Do You Want to Celebrate a Pioneer Christmas in Mississauga?


Published December 8, 2016 at 11:38 pm


Since Christmas is often about tradition, it’s fitting that the Bradley Museum in Mississauga is hosting a Historic Canadian Pioneer Christmas event.

On Saturday, Dec. 10, visitors are welcome to immerse themselves in a truly traditional Christmas at the museum.

The event will boast a Christmas market that will allow attendees to peruse wares from Gladstone Flea Market vendors. There will also be holiday treats, cider and hot chocolate–so you won’t get hungry and/or thirsty while pretending to be an early Canadian settler.

Visitors can also have a traditional family portrait taken in the Anchorage Historic House. On 4×6 photo is $15 and two 4×5 photos are $25.

To give the event a little extra authenticity, there will be strolling carollers and a live nativity scene.

If you want to give back to the community, note that Giving Tree and Food Bank donations will be accepted.

The event will run from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and regular admission rates with apply.

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