Great day for a garden party
Aaron Ryder as George Coles (first premier of P.E.I. and a Father of Confederation) and Melissa MacKenzie as Mercy Coles (daughter of George Coles) enjoy a stroll at the annual summer garden party at Fanningbank in Charlottetown Wednesday. The event, hosted by P.E.I. Lt.-Gov. Frank Lewis and his wife, Dorothy, attracts Islanders and visitors every summer to sample seasonal treats, tour the grounds and enjoy entertainment. For more pictures of people making the most of a summer day in Charlottetown,
Triplets Marley, left, Eli and Leah Stuart of Belleville, Ont., play on the giant lobster at the Port of Charlottetown. They were there with their parents, Desmond and Jessica. It was the first time the family has been to P.E.I. and they are staying in Charlottetown for three days before going to a wedding in Halifax, N.S.
Jane Beach, left, of Regina, Sask., with granddaughter Kaitlyn Beach and daughter-in-law Lesley Beach spend some quality family time together at Peakes Wharf in Charlottetown.
Sisters Janie and Emily Lupish of Charlottetown charge through the sprinklers at Victoria Park in Charlottetown. Grandparents Dwight and Mary Jane Lupish of Grimsby, Ont., were sitting nearby enjoying spending time with their granddaughters.
Eighteen-month-old Estelle MacPhail of Charlottetown stops to look at flowers at Government House at the annual summer garden party.
Mya Schaay, 4, and her brother Noah, 6, of Halifax, N.S., play on a statue in Charlottetown. The Schaay family has rented a cottage at Cousins Shore for a family vacation.
Irvin Amoraal of London, Ont., reads a book while waiting for his wife, Coby, to finish shopping at Vermillion Art Works in Charlottetown. Irvin says they are looking to moving to P.E.I.