Kirkland Day

June 10, 2020 – Due to the current situation associated with COVID-19, the 2020 edition of Kirkland Day has been cancelled.  This popular event is scheduled to return in the summer of 2021.

Des Bénévoles Park (18180 Elkas)

Starting at noon!

BBQ & Refreshments •  Games & Rides • Music and entertainment  •  Kirkland's got talent  •  Fireworks

All activities are FREE!

Activities during the evening - schedule to come
10 pm Fireworks


Zero-Waste Event

Kirkland Day will again this year follow sustainable practices in order to produce the least possible amount of waste and increase the composting of organic materials. We need everyone’s help to make this happen!

Organic Waste

Dishes, drinking cups, food wrappers and utensils available on-site will be entirely compostable. We would therefore ask that such items, along with all food leftovers, be disposed of in the brown bins available throughout the park.

Water Stations

Spring water stations will also be available to the public for use and reuse with refillable bottles available at a onetime cost of $1 each.

Seeking volunteers!

If you wish to join the Kirkland Day organizing committee or help out on the day itself, please dial 514 694-4100, ext. 3314. There will always be a place for YOU... Come and be part of our team – we look forward to seeing you!



Kirkland Day, which takes place mid-June, is a big outdoor annual festival celebrating the inauguration of the Town of Kirkland on March 24, 1961.
The first Kirkland Day was held on June 20th, 1970 at the dedication of Kirkland Park. Since then, Kirkland residents come out in great numbers every year to celebrate this wonderful town together!