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Yoga Stories

Register for yoga storytime with certified yoga in...

Public meetings on new energy strategy

Public input will help shape a new energy strategy...

Public meeting for Bonshaw Park

An upcoming public meeting will allow community me...

PEI Pride Parade 2016

Planning is underway for this year's Pride Parade...

PEI Climate Change Adaptation Workshops

The UPEI Climate Research Lab in association with...

Open House: Military Family Resource Centre

PEI Military Family Resource Centre and PEI Public...

Cash for Camp 50/50 Lottery

Cash for Camp 50/50 Lottery has a potential jackpo... presentations at Rural Action Centres across PEI

Did you know there are over 140 free on-line train...

13th Annual Dinner & Silent Auction for Anderson House

The Inn at St. Peters is hosting the 13th Annual D...

Island Nature Trust activity

Take part in Nature PEI’s Bain Bird Count on May 2...

ATTN annual conference

Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network (ATTN) annual c...

Post traumatic stress seminar

CHIRP International (Council for Health Improvemen...

Eastern Kings Giant Yard Sale

The 9th Annual Eastern Kings Giant Yard Sale will...

Yard Sale, Bake Sale, & Coffee Break

The Knutsford Women’s Institute is hosting a Yard...

Canadian Folk Music Awards

Submissions are now open for the 12th edition of t...

Stage Manager, Technical Director

The River Clyde Pageant is seeking a Stage Manager...

Come to the table

CARFAC Maritimes will hold the 2016 Annual General...

Bonshaw Young Players

Bonshaw Young Players welcomes new members for its...

Sir Andrew Macphail Foundation AGM

The Annual General Meeting of the Sir Andrew Macph...

Scottish settlers society is 50

The PEI Scottish Settlers Historical Society (PEIS...

Early bird National Park Pass

Prince Edward Island National Park is offering sea...

Seniors Safe @ Home

The Seniors Safe @ Home and Seniors Home Repair gr...

New energy strategy meetings

PEI residents and businesses are being invited to...

Charlottetown recreation programs

The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Dep...

Atlantic Canada Event Summit

The City of Charlottetown will host the 2nd annual...

ACT presents Horrors

Auditions being held in June for Hallowe’en perfor...

Walk for Dog Guides

Walk for Dog Guides takes place at Cornwall Civic...

Walk for Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer Society will host the Walk for Alzhe...

Rock Barra Retreat

Teresa Doyle hosts free camp to address issues of...

Quilt donated to NDP PEI Women

Jenny Knox, a young political activist from O’Lear...

Beaconsfield Assembly Party

The Beaconsfield Assembly will hold their end-of-s...

Zombies wanted

Crossfire Adventure Paintball is looking for zombi...

Benefit for Eric Desroches

A community planning group from the North Shore ar...

Beauty pageant

PEI Rural Beautification Society 2016 Competition...

Online Open Forum Discussion

Scholarship Organizations for Military Families Sp...

Scholarship Workshop

Join Brittany Palmer of www.keytoscholarships...

Spinal Cord Injury PEI's Summer Cash Giveaway Draw

Spinal Cord Injury–PEI (SCI–PEI) is hosting its an...

4th Annual Mini Barn Draw

The Brain Injury Association is happy to announce...

Women's Institute Handcrafts, Horticulture, Arts

Be a part of Old Home Week with your creative and&...

Premier’s Craft Education Award

Annually the Premier’s Craft Education Awards valu...

Call to RN and LPN Artists

An art show is being organized to promote water co...

Life Drawing Sessions

Drop-in drawing sessions are held Sundays from 2–4...

Aid people with vision loss

Volunteer to help a person with vision loss one-on...

Women volunteers needed

Do you want to get involved in political change? D...

French bursaries

PEI French Health Network (PEIFHN) will offer two...

School calendar available

The Department of Education, Early Learning, and C...

River Clyde Pageant needs you

The River Clyde Pageant takes place July 30–31 in...

Friends of Confederation Centre auction sale

On May 28, The Friends of Confederation Centre pre...

Watershed photography contest

The Friends of Covehead and Brackley Bays are spon...

Cornwall Flea Market

Cornwall Flea Market takes place May 28 from 10 am...

PEI Modern Quilt Guild meetings

The next PEI Modern Quilt Guild meetings will be h...

PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles, a social group, with members...

Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

The next Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild meetings will...

QEH/Eastlink Telethon

The 20th Anniversary QEH/Eastlink Telethon takes p...

Parent—Youth Outdoor Camp

Central Queens Wildlife Federation will host their...

Herb Day at the Farm Center

The 3rd annual Herb Day takes place May 29 from 10...

Relay For Life

Relay For Life is the Island’s largest annual fund...

A Course in Miracles

Every Friday at 7 pm a group meets for an in depth...

Beaconsfield House Tours

Built in 1877, Beaconsfield was considered one of...

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

Gluten Free Taste and Tour will be held on Monday,...

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence The Toastmasters progr...

