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Thank you to everyone who came out for Canada Day in Pitt Meadows. For photos from the day, check out the 2022 Canada Day Facebook album.

Canada Day in Pitt Meadows 2022 

Canada Day in Pitt Meadows will be an in-person event this year! Join us in šxʷhék̓ʷnəs (Spirit Square) on Friday July 1, 2022 for a pancake breakfast, show & shine, artisan alley, dog show, kids zone and main stage entertainment.  View a pdf version of the event schedule and event map.

There will be limited food options. The Lions Club will be serving pancakes in the morning and hotdogs 11:00am to 2:00pm (cash only). Food vendors attending will be Ay! Mamcita, Fruitilicious, and Sweet Tooth Creamery.

REMINDER! Parking is Limited
The Pitt Meadows Family Recreation Centre south parking lot and the gravel lot across from the Pitt Meadows Senior Centre will be closed from 8:00am to 3:00pm on July 1 for the Canada Day event. There will be limited parking available in the Pitt Meadows Family Recreation Centre underground lot and north lot.  

Event Schedule:

9:00am - 2:00pmShow & Shine, Entertainment, Artisan Alley & Kids Zone
9:00 - 10:30am   Lions Club Pancake Breakfast (cash only)
9:30 - 10:00am   Dog Show* Competition hosted by Rachel Fisher of WagMore Training! Register your pup to compete July 1, from 9-9:30am at the booth by the cenotaph.
11:00 - 11:30amOpening Ceremony
12:30pmWatermelon eating contest! On the grass behind the stage
11:00 - 2:00pm   Food Trucks (limited options due to availability)

Main Stage Schedule:

10 - 10:45amNorden the Magician
11-11:30amOpening Ceremony
11:45-12:30pmMiss Shauna
12:45-1:00pmPeter G-G
1:15pm- 2pmAlmost Famous

*Dog Show

There are 4 categories for the dog show: best dressed, best trick, smallest dog and biggest dog! Sign up at the booth by the cenotaph between 9-930am on event day. Contact events@pittmeadows.ca for more information.

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Katzie First Nation Flag
A Place of Reflection – In order to support our community, the City has maintained a place for contemplation beside the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie) First Nation flag in šxʷhék̓ʷnəs (Spirit Square). On Canada Day, we encourage residents to take a moment to consider the painful parts of Canada’s history as it relates to our past and current relations with Indigenous communities, and how to move forward together and support reconciliation.
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Woman in a park painting
Artists In our Parks – the City is launching the summer season of the Artists in our Parks program featuring local musicians, visual artists and performers all creating in real time in parks throughout the community. 

Show & Shine

If you have a vintage vehicle and would like to join the Show & Shine please see the application below. Each entrant receives a free breakfast!

Show & Shine application

Artisan Alley

We are accepting applications for our Artisan Alley. Canada Day in Pitt Meadows usually sees between 2000-3500 guests so this is a great opportunity to showcase your handmade items!

Artisan / Exhibitor Application

 

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