Cadet Corps from across the Island will converge on the Red Shores Entertainment Complex at Charlottetown, for a day of pageantry, displays, and military precision. Cadet performances in marching bands, ceremonial guards and outdoor...more
Come join us in beautiful Cavendish for Community Heritage Day. An event that will be filled with history, family and fun. Enjoy people dressed in old-fashioned costume, speeches by government members, recognition of volunteer groups...more
This project will further beautify Great George Street with a bronze statue and interpretative panels. The statue will be two of the Fathers of Confederation, John Hamilton Gray from PEI and John Hamilton Gray from New Brunswick....more
History comes alive when you stroll down Charlottetown's historic district with the Confederation Players-- a troupe of costumed, young, bilingual Canadians, trained as the Fathers and Ladies of Confederation. Join the Players for...more
On July 12, 2014 Cardigan will unveil a sculpture depicting the beginning steps of building a wooden hulled sailing vessel. Open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Make it a family day to take in the accompanying heritage displays, stories, food...more
Join us for some of the best keelboat racing and waterfront fun in the Atlantic Canada. Yachts from Shediac, Barrachois, Pictou, Halifax, Chester, Lunenburg, Charlottetown, Summerside and many other ports of call have raced with us...more
"PEI Has Talent” show, hosted by the Crapaud Exhibition, will be held on Friday, July 25th, 2014. Island youth, ages 6 to 17, will compete in three categories: vocal, dance and instrumental. The concert, including other Island performers...more
The beautiful fishing village of Murray Harbour located in southeastern Kings County will be holding an old fashioned social, or as they used to call them in days gone by "Tea Parties". Murray Harbour's event will include historical...more
The Tryon Peoples' Cemetery 2014 Commemorative Celebration will honor the pioneers of the community, especially those who served in political life leading up to and including Confederation.The Tryon Peoples' Cemetery 2014 Commemorative...more
When 23 men met in Charlottetown PEI in 1864, their collective thinking and visioning ultimately led to the formation of Canada.
Just imagine what 23 women would envision.
Join us for a momentous leadership event and conference...more
To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the St. Andrew's Dinner, the Caledonian Club of Prince Edward Island will promote the Scottish culture in PEI with traditional celebrations at the St. Andrew's Dinner of 2014....more