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Prince Edward Island 2017

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A CHEF'S PARADISE Prince Edward Island is a leader in the sea-to-table experience. Savvy foodies know that while lobster season kicks o in early May, the must-attend event of the fall is the mid-September Shellsh Festival—a lively celebration of Island cuisine and musical culture. For a more intimate group dining experience, the proprietors of The Table Culinary Studio, located in a converted country church, teach guests how to turn seasonal Island ingredients such as black garlic, honey, cheese, and even lavender, into their own unique and tasty dishes. HERITAGE CONNECTIONS: Millions of kindred spirits from around the world have visited Cavendish, home to Anne of Green Gables author Lucy Maud Montgomery, and have experienced Anne of Green Gables–The Musical, presented during the summertime Charlottetown Festival. History bus visiting Charlottetown will also enjoy learning about the birth of Confederation in the mid-18th century. Well worth the trek to the Island's eastern region is the Roma at Three Rivers national historic site where re-enactors, dressed in period garb, depict life during the 18th century. Over in the western part of the Island, Village Musical Acadien — an immersive musical and dinner theatre destination —is a highlight of Experience Evangeline, a tour and appreciation of the Island's unique Acadian culture. meetingsandconventionspei.com | 1-855-368-3688 | info@peimc.com

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