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Summer Fun in the Square Summer is officially here and there is no shortage of fun to be had in the heart of our City, Celebration Square. Stop by the Square for free open-air fitness classes, movie nights, concerts, farmers’ markets and festivals. Mississauga has something for resident and visitors of all ages to enjoy. See the fantastic line-up of special events held throughout the summer every weekend. You can splash in the fountain, play of the lawn or enjoy a bite to eat! Try out Fresh Air Fitness at Celebration Square! Each week a different high energy fitness class is featured led by highly qualified fitness instructors. You can check it out every Wednesday at 7 pm until August 29th. It’s fun, it’s outdoors and it’s free! Let’s Stargaze in Celebration Square! Grab a blanket and join your friends under the night sky at the City’s biggest outdoor theatre. Watch classics, blockbuster hits and family feel-good favourites on the Celebration Square big screens. Movies are hosted weekly on Thursday nights starting at 8 pm until August 30th.

In the mood to experience what Mississauga’s diverse community has to offer? Check out the #BollywoodMonsterMashup from July 20th-21st and Mississauga’s Latin Festival from July 28th-29th both featured at Celebration Square! We look forward to seeing you at Mississauga Celebration Square this summer. For detailed event listings on Mississauga Celebration Square, visit www.celebrationsquare.ca. Itching to be outdoors? Visit one of the City’s 505 parks, 503 sports fields, 263 playgrounds and 242 kilometres of trails. For information, visit mississauga.ca/parks. For residents looking to cool off from the summer hear, Mississauga’s splash pads, pools and beaches are open for use! With more public swims, evening and adult swim lessons, the City's outdoor pools offer a cool escape from a hot day, a fresh air activity and a place to gather and relax with family and friends. Simply put, there’s something for everyone to enjoy throughout each of Mississauga’s vibrant neighbourhoods. Enjoy the summer months Mississauga!

Warmest Regards,

Enjoy fresh produce each week at the Lions Farmers Market on Celebration Square every Wednesday from 9 am to 5 pm until October 26th.

Bonnie Crombie, MBA, ICD.D, Mayor, City of Mississauga

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ISSUE 7 2018

MISSISSAUGA SOUTH

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THE ORC 80'S INVASION PARTY COMMUNITY EVENTS THE RIVERWOOD GARDEN SOIRÉE CAPTURED JIM TOVEY'S KIDS TO CAMP PROGRAM

P H OTO G R A P H E R S Susan Gibbins Peeter Poldre

20 MISSISSAUGA WATERFRONT FESTIVAL

PRINTING Best Choice Printing

23 ASK THE WINE LADIES 26 STARR'S ON THE CREDIT 28 FERRIS BUELLER’S BEDROOM 30

14 CLARKSON VILLAGE LIVE 16 PAINT THE TOWN RED

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This year, the Port Credit Farmers Market is celebrating its 10th anniversary and has something for everyone. Ontario farmers are selling fresh produce and plants for your garden, locally sourced honey, artisan crafters, gourmet cheese, chocolatiers, breakfast and so much more. The market also features live music from talented local musicians. You can visit the Farmers Market every Saturday from now until October 6th from 8 am-1 pm at the corner of Lakeshore Rd. East and Elmwood Ave. 02

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n June 16th, it was an eighty’s invasion at the Ontario Racquet Club complete with the famous DeLorean from Back to the Future. The 80’s changed pop culture forever with their fashion, music and hair. Everyone dressed the part. The food and drinks were plentiful and the music kept everyone dancing. It was the summer blow-out party to be at! 08 01 Charles, Regan, Heidi, Janet & Dave 02 Pal & Martina 03 Kevin & Katia 04 Kayleigh, Kerri, Steve & Andrew 05 Jason & Christine 06 Ernie & Monica 07 Katherine, Adam, Abe, Kelly & Melanie 08 Betty & Chris

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UNTIL AUGUST 30 (EVERY THURSDAY) Movi e N ight at Celebration Square culture.mississauga.ca

UNTIL AUGUST 31 (EVERY FRIDAY) On th e Veran dah at Benares H i storic House culture.mississauga.ca

