Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Prince Rupert Special Events looks ahead to days of festivals to come

With a string of  COVID reduced particpiation events for Prince Rupert now in the rear view mirror, the City's Special Event's Society is looking ahead to future days and a return for some familiar community sharing opportunities for residents of the region.  

The Society made use of their Social media stream on Monday to provide a glimpse to their plans for the year ahead, with planning now back on track for events where those on the North Coast will once again be able to gather together for.

Leading off the Parade and set for later this year is the 26th Annual Winterfest, that event on the calendar for December 3 and 4, marking for our first chance to enjoy the company of a large crowd at a public event.

Next years roster of events includes the 31st Annual Children's Fest in March, the 43rd edition of Prince Rupert's Summer Festival of Seafest in June, as well as the 155th celebration of Canada Day on July 1st, 2022.

You can keep up with the planning for those events from the Prince Rupert Special Events website and Facebook page.

As well, the Society is always ready to welcome more volunteers, the local group one which puts on these major events in the community fuelled by the efforts of local residents.

More notes on Community Event themes can be explored from our archive page here.

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