The Port Credit and Clarkson neighbourhoods are vibrant communities. And this weekend, there will be tons to do!
Go on a guided tour of the Benares Historic House, which has been restored to reflect daily life in 1918. Get an idea of life in the early 1900’s as you learn about the life and times of the four generations of the Harris and Sayers families that lived in the home – and who knows, you might just find that they had many things in common with the famous Crawley family from “Downton Abbey.”
After the tour, indulge in some warm scones and a pot of tea. Don’t forget to wear your best hat and gloves to the event and really get into the spirit of the early 1900’s.
If tea and scones aren’t for you, perhaps you’d like to shop for some fine crafts in Port Credit and Clarkson. This weekend, the Mississauga Artisan Studio Tour will be running for its 5th year straight! A perfect opportunity to treat yourself, add to your collection or purchase a special gift for a special occasion.
Take your friends or the family to tour through new studios, meet new artists and take in one of Southern Mississauga’s most unique experiences.
For more information about the Benares Historic House, visit museumsofmississauga.com
For more information about the Mississauga Artisan Studio Tour, visit http://artisanstudiotour.ca/