Wakefield, Quebec is home to some of the regions greatest annual festivals and events. A vibrant and diverse community, Wakefield offers a mix of events that reflect the community’s artistic, cultural and active outdoor lifestyle. Be sure to visit our Events page for a complete listing of all of the Festivals and Events taking place in Wakefield.

The Artists in Their Environment Studio Tour is a group of artists and artisans who open their studios to visitors over two weekends every September- October at the most colourful time in the Gatineau Hills. The Tour has been in existence for over a quarter century.

An annual festival celebrating green living in Wakefield, Quebec. The events offers a series of speakers, workshops, Green Market and a giant village clean-up.

An annual festival celebrating visual and performing arts in Wakefield, Quebec. Workshops, outdoor markets and kids camps are but a few of the offerings at the annual Ta Da! Festival.

An annual event that takes place every August, Wakefest is an all-arts festival celebrating our local artists, performers and creators, allowing them to come together and fuse their talents with other artists from other parts of Canada and beyond. Wakefest aims to inspire everyone in our community to engage creatively in a supportive atmosphere.

In our world of information overload and short attention spans, the organizers of the Wakefield Doc Fest felt the need to take some time to reflect on an issue, on a particular aspect of human existence, so that we could form an educated opinion about it.  The documentary film allows us to do that. Doc Fest is an annual event that takes place over three consecutive weekends every February.

The Wakefield Writers Festival – La Pêche is an anticipated and visible bilingual cultural, literary and educational event in the Municipality of La Pêche. Started in 2014, the festival creates spaces for authors and readers to explore writing and ideas in fun and interesting ways. It promotes both local and nationally known authors, and raises awareness about literacy and reading/writing, in French and English.