Roma at Three Rivers is a National Historic Site on Prince Edward Island
Roma At Three Rivers, a unique heritage site on Prince Edward Island
In 1933 the Site now known as "Jean Pierre Roma at Three Rivers" was designated a National Historic Site in recognition of the fact that Jean Pierre Roma in 1732 established one of the first  successful commercial venture on Prince Edward Island
Roma's mailing address is:
THREE RIVERS ROMA INC., BOX 758, MONTAGUE,
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA, C0A 1R0
Site Manager ... Marlo Dodge
902 838 3413 ...  roma1732@gmail.com
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The 2016-2017 Board of Directors are: ),  Helen Lockerby ( President), Robert Perrin (Treasurer),  Darlene Larter (Secretary), Dale Dewar (Past President), Gordon Cobb, Rosemary Dewar, Lise Morin, Julie Pellisier-Lush ... all Board Members can be reached at: ROMA1732@GMAIL.COM

Roma at Three Rivers is a nonprofit organization incorporated under the name Three Rivers Roma Inc. It is run by a volunteer Board of Directors whose purpose is "to develop the Three Rivers/Jean Pierre Roma site at Brudenell Point into a significant historical, archaeological and educational destination".


Roma at Three Rivers
can be reached at:
 
phone: 902 838 3413
email: roma1732@gmail.com
web sites:
www.roma3rivers.com
www.romapei.com


 Admission ...
Adults (18 & over) ... $5.00;
Children (
under 6) ... Free; Children (6-17) ... $3.00

Family of 4 (2 adults & 2+ children) ... $15.00
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Facts
"This road is not as well worked as the other one ... most of the trees lying on the ground across the road have been left where they lie, since it is easy enough to step over them", commented Jean Pierre Roma about the road built between Trois Rivières and Port la Joye...
from Jill MacLean's book on Roma
The early 1740s were years of relative prosperity in Isle St. Jean, years of good harvest and slow migration of Acadians from the mainland. But war was soon to disrupt this peaceful pattern, for France was becoming far too powerful commercially for the peace of mind of the English ...
from Jill MacLean's  book on Roma

Roma's driving address is: at the east end of
ROMA POINT ROAD,  BRUDENELL POINT., PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, off Rte 319, 8 km from MONTAGUE
                click Google Earth for directions

Things To Do at Roma
Contacts
Roma's Heritage Lunch is served daily at noon featuring bread baked in Roma's outdoor oven, home made Roma soup, baked beans & fish cakes, chocolate cake or ginger cookies, herbal tea ...



 Group Programs

Groups of  8 to 10 are invited to step back almost 300 years into life in the 1730s through  themed experiences.
Choose from:
Fish Tales & Tall Ships; and/or That's Life! in the 1730s;



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Roma's summer program offering guided tours and costumed interpreters will begin again in the summer of 2011 ... check back for dates and times


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Feel free to wonder the Roma Site and browse the signage explaining the historical significance of the Jean Pierre Roma era (1732-1745) and the Macdonald era of the 1800s.


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"We'll be back" say the visitors to Roma ... 


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Roma at Three Rivers is highlighted under "Things To Do", History and Culture ... Points East Costal Drive 


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Jean Pierre Roma at Three Rivers is a member of Points East Costal Drive
roma1732@gmail.com
www.roma3rivers.com
Phone: 902 838 3413
505 Roma Point Road
(off Rte 319, 8 km from Montague)

ROMA'S COORDINATES


OPEN ...  late June to late September, 2016

Roma's summer daily program offers guided tours by costumed interpreters starting     June 27 to September 25 (11:00 am to 5:00 pm daily). 
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The Roma Site is a secluded, quiet, picturesque spot tucked away in an historic PEI location where you can wander the grounds and browse the signage explaining the  historical significance of the Jean Pierre Roma era (1732-1745) and the Macdonald era of the 1800s ... check out our collection of artifacts unearthed at the Site in the 1970s. Or simply bring a picnic lunch, relax, and enjoy one of the loveliest views in eastern PEI