Recreation and culture
Festival of hearts
Shake up your winter blues and participate in the many activities taking place the entire month of February. From cooking workshops, free yoga sessions, snow activities for children, there is an activity for every age and most are provided free of charge. Please see the sample brochure provided in this kit.
Come and participate in the annual WINTERFEST. Activities outdoors include: horse-drawn sleigh-rides, tubing, First Responder Truck rides, sugar on snow, door prizes, kiddies corner. Indoor activities include: Bingo, face-painting. This event is brought to you by the Youth from the Missisquoi-North Volunteer Centre and the municipality.
Sundays in The Park
Every Sunday from mid-June to mid August, come and enjoy free live music performed in the heart of the village of Mansonville in Place Manson, located in front of the Town Hall (2 Vale Perkins rd.) Bring a chair, pack a picnic and enjoy jazz, folk, country, blue grass, Celtic, rhythm and blues and more… A great time for all!
For more information, (450) 292 3313 x 228
Family Beach Party
Join your fellow Potton citizens for a day of summer celebration at the Vale Perkins
Beach. Enjoy a BBQ lunch, activities for children, music and more. This is a free event, sponsored by the municipality.
2018 : The Beach Party will be held on Saturday, July 7th.
For more information, please call 450‑292‑3313, poste 228.
Festival of Potton
A fun day for people of all ages the second Friday and Saturday in August. Come and celebrate: Performances, barbecue, dance, parade, children’s games, and local food trucks!
For several years now, the Potton Cultural and Heritage Committee has been inviting people to participate in the Journées de la culture held last weekend in September. Many activities are on offer: exhibitions, concerts, outdoor activities and music at Mont Owl’s Head, inauguration of a public artwork, a film for all, the Culture and Heritage Awards, etc.
Christmas Market ‘C’est chouette’
Discover the creative spirit of our artisans and shop locally for quality handmade items: handcrafted soaps, herbal products, pottery, jewellery, alpaca knits, artisanal weaving, bags and accessories, recycled fur, quilts, aboriginal sculptures and more!