Don’t miss Mississauga Polish Day on June 9

This Saturday, June 9, you can be Polish for a day at the Mississauga Polish Day festival.

The city’s annual Polish cultural festival offers a full day (from noon to 11 p.m.) of music, dance, an art studio, film screenings, traditional food (think sausages, pierogies, cabbage rolls, sauerkraut and more!) and children’s village at Mississauga Celebration Square (300 City Centre Dr.), right near the Mississauga City Centre Transit Terminal.

“This year, we are celebrating 100 years of Poland’s regained independence. Expect a full day of exciting attractions for visitors of all ages and backgrounds!” says the festival website.

Entrance and parking are free.

Mississauga Polish Day is hosted by the non-profit Canadian Polish Congress – Mississauga District. One of the organization’s main goals is to promote Polish culture, language, tradition and knowledge of Polish contributions within Canada in the spirit of multiculturalism.