P.E.I. Fest Salon din­ners of­fer food for thought

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

P.E.I. Fest isn’t about how many films one can squeeze into each day, its about lis­ten­ing to amaz­ing sto­ry­tellers in di­a­logue, see­ing a beau­ti­ful film, and then gath­er­ing to­gether to re­flect.

Prince Ed­ward Is­land has long been as­so­ci­ated with agri­cul­tural ex­cel­lence, a world-class fish­ery, and fine­din­ing that has drawn visi­tors back to the Is­land year af­ter year.

P.E.I. Fest Salon Din­ners are de­signed to stim­u­late con­ver­sa­tion while cel­e­brat­ing lo­cal farm­ers and fish­er­man, says Colin Stan­field, fes­ti­val pro­ducer.

“Break bread with P.E.I. Fest artists, in­flu­encers, and change­mak­ers at an in­ti­mate five­course din­ner at a ma­jes­tic, 250 year-old Is­land home­stead,” he says.

Ticket avail­able for July 14-15 Salon Din­ners are avail­able Fri­day at peifest.com/ salon din­ners.

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