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The Charlottetown Festival

The Charlottetown Festival is a celebration of Canadian performing arts, held annually in the heart of Prince Edward Island’s capital city. Actors, dancers and musicians come from across Canada to show off their talents in musical theater productions from about June to October. There are four stages operated by Confederation Centre of the Arts: the newly renovated showpiece Homburg Theater with 1100 seats and state-of-the-art production facilities – and the home of Anne of Green Gables–The Musical™ since it opened in 1965; The Mack, a 200-seat theater known for its intimate atmosphere and festive productions; the 100-seat Studio Theater where newer, or smaller productions are mounted; and the outdoor amphitheater where each year Confederation Centre’s Young Company presents a rousing, free performance celebrating Canadian culture. Canada’s top singers and dancers are attracted to PEI each season to take part in the theater festival that celebrates the country’s stories and culture with live music, lively dancing and inspiring performances.

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Peake’s Wharf Historic Waterfront Concert Series

Peakes Wharf summer concert series is a FREE outdoor concert on the beautiful Charlottetown waterfront that takes place 7 afternoon and 7 nights a week(all shows weather permitting). There is a wide variety of local entertainers including The Kitsons, Kendall Docherty, Gord Belsher & Richard Wood, the Muddy Buddy Duo and more.

Getting There:

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The Story of Confederation

Explore the Confederation Chamber, an accurate replica of the Province House site where Canada was born.  The Upper Foyer of the Confederation Centre of the Arts has been transformed into a stunning replica of the historic Confederation Chamber where the Fathers of Confederation met during the Charlottetown Conference. While there, watch Parks Canada’s new film, “A Building of Destiny”, which transports viewers back in time to the first eight days in September, 1864, when the discussions that took place at Province House would change the face of North America. This film also showcases related themes, including the First Nations context at the time of Confederation and the role of women in Victorian society.

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Tentative Itinerary:

Although Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest province, it's big on golf! In fact, many consider PEi Canada's number one golf destination because you are never far from beaches, restaurants,shopping, or most of PEI's 25 stunning courses.  On this trip we will play four of the best PEI has to offer!

Green Gables Golf Course

Established in 1939 Green Gables GC has provided many golf memories for generations making it a “Must Play” on Prince Edward Island.  Designed in 1939 by world renowned Scottish architect Stanley Thompson and rejuvenated by one of today’s leading architects, Thomas McBroom, Green Gables is one of PEI’s most unique golf experiences. Located in Prince Edward Island’s National Park, Green Gables provides both traditional and modern golfing pleasures.  Here, you’ll find everything a seaside course has to offer: views of the famous sand dunes at Cavendish, Anne of Green Gables House, ocean vistas, and exceptional course conditions.

Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating
Tee #1 (Gold) 72 / 6874 / 74.2 / 137
Tee #2 (Blue) 72 / 6480 / 72.0 / 131
Tee #3 (White) 72 / 5985 / 70.0 / 124                          
Tee #4 (Red) 72 / 5286 / 71.9/ 127

Dundarave Golf Course

This is a challenging yet fair layout that offers generous fairways lined with luscious pines. The course is well designed. It has five tee boxes that vary from 4820 to 7089.  PEI is famous for its "red dirt" and that is what you'll find in the this well bunkered course. Dundarave is beautiful track that provides some very scenic waterscapes, especially the holes that offer views of the Brudenell River.  The golf course was designed by award winning architects Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry and opened in July of l999.  Since its opening it has consistently been ranked within the top three courses in PEI.  Golf Digest recently rated Dundarave at four and one half stars, raving,

“Outstanding, plan your next vacation

around it”.  So we did!

Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating                                 
Tee #1 (Black) 72 / 7089 / 74.4 / 143
Tee #2 (Gold) 72 / 6606 / 72.0 / 134
Tee #3 (White) 72 / 6028 / 69.6 / 134                          
Tee #4 (Green) 72 / 5389 / 65.4/ 113

Tee #5 (Red) 72 / 4820 / 68.3/ 122

Glen Afton Golf Course
Glen Afton,with the mix of wooded and links style of play, is one of the most interesting and fun places to play golf on PEI. Its impressive par-70 layout is a crowd-pleaser on all fronts, spanning a scenic 5,847 yards adorned with a variety of bluegrass, rye grass, and fescue. Environmentally conscious patrons will also be pleased to know that Glen Afton uses minimal herbicide and works hard to reduce their carbon footprint while conducting their operations.  This is a casual, rustic course and though the fairways and rough are not as manicured as the high end courses on PEI the scenic views and holes that play along the Northumberland Straight make it worth

the visit. 

Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating                                 
Tee #1 (Black) 72 / 5962 / 68.3 / 121
Tee #2 (Blue) 72 / 5623 / 66.8 / 118
Tee #3 (White) 72 /5153 /70.6 / 115

The Links at Crowbush Cove
Recognized by Golf Digest as Canada’s Best New Course in 1994. This is considered to be Tom McBroom's links style masterpiece, overlooking the north shore dunes of PEI the course offers stunning views of the Gulf of St. Laurence. Course conditioning is usually immaculate and the greens are undulating and challenging. Each hole offers its own challenge for every level of golfer, which allows you to use most of the clubs in your bag, especially if it's windy. It is truly a must play. How can it get better than a Golf Digest five star rating? Truly an unbelievable combination of nature and imagination.  The Links at Crowbush Cove is the top rated course on PEI, we think

you'll love it!

Tee / Par / Yardage / Slope / Rating                                 
Tee #1 (Black) 72 / 7050 / 74.5 / 139
Tee #2 (Blue) 72 / 6600 / 72.3 / 136
Tee #3 (White) 72 /6200 /70.4 / 133                          
Tee #4 (Green) 72 / 5560 / 67.6/ 121

Tee #4 (Red) 72 / 5100 / 70.1 / 122

 Prince Edward Island Golf Adventure

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

July 24 - 31, 2022

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Anne of Green Gables Tour
Discover the picturesque region of Green Gables Shore on this half-day tour from Charlottetown. This is the quaint, historic region of Prince Edward Island that inspired L.M. Montgomery’s classic 1908 novel ‘Anne of Green Gables.’ It is also home to stunning rolling hills, sandy beaches, and sandstone cliffs. Tour the popular Green Gables House with a knowledgeable guide, then stop at the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, a riverside restaurant with artisan preserves, fine teas, bone china, local pottery and more. 

From Charlottetown we'll make the drive north to Green Gables Shore for a few hours of sightseeing. Along the way, from rolling farmlands to a windswept coastline, make stops for photo opportunities at lighthouses and the popular Cavendish Beach.  What we found interesting was that this tour is not so much about the books but about the island, it’s food, climate and local People.

PEI Lobster Tour with Lunch – This 2-2.5 hour boat tour offers a peak into the life of a Canadian Lobster Fisherman. Captain Chancey will welcome us aboard his Fundy Cruiser and take our group out into the open waters off PEI. We'll learn about the habitat and life-cycle of the lobster as well as see how they are harvested, when they haul a lobster trap and band the lobster claws. The cruise includes an interpreted tour of a historic lighthouse, the scenery of Charlottetown Harbor and a visit to a seal colony.  Not only do you get to learn about sea life and lobsters, but you also get to eat some! The crew will provide freshly prepared Mussles and Lobster Rolls for lunch.  This tour is considered a PEI Authentic Experience and has been consistently rated Excellent by TripAdvisor.

