Mississauga Heritage Foundation
The Mississauga Heritage Foundation is an extensive and informative resource of the history of Mississauga. The Foundation provides changing events throughout the year.
For example February hosts the Heritage Awards Gala. March launches the Spring Equinox Sunrise Ceremony. Some of the events in May include the HM Annual General Meeting, and Jane’s Walk. June hosts the Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival. July marks the month for Canada Day festivals. October presents information about the haunted side of Mississauga, and December offers Caroling at the Grange.
Originally founded in 1960, the Heritage Foundation is a non-profit entity committed to preserving and recording the history of Mississauga. This is the first museum opened in the area, and became adopted and city operated in 1994.
The Mississauga Heritage Foundation is located at 1921 Dunda St W. Mississauga, ON L5K 1R2. Hours are Tuesday - Thursday 9am-5 pm, Friday 9am-4pm, by appointment on Monday, and on selected Tuesdays until 8:30.
When traveling to Mississauga, the Heritage Foundation is a must see. They provide an excellent experience for learning about the rich history of the town.