The get* methods don't accept any parameters. They simply return the result of the datatype specified. So the getDate would return a type OurDate which will be what is stored within the property date (which I don't like the property name of, but that's not my call). Setters are reverse, so the set* methods accept the datatype provided within the brackets and return void. Those would set the associated property.
Since you are just using an array, you simply iterate it and check each item until you reach the end. To check them, you simply iterate the activities and compare each existing activity. You can simply check each field, or if you are far enough to do it, implement the Comparator interface and write the compareTo. A hint to do that with just comparisons of each property:
I'm not sure why you've written the isEqual method. Java does have a built in equals method that can be overridden, the only difference is you have to check the argument instanceof type to verify that its the proper datatype for the equals check. If anything, I'd suggest using the equals, or if isEqual is a must I'd override the equals and than chain the isEqual to it.
boolean bConflict = false;
for (int i = 0; i < this.activities.length && !bConflict; ++i)
Event e = this.activities[i];
// this condition is no good.
bConflict = true;
// this is a.o.k.
// this is no good.
Also, the array will potentially give you problems. Since you cannot resize the array by simply appending to it, you'll need to keep track of the size or use try/catch exceptions to see if it goes out of bounds (currently you do have a variable for the size of the array, which I assume is the existing items currently, and can be compared to the length). Copying an array is a simple matter of constructing a new array that is larger, than iterating each item to add to it, then assigning that back to the member. Or you can use the Arrays class which has a copyOf method that should do the trick if you need to resize. If you weren't stuck on Event datatype in the instructions, I'd actually suggest a priority queue based on the Date and Time provided. Add an event, and it automatically inserts it based on date and time, so when you iterate the list it would be sequential in order of date and time.
You'll need to look over the date handling as well. Its not quite as cut and dry as you have here; if you change the month, the number of days will change which may alter the currently assigned day. Same goes with the year if it were february 29 for example.