In honour of Charlottetown hosting Rogers Hometown Hockey, the City is calling on residents and businesses to help "Paint the Town Red". Decorate your storefront displays, windows, doors, houses, and/or cars in red to share your enthusiasm for this exciting event and show your love of hockey and community spirit!
Rogers Hometown Hockey’s stop in the Capital City will include a two-day, jam-packed festival at Queen’s Wharf (1 Queen Street) from October 21-22. It will feature live entertainment, local celebrities, prize giveaways, NHL alumni and a multitude of free activities for the whole family to enjoy, including an outdoor viewing party of an NHL® game (Vancouver Canucks vs. Detroit Red Wings) broadcast nationally on Sportsnet™ and hosted live in Charlottetown by Ron MacLean and Tara Slone.
Let’s celebrate being one of the lucky cities chosen as a stop on the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour! Between now and Monday, October 16, decorate with streamers, posters, Canada flags, hockey jerseys, signs, red lights and anything else you can come up with to welcome the tour.
In honour of "Paint the Town Red", the City Hall bell tower, Holman Grand Hotel and Confederation Centre of the Arts will be lit up in red from October 17 until the event ends on October 22.
City of Charlottetown