Mississauga, September 9 – Today, Churchill Meadows Library and Activity Centre celebrated its first decade serving the northwest corner of Mississauga. The city-run facility is located at 3801 Thomas Street.
The facility houses a community library, school library for St. Joan of Arc Secondary School and an active living centre with multi-purpose rooms, a triple gymnasium, full-size dance studio and a skate park. Municipal recreation & parks programming features a wide range of activities including fencing, yoga, tai chi, kickboxing, karate, skateboarding, volleyball, badminton, basketball, tennis, little-tykes soccer, floor hockey and more.
Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden played host at the milestone celebration.
“This facility has been an important landmark in this is area for a decade now,” she told the crowd. “Imagine how many children, adults and seniors have visited this centre in the last 10 years.”
“Facilities like this one are so important to our community,” she added. “They are meeting places, learning centres, community gathering spots, fun places for kids and sometimes a place to escape and have some quiet time.
“I am so glad we have this great centre in our community. Thank you to everyone who uses this facility and the great staff who help run it. It truly is a fantastic place and I can’t wait to see what the next 10 years bring.”
In the photo (courtesy of the City of Mississauga), Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden shows off the celebratory anniversary cake.
Photo: Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden shows off the celebratory anniversary cake. Courtesy of the City of Mississauga.