Anne of Green Gables-The Musical™ - Anne of Green Gables–The Musical™ will return for its 57th consecutive season the summer of 2021, a testament to enduring story of an orphan girl who came from away and changed the Island forever.  The classic is a humorous, touching, and truly athletic musical that will inspire your imagination, tickle your funny bone, and mesmerize you with both graceful and exhilarating singing and dancing. This family musical tells the poignant and funny story of a freckle-faced, red-haired orphan named Anne Shirley who arrives at the Bright River Railway Station full of hope for a new life. Her destination is the home of brother and sister Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. When she arrives at Green Gables, Anne is devastated when she discovers that the elderly couple is expecting a boy from the orphanage…and then ecstatic when they decide to keep her. With her fiery temper, love of melodrama and romance, and penchant for misadventure, she brings laughter, love, and more than a little consternation to the Cuthbert’s quiet lives. In return, Anne finds the happiness and the home she has longed for all her life.  With a company of 28 amazing Canadian talents and a 14-member live orchestra, this Canadian classic has delighted more than 2.5 million people over 2,500 times at Confederation Centre.  Anne of Green Gables–The Musical™ is a humorous, touching, and truly athletic musical that will inspire your imagination, tickle your funny bone, and mesmerize you with both graceful and exhilarating singing and dancing.

Prince Edward Island Preserve Company
In 1987, Bruce MacNaughton and his wife, Shirley purchased a 100 year old Creamery, which was a pretty well worn down building on the bank of the River Clyde, in the lovely village of New Glasgow in Prince Edward Island.  Their goal was to renovate and create a food destination that welcomed and treated guests to food with integrity and flavor.  It all started with their low sugar preserves, specialty foods, blending full leaf tea, and has since grown spice blends as well.

They have developed the location with hard work, positive word of mouth from our customers and customer caring staff. Their retail shop and online store sell only items they enjoy themselves. They must be functional, beautiful and offer value.  We have met most producers of the products we sell, including Dunoon Pottery in Staffordshire, England.  We look for friendly people who produce excellent products at reasonable prices. Our seasonal restaurant is one of the busiest on the Island; they are there to serve tasty local comfort food at affordable prices.  We hope you'll enjoy this unique PEI company.

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  • Seven (7) nights in a Deluxe Water View Room at the Delta Hotels Prince Edward
  • Full Breakfast each morning in Water's Edge Restaurant
  • Welcome Farewell Cocktail Reception followed by Group Dinner(First night)
  • Cocktail Reception followed by Group Dinner(Last Night)
  • Anne of Green Gables Tour with lunch
  • The Confederation Theater. – Anne of Green Gables the Musical
  • Lobster Boat Tour with lunch
  • Historic Charlottetown Tour Sightseeing
  • Transportation provided for Airport, hotel, golf and sightseeing transfers while in PEI
  • Four (4) rounds of golf with carts at:
    • Dundarave Golf Course - Rated 4.5 Stars by Golf Digest
    • Green Gables Golf Course - A seaside gem that has been recently renovated
    • The Links at Crowbush Cove - PEI's top rated golf course
    • Glen Afton Golf Course - A classic course on the scenic Northumberland Straight
  • Gratuities on planned meals, taxes and fees are included


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Sunday, July 24, 2022
PM Fly into Prince Edward Island’s Charlottetown Airport and you will be transferred to the Delta Hotels Prince Edward, Charlottetown’s finest Hotel. This evening we’ll have a short orientation followed by cocktails and a welcome dinner.
6:00pm- Welcome Reception 
7:00pm- Welcome Dinner 

Monday, July 25, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill

8:45am- Depart hotel for Green Gables GC
10:00am- Tee times begin on Green Gables GC
PM- Dinner is on your own there are many dining options within a short walk of the hotel.

Tuesday, July 26, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill
9:00am- Depart hotel for Glen Afton GC
10:00am- Tee times begin on Glen Afton GC
PM- Dinner is on your own there are many dining options within a short walk of the hotel.

Wednesday July 27, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill

9:30am- Depart hotel for Anne of Green Gables tour with stops at Green Gables Heritage Place located in the Prince Edward Island National Park and the PEI Preserve Company.

2:30pm- Retun to the hotel and the rest of the day is free to explore Charlottetown

PM- Dinner is on your own there are many dining options within a short walk of the hotel.

Thursday, July 28, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill
8:45am- Depart hotel for Dundarave GC

10:00am- Tee times begin on Dundarave GC
PM- Dinner is on your own there are many dining options within a short walk of the hotel.

