PECelebrate Festival, a fun-filled community event from June 25 – July 1, will kick off the 2022 summer season.
The week-long festival will feature a variety of community celebrations including Indigenous Peoples Day, Canada Day, Multiculturalism Day and St. Jean Baptiste Day.
“We have been through some challenging times over the past two years, but the County spirit remains strong. I look forward to us coming together as a community to celebrate and mark the start of summer. A lot of great activities are planned, and I am sure the community festival will have something for everyone,” Mayor Steve Ferguson says.
PECelebrate Festival will open with Revel on Saturday, June 25 from noon to 9 pm at Macaulay Heritage Park. The event, produced by The County Museums, will celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day and Multiculturalism Day with music, food, art and community partnerships.
PECelebrate Festival will continue through the week with a variety of events across the County, culminating with Canada Day celebrations at the Picton Fairgrounds on July 1. The Canada Day event will feature activities for kids, a barbeque, and other activities.
The full schedule for PECelebrate Festival, including details about Canada Day, will be announced in early June. Businesses, organizations and groups that are interested in participating in PECelebrate are encouraged to contact Julianne Snepsts, Programs Supervisor, at 613.476.2148 extension 1008 or email email@example.com.
For more information about Revel, visit The County Museums on Facebook or Instagram or contact the museum staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613.476.2148 extension 2524. Revel will include musical and dance performances, informative talks at Macaulay Church that explore Indigenous culture and heritage, kids programming throughout the day and food from around the world.
Revel is free thanks to the financial support of the Government of Canada.