June Ward 2 E-Newsletter
Walk and Roll Mississauga
Are you looking for a fun, active morning with your kids? Join me for Walk & Roll Kids, a fun free event created to give families (kids ages 5 to 15) the opportunity to enjoy an active morning in the park.

Participants can choose between a 1 km and 2.5 km walk, or a 2.5 km and 5 km ride and roll. Everyone will receive a prize and ice-cream at the finish line.

Date: Sunday June 19 th
Time: 9:45 – 11:00 am
Location: Jack Darling Memorial Park
Schedule of events:
9:45 am – Registration open
10:00 am – Start
10:30 – 11:00 am – Prizes & Ice-cream at the finish line

Route: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1065138608

Registration: Please register at https://goo.gl/CvvZDl. Space is limited so please register early. Registration closes Friday, June 10th.

Summer in the Village
The Clarkson BIA Invites you to stroll the streets and experience what our local businesses have to offer. Sample foods from local restaurants and take advantage of special offers at the sidewalk sales. Enjoy music and fun activities plus check out the Antique Car Show.

When: Saturday, June 25th, noon to 3 pm
Neighbours Night Out
Join us on June 21, 2016, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Clarkson Community Centre (2475 Truscott Drive) for Neighbours Night Out 2016! An annual community block party thrown by Safe City Mississauga, this event aims to provide crime prevention information to all residents, while they enjoy an evening of free food, entertainment, activities, and give aways!

Visit www.safecitymississauga.on.ca for more information - see you there! 
June is Seniors' Month
June 2016 marks the 32nd anniversary of Seniors’ Month in Ontario. To recognize the important role seniors play in our communities, this year’s theme is “Seniors Making a Difference”.
Seniors’ Month is an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding contributions of Mississauga’s older adults and put the spotlight on the local services and programs available in our community to assist older adults to live as independently as possible.  
Community Centres and Libraries across the City are celebrating their older adults through a wide variety of events and activities. In addition an Older Adult Appreciation Week will be held from June 12-18. During this week, the city’s older adults will be enjoying special offers, such as discounts at City-run golf courses and refreshments at Community Centres.

For more information and a listing of all the Seniors’ Month events, please visit: http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/olderadults

Play in the Park - Clarkson Park
Have you started thinking about summer and how to entertain the kids? If so, this City of Mississauga program is very popular…and free!
The Play in the Park program is a summer drop-in program that is offered throughout the City, in Clarkson Park for Ward 2 residents. The program operates five days a week for the duration of the summer and offers children the chance to meet new friends, build relationships, have fun, be active and enjoy the outdoors in a safe and friendly environment. The program is a no cost, supervised, come as you please program for children aged 6-12 years. Play in the Park begins July 4th through to September 2nd.

For more information, please follow this link.

Summertime Fun at Spray Pads, Pools and Parks
With temperatures rising and summer well on its way, Mississauga residents looking to cool off can beat the heat at one of Mississauga's spray pads, pools and parks.  
Spray Pads

On May 28, Mississauga opened its 18 spray pads for children to enjoy all summer long - weather permitting (Lake Aquitaine Park is closed for renovations). All spray pads are unsupervised and open at 9 a.m., except for Lakefront Promenade Marina Park which opens at 10 a.m. For more information on spray parks available in your neighbourhood, visit: eparks.ca.


City-operated pools are safe and supervised by highly-trained staff. The City operates 11 indoor pools that are open all year (Meadowvale Community Centre pool is currently closed and set to re-open in fall 2016). Indoor pools offer a variety of aquatic programs, drop-in swims and lessons for all ages. Mississauga also has seven City-operated outdoor pools that offer a place to relax with family and friends. Outdoor pools are set to open on June 25.

 For more information about City pools and locations, visit: mississauga.ca/swimming.


The summer is a perfect time to discover one of the city’s many scenic parks. Enjoy a picnic, go for a stroll or relax under the shade of some trees.

For more information about city parks and amenities, visit: eparks.ca.