fall events

fall events

Even if summer is coming to an end, the fun doesn’t need to! Come out and enjoy the beautiful colours of Fall, while soaking up our exciting lineup of events.

fall events

Covid-19: Out of an abundance of caution with regard to the health and safety of our member businesses and patrons, all events for 2020 have been cancelled. We will continue to support our businesses during this time and hope for a safe return in 2021. Stay tuned for updates. 

Even if summer is coming to an end, the fun doesn’t need to! Come out and enjoy the beautiful colours of Fall, while soaking up our exciting lineup of events.

Tim Horton's Southside Shuffle- End of Summer

The Port Credit BIA is a proud sponsor of the Tim Hortons Southside Shuffle.

The event is the best way to bid adieu to the summer while welcoming the beauty of Fall. Come out and enjoy the jazz and blues festival, a favourite among Blues lovers, set against the scenic backdrop of Port Credit. Southside Shuffle has been running for over two decades and draws in top international and Canadian blues artists. The festival features a combination of free and paid events, a food court, vendors, bars and a free Saturday Street Shuffle.

For more information and event details check out Southside Shuffle’s website.

Tricks N Treats

Put on your favourite costume and get into the spirit of the spooky season when you celebrate Halloween down at the Port. Port Credit Tricks n’ Treats is an annual family-friendly event featuring trick-or-treating with local businesses and draws for exciting prizes.

To learn more about Port Credit Tricks n’ Treats contact us.

#WinterINThePort

03 December 2022

The PCBIA is happy to announce that our #WinterINThePort festivities will begin on December 3, 2022, with our annual tradition of the Lighting of the Lighthouse!

Annual General Meeting 2022

17 November 2022

The Port Credit BIA invites you to join us for our Annual General Meeting being held on November 17, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at Clarke Hall (161 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga).

Historic Walking Tour: Treaties Recognition

12 November 2022

The Credit River is the scenic backbone of Mississauga and is the recreational heart of Port Credit. For Mississauga’s Indigenous people, the Credit River was a part of their daily lives. In 1805, these lands were ceded to the Government. Join us as we journey back in time to understand these treaties and the importance of recognizing their significance.