Lace Up and Join Us for a Skate
200th Anniversary 1816-2016
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Music, Theatre, Events, Arts & Culture
Festivals and Events 2015
HECTOR HERITAGE QUAY
Home of the Ship Hector
A Living History Attraction
The Town of Pictou, located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned as the "Birthplace of New Scotland" as it was here where the first wave of Scottish immigrants landed in 1773. Pictou offers diverse amenities, period homes on tree-lined streets, and strong entrepreneurial spirit. Pictou residents enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with a mixture of old world charm and culture together with modern facilities and friendly hospitality.
Leadership within the community has a long and rich history. Learn more about the leaders who helped shaped our Town.
Pictou's quality of life balances the charm of small town living with bustling commerce and a myriad of business opportunities.
Discover all the different ways to incorporate physical activity into your daily life in Pictou.
Information on Pictou Water Utility and Upgrade Projects
Memorandum of Understanding - A New Approach to Municipal Governance and Operations in Pictou County. Looking for information and updates VISIT www.onepictoucounty.ca
55 Plus Senior Games are coming to Pictou County 2015. It is with great pride that the Town of New Glasgow, The Municipality of the County of Pictou and DEANS (Destination Eastern and Northumberland Shores) are working together to host the Nova Scotia 55+ Games in Pictou County September 17-19, 2015.
The Municipal Alcohol Project (MAP) engages communities throughout Nova Scotia in conversations about alcohol. It encourages us to explore why we drink and how we drink. Pictou County is in its second phase of MAP. Youth engagement and community collaboration are at the centre of this work. <more>
Highland Connect links you to sport, recreation and physical activity in Antigonish, Guysborough and Pictou Counties of Nova Scotia. Highland Connect supports healthier lifestyles for all. Check out the website at: www.highlandconnect.ca