Activities & Community Events

The Town of Prescott is proud of its arts, culture and events scene. As we continue to grow and develop, we will be adding new and supporting existing events to our community.

Prescott is currently home to many events throughout the year. Whether it be news from our committee or council meetings, municipal events, BIA or special events put on by local community groups or organizations, we want to share it with you.

Truth and Reconciliation Week is September 26th-30th, 2022. This is a national program open to all schools across Canada. This year, our theme is “Remembering the Children”. For more information about the available programming taking place this week, visit:

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day - September 30, 2022

Canadians will observe Orange Shirt Day and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to create awareness of the impact of residential schools and to remember and honour the life of every child. The goal is to promote the concept that Every Child Matters.

Resources to learn more about Truth and Reconciliation:

Click on the images below to download copies of the colouring sheets and orange t-shirts, or pick one up at the following Town locations during the week of September 26th-30th: Town Hall, the Leo Boivin Community Centre, Walker House, the Museum & Visitor Centre.

Click on the image above to download and print this sheet so you can design a t-shirt and show your support of truth and reconciliation
Click on the image above to download your own copy to print from home. Cut out the t-shirt and display it in a window as a show of support for truth and reconciliation.

Capturing past activities and events

2021 Annual Tree Lighting Celebration
2021 Horse Drawn Wagon Rides on Founder's Day
2021 Photos with Santa at the new Prescott Museum and Visitor Centre
2021 Annual Santa Clause Parade put on by the Prescott Fire Department
2021 Heroes of COVID Awards
2021 Pumpkin Parade
2021 Labour Day Fireworks Display
2021 Theodore the Tugboat visits Prescott on his way to his new home in Hamilton, Ontario
2021 The new "Greetings from Prescott" Mural created by Christine Sloan is unveiled
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