UNTIL SEPTEMBER 29 (EVERY SATURDAY) Sunset Concerts Seri es portcredit.com

UNTIL OCTOBER 6 (EVERY SATURDAY) PC Farm ers Market portcredit.com

JULY 22 M i ssi ssauga Music Walk of Fam e portcredit.com

JULY 28-29 M i ssi ssauga Lati n Festival at Celebration Square mississaugalatinfestival.com

AUGUST 2-30 Movi e N ights at Celebration Square culture.mississauga.ca

AUGUST 3-5 TD Mosaic Festival mosaicfest.com

AUGUST 4-25 Port Cred it Farm er’ s Market at Celebration Square mississaugacelebrationsquare.ca

AUGUST 6 Bi rd i ng for Ki ds at MacEwan Fi eld Station theriverwoodconservancy.org

AUGUST 10 2018 Ontario 55+ Sum m er Gam es portcredit.com

AUGUST 17-19 Port Cred it Buskerfest portcreditbuskerfest.com

AUGUST 24 PC I n -Water Boat Show portcredit.com

AUGUST 31-SEPTEMBER 2 Musli m fest at Celebration Square muslimfest.com

SEPTEMBER 7-9 Southsi de Shuffle portcredit.com

SEPTEMBER 8 Doors Open M i ssi ssauga

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SEPTEMBER 16 Art i n th e Park visualartsmisssissauga.com

SEPTEMBER 22-23 9th An nual Arts on th e Cred it artsonthecredit.ca

SEPTEMBER 22 VAM Open House visualartsmississauga.com

SEPTEMBER 28 Big Broth ers/Big Si sters Gala peel.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/event/gala

SEPTEMBER 30 DogFest at Riverwood theriverwoodconservancy.org


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KIDS TO CAMP PROGRAM n 2017, the paths of the Lakeshore Corridor Community Team (LCCT) and the Compass crossed with the help of Jim Tovey. A great match for the community! Jim helped to identify that the most impactful thing they could do together was send Kids to Camp. As Jim said, “all kids want to do, is be kids.” Prior to this initiative, lots of local kids never have got the chance. In 2017, LCCT ran a fundraiser Spinathon at Port Credit Athletics, as well as their 9th annual Waterside Inn Paddle for the People event at the Port Credit Legion (RCL 82). They provided funds to the Compass Food Bank and Outreach, who worked with local summer camps to organize 70 kid weeks of fun, camaraderie, new experiences and learning for the future. A few budding musicians will get to go to band camp, math whizzes to Math camp and some to just fun camp.

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Giving these kids a chance to get out with new friends means so much to them and their families. Compass Volunteer Intake Workers helped coordinate the kids and families who would benefit most. Feedback so far is phenomenal, parents are grateful that their children have this chance and the kids are naturally excited. The other 2018 LCCT initiative is the 5th Annual Gift of Christmas, where they will again work with the Compass to bring 150 people to a Christmas celebration with Santa and his elves. LCCT is a Registered Charity doing acts of kindness in the local community and having a lot of fun doing it together. To get more information or to support LCCT and these programs, check out our Facebook page. Put a team in to the 10th annual Paddle for The People evenet on August 25th or send an email to lcctportcredit@gmail.com.


LAKESHORE CORRIDOR COMMUNITY TEAM’S 10th Annual

Paddle for the People! Graciously Hosted by

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Title Sponsor

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11:30 am Registration 12:30 pm Start. 5:00 pm Dinner

Enter a team or just come to cheer on your favorites! Funds raised support LCCT activities including: • Jim Tovey Kids to Camp • Gift of Christmas

Register your team today! Entry fee: $299 per team. Includes: LUNCH FOR TWO & STEAK DINNER FOR FOUR

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he rain didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits, as they wandered the Village on June 23rd. Instead, they enjoyed an afternoon rife with fun activities and live entertainment. Local bands and musicians had people dancing in the street, while the kids had fun at the petting zoo and bouncing on the bouncy castles. There were face-painting booths, as well as street performers crafting balloon art. Local merchants were handing out treats and greeting everyone with a warm welcome. Councillor Karen Ras also joined the cheer, handing out delicious cookies. It was a great day to spend the afternoon in Clarkson Village.

