2017 Summer Activities in Pitt Meadows
Summer Serenade Wednesdays at Spirit Square
The Summer Serenade series with the Bruce James Orchestra is back on Wednesday evenings all summer until September. Enjoy the sounds of big band playing a diverse selection of music. The performances begin at 7pm!
Bard on the Bandstand
Bard on the Bandstand returns again this year for three evenings in Spirit Square, from July 13-15. Emerald Pig Theatrical Society presents “Twelfth Night.” Pre-shows begin at 6:30pm, the show is at 8pm.
And the annual CountryFest festival at the Albion Fairgrounds takes place on July 29 and 30. Now in its ninth year, CountryFest offers two days showcasing for quality livestock, produce of the soil, home crafts, youth work and community life. Visit mrpmcountryfest.com for more details.
Pitt Meadows Summer Recreation Programs
View the Summer Program Guide online and find programs for all ages all summer long!
Summer Swim Lessons at Harris Road Pool
Summer is here and Recreation Excellence is proud to be selected as the operator of the City of Pitt Meadows’ Harris Road Outdoor Pool. Swim lessons are not registered through Parks & Recreation, please contact Heath Mahoney email@example.com or 604-761-8339 to register. See the summer swim lessons schedule.
What's On at the Pitt Meadows Museum
What's On at the Pitt Meadows Library
Summer Reading Club is underway! Bears, and ravens, and whales, oh my! Discover the wonderful, wacky world of nature when you Walk on the Wild Side with FVRL's 2017 Summer Reading Clubs. There is a club for everyone! Sign up starts June 21 and continues throughout the summer. Visit your favourite FVRL location to join.
Read To Me (0 to Preschool)
Share stories, mark reading records, collect stickers, win prizes, and receive a medal. Kids (grades K to 6)
Kids (grades K to 6)
Scale to new heights with SRC! Get your reading record designed by BC artist Darlene Gaits. Enter prize draws, earn a medal and come to fun shows. Just read every day! Kids can visit the BC Summer Reading Club website for activities, to meet the characters, and more!
Teens (grades 7 to 12)
Read. Record. Repeat. It all begins when you pick up a reading record. There will be lots of chances to win fantastic prizes.
Don’t get left behind! Take home a reading record and mark your reading to enter prize draws. The more you read, the more chances you have to win.
Accessible Summer Reading Club
Find accessible Summer Reading Club titles through NNELS. FVRL also has ebook and audiobook formats to better serve customers with perceptual disabilities. Ask library staff for more information.