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Pre-Congress Dinner &
Harbour Boat Tour at Sunset
Tuesday 25th June - $40 USD

Peakes Wharf, 1 Great George St

(11 minute walk from Congress Location)

Low-key dinner* along the wharf at the Chip Shack consisting of simple foods, including Fish & Chips, Lobster Roll & Fries, Lobster Poutine and award-winning Grilled Cheese & Fries. Dessert will consist of Cow’s Ice Cream, an Island treasure. This will be followed by a tour of the Charlottetown Harbour at sunset. For those interested, we’ll end the evening along Victoria Row, a selection of pubs near the Congress Location.

 

*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions

Wednesday 26 June
Evening Dinner - $50 USD

Claddagh Room / Olde Dublin Pub – 131 Sydney St

(7 minute walk from Congress Location)

 

Traditional “Corned Beef & Cabbage” PEI Boiled Dinner* with all the Fixin’s (chow, pickled beets, mustard pickles), also known as a Jigg’s Dinner. Although simple, this meal will give you memories of home. The meal will start with various choices of oysters while we wait for everyone to arrive. The appetizer is a classic PEI Seafood Cake with baked beans and tomato jam while the dessert will be Sticky Date Pudding with Irish whiskey brown sugar sauce.

 

The meal will be followed by live Maritime entertainment. If time remains, we’ll continue the evening at the Gahan House, a brewery across the street.

 

*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions.

Thursday 27th June
Evening “Gala” Dinner - $50

New Glasgow Lobster Suppers, New Glasgow

(Transportation via bus)

 

A traditional PEI “Lobster Supper”, a must while on PEI. The dinner* will start with all-you-can eat chowder, mussels, fresh out-of-the-oven rolls and salad. This will be followed by a 1.5lb lobster or 8oz striploin dinner. For dessert, you’ll have your choice of various options, including famous “mile high” lemon meringue pie.

 

The night will continue with a PEI Ceilidh featuring the Richard Wood Trio, an Island favorite.

 

*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions.

Friday 28th June
Young Investigator Breakfast Panel -
$10 USD

Rodd Charlottetown – Georgian Terrace

 

Informal breakfast session giving trainees and early career researchers the chance to chat with a panel of experienced investigators. This informal meeting will provide an opportunity to ask any burning career and/or scientific questions you have to a panel with broad expertise across a variety of career paths, including clinical work, academia and working for/with industry.

 

*Breakfast options include The Traditional (scrambled eggs; bacon & sausage; home fried potatoes; breakfast pastries), The Charlottetown (pancakes; bacon & sausage; home fried potatoes; breakfast pastries) and The Fitzroy (sausage, bacon or vegetarian omelet; home fried potatoes; breakfast pastries).

 

*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions.

Friday 28th June
Evening Dinner - $50 USD

Lobster on the Wharf - 2 Prince St

(13 minute walk from Congress Location)

 

Relaxing End-of-Congress dinner* overlooking Charlottetown Harbour. The meal will consist of a Lobster Bisque as an appetizer, followed by fresh Halibut or Tenderloin as a main, followed by Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble Pie for dessert.

 

Entertainment will follow. For those interested, we’ll end the evening along at the different pubs along Peakes Wharf and Victoria Row.

 

*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions.

Saturday 29th June
Post-Congress Bike and or Beach Trip - $50 or $100

 

Bike and Beach Trip Option - $100

The Post-Congress event will consist of a bike trip along protected PEI trails and coastline.

  • Attendees will be bussed from Charlottetown to Mount Stewart, the start of our ride.

  • There we will have lunch* consisting of Lobster Rolls and Raspberry Cheesecake.

  • Next we will ride for approximately 2 hours to a little-known beach, where we can hang out and enjoy the sun. There’s also a nice little lighthouse within walking distance.

  • Next we will ride thru Morell then along the PEI coastline, ending in St. Peters. Supper* in St. Peters will consist of Fried Fish/Scallops/Clams & Fries with more Cow’s Ice Cream for dessert.

  • The evening will end with a bonfire at Greenwich Beach before being bussed back to Charlottetown. A great way to end the Congress.

  • Note that electric-assisted bicycles are available for those who haven’t ridden a bike in a while. To ease your mind, this won’t be a Tour de France. It will be much more relaxed and accommodating for all ages.

Saturday 29th June
Post-Congress Beach Trip Option- $50

 

For those not interested in biking, attendees can still participate in everything else mentioned above (i.e., beach, lunch, supper, bonfire). Here attendees will be bussed to Greenwich Beach, which is part of the Prince Edward Island National Park. Attendees can enjoy the beach and a nice walk through the forest, marsh, boardwalk and sand dunes.

 

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*Options will be provided for those with dietary restrictions.