Black History Month    

February is a time to celebrate the many accomplishments of our vibrant and diverse Black community. It’s also an opportunity to listen, learn and grow. You’re invited to join us on February 10, at 6 pm, at the Rose Theatre, for a panel discussion on Unequal Opportunity: Race and Education. Hear from expert speakers Charlie Grant, Phiona Lloyd-Henry, Kathy Mcdonald, and Idris Orughu.

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Backyard Garden Program is back!

Registration opens February 6 for the City’s popular Backyard Garden Program. This eco-friendly initiative helps support food insecurity by providing participants with free soil, seeds and helpful tips to grow their own garden.

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Help us serve our city

The City of Brampton is seeking applications from citizens interested in various appointments to City boards, committees, and tribunals for a term ending in November 2026, or until a successor is appointed.

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Meet minor sport groups

On February 25, from 10 am to 4 pm, visit the Save Max Sports Centre to connect with local minor sport groups and learn more about their programs and activities.

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15 to 29 years old? Build a business in Brampton this summer!

The Summer Company program helps students launch and operate a summer business, with training, mentorship and a grant up to $3,000. Space is limited.

Sign up by May 15

February with Performing Arts Brampton

Join Performing Arts Brampton for Black History Month with Freedom Cabaret, Flavours & Vibes, and more! Treat someone special to a Sweetheart Valentine’s Day show package. Spend Family Day at Sonshine and Broccoli or an evening with Hyprov starring Colin Mochrie and Asad Mecci.

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