Details of Their Royal Highnesses, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, visit to Prince Edward Island next month has been released.
Charles and Camilla will be in Prince Edward May 19 and 20.
The Royal couple will fly into Charlottetown Airport on Victoria Day, Monday, May 19 arriving at 6:05 p.m.
With a little less than 24 hours in the province, the Royal couple plans stops in Charlottetown, Cornwall and Bonshaw.
Lt.-Gov. Frank Lewis, Premier Robert Ghiz and Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee will welcome the Royal couple at Charlottetown Airport.
Following a brief stop at Fanningbank, the couple will depart for downtown Charlottetown for an outdoor concert in front of historic Province House. Charles and Camilla will arrive at Province House at 8:30 p.m.
The Royal couple will be treated to a fireworks display over the capital city’s downtown at the end of the concert.
The couple will return to Government House at 9:15 p.m.
On Tuesday, May 20 at 10 a.m. the Royal couple will return to Province House where they will watch as Prince Edward Island youth take part in the annual youth parliament.
The youth parliament, made up of student from across Prince Edward Island, will be debating some of the issues facing the province as well as some of the issues that faced the Fathers of Confederation, who met in that very building 150 years ago.
The Speaker of the Prince Edward Island legislature, Carolyn Bertram, will present the Royal couple with a gift before they leave Province House for the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
There will be walkabout both before and after the couple’s visit to Province House, so the public will be able to meet Charles and Camilla.
While at Confederation Centre of the Arts, the board of directors will present Charles with the Symons medal, which is presented as part of the Symons lecture series.
Charles will then deliver the second of four speeches while in Canada.
Following that ceremony, the actor who portrays Anne of Green Gables at the centre will provide Charles and Camilla with a tour of the Confederation Centre.
The couple will then go their separate ways.
Camilla will go to the Prince Edward Home while Charles will go to Holland College where he will visit the sustainable urban development program. He is particularly interested in Holland College’s heritage retrofit program, organizers say.
Charles will then have a meeting with the Canadian Institute of Forestry back at Fanningbank.
At 2 p.m., the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall will visit their namesake Prince Edward Island town.
While in Cornwall, the couple will visit Cornwall United Church where the church will be hosting a salute to seniors event.
Charles will then proceed to the new Bonshaw Provincial Park, where he will dedicate a walking trail in his name and meet with Prince Edward Island athletes who will be attending the Commonwealth Games, which will be held July 23 to Aug. 3 in Glasgow, Scotland.
While Charles is in Bonshaw, Camilla will go to Immanuel Christian School in Charlottetown to meet with students and attend a theatrical performance.
The Royal couple leaves Prince Edward Island, via Charlottetown Airport, 4:15 p.m.
The couple’s next stop will be Winnipeg, Manitoba.
“Prince Edward Island is delighted to be included in this historic tour during 2014 as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference,” Premier Robert Ghiz said earlier this month.
“The Royal Tour is a wonderful opportunity to showcase the history, natural beauty, vibrant culture and people of our province.”