The City of Charlottetown raised the Prince of Wales Prize Flag outside of City Hall on May 15 as a sign of welcome and respect for Their Royal Highnesses – Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall – who are arriving in the City on May 19.
A free evening of family activities for the Royal Visit is taking place at Province House on Monday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m. There will be multicultural, theatrical and musical entertainment, as well as hot dogs and icecream. Tim Chaisson and Band, Catherine MacLellan, Patrick Ledwell, Wade Lynch, Paper Lions and The Meds are performing. There will be fireworks over the Charlottetown Harbour at 9 p.m.
An itinerary for the Royal Visit can be found at: www.gov.pe.ca/royaltour.
About the Prince of Wales Flag:
The Prince of Wales Flag was received by the City of Charlottetown in 2005 when Heritage Canada The National Trust recognized the Capital City for its exemplary commitment to protecting, enhancing and celebrating its heritage buildings and historic districts. It is the royal purple colour and has the Prince of Wales insignia on it.
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee, Councillor Jason Coady, and Deputy Mayor Stu MacFadyen pose with the Prince of Wales Prize Flag at the official flag raising on Thursday, May 15. The flag, which was presented to the City by Heritage Canada The National Trust in 2005, is being flow for the duration of the Royal Visit as a sign of welcome and respect.
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