Thursday, June 14th is ISLAND TOUR DAY. You’ve come all the way to the East Coast and we want you to experience the Island and true PEI hospitality. The PEI Branch has put together 4 amazing tours that each give you a taste of something unique and foodie about the Island. There are enough seats on these tours for everyone attending the conference to participate in ONE tour. Spouses and sponsor partners are welcome.

Here’s the important part:  YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND A TOUR! Pick your favourite from the list below and then follow these instructions:
  • If you are already registered to attend the conference, please send a quick email to Samantha letting us know which tour you would like to sign up for. 
  • New delegates, please select your tour when you register to attend at

These tours do involve some time outside, in buildings and on the bus. Plan for the weather. Layering is a good idea in case the weather changes. We will meet in the hotel lobby at 9:00 am to start the day. Tours will return to the hotel around 3:00 pm – to ensure you have time to refresh before the President’s Dinner.

All tours include lunch.

Points East
Points East Tour
The Points East Tour starts at Vanco Farms, grower and packer of “Little Island Potato Company” in Mount Albion, PEI, then it’s on to Montague “the Beautiful” for a tour of Copper Bottom Craft Brewery, followed by lunch at Clam Diggers Restaurant overlooking Cardigan Bay.
Water’s Edge Tour – SOLD OUT
Start the day with a delicious Steak & Eggs breakfast, hosted at the state-of-the-art Atlantic Beef Products facility in Albany. Then we’ll travel to New London, PEI for a guided tour of Prince Edward Aqua Farms and the harvesting and production our famous Island Blue Mussels. Finally we’ll stop for a late lunch at Carr’s Oyster House, overlooking beautiful Stanley Bridge.
Water Edge
Charlottetown Tour – SOLD OUT
Stay right in Charlottetown to experience city life – PEI style. Visit Canada’s Smartest Kitchen to learn about product development. Next door, tour the newly renovated Culinary Institute of Canada, home to the Junior Culinary Team Canada. From there we visit and tour the Paderno Cookware Factory. Later we will head to Cow’s Creamery and Market shops, to see and learn about Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar, Cow’s Ice Cream, Anne of Green Gables Chocolates and, of course, Raspberry Point Oysters. We will then enjoy a delicious lunch at BoomBurger, featuring fresh island beef and home-cut fries.