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Island Rock Summer Camps

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Recycled Book Exhibition

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Sharing a Love of Nature

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Water Safety Day Camps

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Summer Art Camps

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Longest Line of Coins

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Liveable Islands Conference at UPEI

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Call for Cuisine Art

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Island Gymnastics Camp

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“PEI Has Talent” Show

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North Shore Community Conversation

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Periscope Pictures Film Auditions

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IMAF2014 Call for Submissions

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Annual Greater Summerside Chamber Rotary Luncheon

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Catherine Callbeck's Retirement

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Prince of Wales Reunion

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Macphail Woods Workshops

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Free Embroidery Workshops

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Bedeque Area Historical Society AGM

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Shedding the Shadows

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Groove School

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1864 Arts Camp

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April 2005
High Energy Humour

Lend Me a Tenor

Review by Jeff Green

As the curtain rose on Lend Me a Tenor, the hilarious and naughty comedic romp produced by ACT (a community theatre) for three nights last month at the Carrefour Theatre, I suddenly remembered a nugget of acting advice a veteran Newfoundland stage director once told me. “You gotta convince audiences you’re enjoying your time on stage,” I recalled her hollering. “Peop

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April 2005
Signs of Intelligent Life
PEI Conservatory presents Laurie Murphy in Lily Tomlin hit show

by Jeff Green

A beaming smile stretches across Laurie Murphy’s face when she mentions her latest gig. The well-known actor, director and producer tackles the lead role—make that roles—in the one-woman show The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe this month at the Charlottetown Hotel.

“I’m very excited and thrilled and ner

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March 2005
Extreme Makeover
Arts Guild building in Charlottetown undergoes major renovation

by Jeff Green

A provincial arts organization is promising to transform the tired-looking Arts Guild building in downtown Charlottetown into a contemporary “cultural Mecca,” better equipped to showcase Prince Edward Island artists and performers and events from across the country.

ARS LONGA Inc., a non-profit group formed in the spring

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March 2005
Extreme Makeover
Arts Guild building in Charlottetown undergoes major renovation

by Jeff Green

VIPs at the official announcement of the renovation plans for the Arts Guild building, from left: Alan Buchanan, chair of ARS LONGA; Darrin White, executive director of the PEI Council of the Arts; Clifford Lee, Mayor of Charlottetown; Shawn Murphy, MP for Hillsborough.

Architect Ole Hammerlund from Bergmark, Guimond, Hammerlund,

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November 2004
An Artisan’s Plans

Rachel Ballem carves out a living with her unique pottery

by Jeff Green

Rachel Ballem covers her face when she admits that her career runs her life. But it’s a good thing she pleads. The self-taught potter and sculptor says that she is so absorbed by her art that it’s not uncommon for her to fling out of bed in the middle of the night just to jot down a few ideas for her latest pieces. Ballem is so dev

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November 2004
We Need You
Scottish marching band engaged in recruitment drive

by Jeff Green

One of Prince Edward Island’s hardest working—and cherished—bands is in the midst of a “big time” recruitment drive this fall, trying to attract new musicians while planning for another busy performance season. The Belfast Pipe and Drum Band, which was initially formed in the early 1970s and went through several reincarnations, regrouped three yea

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October 2004
I Want to Play Guitar

Guitar teachers are busy this fall

by Jeff Green

Dozens of budding musicians from the Charlottetown region are strumming new tunes on one of the world’s oldest instruments this fall, emulating their pop icons and songs downloaded from the Internet. Guitar lessons are the hottest trend in the city right now. So big, in fact, the majority of businesses offering private and group sessions will soon be b

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Some of What's Going On

Island Fringe Festival

Aug 7 to 10
public venues The Island Fringe Festival takes place in Charlottetown August 7 to 10 wit ...

Friends and Music

July 13
Hillcrest United You are invited to the “Friends and Music” Concert at 7:30 pm July 13 a ...

Spotlight PEI at The Mack

Saturdays - July 12 to Aug 30
The Mack The Charlottetown Festival is rolling out several new platfor ...

Trinity Clifton 150th Celebration

July 20
Clifton United To help celebrate the United Church’s heritage, an old fashioned Methodist ...

Indian River Festival

Official opening with Richard and Lauren Margison July 4–6, 11, 13, 17, 20, 25, 27… As the wea ...

Some of What's New

Public Art

Collaboration by Gerald Beaulieu and Ahmon Katz at Hillsborough River Commons The City of Charlot ...

Parks Canada Through the Arts

In celebration of this anniversary year of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, students at Colonel Gr ...

Duke of Edinburgh Awards

The Native Council of PEI has announced that 6 Aboriginal youth received the Duke of Edinburgh’s A ...

Anne Shirley and War

A subject for the 2014 LM Montgomery Institute Conference For a gal who has been in the public eye ...

Deputy Mayor Recognized

City of Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee and members of City Council congratulated Deputy Mayor Stu ...