Celebrate the City of Charlottetown’s 163rd birthday! Show your civic pride at events for all ages including Arts & Culture Awards, a traditional Natal Day parade, outdoor pancake breakfast, youth and seniors’ programming, free workshops, and a birthday party in Victoria Park!
The 4th Annual North Atlantic Tionól will be held from June 8-10, 2018.
The North Atlantic Tionól is a weekend series of workshops and concerts presented by masters of the uilleann pipes, fiddle, guitar, set dancing, and bodhran from Canada, the U.S., Ireland, and the U.K.
Information on registration, concert tickets, and full schedule can be found on our website www.northatlanticpipers.org
Le 4ème Tionól Atlantique Nord annuel aura lieu du 8 au 10 juin 2018.
Le North Atlantic Tionól est une série de week-end d’ateliers et de concerts présentés par des maîtres de l’uilleann pipes, du violon, de la guitare, de la danse et du bodhran du Canada, des États-Unis, d’Irlande et du Royaume-Uni.
Vous trouverez des informations sur l’inscription, les billets de concert et l’horaire complet sur notre site Internet www.northatlanticpipers.org
Come help kick off the Indian River Festival summer season at our Open House! There will be music, food, drinks, and great conversation. Come see why they say #musicbreatheshere
The Queens County Relay for Life is a community of people fighting back against cancer. The festival-like fundraising event brings together teams of family, friends and colleagues to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those we’ve lost and commit to raising funds to fight all types of cancer. We’d love to see you out cheering on Relay participants and enjoying the evening’s activities.
Food – Fun – Entertainment!
Experience our Middle Eastern Culture with traditional Food, dancing, music and more!
There will be entertainment for all ages including free Bouncies and face painting.
FREE ADMISSION- RAIN or SHINE!
Niki Jabbour, a well-known gardening author, will be speaking on how to extend the harvest into late fall and winter using season extenders like cold frames and mini hoop tunnels. She will also talk about the best crops to grow for the cold season. There will be a limited number of Niki’s book available for purchase for $25 (cash only). There will also be a book signing opportunity… purchase a book on site or bring one from home!
The lawns of Wyatt Heritage Properties are transformed into a Victorian style carnival featuring five cent carnival games, ten cent tea tent and tea leaf reader, clowns, petting farm, live music, arm wrestling, magic show, miniature horse rides, carnival food and more. Admission is free. The carnival is planned with all ages in mind and is the perfect place to meet old friends and make new ones.
Join Ducks Unlimited Canada and many of our conservation partners for a FREE family fun day on June 23rd behind the Farm Centre in Charlottetown.
They will be hosting wetland activities for kids, fly-fishing demos, a free BBQ, face-painting, a wetland nature walk, retriever demonstrations and more. Musical entertainment will be provided by The Music Man (Michael Pendergast) and others.
For more information, please contact Ducks Unlimited Canada at 902-569-6024.
Come join us at the 2nd Annual PEI Lobster Festival featuring special culinary host Chef Michael Smith. Free day time event at the historic Souris lighthouse from 12-4pm with fun events, demonstrations, contests and our ever popular Island Chef Lobster Roll Challenge. Along with all of this, enjoy our musical guests Michael & Shane Pendergast for some down home entertainment. Kid friendly too with a Lester the Lobster show. Presented by the Souris Harbour Authority. Sponsored by the PEI Fishermen’s Association and supported by the Lobster Fishers of PEI Marketing Board.
Going in to its 12th year, DiverseCity Charlottetown will attract more than 20,000 newcomers, visitors and islanders of all ages to Queen Street in downtown Charlottetown on Sunday, June 24th. This eagerly anticipated event is filled with delicious food, sights, sounds, and performances from the many cultures that now call PEI home.