There’s A Flurry of Winter Activities Coming to Brampton

Published December 8, 2018 at 9:20 pm

Most of Brampton’s outdoor skating rinks may still be closed, but there

Most of Brampton’s outdoor skating rinks may still be closed, but there is a bunch of winter activities happening in the city.

Here’s what else is happening during December in Brampton.

Christmas in the Park

On Saturday December 15, families can enjoy a day filled with holiday cheer at Chinguacousy Park. Activities include breakfast with Santa, writing letters to Santa and building gingerbread houses.

Only one parent or guardian is included per child who is registered. Additional parent/guardian tickets may be purchased in advance for an additional fee.

Registration is required for each activity.

Mount Chinguacousy Skiing, Snowboarding and Tubing

Mount Chinguacousy comes alive when the snow falls. Bundle up and hit the slopes beginning December 27 (weather permitting) on Brampton’s own ski, snowboard and tubing hill.

Improve your skills with a ski or snowboard lesson and warm up in the cozy chalet. Entrance to the ski chalet is at the corner of Central Park Drive and Bramalea Road.

More information on the hours of operation can be found here.

Brampton Animal Services 12 Days of Christmas

The Brampton Animal Shelter is spreading cheer this season with its 12 Days of Christmas event from December 7 to 18. Residents and their four legged friends are invited to join us for giving back events and the opportunity to win cool prizes and visit us for festive activities.

The schedule is as follows:

December 7th – Give the gift of friendship this holiday season by purchasing an adoption gift certificate

December 8th – Santa Pet Photos at Dogtopia in Brampton from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

December 9th – Holiday Pet Photo Contest on Facebook. Most liked photo will receive a gift basket

December 10th – Stop by and pick up a hand lettered stocking for your pet

December 11th – Purchase a personalized pet tag! $10 for 1 side or $12 for both

December 12th – Handmade Pet Crafts

December 13th – Handmade Ornaments

December 14th – Pet Bake Sale

December 15th – Collecting Wish List items

December 16th – Support our HOPE Fund by donating online

December 17th – Adopt a Stuffed Animal

December 18th – FREE Microchip Clinic –space is limited!! You must pre-register! Brampton residents only.

All proceeds will be donated to our Helping Orphaned Pets in Emergencies (HOPE) Fund.

Food and Toy Drive

From December 3 to 16, residents are invited to drop off non-perishable food items or new, unwrapped toys at City Hall or any community centre or library in Brampton. Donations will be given to local food bank and community kitchen, The Knights Table, to be distributed to families in need in Brampton.


Enforcement officers will be at Walmart, 50 Quarry Edge, on December 8 from 11 am to 4 pm accepting food and toy donations to support those in need in the Brampton community. All donated items will go to the local Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army Food Sharing Network.

Will you be attending any of these festive wintery events around Brampton?

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