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2014 World Cup at Mississauga’s Celebration Square

Watch the World Cup 2014 with your community on jumbo TV screens

Watch the World Cup 2014 with your community on jumbo TV screens

2014 World Cup at Mississauga’s Celebration Square is the place to be.The Square has been granted the rights to stream select 2014 World Cup Games on two jumbo screens from the group stage to the semi-finals. The action gets under way today with opening ceremonies at 2:00pm followed by the first match between Brazil and Croatia at 4:00pm. It will be the first time the World Cup will be shown at The Square since it opened in 2011.

Here is the schedule of games shown at the Square:

Thursday, June 12
Brazil vs Croatia — 4pm

Friday, June 13
Spain vs Netherlands — 3pm
Chile vs Australia — 6pm

Saturday, June 14
Columbia vs Greece — 12pm
Uruguay vs Costa Rica — 3pm
England vs Italy — 6pm
Ivory Coast vs Japan — 9pm

Sunday, June 15
Switzerland vs Ecuador — 12pm
France vs Honduras — 3pm
Argentina vs Bosnia-Herzegovina — 6pm

Monday, June 16
Germany vs Portugal — 12pm
Iran vs Nigeria — 3pm
Ghana vs United States — 6pm

Tuesday, June 17
Belgium vs Algeria — 12pm
Brazil vs Mexico — 3pm
Russia vs South Korea — 6pm
Wednesday, June 18
Australia vs Netherlands — 12pm
Spain vs Chile — 3pm
Cameroon vs Croatia — 6pm

Thursday, June 19
Columbia vs Ivory Coast — 12pm
Uruguay vs England — 3pm
Japan vs Greece — 6pm

Friday, June 20
Italy vs Costa Rica — 12pm
Switzerland vs France — 3pm
Honduras vs Ecuador — 6pm

Saturday, June 21
Games will not be shown due to the previously
scheduled festival Hungama (Celebrate!)

Sunday, June 22
Belgium vs Russia — 12pm
South Korea vs Algeria — 3pm
United States vs Portugal — 6pm

Monday, June 23
Australia vs Spain — 12pm OR
Netherlands vs Chile — 12pm
Croatia vs Mexico — 4pm OR
Cameroon vs Brazil — 4pm

Tuesday, June 24
Italy vs Uruguay — 12pm OR
Costa Rica vs England — 12pm
Japan vs Columbia — 4pm OR
Greece vs Ivory Coast — 4pm

Wednesday, June 25
Nigeria vs Argentina — 12pm OR
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Iran — 12pm
Honduras vs Switzerland — 4pm OR
Ecuador vs France — 4pm
Thursday, June 26
United States vs Germany — 12pm OR
Portugal vs Ghana — 12pm
South Korea vs Belgium — 4pm OR
Algeria vs Russia — 4pm

Saturday, June 28
Group A Winner vs Group B Runner-up — 12pm
Group C Winner vs Group D Runner-up — 4pm

Sunday, June 29 & Monday, June 30
Games will not be shown due to the previously
scheduled Canada Day event set up

Tuesday, July 1
Games will not be shown due to the previously
scheduled Canada Day Celebration

Friday, July 4
Winner Match 53 vs Winner Match 54 — 12pm
Winner Match 49 vs Winner Match 50 — 4pm

Saturday, July 5
Winner Match 55 vs Winner Match 56 — 12pm
Winner Match 51 vs Winner Match 52 — 4pm

Tuesday, July 8
Winner Match 57 vs Winner Match 58 — 4pm

Wednesday, July 9
Winner Match 59 vs Winner Match 60 — 4pm

Saturday, July 12 & Sunday, July 13
Games will not be shown at Celebration Square.
There is an event scheduled in Toronto which has
the exclusive public viewing rights in the GTA.

Mississauga Waterfront Festival 2014: June 13-15

Missisauga Waterfront Festival is a great annual event that provides donations that help organizations with their outreach programs.

Missisauga Waterfront Festival is a great annual event that provides donations that help organizations with their outreach programs.

The Mississauga Waterfront Festival was incorporated as the Mississauga Waterfront Festival in 1998 and is recognized as Mississauga’s most celebrated Family and Friends event. It has achieved a Top 100 Festivals in Ontario ranking for ten years. The festival attracts visitors from Mississauga, the GTA, many parts of Ontario, and U.S. border cities.

The Mississauga Waterfront Festival partners with local charitable and not-for-profit organizations and provides donations that help organizations with their outreach programs. These organizations include: Lions Club, Scouts, Civitans, St. John Ambulance, Chinese Arts Organization, Community Living, Peel Family Services, Mississauga Heritage, Together for Youth, Don Rowing Club and Mississauga Canoe Club.

The Mississauga Waterfront festival has presented over 600 performers annually that included Main Stage and Children’s headline performers. Past artists included adult performers such as Sam Roberts, Jann Arden, Tom Cochrane, Chantal Kreviazuk, Jim Cuddy, Bedouin Soundclash, Goddo, Steven Page, and Spirit of the West. The children’s stage has in the past featured Max n Ruby, Backyardians, Barney, Dora the Explorer, Babar the Elephant and Shrek. Other entertainment and educational programs included shows about endangered species, conservation, health and wellness, petting zoos, carnival rides, pony rides, clowns, dog shows, face painters, rock-climbing wall, and water ski shows.

A Heritage and Culture stage also features performances by various cultural groups and First Nations storytellers, drummers, dancers and displays. In addition, carnival carts with artisans, arts & crafts and independent local retailers had been included.

For more information on the upcoming Mississauga Waterfront Festival please visit www.tmwf.com

Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival 2014: June 6-8

Check out Streetsville's Bread & Honey Festival every summer - free bread and honey offered!

Check out Streetsville’s Bread & Honey Festival every summer – free bread and honey offered!

The Streetsville Bread and Honey festival is the pride and joy of Mississauga. Thousands and thousands of local residents attend this event each year, making it one of the most historical events in the province of Ontario.

The Streetsville Bread and Honey festival originated due to the many flourmills that made Streetsville what it is today. There are still two prominent mills, Kraft Canada and ADM Milling Ltd. that operate today. With many apiaries existing locally at the time, organizers thought it was only natural to add honey too.

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