Celebrate the 81st Annual Pitt Meadows Day on June 4!

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PITT MEADOWS, BC – Join us for the 81st Pitt Meadows Day event on June 4 with a full lineup of free family-friendly events.

“We’re so glad to be able to come together, connect, and celebrate this extra special day in-person again!” says Mayor Bill Dingwall. “Events include all our favourite traditions including a pancake breakfast, parade, artisan market, live entertainment, food trucks, children & youth activities, salmon BBQ, fireworks and new this year, a family-friendly beverage garden.”

List of events and activities:

  • Pancake Breakfast – A pre-parade tradition, hosted by the Pitt Meadows Lions Club at Heritage Hall between 8am and 10am.
  • Parade – Starting at 11am, there will be a variety of floats for everyone to enjoy along Harris Road from Hammond Road to McMyn Road.
    • Safety Information – Water balloons are prohibited as part of the parade but water guns are encouraged when the fire department truck goes past. Parents/guardians are asked to make sure children do not run out to parade floats as they pass by.
    • Road Closures – There will be road closures during the event from approximately 10am to 12:30pm. We are asking everyone to check the website for a map of the parade route. The roads will reopen as soon as the parade is over.
  • Harris Road Park Activities
    • Kids Zone - Families will have a variety of fun activities for kids of all ages including the Rock Wall at Harris Road Park (11am to 5pm)
    • Family-Friendly Beverage Garden – There will be musical entertainment until 7pm, a sitting area and a variety of food trucks at Harris Road Park (11am to 7pm).
    • Artisan & Exhibitor Market – A Pitt Meadows Day staple, local artisans offer handmade goods and local businesses/organizations provide information on their business as well as having something fun for the kids (11am to 5pm).
  • Pitt Meadows Art Gallery is Pitt Meadows Proud™! - The annual exhibit is back for its third year from May 28 to July 10, celebrating this all-local group of artists and showcasing our beautiful community in a variety of mediums. Check it out in person or online at pittmeadows.ca/pmag.
  • Salmon BBQ – Dinner will be cooked by the Pitt Meadows Fire Department and served by Mayor and Council from 5pm to 7pm at Heritage Hall. Grab your dinner and head back to the field to enjoy the music.
  • Fireworks – Don’t miss this spectacular show at 10pm at Pitt Meadows Athletic Park. Security and RCMP will be onsite to ensure safety.

“We’re looking forward to celebrating Pitt Meadows Day with the entire community in June,” says Chief Administrative Officer, Mark Roberts. “Special thank you to all the volunteers, participants, supporters, performers, and sponsors who have contributed to the 81st Annual Pitt Meadows Day event.”

Visit pittmeadowsday.ca to find out more.


For more information please contact:
Carolyn Baldridge,
Manager of Communications & Community Engagement
City of Pitt Meadows