Kiwanis Dairy Bar

Victoria Park / Kiwanis Dairy Bar circa 1955

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Kiwanis Dairy Bar 2018

The Kiwanis Dairy Bar in beautiful Victoria Park, Charlottetown, has been a well known and popular site during the summer months for over 63 years. It was opened in 1955, primarily to help finance operating costs for the wading pool at the other end of the park. The wading pool which opened two years earlier was also built by Kiwanis and is still in use today, maintained and operated by the City Parks Department. Profits from the dairy bar now go toward various community projects, including enhancements to Victoria Park. So grab an ice cream or lunch…you are doing a community service.

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At the Kiwanis Dairy Bar, it’s our mission to bring you the largest selection and the best quality products on the market. Along with a vast wealth of knowledge in the products we sell, the Kiwanis Dairy Bar carries everything you could possibly imagine and more. We’re here for our customers, and want each one of them to have a unique, one-of-a-kind experience at our amazing Ice Cream Parlor..

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Prince Edward Island’s longest operating dairy bar, the Kiwanis Dairy Bar is here to serve you first!  Your summer treat destination, located directly in Charlottetown’s outstandingly beautiful Victoria Park, enjoy your ice cream treats or fresh off the grille hot meals, while taking in Charlottetown’s most scenic harbour views.  The Kiwanis Dairy Bar understands the meaning of local and therefore all of the products sold are bought locally.  We are constantly grateful for your support over the years and with that support the Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown is able to continuously give back through funding several projects within your community!  We look forward to serving you.

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Kiwanis Dairy Bar, Today

The Kiwanis Dairy Bar is not only a convenient place for Park visitors to have refreshments, it has also provided summer employment for up to six students. Major renovations were completed in 1994 to make necessary structural improvements and to make the building and surrounding area more attractive. It was later the subject of a beautification award presented by the City of Charlottetown.