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December 2004
Spit'n Image

Sheila Woerdemann creates knitwear from the fleece of Andean alpacas


by Kumari Campbell

What does Prince Edward Island have in common with the Andes Mountains of South America? Beats me. But the question did come to mind at the sight of a pair of amiable alpacas ruminating in the fields at Spit’n Image, just outside Murray River.

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December 2004
Preserving Memories

Cindy Cousineau creates page for Great Canadian Scrapbook Challenge

by Kumari Campbell

Earlier this year Cindy Cousineau of Greenvale, PEI, heard about the Great Canadian Scrapbook Challenge sponsored by the 3M Company (the Scotchtape company). The project called for a Canada Scrapbook that would contain a page from each province and territory. Winners would receive a cash prize as well as a selection

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December 2004
Perserving Memories 2
Sheila Woerdemann creates knitwear from the fleece of Andean alpacas

by Kumari Campbell

What does Prince Edward Island have in common with the Andes Mountains of South America? Beats me. But the question did come to mind at the sight of a pair of amiable alpacas ruminating in the fields at Spit’n Image, just outside Murray River.

Spit’n Image is owned and operated by Sheila Woerdemann, whose specialty i

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November 2004
Lemon Glass
Mallory Lemon follows in the family footsteps with original designs

by Kumari Campbell

Mallory Lemon is a Charlottetown teen who has never experienced the common teenage affliction of boredom. You could say she is fortunate to have a hobby that has turned into a part-time job, which in turn has opened a door to a vast new world for Mallory.

The daughter of stained glass artist Debra Lemon, Mallory

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October 2004
Autumn Colours

Opening program of the Symphony season offers a variety of works

by Kumari Campbell

It is always with heavy hearts that Prince Edward Islanders bid “Adieu” to their all-too-short summers. Yet, the long fall and winter months are not without their own particular joys—one being the performance season of the Prince Edward Island Symphony Orchestra. Few occasions in winter are more delightful and invigorating than

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October 2004
When the Sky Slips…
Libby Oughton presents an exhibition of her woven rugs at the Arts Guild

by Kumari Campbell

When I drove into her yard I could see Libby sitting at a picnic table beneath an old apple tree. She seemed to be ripping up something. I was there to interview Libby Oughton about her upcoming one-woman exhibition at the Arts Guild, and was expecting to see an array of paintings. But when I stepped out of

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September 2004
Village Theatre

The Washing Machine

Review by Kumari Campbell

Garden variety village theatre is alive and well in St. Peters Bay this summer. The original village courthouse, built in 1874 and in use for local court proceedings until the late 1960s, has been beautifully restored as a community theatre and museum. In its second year of operation, the theatre is concentrating on promoting local entertainment. To that

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September 2004
Life of an Angel
Wingin’ It!

by Kumari Campbell

Review This summer, Pamela Campbell is reprising her role as Abigail the apprentice angel, that she created back in 1995. Wingin’ It! was written by Campbell and her collaborator, Nancy Beck, almost a decade ago, as a quasi-comical look at the phenomenon of guardian angels. The script and lyrics were written by Beck, while Campbell provided the music. Since then, the s

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August 2004
Two Tales
The Two Allans

Review by Kumari Campbell

On an unseasonably cold July evening The Two Allans warmed up a packed house at the St Peter’s Courthouse Theatre in ‘The Bay’ in Eastern Kings. Veteran performers Allan Rankin and Alan Buchanan rocked the rafters in the beautifully renovated Quigly Hall, which used to be one of Kings County’s five courthouses during the late nineteenth century.

Buchanan, with

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August 2004
The Rocking Judge
Off Her Rocker

Review by Kumari Campbell

A new comedy by Nancy Beck premiered at the Georgetown Theatre on July 16. Off Her Rocker is about Prince Edward Island Supreme Court judge, Roberta Elvira Boyle (Bertie for short), who spends her spare time writing jingles. Beck plays the role of the eccentric judge.

By writing her jingles for local businesses, Bertie immediately scores points (and howls of

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August 2004
Gracie Amazes

Amazing Gracie

Review by Kumari Campbell

Homefree Productions’ 2004 summer season opened July 10 to an almost full house and the Island’s trademark standing ovation. On the boards was Amazing Gracie, their musical revue about 20th century British singer and comedienne Gracie Fields.

Island audiences accustomed to the zany antics of Nancy Beck and Pamela Campbell were not disappointed by the over-the-top

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August 2004
Back in The Bay
Storytelling workshop by Frank Ledwell

by Kumari Campbell

Since the St. Peter’s Courthouse Theatre opened its doors in the summer of 2003, Frank Ledwell, the hometown boy, has been a frequent visitor to its stage. Last summer he gave a series of performances, where he was accompanied by his son Danny who provided musical accompaniment to Frank’s storytelling. Once again this year Frank will be entertaining the

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