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August 2005
Larry Gorman Fest
The West Country celebrates its folk hero

by Sue Driscoll

Larry Gorman: he was “the man who made the songs.” Born in Tyne Valley in 1846, and something of a prankster from an early age, Larry Gorman was fascinated with people. Indeed, the man was regarded by many of his neighbors and colleagues as downright nosy.

Gorman was a good mimic and skilled at pencil caricatures. He had a memory like an elephant.

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August 2005
Contribution to the Arts

Tignish native named recipient of 2005 John Hunter-Duvar award

by Sue Driscoll

The John Hunter-Duvar award given by the West Prince Arts Council to recognize a West Prince resident who has made a valuable contribution to the arts, has this year been presented to Tignish native Clare O’Shea. The award was made at the 2005 annual general meeting of the regional arts council, held this year at St. Anthony’s P

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June 2005
Beating the Record
Kerras Jeffery tries for Guiness Book of Records

by Sue Driscoll

An Island folk-artist is hoping his latest creation will attract tourists and potential customers to his Lauretta studio.

Kerras Jeffery has built a 14 foot, 4 inch sculpture and erected it in the yard of his studio and family home. He has applied to the Guiness Book of Records to have the piece recognized as the “world’s largest, hand-held, wor

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February 2005
West Prince Student Art

Student Art Expo features work from eleven schools of the Western School District

by Sue Driscoll

It’s always nice to find a pleasurable activity to help while away the long Canadian winter as we wait for spring—especially a cultural activity.

In West Prince this month, residents can choose to pass the time by taking a friend, a neighbour, the whole family, out to the West Prince Student Art Expo.

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Some of What's Going On

Printmaker Alison Storey Show

Aug 27–Sept 7
The Guild Printmaking is her Passion, works by Alison Storey, will be on view at T ...

Five Decades

Canadian art from the Centre’s permanent collection until end of 2014
Confed Centre Art Gallery A ...

Billy Bragg Comes to Charlottetown

Sept 24
PEI Brewing Company The Grammy-nominated Billy Bragg brings his mix of pop and politics to C ...

Island Summer Review 2

Patrick Ledwell and Mark Haines Thurs–Sat - until Aug 30
Harmony House The runaway Island hit of ...

A Month of Dance

Sarah Wendt presents dance and performance work August
Vitrine Gallery is là, a month of dance and ...

Some of What's New

Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched �bsp;...

Library EnRoute

The Public Library Service (PLS) will reach out to Islanders and promote its services with a new van ...

Jon MacInnis Named Doug Riley Artist

To play with Charlottetown Jazz Ensemble at PEI Jazz and Blues Festival The TD PEI Jazz and Blues F ...

The Locust Street Trio

The Locust Street Trio is a newly-formed King’s County group with over a hundred years of musical ...

Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

The family of Erica Rutherford has initiated a new endowment fund at Confederation Centre of the Art ...