Victoria Day in Brampton

The Victoria Day or the May Two-Four Long weekend as it’s sometimes referred to as, marks the first long weekend of the summer season taking place this year on Monday May 19th.  Canadians throughout the country share this holiday which bring together friends and family in what will hopefully be the first warm long weekend of the year.  Opening up the cottage for the season, patio parties, bbqs and so many more summer fun activities are reserved to take place during the Victoria Day long weekend. If you’re enjoying life close to home in your executive house in Brampton this year, here are some great activities you can consider for your Victoria Day in Brampton.

Photo courtesy of Flickr.com

Photo courtesy of Flickr.com

Chinguacousy Park will be offering a variety of amusement rides to celebrate Victoria Day all weekend long. There will be paddle boats, petting zoo, mini golf and refreshments. Campbell Amusements rides will set up in the park, at Queen Street East and Bramalea Road, running from 3 to 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday (May 15-16), 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (May 17-18) and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday (May 19). Your executive house is likely not too far from Chinguacousy Park so be sure to get the family out to this exciting midway event which is free for all to attend!

 

 

Photo courtesy of Ruthcon.ca

Photo courtesy of Ruthcon.ca

The Extreme Wheels Competition runs from Saturday to Monday in the new skateboard park in Chinguacousy and it is held in cooperation with West49 for skateboarders, BMX riders and inline skaters. Victoria Day in Brampton offers skateboarders the chance to test their skills and compete to win prizes. If you have an avid skateboarder living in your executive house, register them today for only $5 and remember, helmets are mandatory.

 

 

 

Photo courtesy of 365-kw.com

Photo courtesy of 365-kw.com

There will not be any fireworks in the park, and residents are being reminded that, while Victoria Day in Brampton is one of the four days during the year when it is legal to set off fireworks in Brampton, they can only be used on residential properties with 60-foot frontages (18 m). Executive house owners in Brampton who meet the criteria should check the fireworks by-law here: www.brampton.ca/bylaws

 

 

 

For more fun ways to enjoy your executive house in Brampton, be sure to visit the Mosaik Homes Facebook Page!

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