Exciting Events On The Way For Brampton’s Youth

Published April 16, 2019 at 3:07 am

Some fun events are on the horizon for the youth of Brampton.

Some fun events are on the horizon for the youth of Brampton.

National Youth Week will take place from May 1 to May 7 this year, and the city of Brampton has some fun and free events planned.

On Friday May 3, youth aged 10 – 18 are invited to the Gore Meadows Community Centre, were a pool party is being held. It will run from 7:30 to 8:30pm and will feature pool toys and even a DJ.

If parties aren’t your thing, why not come out to an outdoor movie night. Youth 10 to 18 can bring blankets and chairs to the Century Gardens Park at 8:30pm on Saturday May 4, to watch movies outside in the night sky. Free drinks and popcorn will be provided. Moviegoers are advised to arrive a little early to get good seats.

On Sunday May 5, a Planning Your Future event will be held at the Cassie Campbell Community Centre. Youth aged 14 to 18 looking to better practice interviewing and career skills can attend for a resume workshop, interviewing workshop, guest speaker, recruitment fair and free pizza.

“Here in Brampton, we want to build a healthy and safe city for our youth by providing them with opportunities to learn, grow and play,” says Mayor Patrick Brown. “National Youth Week is a great way to celebrate youth by offering fun, free activities – from an outdoor movie night to career planning to an entertaining pool party – to encourage youth to get involved and have fun.”

The City also hosts weekly Youth Nights for anyone aged 6 to 17. Every Friday from 6pm to 9pm, youth attendees can enjoy activities like sports, dancing, games and more. Admission is only $2 and is held at three Brampton Recreation Centres: Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Century Gardens Recreation Centre and Gore Meadows Community Centre.

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