Port Perry 150

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Community Celebrating Community is the theme for Port Perry’s 150th Anniversary. The past year has been and still is a challenge for us all. Residents and businesses banded together to support each other and their strength and resilience will continue to keep Port Perry a thriving town. Community wasn’t cancelled because of Covid – 19, we just learned to do things differently. The plans to celebrate this sesquicentennial birthday throughout the year will look different from past celebrations. Although planned through a Covid - 19 lens, the events are expected to showcase our town, reflecting our history and appreciating all the unique things Port Perry has to offer.


Port Perry 150 Merchandise

Get Your 150th Swag! Be sure to visit the Port Perry Farmers' Market, Scugog Chamber of Commerce office and PP Print! We have commemorative T-shirts, masks, lawn signs and more available for sale.

Also for sale will be Jonathan Van Bilsen’s highly sought-after book “Port Perry Past & Present” created for this special anniversary!

Like and Follow our Facebook page Port Perry's 150th to learn what other great things are happening this year in celebration!


Port Perry's 150th Birthday Celebration

October 3rd will be a celebration in culmination of the events and specials for Port Perry's 150th birthday!

Sneak preview of what's happening:
Sunrise Church Service, Pancake Breakfast, Craft Brewery/Winery/Cider house event, Tartan Parade, Kid's Zone, Music, Artisan Market, Birthday Cake & Coffee, Town Hall Performances, Art in the Alley, and so much more!

Visit the Facebook Event page for updates!

*Special event permit application currently under review. Due to COVID-19, event details are subject to change.


Historical Walking Tour Booklet



*If the above interactive Walking Tour Booklet is not working, please try reloading the page or view an alternative format here


Community Celebrating Community is the theme for Port Perry’s 150th Anniversary. The past year has been and still is a challenge for us all. Residents and businesses banded together to support each other and their strength and resilience will continue to keep Port Perry a thriving town. Community wasn’t cancelled because of Covid – 19, we just learned to do things differently. The plans to celebrate this sesquicentennial birthday throughout the year will look different from past celebrations. Although planned through a Covid - 19 lens, the events are expected to showcase our town, reflecting our history and appreciating all the unique things Port Perry has to offer.


Port Perry 150 Merchandise

Get Your 150th Swag! Be sure to visit the Port Perry Farmers' Market, Scugog Chamber of Commerce office and PP Print! We have commemorative T-shirts, masks, lawn signs and more available for sale.

Also for sale will be Jonathan Van Bilsen’s highly sought-after book “Port Perry Past & Present” created for this special anniversary!

Like and Follow our Facebook page Port Perry's 150th to learn what other great things are happening this year in celebration!


Port Perry's 150th Birthday Celebration

October 3rd will be a celebration in culmination of the events and specials for Port Perry's 150th birthday!

Sneak preview of what's happening:
Sunrise Church Service, Pancake Breakfast, Craft Brewery/Winery/Cider house event, Tartan Parade, Kid's Zone, Music, Artisan Market, Birthday Cake & Coffee, Town Hall Performances, Art in the Alley, and so much more!

Visit the Facebook Event page for updates!

*Special event permit application currently under review. Due to COVID-19, event details are subject to change.


Historical Walking Tour Booklet



*If the above interactive Walking Tour Booklet is not working, please try reloading the page or view an alternative format here


  • 150 Things to do in Scugog Booklet Released!

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    The 150 Booklet has been mailed out to all of Scugog. Additional copies are available at the Township office, Port Perry Print and the Chamber of Commerce.

  • Banner and Flag Contest Winner Announcement

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    Congratulations to Rebecca Raines! Winner of the 150 Anniversary Banner and Flag contest. The inspiration behind the design can be found on page 49 of the PP150 booklet. Watch for the banners and flags and other marketing materials around town.

Page last updated: 14 September 2021, 09:40