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Saito holds 5th Annual Seniors’ Information Fair

Mississauga – As part of June Seniors’ Month, Ward 9 Councillor Pat Saito is once again holding her annual Seniors’ Information Fair on Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Meadowvale Community Centre located at 6955 Glen Erin Drive, Mississauga, ON.

Last year over 1,000 seniors attended the fair at the Meadowvale Community Centre making it the largest yet with over 35 exhibits.  This is the 5th year Saito has held the Information Fair to provide seniors in the Ward 9 community with information on a variety of topics and services.

“Our seniors today want all the information they can get and it is important that we make that information as available as possible so they can lead healthy and active lives.  The Information Fair provides practical information on health services, nutrition, support for seniors living at home, safety and more.” said Saito.

Visitors to the Seniors’ Fair will enjoy free refreshments and a large number of displays and giveaways.  This year more than 45 agencies and organizations are participating including:

Alzheimer Society of Peel – CARP – City of Mississauga 311 – City of Mississauga Accessibility – City of Mississauga Older Adults – CNIB – Eden Food for Change – Feng Hua Senior Association – Greensaver – Heart House Hospice – Heritage Glen – In Our Care Home Care Services – Meadowvale Seniors’ Social Club – Meadowvale Neighbours’ Café – Mississauga Fire and Emergency Service –Mississauga Halton CCAC – Mississauga Steelheads – MiWay – Ontario Seniors Secretariat – Peel Access to Housing – Peel Paramedics – Peel Regional Police –Peel Accessibility Planning –Peel Health Services – Retire-At-Home Services – Victorian Order of Nurses – Village of Erin Meadows – Sahara Seniors and many more…

For more information contact Councillor Saito at 905-896-5900 or pat.saito@mississauga.ca or www.ward9.ca.

A Tourist’s Guide to Mississauga

Explore the top five unique neighbourhoods of the city.

Now that the snow has finally melted, it’s time to explore what Mississauga has to offer. From the spectacular waterfront to the exciting downtown core, Mississauga has many communities with their own distinct identity. Take the time to visit these five districts filled with heritage houses, modern construction and beautiful parks that shape the city.

  1. Clarkson
Benares Historic House
Benares Historic House in Clarkson

Clarkson is the oldest Mississauga community and features a wide variety of shops, restaurants and services. Just a short distance away is Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, where the trail leads you through mature forests, floodplain features and a green ash swamp. To learn more about the history of the area, travel back in time with a visit to the Bradley Museum and the Benares Historic House.

  1. Downtown
Mississauga Civic Centre
Mississauga Civic Centre in City Centre

At the heart of the city, Mississauga’s downtown is home to the Civic CentreCelebration Square, the Central Library, the Living Arts Centre, the Art Gallery of Mississauga and Ontario’s largest shopping mall, Square One Shopping Centre. It’s always buzzing with activities, festivals and concerts for everyone to enjoy. Whether you love shopping, entertainment or learning, downtown Mississauga has it all.

  1. Meadowvale
Meadowvale Theatre
Meadowvale Theatre

Meadowvale is one of the most active communities in Mississauga, filled with many parks and trails. To get your body moving, stop at Lake Aquitaine Park for stunning views of a man-made lake and get your workout on at the six exercise stations around the pathway loop. If you love live performances, check out Meadowvale Theatre to experience all aspects of the performing arts, including music, drama, comedy, dance and musical theatre.

  1. Port Credit
Port Credit Harbour
Beautiful Port Credit Harbour on Lake Ontario

As one of the city’s top cultural, entertainment and culinary districts, Port Credit’s old fashioned atmosphere is an incredible experience in Mississauga. With over 400 shops and exceptional restaurants as well as exciting festivals and events, this lakeside neighbourhood is a place you can’t miss. For nature lovers, the Waterfront Trail runs through Port Credit and offers popular paths for walking, cycling and rollerblading in the city.

  1. Streetsville
Streetsville Village Square
Streetsville Village Square

Streetsville has a small town charm that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. It’s a beautiful neighbourhood with many restaurants, bakeries and cafés that offer an assortment of dining options from formal afternoon tea to casual fish and chips. This lively area is a great place to discover, whether you are meeting for a coffee, enjoying an ice cream or listening to a musical performance.

Pick up a map, grab a friend and go explore these wonderful parts of Mississauga. To learn more about what the city has to offer, visit discovermississauga.ca.

Meadowvale Community Centre and Library Welcomes Back Residents as it Officially Reopens to the Public

Residents are invited back to Meadowvale Community Centre and Library to celebrate the building’s reopening. Residents now have convenient access to both recreational and library services in a more efficient and cost-effective space. Throughout the day there will be a variety of programs, activities and demonstrations for residents and visitors to enjoy.

What: The official reopening of Meadowvale Community Centre and Library

When: Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Continue reading Meadowvale Community Centre and Library Welcomes Back Residents as it Officially Reopens to the Public