Events & Recreation

Events

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The Village of Pouce Coupe welcomes the public to multiple events that celebrate community spirit. These events also encourage community engagement and provide an opportunity for residents to interact with Mayor and Council, and Village administration.

Major events held annually by the Village include the Canada Day celebrations on July 1st and Old Fashioned Santa Claus Parade during the holiday season. They also held a Winter Jamboree in March. For a closer look at these and other events, visit the Events & Contests section of the website HERE

Al Cameron is the Village of Pouce Coupe Events Coordinator and he can be reached by phone at 250-219-0808 or via email at waacameron@gmail.com.

In addition to the major events, recreational groups can take advantage of the Village's various facilities with regular useage. Visit the Community Resources section of the website to see what facilities are available and what groups are involved. For more information, phone the Village Office at 250-786-5794.

 

Volunteering

Anybody interested in helping out at Village of Pouce Coupe events is encouraged to sign up as a volunteer. Click HERE for more information.

Taekwondo

The Pouce Coupe Community Centre hosts Fred Terry as he teaches Taekwondo classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Classes are $20/month per family and a waiver must be signed before any child participates.

If you are interested in these classes, please contact the Village Office at (250) 786-5794 for more information.

Art Sessions

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery has offered free art sessions at the Pouce Coupe Community Centre. The last workshop was October 24, 2019 and was a pumpkin carving workshop/contest. 

Each session is a free open studio. The DCAG provides the supplies to make the artwork and anything visitors would like to try. They welcome families to come out, enjoy themselves and the company of others.

For more information on the art sessions, please contact the DCAG at 250-782-2601.