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PAINT THE TOWN RED BY JASMIN EL-TAHRY / PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEETER POLDRE

uly 1st was dyed a bright shade of crimson after Port Credit’s Paint the Town Red. The Hazel McCallion Canada Day Parade commenced an energetic day with their performances. John Bozzo (chair), the Paint the Town Red Board of Directors and it’s many enthusiastic dedicated volunteers held a successful 15th annual Canada Day Celebration! Opening ceremonies followed with Cake Cutting. If the parade didn’t get you hooked, then all that delicious cake was sure to reel you in. The little ones also had much to enjoy, including free activities and shows. At 10 pm the festivities came to an end, but not without a bang! Fireworks lit up the night sky in Port Credit, signaling the end of this year’s Paint the Town Red.

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This year’s Mississauga Older Adult Expo was held on June 5th, at Carmen Corbasson Community Centre and the Mississauga Seniors’ Centre. With over 65 trade show exhibitors to visit, free fitness demonstrations and great entertainment,this was a time to remember. Activities included a fun photo booth, a Safety Seminar from Peel Police and the Ontario 55+ Summer Games “Try-it” Sports. There was definitely something of everyone. 02

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MISSISSAUGA WATERFRONT FESTIVAL BY JASMIN EL-TAHRY / PHOTOGRAPHY BY PEETER POLDRE

n June 15th-17th, Port Credit kicked off the summer right with their 2018 Mississauga Waterfront Festival. Pat Anderson, The Board of Directors and the efforts of many dedicated volunteers made the 23rd annual Waterfront Festival a resounding success! The annual festival’s two-day musical extravaganza took music lovers’ collective breath away. Upcoming and popular Canadian Country Artists were a hit alongside those from the Heritage Stage and Tim Horton’s Main Stage. Kids of all ages were not forgotten, they delighted in a plethora of attractions, such as the interactive Sci-Tech Dome, Kiddy Zones, Face Painters and much more. All this would be impossible without their sponsors and support from the community. The Sponsor a Child program lent a huge hand, insuring the inclusion of all as well as a free meal. Former Mayor Chancellor Hazel McCallion was one of many that lent their overwhelming support. It was truly a magical time for all who attended.

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Dear Wine Ladies,

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On our recent Canada Day celebration, a brave soul cautioned us to stand back as he opened a bottle of Champagne with a sword! How is it that the broken glass doesn’t pose a danger to drinking the bubbly... or does it? - Jessica

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Jessica, As unlikely as it may appear, this bottle-slicing method is perfectly safe. When struck, the neck of the Champagne bottle is suddenly detached, allowing it’s bubbly contents to burst forth. This technique is called sabrage. It is because of the pressure in the Champagne bottle, between 70-90 pounds-per-square inch (three times incidentally, of a car tire’s pressure), that sabering is safe, swift and effective. Striking the bottle at it’s weakest spot - where the seam (the line formed by the joined bottle halves) meets the ring (located underneath the cork) creates a fracture that quickly snaps the top cleanly from the body. Propelled by the pressure, the cork and the glass collar, as well as any glass shards fly off and the wine starts to flow. Now all you’re left with is clean and clear Champagne that is absolutely dee-lish! There are several tales as to who was the genius to first sabre a bottle of Champagne. One of the most popular attributes this to the times of Napoléon Bonaparte. In the days following the French Revolution, Napoléon Bonaparte and his soldiers upon returning home victorious of many a battle, had Champagne bottles thrown at them as a form of celebration.

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While atop their horses, opening the bottles traditionally was no easy task. It was discovered with sword in hand, a swift strike was all that was needed and the custom began.

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The Port Credit BIA hosted their 3rd annual Yoga in the Park in celebration of International Yoga Day, on June 21st. Held by the Credit River in beautiful Memorial Park, Yogis of all ages were treated to a complimentary yoga class taught by three local yoga studios: Revive Pilates, LevelUp Athletics and Yoga Seven. Everyone received a purple t-shirt and visited some local merchants who had special treats to hand out. It was a perfect evening to spend with fellow Yogis. Namaste. 02

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CAPTURINGBETTERPH TOS

By Peeter Poldre, Photographer Always learning and striving to CAPTURE the next great photo!