Friday July 29, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill

10:00am- Depart hotel for a short walk to the docks where we take the Lobster Boat Tour
10:30am- Lobster Boat Tour begins we will eat lunch while on the tour.

2:00pm- Enjoy the matinee show of Anne of Green Gables-The Musical.
PM- Dinner is on your own there are many dining options within a short walk of the hotel.

Saturday July 30, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill
9:00am- Depart hotel for the Links at Crowbush Cove.
10:00am- Tee Times begin on Links at Crowbush Cove.
6:00pm- Depart for short walk to the Culinary Institute of Canada where we'll have our reception and dinner.

Sunday July 31, 2022
7:00am-10:00am Breakfast served in Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill
AM- Participants check out and depart for home.

Have a safe trip home!

If a visit to PEI is not on your bucket list, it should be!  This is a trip our SFGA members are sure to enjoy. The trip is limited to only 24 golfers, so register early to confirm your spot.

Prince Edward Island is a special place to visit not only because it is one of Canada’s top golf destinations, because it is one of the most beautiful islands in the world boasting pristine beaches, traditional architecture and unmatched scenic beauty. Our package includes deluxe accommodations at one of PEI’s best hotels for 7 nights, breakfast each day, 3 group dinners, 4 rounds of golf on four of PEI’s finest courses and touring on all the days we don’t golf. This itinerary offers participants an opportunity to experience the local culture, history and local customs by participating in excursions where we’ll take you off the beaten path and into the heart of Prince Edward Island. You’ll have opportunities to experience the freshest seafood and taste the cuisine that has made PEI famous.

We have created the perfect blend of Golf and Sightseeing. This special Golf Adventure will have space for only 12 couples, we suggest you register early.

The best two ways to get to PEI are to fly or drive. Driving is a long but scenic way to get there. Once you arrive you won’t need a car, as we’ll be transferred around the island on a private motor coach. Transportation to/from PEI is not included in the package. Participants can fly from on Air Canada and West Jet Airlines. At this time there are no direct flights offered from the US. However, you can fly from most US airports to Toronto, Montreal or Halifax then take a connecting flight to Charlottetown, PEI.

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Prince Edward Island's only waterfront hotel. Delta Hotels Prince Edward is perfectly located in downtown Charlottetown within walking distance of the boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and performing arts centers along the vibrant Victoria Row. This Charlottetown hotel is directly connected to Prince Edward Island Convention Center, making it a convenient location for groups needing banquet space. After a busy day in Charlottetown, relax in meticulously designed rooms with pillow-top mattresses and soft linens. Complimentary Wi-Fi, room service and ergonomic workstations keep your stay comfortable and productive. Satisfy your cravings with fresh-caught seafood and locally distilled liquors at our Water's Edge Resto Bar & Grill. Maintain your workout routine in the hotel's fitness center or take a dive in their indoor lap pool.  This will be our base for the week. All of our participants will be in upgraded Water View Rooms.

Charlottetown is quaint and easy to walk around. It's bursting with big energy and infectious island vibes. It’s got all the charm and hospitality PEI is famous for, plus culinary experiences and an arts and culture scene that take visitors by surprise—in the best way possible.  You'll find that there is no better place than the Delta Prince Edward to discover Charlottetown.

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Sun and Fun Golf Association
71 Burbank Drive 
Palm Coast FL 32137 USA
+1 (904) 823 - 3083

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Golf Course Information:

$3,095 Per Golfer, Double Occupancy or $6,190 Per Couple both Golfing
$3,995 Per Golfer Single Occupancy
EXTRA NIGHT $475 Includes Room, Breakfast, Resort Fee & Tax

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PEI Regiment Museum

The PEI Regiment Museum was established in 1989 and is located in the Queen Charlotte Armoury. It is home to over 4000 artifacts from as far back as 1807, along with the interpretative displays. This museum is a hidden gem because it showcases the importance of the Canadian military and is visited by over 3000 people every year.

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