Halloween IN The Port

The #PortCreditBIA Invites You to #HalloweenINThePort 2022!
Join us on October 29th from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. for a frightfully fun Halloween celebration.
Halloween IN The Port

This year, we will be hosting a Wizard of Oz themed party at 200 Elmwood Ave from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. After the party, we invite you to journey back in time for a Haunted Lighthouse Historic Tour at the Port Credit Lighthouse from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Some of the fun that we have in store at the event for our Port Credit businesses and community includes:

📷Pet photobooth

🐕Dog costume contest

🖌️Kids face painting

🎃Kids pumpkin decorating

🎶Halloween DJ

📍Business Vendors

🎲Yard games

📱Instagrammable moment

On top of all this Halloween fun, we also have Tricks-and-Treats back again! We invite you to visit all the participating businesses to trick-or-treat for candies, pumpkin decorations, and dog treats from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. while supplies last. All participating businesses will have posters indicating their participation! Stay tuned for a list of participating businesses.

Full list of participating businesses:

  • Sweet Philosphy
  • Rudy Cuzzetto
  • Zest for Living
  • Impressionable Gifts
  • Pazan
  • Stavebank Florists
  • RE/MAX Realty Enterprises Inc. (125 Lakeshore Rd. E.)
  • Beauty and The Blow Dryer
  • WM Jewellery Services
  • The School Creative Arts
  • Studio Paint Bar
  • Edenshaw
  • NZ Boutique
  • Linda Pinizzotto Real Estate Group
  • Raw Blenz
  • Port Credit Smoke and Gift

#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.