 1-4

August 1-4 Activities in Brampton and Surrounding Area

There are lots of things to do this weekend to keep the kids busy and have some family fun!

Royal Canadian Circus Discount

    1. Mini Golf in the Library: Four Corners Library August 1st 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
      Working in small groups, children will create and design a nine-hole Mini Golf course and learn about architectural and engineering principles in the process. They’ll love seeing these principles in motion as the ball travels through the course and into the hole! Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts.

      Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)

    2. Kinetic Energy:  South Fletcher’s August 1st  2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

      Create your own chain reaction contraption by combining simple machines. We’ll explore gravity, momentum, force and motion. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)

       

    3. Royal Canadian Circus at Sheridan Mall August 1st – 5th at Sheridan Mall
      An all new show, jam packed with explosive live entertainment, featuring high-flying acrobatics, death-defying tricks, clowning and towering feats of strength, teetering towers of balanced bodies, extreme bending and devilishly precarious aerials.
      Showtimes:
      Aug 1 – Noon, 7 pm
      Aug 2 – 4 pm, 7:30pm
      Aug 3 – Noon, 4pm, 7pm
      Aug 4 – Noon, 4pm, 7:30pm
      Aug 5 – 1pm, 5pm
    4.  Thursday Night Concert SeriesAUGUST 1 – DEUX DEF DUDES (CLASSIC ROCK)
      7-9pm – Gage Park – Come and join in for evenings full of beautiful music in the park. FREE Admission! outdoor live music brampton thursday night concert series
    5. Mount Pleasant Village Farmers Market August 1st, 2019 – Mount Pleasant Village Night Market takes place every Thursday from 4 to 8 pm from June 20 until October 10, 2019. More than 14 vendors including farmers, prepared food vendors, and artisans are expected throughout the course of the season, alongside weekly events and healthy lifestyle activities for the whole family.Brampton Farmers markets Mount pleasant village night market
    6. Amazing Magnets:  August 3rd 2:30-3:30PM
      Mount Pleasant Village Branch Program Room 1

      Can you use science to escape the maze? Children will design and build a maze, then harness the power of magnetism to navigate their way out. All materials will be provided. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Children (6 – 8 years)
    7. Kinetic Energy:  South Fletcher’s August 3rd  2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

      Create your own chain reaction contraption by combining simple machines. We’ll explore gravity, momentum, force and motion. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)

       

    8. Mississauga Latin FestivalAugust 2-4th -> Celebration Square
      Celebrate and enjoy the rich Latin Culture in Mississauga.  The festival offers a great entertainment line up, tasty foods, extravagance gallery art, and activities for children, local talent showcases and a colorful parade with more than 300 typical costumes on Sunday at noon. For the First time they will have a Kids Zone offering family fun activities to expose children to beginner Spanish teaching simple phrases. The Community stage includes fun activities including Spanish Songs, Storytelling and Dance. Make sure your checkout our favourite Latin Dance Teacher Sheila who will be teaching Salsa classes for kids, we love our Salsa Tots program this summer.Mississauga Latin Festival Mississauga Latin Festival
    9. Brampton Farmer’s MarketAugust 3: Performances by Brampton Folk Club
      The Brampton Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm, from June 15 until October 12, 2019. An estimated 70 vendors are expected throughout the course of the season. This year’s highlights include a new Artists’ Marketplace with arts, crafts, and handmade items for sale on Main Street South. Also, enjoy At the Market programming every week in Garden Square Brampton from 10 am to 12 pm. Take in feature demonstrations with everything from cooking to gardening, and live entertainment.
      Brampton Farmers Market downtown Brampton
    10. Saturday night Movies in the SquareAugust 3:  7PM – How to Train Your Dragon:  The Hidden World  |  9PM – Jurassic World:  Fallen Kingdom
      Bring the whole family for a double-header screening of two box office hits every Saturday evening. Come early (starting at 6 PM) to take part in pre-movie activities like meeting costumed characters, pop-up performances, giveaways, and more. Movies start at 7 PM and 9 PM. Bring your lawn chair and settle in for an evening full of family-friendly fun in Garden Square.brampton outdoor movies in the square
    11. ROM Travelling Planetarium – August 2,3,4th in Centre Court at Erin Mills Town Centre (12-5pm *HOURLY) Kids will experience a guided tour of the stars. Limited spaces, first come first serve.
    12.  Creative Club Giant Building Block Event – August 4th 2-4PM Erin Mills Town Centre.
      Join us Sundays in August for a fun and interactive building experience in this STEM Lego Building Activity. Located on the upper level at the end of the H&M wing. $5 donation per family, proceeds to Interim Place

