By Beenish Mahmood

Muslims across the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha with great enthusiasm every year from the 10th Zilhaj to the 13th of Zilhaj. Eid-ul-Adha is also known as Eid-al-Qurban, Eid-al-Kabir, Bari Eid, Eid-al-Baqara, Bakra-eid, Kurban Bayram, and Greater Bayram. This feast falls on the 10th day of the lunar month of Zilhaj, the 12th Islamic month of the year, and is the concluding act of pilgrimage taking place in Makkah. This year, Muslims celebrated Eid-ul-Adha from July 9th to July 13th.


Here are some of the Eid-ul-Adha events that took place across the GTA this year:

1)MuslimMom.Ca Eid Ul Adha Bazaar 2022:


Fri Jul 8, 2022 04:00 pm to Midnight.


Oakville Conference & Banquet Centre

2515 Wyecroft Rd, Oakville, L6L 6P8, Ontario, Canada

Ticket Price: Free



This event was organized by A number of vendors were there to sell Eid clothes and accessories. Proceeds of the event went to  Nisa Home-A shelter home for Muslim women and children in GTA. The main organizer of this event was Refat Jabeen.




You can see the live video from the event here!


2)Chand Raat Bazaar:



Fri, Jul 8, 12:00 pm-Midnight


Swagat Banquet Hall Mississauga



This event was organized by Javeria Kamran and Sana Taimur. A variety of vendors exhibiting eid accessories and clothing were at this bazaar.


3)Grand Eid Bazaar:



Thursday, July 7th: 2 pm-1 am

Fri, Jul 8th: 2 pm-1 am


Capital Convention Centre, Mississauga



This event was organized by Amber Ghalib and Huma Hamza. A Variety of vendors were exhibiting clothing, jewellery, art and décor. There was also food, face painting, and games to entertain the kids.


Tell us what event you attended and how you celebrated Eid-ul-Adha this year!


About the Author:

Beenish Mahmood is an Administrative professional with years of experience working with children with special needs. She also volunteers at Literacy South Halton tutoring adults with Down Syndrome and Learning Difficulties. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, travelling, and serving the community.