Firefighters' Day, which is celebrated every second Saturday of August, is the Pincourt annual celebration since 1980.
The day’s highlights are without doubt the traditional parade of emergency and fire trucks, greatly appreciated by kids, the evening concert and the fireworks, acknowledged to be the most spectacular in the region.
CANCELLATION of the 40th Firefighters' Day
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the 40th annual Firefighters' Day will be cancelled this year. We know how much Firefighters' Day is a long-awaited tradition here in Pincourt. It's a date in 2021!
The 40th Firefighters' Day is cancelled
To limit traffic on the streets, the Town of Pincourt strongly recommends the use of public transportation.
The EXO - The Presqu'Île will offer its free bus service on circuits 31, 33 and 35.
- In the surrounding streets of Monseigneur-Langlois Avenue
- Faubourg de l'Île: take the bus to go to the park (every 10 minutes)
Habitations Raymond Allard inc.
Les distributions Larco
Construction Voyer inc.
Centre de rénovation Rona
Re/Max - Lynda de Montigny
Faubourg de l'Île
Les pétroles léger
Madame Marie-Claude Nicholls
Construction Antoine Quentin inc.
Uniprix - Pharmacie Petr Dvorak & Mathieu Leroux
Artisan du terroir
Cadillac Île Perrot
Les couleurs Caméléon inc.
Denis Boubonnais et fils inc.
Luc Mongrain et associée
Michel de Bellefeuille excavation inc.
Les serres Gabriel et fils
Created in 1980 by the Pincourt Firefighters Association at the initiative of Michel Bernier, former director of the Emergency and Fire Prevention Department, Firemen’s Day is Pincourt’s big annual family event.
Having become a time-honoured tradition over the years, Firefighters' Day takes the place of Saint-Jean-Baptiste and Canada Day festivities in Pincourt.
Its popularity is due in no small part to the many loyal sponsors who have helped make it one of the region’s biggest parties!
Since it was created, the participation rate has never ceased to climb, with over 15,000 visitors now taking part.