August 5-11

Whats Going On In Brampton August 5-11

  1. Crime Scene Science – Four Corners August 6th 2:30-3:30PM
    Calling all detectives: the Art Gallery needs your help solving the Mystery of the Missing Painting! Learn about Crime Scene Science through fingerprint detection, pen and ink chromatography, footprint to height estimation, and more. Use your knowledge and creative problem solving skills to crack the case. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Age Group(s): Children (9 – 12 years)
  2. LEGO – ROBOTICS ENGINEERING Summer Workshops for kids  at Erin Mills Town Centre August 6-30, Tuesdays & Thursdays (August 6th, 8th) *1Pm, 3Pm, 5PM (1 Hour workshops)
    Kids can learn about S.T.E.M. and build an Engineering LEGO model! Ages 6-14 are welcome. $20 fee per child per workshop. We offer exciting and rewarding programs for kids aged 6 -14 years. Greater Mississauga e2 Young Engineers enrichment programs are based on our exclusive EDUTAINMENT model (Education + Entertainment). Our teaching approach uses the world famous building blocks “LEGO@” incorporating it with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). LEGO@ and STEM gives a unique learning experience for kids, where they learn science and mathematics theoretical and practical concepts, taught in a fun way!!! We believe in the future of engineering and science, and the way those fields will change the world for the better! . The kids learn Science behind the machines and engineer them as motorized models. Click HERE to sign up for workshops!
  3. Crime Scene Science – Springdale August 7th 2:30-3:30PM
    Calling all detectives: the Art Gallery needs your help solving the Mystery of the Missing Painting! Learn about Crime Scene Science through fingerprint detection, pen and ink chromatography, footprint to height estimation, and more. Use your knowledge and creative problem solving skills to crack the case. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Age Group(s): Children (9 – 12 years)
  4. Fresh Air Fitness – Celebration Square -> Wednesday, August 7th – Yoga 7:00pm to 8:00pm
    Join us at Mississauga Celebration Square for a variety of FREE outdoor fitness classes that are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities! New this year, all Fresh Air Fitness classes will incorporate injury and/or accessibility modifications for everyone to join in the fun!
  5. Crafts and Story Time: Cooksville Aug 7 | 2 pm
    Enjoy a storytime with your child and make a craft related to one of the stories you hear!
    All Ages (under 5 with a caregiver). 60 min. $2.Youth Cycling Mississauga
  6. Midweek Cycling Club’s “NEXTWEEK Youth Grasstrack Program”  Wednesday, August 7  at Vista Heights Park, 89 Vista Blvd, Mississauga from 6:30 to 7:30pm – weather cancellations will be made by 4pm and announced on Midweek social media.
    For all riders aged 4-12 that can ride their bike unassisted in a straight line, NEXTWEEK offers an introduction to the fundamental skills of cycling through a blend of skill building exercises and games. Held on the grass of beautiful Vista Heights Park in Mississauga, NEXTWEEK is open to any aspiring youth with a bicycle (any shape or size that is in working condition), a helmet, and is looking to have some fun! Important: Enrolment limited to 25 riders so click the link above to sign up.
    Cost: Program – $0 a waiver must be signed by parent/guardian
  7. Mini Golf in the Library: Four Corners Library August 8th 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
    Working in small groups, children will create and design a nine-hole Mini Golf course and learn about architectural and engineering principles in the process. They’ll love seeing these principles in motion as the ball travels through the course and into the hole! Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts.

    Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)

     

  8. Heartlake Conservation Area Guided Walk – August 8th – 10:00am to 11:00am
    Looking for engaging ways to explore nature with your family this summer? Join TRCA for our guided nature walk series at Heart Lake Conservation Area. Explore a new and exciting nature theme each walk.

    • Hike Distance: 1.5 km
    • Difficulty: Easy to moderate
    • Trail Surface Type: Paved and natural
    • Age Range: Family Friendly (recommended for children ages 6 and up)
    • Meeting Place: Parking lot in front of the splash pad

    Bring your swimsuit! After the program, cool off by the pool and splash pad. Additional fees may apply.

    Regular park admission fees apply. Please see our website for admission prices—children under 14 are free!

  9. Mount Pleasant Village Farmers Market August 8th– Mount Pleasant Village Night Market takes place every Thursday from 4 to 8 pm from June 20 until October 10, 2019. More than 14 vendors including farmers, prepared food vendors, and artisans are expected throughout the course of the season, alongside weekly events and healthy lifestyle activities for the whole family.Brampton Farmers markets Mount pleasant village night market
  10. Thursday Night Concert SeriesAUGUST 8 – DAVID LOVE BAND – 7-9pm – Gage Park – Come and join in for evenings full of beautiful music in the park. FREE Admission! Performance by Jazz FM Youth Big Bandoutdoor live music brampton thursday night concert series
  11. Raptors 905 EventFriday August 9th at Erin Mills Town Centre
  12. Stuffies Beach Party Streetsville Fri Aug 9 | 3 pm
    Join us for stories, songs, rhymes and early literacy activities along with your favourite stuffed
    animal. Stuffies get to stay in the Library overnight so don’t forget to come back to pick them up! All Ages. 60 min.
  13. Makey Makey Storytelling August 9th 2:00-3:00PM at Cyril Clark Library
    Bring your illustrated story to life with sound effects! We’ll use Makey Makey and Scratch programming to take your storytelling to the next level. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts.

    Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)
  14. Crime Scene Science – Ching Branch August 9th 3:00 – 4:00PM
    Calling all detectives: the Art Gallery needs your help solving the Mystery of the Missing Painting! Learn about Crime Scene Science through fingerprint detection, pen and ink chromatography, footprint to height estimation, and more. Use your knowledge and creative problem solving skills to crack the case. Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts. Age Group(s): Children (9 – 12 years)
  15. Brampton Farmer’s MarketAugust 10th, 2019 –  Bugs, Pollinators, and Butterflies hosted by The City of Brampton Parks & Forestry Department
    The Brampton Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm, from June 15 until October 12, 2019. An estimated 70 vendors are expected throughout the course of the season. This year’s highlights include a new Artists’ Marketplace with arts, crafts, and handmade items for sale on Main Street South. Also, enjoy At the Market programming every week in Garden Square Brampton from 10 am to 12 pm. Take in feature demonstrations with everything from cooking to gardening, and live entertainment.
    Brampton Farmers Market downtown Brampton
  16. Home Depot Kids WorkshopAugust 10th – 10:00am-12:00pm
    Build a Rocket Pencil Box – FREE Hands-on Workshops designed for children ages 5 – 12. Held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at all The Home Depot stores. Each child can bring home a newly constructed project, an achievement pin and certificate. Register online to hold your spot
  17. Saturday night Movies in the SquareAugust 10:  7PM – Lego Movie 2: The Second Part  |  9PM – Crazy Rich Asians
    Bring the whole family for a double-header screening of two box office hits every Saturday evening. Come early (starting at 6 PM) to take part in pre-movie activities like meeting costumed characters, pop-up performances, giveaways, and more. Movies start at 7 PM and 9 PM. Bring your lawn chair and settle in for an evening full of family-friendly fun in Garden Square.
  18. Mini Golf in the Library: South Fletchers Library August 10th 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
    Working in small groups, children will create and design a nine-hole Mini Golf course and learn about architectural and engineering principles in the process. They’ll love seeing these principles in motion as the ball travels through the course and into the hole! Free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the program starts.
    Age Group(s): Children (6 -12 years)

 

