This Weekend in Brampton

Looking for something to do this weekend in Brampton?


Friday, September 22

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.

An Evening With Spirit (Rose Theatre - 1 Theatre Lane)
Join us for an evening of adventure from beyond! Meet two of Canada’s top mediums Mary-Anne Kennedy and Lynn Zammit, sharing messages from loved ones in spirit, and demonstrating proof of life after life. Experience the healing of knowing that your loved ones are still part of your life and are well and at peace on the other side.

Across Canada by Song (Sanderson Hall, St. Paul’s United Church - 30 Main St. South)
Coffee-House style folk music concert. Tonight: "Across Canada by Song" - A Sesquicentennial Journey with Mike Ford. We are very excited to kick off our 14th season with a very special all Canadian Concert. Mike will be playing a fun high energy mix of well-known Canadian covers with his own creative original songs about Canada's history and culture. Opening act: Glenn McFarlane, who'll do his own special brand of Canadian songs.


Saturday, September 23


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!

Farmers’ Market (Downtown Core - Main Street)
Residents can purchase an array of fresh produce, baked goods, prepared foods, and artisan made goods straight from the producer. This week, join Chef Jason Russo from J. Red & Co. as he shops within the Farmers Market and prepares a great dish from his finds … right here in Garden Square!

Saturday Night Movies (Garden Square - 12 Main St North)
Cars 3 @ 7 p.m.

Fletchers Creek SNAP Tree Planting Event (Chris Gibson Recreation Centre Auditorium - 125 McLaughlin Rd)
Credit Valley Conservation is hosting a community tree planting event at Chris Gibson Park. The event is open to all, experts and beginners alike and no experience is needed. We will provide shovels and gloves, but if you have your own please bring them. Sturdy footwear and long pants are required. This event will run rain or shine.

Indigenous Day Celebration (Brampton Fairgrounds - 12942 Heart Lake Rd)
Oneida Circle was proud to host Brampton’s 1st Indigenous People’s Day in the City of Brampton June 21st 2017. Now, more speakers and music are coming to the fairgrounds this weekend. It’s a completely free family event - the second Annual Traditional Pow Wow & Indigenous Artist Showcase.

Community Parks Day (Allan Kerbel Park - 60 Brickyard Way)
Free Community Event at Allan Kerbel Park, tree planting, information booths, kid’s games and a free BBQ!


Sunday, September 24

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

Blue Jays Sundays (Garden Square - 12 Main Street North)
Catch the Jays game on the big screen in the Square.

Fall Crafts Workshop Series (PAMA - 9 Wellington St W)
Transform beads and buttons into wearable art. Join this jewellery workshop to design a one of a kind work of art. All materials included.

Indigenous Day Celebration (Brampton Fairgrounds - 12942 Heart Lake Rd)
Oneida Circle was proud to host Brampton’s 1st Indigenous People’s Day in the City of Brampton June 21st 2017. Now, more speakers and music are coming to the fairgrounds this weekend. It’s a completely free family event - the second Annual Traditional Pow Wow & Indigenous Artist Showcase.

The Big Walk For Cancer Support (Chinguacousy Park - 9050 Bramlea Rd)
Join us for the Big Walk for Cancer Support on Sunday September 24, 2017 at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton. This event will bring together members of the community to support those living with Cancer and their loved ones. Enjoy a day of food, refreshments, music, Kids Korner with face painting, crafts, and a fun photo booth!

Kidney Walk (Loafer’s Lake - 30 Loafer’s Lake Lane)
The Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walks are the largest community fundraising event in Ontario dedicated to raising funds for innovative research, vital programs, and services that support people living with kidney disease.

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