When October 14, 2023 at 6:00pm 3 hrs
Where North Marysburgh Town Hall 2699 County Rd 8, Prince Edward, ON K0K 2T0, Canada
Contact Cheryl Anderson [email protected] 613 - 849 - 7743

Thank you for supporting South Shore Joint initiative and joining us to celebrate our 5th anniversary and the creation of the new Monarch Point Conservation Reserve. Your donation allows us to continue with our education and conservation programs, including the Commercial Fisheries Oral History Project, the development of South Shore Footpath and the restoration of Hudgin Log House.

“It is time for us to celebrate,” comments SSJI president John Hirsch. “We’ve worked hard to inform, educate and engage people in our rare and beautiful South Shore and are proud of our success in getting these nearly 4,000 acres permanently protected.”

Any inquiries with regards to this event and ticket sales can be directed by email to Cheryl Anderson at [email protected].

We are grateful to our Event Sponsors: Elizabeth Crombie Real Estate, Magpie Clothing Essentials, and to Prince Edward County Field Naturalists

We'd also like to thank Broken Stone Winery, Cape VineyardsCasa-Dea Estates WineryCounty Cider CompanyDel-Gatto Estates, Exultet EstatesGravelhill VineyardsLighthall VineyardsRedtail VineyardsRosehall Run VineyardsSlake BrewingStanners VineyardTraynor Family Vineyard, and Waupoos Estates Winery for donating wine and cider!


Night of the Monarch SSJI


Each $150 ticket includes HST, gratuity and a $50 donation to South Shore Joint Initiative. You will receive a tax receipt for each ticket purchased after the event. After completing the ticket purchase, you will be directed to select dinner option(s). Each table will seat 6 people and can be reserved in advance by emailing Cheryl Anderson at [email protected].

South Shore Joint initiative was established in 2018 with a vision for a permanently protected Prince Edward County South Shore where together biodiversity and people thrive. The organization’s mission is to educate and advocate for the protection, preservation and restoration of South Shore lands and waters. The Initiative includes nine County, provincial and national environmental organizations.