Prince Edward Island Events

Prince Edward Island 2017


Jul 29-Aug 1 Sun-Tue  RDV 2017 at Halifax, NS
The Tall Ships Regatta

An exciting transatlantic race of 7,000 nautical miles taking place over the course of five months in six countries. At their arrival in the Gulf of St Lawrence, the Tall Ships will start the Guest Port Program portion of their trip and will stop in more than 30 Canadian ports.

Race #4 Halifax, NS. Host city of the last portion of the Tall Ships Regatta going to Le Havre in France. The best of Nova Scotia will be showcased through music, culinary, historical and family friendly experiences on both sides of the harbour and in outport communities around the province. Nova Scotia’s sailing ambassador Bluenose II will be front and centre during the event, highlighting their seafaring history and sail training passion. More info:


Aug 5  Sat  The Rolling Barrage

The Rolling Barrage a rolling fundraiser in support of veterans and serving members. A nationwide strength, and unity to conquer the stigma of combat PTSD.
BEGINS at Mile 1 H-D, Mount Pearl, NF to ferry at Argentia on Saturday, Aug. 5th.
Arrives in Sydney on Sunday, Aug. 6th and proceeds to Halifax, NS.
Departs Halifax on Monday, Aug. 7th for Gagetown, NB.
Departs Gagetown on Tuesday, Aug. 8th for Valcartier, PQ and continues across Canada ending in Esquimalt, BC on Sunday August 20th.
Riders and supporters may join in at any point along the route.
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Sept 9  Sat  Memorial Ride

4th Annual Jackie Robinson Memorial Run & Food Drive in support of the Charlottetown Food Bank. Meet at 167 Malpeque Road (Sears Parking lot) Charlottetown, PE. Time: 1pm-4pm – Kickstands up at 1pm. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Charlottetown Food Bank. Party to follow run at 8 Ling Drive in York. More Info: Dawn Ferguson 902-675-3485


Oct 7  Sat  Ride for the Breath of Life

Ride for the Breath of Life in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
Come join us, have some fun and help raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis Canada to find a cure or control for cystic fibrosis – the most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults. For more information or to register go to or contact  Ray Carmichael  902-388-6262 and or