Annual Mardi Gras Parade Pinckneyville's annual Halloween festival brings thousands to the streets downtown. The festival culminates with the Mardi Gras Parade, a tradition dating back to the early 1920s.
American Thresherman Association Agricultural history is on display every August at the Perry County Fairgrounds when the ATA brings its Steam, Gas, and Threshing Show to Pinckneyville. The fairgrounds are also home to the ATA's Harvest Show each October.
Pinckneyville Panther Football Athletic programs for youth abound, both within and outside of the school districts. Pinckneyville has a junior football league for youngsters, and the PCHS football program offers freshman, sophomore, and varsity teams.
City Hall The Pinckneyville City Hall at 104 South Walnut Street, was completed in 1991 and houses the City Clerk's office, City Police Department, Commissioners Offices & Council Chambers.
Pinckneyville Panther Baseball Pitcher Brandon Hardin follows through on a fastball as he makes his contribution to Pinckneyville's proud baseball and softball tradition.
Colonel Pinckney Pinckneyville is named in honor of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, a direct aid to George Washington during the Revolutionary War and a minister to France during the famous “XYZ Affair.”
Perry County Fair Established in 1856, the Perry County Fair is the oldest continuously running fair in Illinois. Exhibits, pageants, rides, horse racing, and live entertainment are hallmarks of the annual June event.
Welcome to Pinckneyville For over 150 years, Pinckneyville has been the friendly little city; an inviting town for visitors and a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family.
Pinckneyville City Lake Encompassing approximately 190 acres, the Pinckneyville City Lake not only serves as the town's water reservoir, it has also become an excellent bass fishing destination.