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Lots to do this summer in Brampton

​There’s no shortage of things to do this summer in Brampton.  You can always find out what’s going on at, and now we have a new Tourism Kiosk. Located at Brampton City Hall on the ground floor, the new kiosk is open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm and Saturdays from 7:00am to 1:00pm, from now until October 8, 2016.

Here are some summer highlights for both residents and visitors.
July 14 - 16
Classic Cars and Legendary Stars
August 28 & 29
Brampton Wingfest
Unplugged Mondays
Mondays – June 27 – August 29
Inspirational Music In The Park
Tuesdays – June, July, August
Youth Vibes
Wednesdays – June 29 – August 31
Investors Group Thursday Night Concert Series
Thursdays – June, July, August
Throwback Films
Thursdays – July 7 – September 1
Artist Spotlight Concert Series
Fridays – July 8 – September 1
Brampton Farmers’ Market
Saturdays – June 18 to October 8
Movies under the Stars: Family Favourites
Saturdays – July 9 - September 3
Blue Jay Sundays
Will run during professional baseball season
Chinguacousy Music in the Park, Summer Concert Series
Sundays – June, July, August
Treetop Trekking
Try out the aerial courses and zip lines high up in the trees at Heart Lake Conservation Area.  You can even zip line across the lake and back.
10818 Heart Lake Rd.
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
Fun for all of the family, including: petting zoo, mini-golf, splash pad, skateboard park, beach volleyball courts and more.
9050 Bramalea Rd.
Professor’s Lake
Be active or relax at Brampton’s beach.  Try out the waterslide; rent a canoe, kayak or paddle board; play a game of beach volleyball with your friends; or just relax on the sand; it’s all up to you.
1660 North Park Dr.
Heart Lake Conservation Area
Try out your fishing rod at Heart Lake Conservation Area.
10818 Heart Lake Rd.
For more things to do in Brampton this summer visit