August 12-18

Family Activities in Brampton August 12-18

  1. Shake Your Sillies Storytime at Courtneypark Mon Aug 12 | 2 pm
    Tap and stomp your feet to stories, songs and rhymes. Parents and caregivers are encouraged
    to participate as well! All Ages. 30 min.
  2. Sensory Play Storytime Woodlands Tue Aug 13 | 11 am *Register with Mississauga Library
    A combination of stories and songs with hands-on sensory play activities for children
    with a parent/caregiver. Ages 3-5. 45 min.
  3. LEGO – ROBOTICS ENGINEERING Summer Workshops for kids  at Erin Mills Town Centre August 6-30, Tuesdays & Thursdays (August 13th, 15th) *1Pm, 3Pm, 5PM (1 Hour workshops)
    Kids can learn about S.T.E.M. and build an Engineering LEGO model! Ages 6-14 are welcome. $20 fee per child per workshop. We offer exciting and rewarding programs for kids aged 6 -14 years. Greater Mississauga e2 Young Engineers enrichment programs are based on our exclusive EDUTAINMENT model (Education + Entertainment). Our teaching approach uses the world famous building blocks “LEGO@” incorporating it with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). LEGO@ and STEM gives a unique learning experience for kids, where they learn science and mathematics theoretical and practical concepts, taught in a fun way!!! We believe in the future of engineering and science, and the way those fields will change the world for the better! . The kids learn Science behind the machines and engineer them as motorized models. Click HERE to sign up for workshops!
  4. Crafts and Story Time: Meadowvale Aug 12 | 10 am
    Enjoy a storytime with your child and make a craft related to one of the stories you hear!
    All Ages (under 5 with a caregiver). 60 min. $2.
  5.  Crafts and Story Time: Clarkson Aug 14 | 2 pm
    Enjoy a storytime with your child and make a craft related to one of the stories you hear!
    All Ages (under 5 with a caregiver). 60 min. $2.
  6. Fresh Air Fitness – Celebration Square -> Wednesday, August 14th – Zumba 7:00pm to 8:00pm
    Join us at Mississauga Celebration Square for a variety of FREE outdoor fitness classes that are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities! New this year, all Fresh Air Fitness classes will incorporate injury and/or accessibility modifications for everyone to join in the fun!Youth Cycling Mississauga
  7. Cycling Club’s “NEXTWEEK Youth Grasstrack Program”  Wednesday, August 14  at Vista Heights Park, 89 Vista Blvd, Mississauga from 6:30 to 7:30pm – weather cancellations will be made by 4pm and announced on Midweek social media.
    For all riders aged 4-12 that can ride their bike unassisted in a straight line, NEXTWEEK offers an introduction to the fundamental skills of cycling through a blend of skill building exercises and games. Held on the grass of beautiful Vista Heights Park in Mississauga, NEXTWEEK is open to any aspiring youth with a bicycle (any shape or size that is in working condition), a helmet, and is looking to have some fun! Important: Enrolment limited to 25 riders so click the link above to sign up.
    Cost: Program – $0 a waiver must be signed by parent/guardian
  8. Heartlake Conservation Area Guided Walk – August 15th – 10:00am to 11:00am
    Looking for engaging ways to explore nature with your family this summer? Join TRCA for our guided nature walk series at Heart Lake Conservation Area. Explore a new and exciting nature theme each walk.

    • Hike Distance: 1.5 km
    • Difficulty: Easy to moderate
    • Trail Surface Type: Paved and natural
    • Age Range: Family Friendly (recommended for children ages 6 and up)
    • Meeting Place: Parking lot in front of the splash pad

    Bring your swimsuit! After the program, cool off by the pool and splash pad. Additional fees may apply.

    Regular park admission fees apply. Please see our website for admission prices—children under 14 are free!