War Art

May 25
Murphy's Community Centre

Island Peace Committee welcomes Islanders to a documentary screening of War Art. Art can be a weapon. Graffiti sprayers and painters make walls speak in war zones. They recount the days of fighting in blood-smeared portraits, the time of anarchy in wild collages, the attempts at liberating themselves from a suppressed sexuality in obscene pictures. Walls become a

Prometheus Reconsiders Fire

Prometheus Reconsiders Fire
Brent MacLaine

May 25
North River Fire Hall

In his new collection of poems, Prometheus Reconsiders Fire (Acorn Press), PEI poet Brent MacLaine undertakes an exploration of fire. The prefatory title poem establishes Prometheus as the poet’s persona, a voice that is dedicated to the reconsideration of fire in both its benevolent and malevolent aspects. Formal and elegant, Prometheus plots a

Junior Achievement of PEI Gala

Junior Achievement of PEI Gala
19th Annual Business Hall of Fame Awards

May 25
Delta Prince Edward

Join Junior Achievement, Prince Edward Island (JA PEI) at their 19th Annual Business Hall of Fame Awards Gala on May 25 at the Delta Prince Edward. The 2016 Laureates include Blair MacLauchlan, Excellence In Business & Community Service; Elwood Lawton, Island Business Entrepreneur & Community Benefactor; and the late Keith



May 25–28

14A, sexual content
Dir: Julie Delpy, France, 99 min. Dany Boon, Julie Delpy, Vincent Lacoste. In French with English subtitles

“A 19-year-old son believes he should be the only man in the life of his overprotective mother in Lolo, a high-concept comedy that’s French actress-director Julie Delpy’s most winningly mainstream concoction yet. Delpy herself stars as the uber-Parisian,

2016 Festival of Wines

May 25–28
Eastlink Centre Charlottetown

The Prince Edward Island Festival of Wines continues to grow with more wine events than ever.

This year the featured country is New Zealand. The Festival will take place from May 25 to 28 featuring four days of exclusive culinary and wine events.

“The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission hosted its first wine festival in 1995. Since its

at Trailside Café

at Trailside Café

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Trailside Café & Inn

Hello Delaware, Andrew Waite, Floodland – May 25

Growing up in rural Nova Scotia, Dana Beeler’s environment dictated her beginnings as a solo country music artist. After one record, some cross-country touring, and a break-up, Beeler was ready to branch out. Enter Hello Delaware. Opening are Andrew Waite and Floodland.

Andy Brown – May 26


Medieval Times

Medieval Times
Solo exhibition by Alison Storey

May 25 (opening)–June 5
Gallery @ The Guild

Gallery @ The Guild at 111 Queen Street, Charlottetown, is hosting Medieval Times, a solo exhibition by artist Alison Storey. The exhibition opens on May 25 and is on display until June 5.

The exhibit features over 40 pieces of original art by Alison Storey, based on detailed historical research of her birth county,

The Porridge is Up! Stories from My Childhood

The Porridge is Up! Stories from My Childhood
Dale McIsaac

May 26
Beaconsfield Carriage House

Dale McIsaac grew up in a large, often rambunctious, farm family near Charlottetown. The Porridge is Up! Stories from My Childhood is a collection of stories from those years—from a time when a secondhand bike or a brand new pair of pants were a big deal. But this is not the story of angels—as McIsaac recounts, he and his siblings courted their share

On The Noticeboard

Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

The next Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild meetings will take place 7–9 pm in the Jack Blanchard Family Centre, 7 Pond Street, Charlottetown on May 18, an [ ... ]

Eastern Kings Giant Yard Sale

The 9th Annual Eastern Kings Giant Yard Sale will be held from Dingwells Mills to East Point June 4 from 8 am to 4 pm. Register a table by contacting  [ ... ]

Women volunteers needed

Do you want to get involved in political change? Do you have an hour or two a week to volunteer for a two month project? Niki Ashton was 25 years old  [ ... ]

Yoga Stories

Register for yoga storytime with certified yoga instructor Amy Parsons at the Confederation Centre Children's Library. Amy Parsons will lead a yo [ ... ]

Rock Barra Retreat

Teresa Doyle hosts free camp to address issues of immigration Mask painting by Alan SyliboySongwriter Teresa Doyle is teaming up with Nova Scotia vis [ ... ]

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Some Goings On

King’s Playhouse announces 2016 summer s...

Opening June 20
King's Playhouse The King’s Playhouse has announced its 2016 summer season Coming  [ ... ]

Walrus in Charlottetown

May 27
Fishbone's Walrus (photo: Kate Giffin)It’s been a busy spring for Halifax psych-rockers Wal [ ... ]

Regional FireFit Championships

July 30–31
mmerside The City of Summerside will host the Regional FireFit Championships at Credi [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Theatre Mentorship project

Pat Caron, Technical Director Intern/, Watermark Theatre; Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Adva [ ... ]

Dr. Kim Critchley appointed

Premier Wade MacLauchlan has announced that Dr. Kim Critchley has been named Deputy Minister of Heal [ ... ]

For the love of books

PEI public libraries play a role during Children’s Book Week Submitted by Katie Smith Rosanne Ga [ ... ]