The Lebanese Festival in Mississauga is organized by Saint Charbel Maronite Catholic Church in Mississauga. Since its inauguration in 2012, it has grown into the biggest events in the city, leaping from 2500 to over 15000 visitors in half a decade.
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This year's edition is themed around Anjar, a symbol of Lebanon's mission as a haven of multiculturalism and integration. A famous tourist landmark in the Bekaa valley, Anjar is today home to a large Armenian community that found its home in the Land of the Cedars.