  9. Mount Pleasant Village Farmers MarketAugust 15th , 2019 – Mount Pleasant Village Night Market takes place every Thursday from 4 to 8 pm from June 20 until October 10, 2019. More than 14 vendors including farmers, prepared food vendors, and artisans are expected throughout the course of the season, alongside weekly events and healthy lifestyle activities for the whole family.Brampton Farmers markets Mount pleasant village night market
  10. Thursday Night Concert SeriesAUGUST 15 – JAZZ MECHANICS – 7-9pm – Gage Park – Come and join in for evenings full of beautiful music in the park. FREE Admission! Performance by Jazz FM Youth Big Bandoutdoor live music brampton thursday night concert series
  11. Brampton Farmer’s MarketAugust 17: Cooking At The Market  – The Brampton Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm, from June 15 until October 12, 2019. An estimated 70 vendors are expected throughout the course of the season. This year’s highlights include a new Artists’ Marketplace with arts, crafts, and handmade items for sale on Main Street South. Also, enjoy At the Market programming every week in Garden Square Brampton from 10 am to 12 pm. Take in feature demonstrations with everything from cooking to gardening, and live entertainment. Brampton Farmers Market downtown Brampton
    Brampton Children and Youth Festival
  12.  Brampton Children and Youth FestivalAugust 17-18th 12-8PM at Roselea Park
    VISITORS WILL ENJOY: Arts & Crafts – Jumping Castle – Performances – Talent shows – Youth film screening – Food vendors – Info Booths – Family Fun – Interactive Games – Activity Stations – Face Painting – Contests – Heath & wellness and lot more give aways!
    Entrance: Kids under 12 are FREE, Adults are $2.50, Early Bird Play All Day Pass – $10.00 (includes rides for 1 day), Early Bird Play All Day 2 Day Pass – $15.00 (includes rides for both days).Buskerfest Port Credit
  13. Port Credit BuskerfestAugust 17th-18th at  Port Street Market 125 Lakeshore Road East
    Presenting the most sought after circus-type acts in the world; featuring high energy circle shows and eccentric roving characters throughout The Village and the best part is that its all by DONATION, pay what you can afford! These are some of the best performers I have ever seen and many rival Cirque du Soleil quality. Multiple shows going on at one time so drop by what you want to see and enjoy live street performances.

    Drop by for some super-fun activities and spectacular shows, geared at the little folks! Activities include: interactive shows, face painting, bubbles bash, balloon artists, juggling workshops and MORE!
    Open: Friday Aug 16, 2019 @ 7pm – 10pm, Saturday Aug 17, 2019 @ 1pm – 7pm

  14. Friday Night Fire Show: Part of Port Credit Buskerfest Friday Aug 16, 2019 @ 10:45pm
    Here is your only chance to see these two great acts, in one great BIG show! Incendia Motus and Zap Circus will join forces to create a jaw dropping fire show that will have you on the edge of your seats! Watch as theses skilled performers jump through hoops, eat flames and defy logic; as they juggle and throw burning torches while balanced way above the crowds. Whatta way to end the evening!
  15. Saturday night Movies in the Square August 17:  7PM – Zootopia  |  9PM – Bumblebee
    Bring the whole family for a double-header screening of two box office hits every Saturday evening. Come early (starting at 6 PM) to take part in pre-movie activities like meeting costumed characters, pop-up performances, giveaways, and more. Movies start at 7 PM and 9 PM. Bring your lawn chair and settle in for an evening full of family-friendly fun in Garden Square.