SMARTPHONE/POINT AND SHOOT/DIGITAL SLR. NO MATTER WHAT DEVICE YOU USE TO TAKE PHOTOS, WHAT LOOKS FINE ON THE DEVICE MAY LEAVE YOU DISAPPOINTED WHEN YOU WANT TO MAKE THAT SPECIAL IMAGE INTO AN ENLARGEMENT, A POSTER OR A SCREEN-SAVER. EACH MONTH, THIS COLUMN WILL AIM TO PROVIDE UNDERSTANDABLE, PRACTICAL, LARGELY NON-TECHNICAL ADVICE TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER PHOTOS.

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PACIFIC PAVING CELEBRATES 60TH ANNIVERSARY When Fasuto Finelli emigrated from Italy to Canada in 1954, he brought not only his life belongings with him, but also the dream of one day owning his own company. On June 21st, the Finelli family celebrated their 60th Anniversary at the beautiful Harding Waterfront Estate. Guests were treated to delicious hors d’oeuvres when they arrived which was followed by dinner, live entertainment and amazing fireworks to end the evening. Pacific Paving is a full site services company offering diversity of asphalt paving, concrete paving and property maintenance.

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n June 21st, it was a beautiful night as guests arrived for the 14th Annual Starr’s on the Credit, held in Councillor Ron Starr’s backyard. Food and drink stations were set up around the perimeter of the yard, where guests could get an amazing array of delicious food from local restaurants. The wonderful music of Peter and the Elegants played all night. An incredible $150,000 was raised this year, all benefiting ErinOakKids. The evening was topped off with a surprise guest appearance by Premier-elect Doug Ford who spoke briefly about the PC strategy, then went and greeted guests. It was an amazing evening for all who attending.

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FERRIS BUELLER’S BEDROOM BY SARAH KEENLYSIDE / PHOTOGRAPHY BY BEN ROFFELSEN

few years ago, I came up with the crazy idea to recreate iconic movie character Ferris Bueller’s bedroom as an art project for the Gladstone Hotel’s Come Up To My Room group art show. The annual show is staged on the second floor of the hotel in what were once guest rooms, but are now used as exhibition space. I really wanted to reference that the rooms were once bedrooms and imagined whose bedroom in history or pop culture I’d most like to visit. The first thing that popped in my mind was Ferris Bueller’s.

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When the movie debuted in 1986, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was an instant phenomenon. I remember everyone at school talking about it and especially about his room, which was literally plastered with music posters and weird trinkets and tech gadgets. I remember decorating my room as best I could to evoke the same feeling. Today, the film still inspires legions of fans, but nothing could have prepared me for the response to the installation, which coincidently coincided with the 30th anniversary of the movie. Over 4000 people visited during the weekend of Come Up To My Room and nearly every Canadian media outlet interviewed me about it. This led to it being invited to Chicago as part of a one-off, 30th anniversary celebration of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off called Ferris Fest. Again, the response was unprecedented, thousands more came to see the room and after finally appearing at Niagara Falls Comic Con, we estimate that over 10,000 people came to see it. For more info about the installation, please visit www.saveferrisroom.ca. The room is currently in storage, but it’s story isn’t over yet. Together with Canadian broadcaster Hollywood Suite and multi-media production studio Pyramid Attack, we created a VR version of the room! You can find out more about it at www.hollywoodsuite.ca/ferris-vr. Hollywood Suite also made a feature documentary called Ferris’ Room about my experience recreating the room in Chicago. That film is currently available on demand on Hollywood Suite’s 80s channel. www.gladstonehotel.com COMMUNITYCAPTURED.CA

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RE CIPE

I LOVE SUMMER SALAD WITH WATERMELO N, FETA , TOM ATO & CUCUMBER

Ingredients • 2 cups/12 oz 1” diced Seedless Watermelon cubes • 10 Cherry Tomatoes, halved • 2 Baby Cucumbers, cut into half moons

This salad screams summer. The combination of the salty feta and the sweet watermelon is so delicious. It is refreshing and so satisfying.

• 5 ounces Feta Cheese, cut into small cubes • 6 Mint Leaves, slivered

Directions

• 4 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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• 2 tbsp Red Wine Vinegar • 1 tbsp Lemon Juice

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Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

• Plenty of freshly ground coarse Black Pepper • 1/4 tsp kosher or coarse Sea Salt

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Arrange salad on a platter or individual plates.

Serves: 6

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