Celebrate Victoria Day
The day is celebrated across Canada, honouring Queen Victoria's birthday. It is a day that traditionally involves family and community gathering and celebratory fireworks.
As weather warms up we can still get outside but remember to continue the practise of physical distancing. Your immediate family, who you share your home with, can plan an outdoor meal, bbq or picnic. Set up on the front lawn, wave to your neighbours, have a good time.
This is the first year Brampton is celebrating Victoria Day together. Our celebration includes family-friendly online activities, local foods offering contactless pick-up or delivery and a countdown at 7:50PM to virtual fireworks!
We encourage everyone to celebrate while practicing safe physical distancing and here are some ideas to get you started.
Hey Brampton, let’s eat!
Stay connected with your community while physically distancing by staying home this weekend and ordering from your local restaurants.
Create a dining experience – make it a different and memorable one – picnic on the front lawn, driveway or backyard or set a fancy kitchen or dining table. Reach out to family and friends virtually to join you. Be inspired - support each other while acting responsibly and following all physical distancing and gathering practices.
Or create the meal yourself. Time to fire up that BBQ, create a lovely spring menu, update last summers favourites. It’s time!
Use #BramptonTogether in your social media posts to join the online festivities, with an opportunity to be featured on our webpage!