Summer 2016 Activities in Pitt Meadows
Pitt Meadows offers several events at Spirit Square in the civic centre throughout the summer for residents to enjoy.
Our annual Canada Day celebration takes place on July 1 from 8am to 2pm, with activities and entertainment for all ages. Don’t miss the ceremony at 11am, and have a piece of Canada Day cake!
The July “Movie in the Park” takes place on Saturday, July 2 at 8pm, with a showing of “The Peanuts Movie.” Bring your family and a blanket to sit on and enjoy Charlie Brown and friends in Spirit Square! The August Movie in the Park will be held August 13, same time, same place! Movie to be announced.
The Summer Serenade series with the Bruce James Orchestra is back on Wednesday evenings all summer beginning on July 6. Enjoy the sounds of big band playing a diverse selection of music. The performances begin at 7pm!
Bard on the Bandstand returns again this year for three evenings in Spirit Square, from July 14-16 .Emerald Pig Theatrical Society presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” with a 1960s “Summer of Love” twist. Pre-shows begin at 6:30pm, the show is at 8pm.
And the annual CountryFest festival at the Albion Fairgrounds takes place on July 23 and 24. 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.
What's On at the Pitt Meadows Museum
Heritage Thursdays for Kids begins July 6 for another fun-filled summer at the Museum! The theme for this summer is Imaginary Places and Mythical Creatures, so they will be exploring the mysteries of long lost cities and learning about legends of mythical creatures. Call the Museum at 604.465.4322, or by email email@example.com.
What's On at the Pitt Meadows Library
Summer Reading Club is underway! Grab your compass and get ready to travel the world! Book a trip to the library and join the Summer Reading Club. There is a club for everyone! Visit your favourite FVRL location to join. Sign-up starts mid-June and continues throughout the summer. Kids can visit the Summer Reading Club website for activities, to meet the characters and more.
Read To Me (0 to Preschool)
Little ones get stickers, prizes and a medal. Keep track of the reading you do with your child.
Kids (grades K to 6)
Join the SRC and get an awesome reading record designed by BC illustrator Lee Edward Fodi. Win prizes, see great shows, and earn a medal. Just read every day!
Teens (grades 7 to 12)
Pick up a reading record. Read. Enter to win prizes. Repeat. It doesn't get much simpler than that! Teens @ FVRL on FVRL's Facebook page. You will find book reviews, trailers, quizzes, and more.
Adults (everyone else)
Reading isn't just for kids! Read and enter draws for every seven days of reading. 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.