Find out what’s open and closed Family Day in Brampton so you can make the most of your time with the famjam this year.

What’s Open

Bramalea City Centre is open on Family Day under holiday hours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Recreation centres across Brampton will be open offering fun events for the whole family including carnival games, geocaching, snowshoeing, skating, and more.

Chinguacousy Park, Gore Meadows Community Centre, and Gage Park will also have a bunch of activities including ski/snowboard lessons, tubing, a fire pit, crafts, cookie decorating and more. Click here for a full list of activities.

Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives is open and offering free admission on Family Day. PAMA will have painting, storytelling and other activities. The archives, museum and art gallery are also open for exploration.

A bunch of local entertainment facilities in Brampton will also be open Family Day in Brampton, including Ctrl V, Toprock Climbing, Rollerplex and more. Check out a full list here.

What’s Closed

LCBO and Beer Stores will also be closed on Monday, along with grocery stores that sell liquor.

Brampton City Hall will be closed on Family Day. Residents will not be able to apply in person for marriage licences, book civil wedding ceremonies, pay parking fines, or apply for permits or renew or apply for business licences during this time. 

Brampton Animal Shelter will be closed on Monday, February 18. For more information on Brampton Animal services, click here.

All Brampton Library branches will be closed on Monday, February 18. But you can still stream movies and music as well as read eBooks. Find out more about digital products at


Brampton Transit will operate on a Sunday/Holiday Service on Monday, February 18. Customer service counters at terminals will be closed. For route and schedule info check out and for real-time information on bus arrivals check out