Firefighters Day in Pincourt has evolved into a beloved tradition since its inception in 1980. It holds a significant place in the community's calendar, taking the spot traditionally occupied by Saint-Jean-Baptiste and Canada Day celebrations. The event was originally established by the Pincourt Firefighters Association, with the support of Michel Bernier, the former director of the Emergency and Fire Prevention Department.
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Firefighters Day has grown to become Pincourt's major annual family event, cherished by residents and eagerly anticipated each year. It serves as a special occasion for families to come together and enjoy a day of fun and entertainment. The event pays tribute to the town's firefighters and recognizes their dedication and service to the community.
Gregory Charles and his guests will be performing at the event's 41st edition on August 12 in Bellevue Park, much to the delight of Pincourt residents and attendees.
PHOTO: Gregory Charles, Facebook.
Here is what's scheduled for the August 12th festivities:
12 p.m. Parade of emergency & fire trucks
12:30 p.m. Activities in Bellevue Park (inflatable games, restaurants, picnic area, Nautical Center)
5 p.m. DJ Steve Watt
7:30 p.m. Gregory Charles and Guests Show (first part)
10 p.m. Fireworks
10:30 p.m. Gregory Charles and Guests Show (second part)
SOURCE: Ville de Pincourt