August 19-26

Fun Things to Do In Brampton August 19-26

  1. LEGO – ROBOTICS ENGINEERING Summer Workshops for kids  at Erin Mills Town Centre August 6-30, Tuesdays & Thursdays (August 20th, 22nd) *1Pm, 3Pm, 5PM (1 Hour workshops)
    Kids can learn about S.T.E.M. and build an Engineering LEGO model! Ages 6-14 are welcome. $20 fee per child per workshop. We offer exciting and rewarding programs for kids aged 6 -14 years. Greater Mississauga e2 Young Engineers enrichment programs are based on our exclusive EDUTAINMENT model (Education + Entertainment). Our teaching approach uses the world famous building blocks “LEGO@” incorporating it with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). LEGO@ and STEM gives a unique learning experience for kids, where they learn science and mathematics theoretical and practical concepts, taught in a fun way!!! We believe in the future of engineering and science, and the way those fields will change the world for the better! . The kids learn Science behind the machines and engineer them as motorized models. Click HERE to sign up for workshops!
  2. Fresh Air Fitness – Celebration Square -> Wednesday, August 21st – Bootcamp 7:00pm to 8:00pm
    Join us at Mississauga Celebration Square for a variety of FREE outdoor fitness classes that are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities! New this year, all Fresh Air Fitness classes will incorporate injury and/or accessibility modifications for everyone to join in the fun!Youth Cycling Mississauga
  3. Midweek Cycling Club’s “NEXTWEEK Youth Grasstrack Program”  Wednesday, August 21st at Vista Heights Park, 89 Vista Blvd, Mississauga from 6:30 to 7:30pm – weather cancellations will be made by 4pm and announced on Midweek social media.
    For all riders aged 4-12 that can ride their bike unassisted in a straight line, NEXTWEEK offers an introduction to the fundamental skills of cycling through a blend of skill building exercises and games. Held on the grass of beautiful Vista Heights Park in Mississauga, NEXTWEEK is open to any aspiring youth with a bicycle (any shape or size that is in working condition), a helmet, and is looking to have some fun! Important: Enrolment limited to 25 riders so click the link above to sign up.
    Cost: Program – $0 a waiver must be signed by parent/guardian
  4. Thursday Night Concert SeriesAUGUST 22 – BRAMPTON MUSIC THEATRE – 7-9pm – Gage Park – Come and join in for evenings full of beautiful music in the park. FREE Admission! Performance by Jazz FM Youth Big Bandoutdoor live music brampton thursday night concert series
    Hockey Night in Brampton
  5. Hockey Night in Brampton: Thursday August 22nd at 7PM at the CAA Arena
    Launched in 2019 by Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown, Hockey Night in Brampton is a Charity Hockey Game proudly supporting the Cardiology Program at Brampton Civic Hospital, through the William Osler Health System Foundation. Brampton NHLers include: Scott Wedgewood, Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano, and Nick and Bret Richie. Enjoy a fun night of hockey for a Local Cause!
  6. Mount Pleasant Village Farmers MarketAugust 22nd – Mount Pleasant Village Night Market takes place every Thursday from 4 to 8 pm from June 20 until October 10, 2019. More than 14 vendors including farmers, prepared food vendors, and artisans are expected throughout the course of the season, alongside weekly events and healthy lifestyle activities for the whole family.Brampton Farmers markets Mount pleasant village night market
  7. Brampton Farmer’s MarketAugust 24: Dance Workshops hosted by The City of Brampton Recreation Department
    The Brampton Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm, from June 15 until October 12, 2019. An estimated 70 vendors are expected throughout the course of the season. This year’s highlights include a new Artists’ Marketplace with arts, crafts, and handmade items for sale on Main Street South. Also, enjoy At the Market programming every week in Garden Square Brampton from 10 am to 12 pm. Take in feature demonstrations with everything from cooking to gardening, and live entertainment.
    Brampton Farmers Market downtown Brampton
    4. Saturday night Movies in the Square August 24:  7PM – Dumbo  |  9PM – Captain Marvel
    Bring the whole family for a double-header screening of two box office hits every Saturday evening. Come early (starting at 6 PM) to take part in pre-movie activities like meeting costumed characters, pop-up performances, giveaways, and more. Movies start at 7 PM and 9 PM. Bring your lawn chair and settle in for an evening full of family-friendly fun in Garden Square.

