This Weekend in Brampton

Looking for something to do this weekend in Brampton?


Friday, September 28

Live Music at The Frigate & Firkin (The Frigate & Firkin - 378 Queen St E)
The Frigate & Firkin hosts live music, a DJ, and a fully stocked bar on Fridays.

DJ and Dancing at Keltic Rock (Keltic Rock - 180 Sandalwood Parkway East)
Full bar, live music, DJ, jukebox, karaoke, dancing.

Live Music at Oscar’s (Oscar’s Roadhouse - 1785 Queen St E)
Enjoy live music and good food at Oscar’s starting at 10 p.m.

Current PAMA exhibits (PAMA - 9 Wellington Street East)
Take a stroll through the art gallery, the museum, and the changing exhibitions!

Culture Days (Various)
For one weekend only, a ton of arts and culture events are taking over the entire city, all day, every day.
Learn about how provincial issues impact your business on September 28th at the Hilton Garden Inn in Brampton. Register today!
Imagine by Our Wave Hub (Brampton City Hall)
Leveraging the power and potential of technology, this hackathon is aimed at creating a platform for entrepreneurs to come together and act on their beliefs to brainstorm & create solutions to prepare us for the future of work.

Saturday, September 29


Live Music at Jake’s Boathouse (Jake’s Boathouse - 59 First Gulf Blvd)
Full bar, live music, and dancing!

PAMA's Family Fun Activities (PAMA - 9 Wellington Street East)
Guide your kids through art projects at PAMA and inspire creativity!

Current PAMA exhibits (PAMA - 9 Wellington Street East)
Take a stroll through the art gallery, the museum, and the changing exhibitions!

Downtown Brampton Farmers’ Market (Main St.)
Saturday mornings from 7 a.m.-1 p.m., you can expect vendors to set up tents along Main Street North and South between Nelson Street and Wellington Street. More than 50 unique vendors are gearing up to sell local produce, crafts, baked goods, prepared foods and hand-made products at the market this year.

Brampton Fall Book Fest (Shoppers World - 499 Main St S)
The Brampton Fall Book Fest will take place on Saturday, September 29, from 1-5pm at Shoppers World. The Book Fest will feature 12 local authors and spoken word poets reading from their work and sharing their stories. Children’s authors will appear between 1-3, and adult authors will read between 3-5. Books will be available for sale and there will be children’s activities as well. Come out to this fun FREE book event—there’s something for the whole family to enjoy!
Free Musical Happy Hour with Burlington Welsh Male Chorus (Grace United Church - 156 Main St N)
Burlington Welsh Male Chorus. Traditional and contemporary music.
Culture Days (Various)
For one weekend only, a ton of arts and culture events are taking over the entire city, all day, every day.
Community Tree Planting - Sid Manser Park (Sid Manser Park - 7840 Creditview Rd)
Join CVC for a fun morning of tree planting tree planting and caring for our natural areas. Together we will improve our natural areas, and promote local engagement and environmental awareness.
Caring Across Boundaries: A Photography Exhibition First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada (PAMA - 9 Wellington St E)
Discover some positive ways to be engaged in Reconciliation in the Caring Across Boundaries exhibition. Curated by Aboriginal child rights advocate Cindy Blackstock, it features Liam Sharp's photographs of daily life in three First Nations Communities.


Sunday, September 30


PAMA's Family Fun Activities (PAMA - 9 Wellington Street East)
Guide your kids through art projects at PAMA and inspire creativity!

Current PAMA exhibits (PAMA - 9 Wellington Street East)
Take a stroll through the art gallery, the museum, and the changing exhibitions!

Children’s Reading with Nahid Kazemi (PAMA - 9 Wellington St E)
Join the Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) as we present children's author Nahid Kazemi for a reading of her children's book, I'm GLAD THAT YOU'RE HAPPY, followed by a children's activity and craft. Event is free but space is limited: register today on the FOLD website.
Brampton YMCA Grand Unveiling (YMCA - 20 Union Street)
Join us on September 30 to explore our newly upgraded facilities and enjoy!
Kidlit Writing Workshop with Nahid Kazemi (PAMA - 9 Wellington St E)
The Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) is pleased to present a FREE kidlit workshop with children's author Nahid Kazemi. Want to make it in the world of writing kidlit? Join Nahid for an informative, fun workshop on the dos and don'ts of writing kidlit. Workshop is free but space is limited: register today at the FOLD website.
Culture Days (Various)
For one weekend only, a ton of arts and culture events are taking over the entire city, all day, every day.
The Powerade Centre is now the CAA Centre - join CAA for its grand reopening!

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