The City of Pitt Meadows proudly hosts several signature events throughout the year. These celebrations highlight the vibrancy and diversity of Pitt Meadows , attract visitors, and promote local artists. Don't forget to check our Community Calendar for easy access and to add these events to your calendar.
Each event is meticulously planned, prepped, and executed with the help of several staff and volunteer members. Without a strong sense of community support, none of these events would exist.
Effective March 17, 2020, the City has cancelled this year's Easter, Earth Day as well as all public engagement events as part of proactive measures to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. For more details information and updates visit pittmeadows.ca/covid19
Easter is always a hopping good time at the Pitt Meadows annual Easter celebration! Come join us on Sunday, April 12 from 10am - 12pm at Harris Road Park. We will have pony rides, face painting, crafts and of course an Easter Egg hunt! Click here for more info!
Join us here on Saturday June 6th for some virtual Pitt Meadows Day fun!
There will be musical entertainment, the opening of the Art Gallerys new virtual exhibit - 'Pitt Meadows Proud', a community slideshow, crafts and more!
Join Mayor, Council, Chief Grace George, MLA Lisa Beare, MP Marc Dalton, School Trustees Korleen Carreras and Katie Sullivan and City Staff as they hit the streets at 7pm on June 6 to thank our healthcare & essential service workers - and to celebrate the community! Click above for more information.
Happy Canada Day! This year marks Canada's 153rd birthday. We have musical entertainment, crafts, a scavenger hunt and a shop local in Pitt Meadows for Canada Day passport program. Click here for more details.
Join us on Wednesday November 11, 2020 in Spirit Square for our Annual Remembrance Day Ceremony.
The 2019 Christmas In Pitt Meadows event broke a record with over 5,000 attendees of all ages! This year we introduced the Christmas train, life sized snow globe, pop-up art gallery, letters to Santa, and the Community Service Awards ceremony. In case you missed it- we even made it snow outside! Your favourite parts of the seasonal event were brought back including Santa and Mrs. Claus, cookie decorating, snow sculpture by Bruce Waugh, and story time with Elsa. Thank you for all of your votes - Stardom Daycare is the winner of the tree decorating contest!
Your generous donations to the event resulted in $181 and 2 large donation boxes full of food for the Friends In Need Food Bank.
Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers and community partners and sponsors including: Pitt Meadows Museum and Heritage Society, Girls Guides, Scouts, Fraser Valley Regional Library, Pitt Meadows Lions Club, Johnston Meier, Global BC, Re/Max, MLA Lisa Beare (popcorn), and Councillor Hayes (Christmas props).