Peterborough's largest free recreation program returns Saturday July 15th 2017! 

 Peterborough Pulse invites the whole city to walk, bike, dance, play, and socialize in spaces typically used by cars. For one summer day, George Street transforms into a vibrant car-free corridor filled with: families pushing strollers, cyclists and roller-skaters, Karate and Zumba, art and music, and more.

Why Create a Car Free Event? 

We want to inspire Peterborough to become the healthiest and happiest city it can be. By opening the streets to people- Pulse promotes healthy communities, active transportation, local business, and neighborhood pride! 

 

For information on:

  • How to get to Peterborough Pulse,
  • What to do at Pulse,
  • Which roads are closed and open for Pulse, and
  • What Open Streets are all about

Click the Learn More link above!

The Route

The 2016 Peterborough Pulse Route creates a car-free space down George Street from Parkhill Road to Sherbrooke Street and along Charlotte Street from Louis Street to George Street. Participants are invited to travel the route and enjoy Pulse activities, games, and exciting installations along the way!