August 27-31

Activities in Brampton August 27-31

  1. LEGO – ROBOTICS ENGINEERING Summer Workshops for kids  at Erin Mills Town Centre August 6-30, Tuesdays & Thursdays (August 27th, 29th) *1Pm, 3Pm, 5PM (1 Hour workshops)
    Kids can learn about S.T.E.M. and build an Engineering LEGO model! Ages 6-14 are welcome. $20 fee per child per workshop. We offer exciting and rewarding programs for kids aged 6 -14 years. Greater Mississauga e2 Young Engineers enrichment programs are based on our exclusive EDUTAINMENT model (Education + Entertainment). Our teaching approach uses the world famous building blocks “LEGO@” incorporating it with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). LEGO@ and STEM gives a unique learning experience for kids, where they learn science and mathematics theoretical and practical concepts, taught in a fun way!!! We believe in the future of engineering and science, and the way those fields will change the world for the better! . The kids learn Science behind the machines and engineer them as motorized models. Click HERE to sign up for workshops!
  2. Fresh Air Fitness – Celebration Square -> Wednesday, August 28th – Yoga 7:00pm to 8:00pm
    Join us at Mississauga Celebration Square for a variety of FREE outdoor fitness classes that are suitable for all fitness levels and abilities! New this year, all Fresh Air Fitness classes will incorporate injury and/or accessibility modifications for everyone to join in the fun!Youth Cycling Mississauga
  3. Midweek Cycling Club’s “NEXTWEEK Youth Grasstrack Program”  Wednesday, August 28th  at Vista Heights Park, 89 Vista Blvd, Mississauga from 6:30 to 7:30pm – weather cancellations will be made by 4pm and announced on Midweek social media.
    For all riders aged 4-12 that can ride their bike unassisted in a straight line, NEXTWEEK offers an introduction to the fundamental skills of cycling through a blend of skill building exercises and games. Held on the grass of beautiful Vista Heights Park in Mississauga, NEXTWEEK is open to any aspiring youth with a bicycle (any shape or size that is in working condition), a helmet, and is looking to have some fun! Important: Enrolment limited to 25 riders so click the link above to sign up.
    Cost: Program – $0 a waiver must be signed by parent/guardian
  4. Thursday Night Concert SeriesAUGUST 29 – BRAMPTON CONCERT BAND – 7-9pm – Gage Park – Come and join in for evenings full of beautiful music in the park. FREE Admission! Performance by Jazz FM Youth Big Bandoutdoor live music brampton thursday night concert series
  5. Cineplex Family Favourites MoviesAug 31, 2019 – Ugly Dolls $2.99 family favourite movies continue every Saturday at 11:00 a.m. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy time with your family and friends! A portion of the proceeds goes towards supporting WE Charity.
  6. Brampton Food Truck Festival: AUG 30: 5PM – 10PM, AUG 31: 12PM – 10PM, and SEP 1: 12PM – 8PM
    Ching Park
    Brampton Food Truck Festival is expanding to 3 days! 40 Food Trucks will be serving up some of the best food from around the country, this is a festival you won’t want to miss! Show some of your Brampton love by bringing your friends and family. Oh and don’t forget, there will be FREE ADMISSION, local performers, cold beer and eating challenges geared to entertain the masses!
  7. Brampton Farmer’s MarketAugust 31st
    The Brampton Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 7 am to 1 pm, from June 15 until October 12, 2019. An estimated 70 vendors are expected throughout the course of the season. This year’s highlights include a new Artists’ Marketplace with arts, crafts, and handmade items for sale on Main Street South. Also, enjoy At the Market programming every week in Garden Square Brampton from 10 am to 12 pm. Take in feature demonstrations with everything from cooking to gardening, and live entertainment.
    Brampton Farmers Market downtown Brampton
  8. Saturday night Movies in the Square August 31:  7PM – Despicable Me 3  |  9PM – Ocean’s Eight​
    Bring the whole family for a double-header screening of two box office hits every Saturday evening. Come early (starting at 6 PM) to take part in pre-movie activities like meeting costumed characters, pop-up performances, giveaways, and more. Movies start at 7 PM and 9 PM. Bring your lawn chair and settle in for an evening full of family-friendly fun in Garden Square.

If you are looking for Fun Things to Do in Brampton In August we have you covered. Family activities, events and more are all listed here. We will add new activities and events as we see them – so check back for more fun this summer in Brampton and Mississauga.

 

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Want to be in know for all of the local events and activities in the Greater Toronto Area for families? Join the FREE information packed The Exploring Family Monthly Newsletter. Every month we will send you a roundup of great things to do with your family, easy recipes and giveaways!

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