Parks & Recreation Programs
Sponsoring Brampton’s recreation programs helps provide our
community with an assortment of recreational experiences.
- Skating Sponsorship
During the winter season, Brampton has a variety of free outdoor skating rinks. In addition to the free skates, there are multiple learn-to-skate programs that take place at our facilities. Talk to us about how to sponsor skating in Brampton.
- Swimming Sponsorship
Available at most community centres, swimming programs provide opportunities for all ages. Programs vary depending on location, and range from swimming lessons, lane swims, female or male-only lessons, Brampton Lifesaving Club, aqua fit and aquatic therapy. Talk to us about how you can sponsor our swimming programs today.
- STEM Sponsorship
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs focus on giving our youth exposure to activities that stimulate the intellect. These programs range from LEGO robotics, video game designing, hands-on math, science and technology activities. STEM gives youth an opportunity to innovate and explore new ideas, develop problem-solving abilities and gain critical thinking skills. Contact us for details on how to sponsor STEM in Brampton.
Sponsor the green initiatives of Brampton and help in creating a healthy, livable and safe community. Let’s work together to ensure the environment that we all live, work and play in stays healthy for current and future generations.
- Plant 1-Million Trees
Contact us to learn how you can sponsor Brampton’s initiative to plant one million trees.
- Community Gardens
Throughout Brampton, there are four community garden locations that allow our residents to get in touch with their green thumb. Each garden location caters to about 150 individuals. Over the next two years, our goal is to build two more gardens. Contact us for more details in sponsoring a community garden.
- Seedy Saturday
Typically held in March right before growing season, this event has been running for the past 7 years. Located at Century Gardens Recreation Centre, it’s considered to be a Gardeners Trade Show, where over 1000 gardeners gather to get their seed supplies for the season.
- School Environment Programs
Every school year, a City staff member visits approximately 20 schools in Brampton to speak to over 3000 students on environment initiatives, tree planting and invasive species. This interactive lesson gets Brampton youth involved with solving some of the environmental issues facing the community.
- Bike to Work Day
Typically held at the end of May, this annual celebration is a kick-off event for Bike to Work month promoting cycling as a viable and healthy option for commuting to work. This year’s event marked the 7th annual celebration in Brampton.
- Bike the Creek
Aimed at encouraging people of all ages to discover the joys of cycling, this free-to-attend event begins in June, while taking place throughout the summer at various trail locations.