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    See our PTH Progress in this 10-minute video: August Deputation

    Two PTH Board of Management Members had the opportunity to provide an update to Council on August 19, 2021. It’s a great, quick-hit update of the tremendous progress we’ve made over the last year, in no small part because of our amazing volunteers, community champions, market attendees, and colleagues in County staff. Watch the video to see: How we’re tracking against key progress indicators Why the Farmers Market is thriving, even in the face of COVID How our Community Space is a critical – and missed, during COVID – asset to community groups What’s next for our search for a Ground Floor tenant How the Picton Town Hall, once running…

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    Quinte News: Picton Town Hall could have enormous benefit for community

    Following our August deputation to Council, in which we demonstrated the progress Picton Town Hall has been making against our key initiatives, we were pleased to have our work – and future potential – profiled in Quinte News. Check out the article below!   Picton Town Hall could have enormous benefit for community By: Alana Cameron Picton Town Hall is well on its way to becoming the “Hall for All” that many community members have been wishing for. The Picton Town Hall Board of Management is estimating the building’s economic and community value to Prince Edward County post-pandemic could be almost $8 million. Members of the board gave an update…

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    Community,  Events,  Farmers' Market,  Featured,  News

    Picton Town Hall Farmers’ Market this October!

    A Historic Event at Picton Town Hall! Please join us and your community to celebrate the occasion of the very first public Picton Farmers Market this century to be held at its original site at 2 Ross Street on Sunday, October 4, and Sunday, October 11 from 10 am to 4 pm. County-wide ~ County Pride  Shop for produce and artisanal products from local growers and makers and enjoy! When you buy direct from local growers and makers, you experience the quality that comes from the personal passion and care of the producer. You feel good about it, the local economy is strengthened and we all win! Markets create a…

  • Board of Management,  Community,  Farmers' Market,  News

    Calling for Volunteers

    Can you volunteer a little of your time to support the success of Picton Town Hall? It’s times like these when the need for a strong, supportive community is vital to the health and well-being of us all. We are calling for volunteers to help us manage critical services so we are ready to reopen the Picton Town Hall when regulations allow people to return. Please consider sharing your talents and energy so we can continue to build a vibrant and sustainable community in the County at ‘The Hall for All’.

  • Bookings,  News

    COVID-19 Closure Notice

    In keeping with the Mayor’s response to COVID-19 and an update from Hastings Prince Edward Public Health posted on the County’s website on March 15, 2020, and the subsequent notice issued by the County that all recreation facilities, museums and town halls are closed, please be advised that the Picton Town hall is closed. We are endeavouring to contact all users either via social media, our website or via email, and signage has been posted at the hall. At this time, we are not aware when the hall will re-open. An update will be provided when available. We are, however, taking this opportunity to thoroughly clean the hall including high-touch…

  • Board of Management,  News

    Meet your new Picton Town Hall Board of Management

    Following Council’s appointment of the group’s proposed members for the Board of Management, and the appointment of Councillor Phil St-Jean to the Board in a non-voting capacity, the Picton Town Board of Management has been established. Meet your new team! The first meeting of the Board was held on July 8 together with members of the SPTH Working Group, and the group continues to meet regularly to tackle all administrative tasks for the Town Hall, from bookings and maintenance, to fundraising and financial management, to establishing a plan for the lower level.

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    News from CountyLive

    Five community members and one councillor have been appointed to the new Picton Town Hall Board of Management. At the board’s inaugural meeting last week, officers were elected and members of the Save Picton Town Hall working group were in attendance to signal an ongoing supportive role … read more on CountyLive [July 19th].