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Acadian Genealogy

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Understanding and Preventing Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

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Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

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Grieving Support Group

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Community Changers Photo Show

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Stratford Resident Survey

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Carnations for Kids

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Donate to United Way of PEI

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Sociable Singles

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Art for Addictions

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Plein Air Fest Call for Registration

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Confed Centre Public Library Programs

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Fierce Short

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Culture PEI: Board Governance Workshop

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Seniors Active Living Centre

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Clothes Washer Rebate Program

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Confederation Players Auditions for 2014

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Northern Lights Quilt Guild

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Red Clay Quilt Guild

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Free Sobeys Nutrition Events

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Grief and Grieving Support

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this town is small inc. AGM

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PEI Motorcycle Show 2014

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Youth Workplace Video Contest

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Island Wide Hike for Hospice

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Acoustic Performers Wanted

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NDP PEI District 8 Meeting

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Submissions Open for Contact East

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Family Earth Expo

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Children’s Haiku Contest

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PEI 2014 Celebration Zone Info Session

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Ball Hockey Program

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Easter Beef Show & Sale

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Sowing Seeds

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Children's Memorial Tree Planting Ceremony

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PEI Tweet Up

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Order of PEI nominations

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Learning and Caring for Ourselves

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Soul Food

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PEI Suicide Prevention Concert

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Cultural Forum: Creative Placemaking

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Love of Art, Community, & PEI

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Stop Colon Cancer Before It Starts

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Free Soup and Gardening Workshop

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Prince of Wales College Reunion 2014

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March 2014
A Taste of Honey
A Taste of Honey
Sean Murray’s Island Gold features a cinammon honey recipe

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

I am here to taste cinnamon creamed honey. I get some on the spoon and try it. There is the deep rich flavour of honey, a burnished tang of cinnamon. I make that little noise that women make when something is really delicious. It feels like chocolate in my mouth.

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March 2014
Farm Hands

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

By summer, there will be farmers’ markets four days a week in Charlottetown. This is such good news that I feel I could stop right there. Except that I should also mention that there are little farmers’ markets all over the place now. How great is it to put the money for those carrots directly into the hand that pulled the

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March 2014
Inside a Musician's Head

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

Who buys a record because of who produced it? And yet, producers are the very people who make a record worth buying, the ones who get inside a musician’s head and say, “here, this is what you mean.” Jon Mathew’s award for producer of the year made me think of this. That and the fact I’ve been listening to two records he produced.

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February 2014
A Wing and a Prayer
The author attempts to cook a duck

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

Badly done, it tastes like wallpaper.” I read these words in a recipe as I contemplated the eight pound duck in front of me. I consider myself something of an adventurous cook. But I had never cooked a duck. It is, I should add, one of my favourite things.

I should also add that I am

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January 2014
A Gouda Story
A Gouda Story

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

The Cheese Lady hands over her business to a new owner

Way before the words artisanal and local were on everybody’s lips, there was The Cheese Lady. For more than 25 years Martina Terbeek made and sold Gouda cheese at her little shop in North Winsloe. She was a staple at craft fairs, her brightly wrapped Dutch cheese a

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January 2014
Frozen Heroes

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

I thought it would be the strawberries. I thought when I froze some summer fruit, I would savour the strawberries most of all. But it turns out that it’s the raspberries. With some sugar and a little smash, they are the heroes of a winter morning. Their taste is bright and eager, their flavour fleeting and delicate. Here i

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January 2014
They Shoot, He Scores

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

Why am I so excited? This is my first basketball game—the Island Storm—and I don’t know a foul from a foghorn. Then I realize—it’s the music. My hapless heart is taking its cues from the DJ who is scoring the whole event. I turn to give him a thumbs up—I am loving this! But he’s too absorbed to notice. He is the extra player on the

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November 2013
Colourful Tastes
Colourful Tastes
Meet Mike Newman from Newman Estate Wines

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

When he was in his early twenties, Mike Newman discovered the intoxicating properties of wine. But this is not a story about a man who loved to pop a cork and have a party. This is a story a man who became besotted with analyzing the complex chemistry that makes a great bottle

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October 2013
Wednesday Special
Wednesday Special
Papa Joe’s features East Indian cuisine one day a week

by Ann Thurlow

It probably isn’t the first place you’d think to go if you wanted amazing Indian food. For twenty-five years the Jabbour family have been serving delicious, reliable Island fare to happy customers—at Joseph’s and at Papa Joe’s. It’s a great place to go for a real turkey dinner or a jazzy tak

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October 2013
Oysters of Romance

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

It’s hard to imagine a PEI oyster that I do not love. But for me—and it might be because we both spent some time in Souris—the Colville Bay oyster is the very quintessence of oysterness. It is the oyster for people who think they don’t like them; salty, then—a surprise—sweet! Buxom and creamy at first, then suddenly the flavours po

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October 2013
The Very Definition

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

It seems so simple—a balloon, a tea light, a little battery. But multiply that by hundreds and put the balloons on sticks and dot them around a field and there you find the very definition of art in the open. In fact, this piece of art could not exist without the open—the air. The breeze that turns the balloons’ nodding heads

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September 2013
Make My Day
Make My Day
Saturday morning at the Cardigan Farmer’s Market

by Ann Thurlow

By 9:30 in the morning, you can smell the fresh bread baking—even from outdoors. A couple of vegetable vendors are setting up displays of produce—one has a special on green beans (“we had a bumper crop”). You can smell Thai food, too, and coffee. It’s Saturday morning at the Cardigan Farmer’s Market an

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