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United Way Campaign

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Volunteer Income Tax Program

Volunteers are needed to help file simple income tax returns for people ....

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Home and School Survey

The PEI Home and School Federation released highlights of its 2013 paren....

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Emergency Wait Times

Islanders are now able to view estimated emergency department wait times....

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MPEI Song Camp Submissions

Music PEI is now accepting submissions for the Song Camp Collaboration W....

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Snow Pass

The Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass program is available all across Canada and is....

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Licences for drivers from Taiwan

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North Shore Winter Survivors

On January 12, the North Shore Community will host a meet and greet gath....

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Art in the Open Proposals

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Last Call to Perform at 150-Hour Jam

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Report Bat and Fox Sightings

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BUZZIFIEDS—March

MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTION—8 week courses in Summerside and Ch....

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Name a Confed Centre Seat

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Soundtrack for your Project

Claudie Mackula, an independent music composer, is interested in collabo....

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Acadian Genealogy

Genealogist Jean Bernard will be at the Acadian Museum, Miscouche, Sunda....

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PEI Cancer Services Drivers

The PEI Cancer Services Volunteer Driving Project uses 83 drivers from a....

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Be a CNIB Vision Mate

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Understanding and Preventing Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

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Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild meets on Wed, March 19 and April 16, at 7 pm in....

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Grieving Support Group

Grief and Grieving Support Group meets the 3rd Thursday of every month (....

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Community Changers Photo Show

A Photovoice exhibition exploring the reality of living in poverty in PE....

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Stratford Resident Survey

The Town of Stratford had launched its 3rd annual resident survey. The T....

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Carnations for Kids

For a donation of your choice, you will enjoy a bouquet of 6 Carnations. Al....

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Donate to United Way of PEI

United Way of PEI has announced a projected $20,000 shortfall in donatio....

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Beaconsfield Open for Tours

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Premiere Toastmasters

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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

Friends of the Library spring book sale will be held March 14–16. Full....

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At Kensington Library

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Fierce Short

Lee D. Thompson’s Fierce Short, Diary of a Fluky Kid, explores his rel....

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Culture PEI: Board Governance Workshop

Culture PEI extends an invitation to all Arts, Culture and Heritage non-....

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Donate to PEI Humane Society

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Want to Write a Script?

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Summerside Toastmasters Meeeting

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2014 Visitors Guide available

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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

Northern Lights Quilt Guild meets at the O’Leary Community Complex Mar....

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Programs at Confed Art Gallery

PD Day Art Camp: Visual art in the Schurman Family Studio during Art PD ....

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Red Clay Quilt Guild

Red Clay Quilt Guild meets on the 2nd Tue of the month (March 11) at 7 p....

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Free Sobeys Nutrition Events

Taste and Learn—Pizza! class will be held on Wednesday, March 12, from....

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Entrepreneurship Forum

West Prince Ventures Ltd. is inviting Islanders interested in entreprene....

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Open Class Days at UPEI

Charlottetown,The University of Prince Edward Island is inviting high sc....

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Garden Club of PEI Meeting

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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

PEI Motorcycle Show 2014 takes place March 21–23 at the Eastlink Centr....

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Youth Workplace Video Contest

The Workers Compensation Board challenges Island high school students to....

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Island Wide Hike for Hospice

Hospice PEI’s Island Wide Hike for Hospice takes place May 4 in Summer....

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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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March Break Youth Activity

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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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Prize Bingo

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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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Benefit for Monica Thibaudier-Ness

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March 2014
Dress Days
Dress Days
Profile: Rebecca Parent

by Jane Ledwell

Rebecca Parent smooths her dress before sitting, a ritual she’s getting accustomed to. She is 15 days into “150 Days of Dresses,” which Rebecca and her creative co-conspirator Laurie Campbell have undertaken to promote What to Wear to the Birth of a Nation. They are co-creating, co-writing, co-producing, co-directing, and co-starring in this sesquicentennial two-w

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March 2014
David Bulger, actor
David Bulger, actor
Taking a leading role in ACT’s production of Inherit the Wind

If you had an activity which you enjoyed and were good at, which gave other people pleasure—and wasn’t illegal—would you give it up for thirty years?

Ask David Bulger. As a university student in the sixties, he discovered a talent for acting, which took him to a theatre M.A., then to teaching, and finally to professional acting: Theatre

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February 2014
Human Impulse
Human Impulse
Profile: Peggy Reddin

by Jane Ledwell

As a human race, we dance. It’s an impulse—a basic, natural impulse to move,” says Peggy Reddin. It has been several years since the dance umbrella co-founder’s role at Confederation Centre of the Arts flowered into a role as Director of Arts Education, also working with Holland College-Confederation Centre partnership School for Performing Arts (SOPA). Dance and mov

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December 2013
Precious Hours

One Great Thing
Ann Thurlow

At most theatres, when it’s time for the show to start, the curtain rises. At Harmony House, the curtain goes down. That thin little wall of fabric that divides the lobby from the theatre, that separates the audience from dull care! Down it shimmies with a shiver. All that’s left in your whole world for those precious hours is your seat and the stage and someone who has com

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August 2013
The Light Within
The Light Within
Profile: Julia Sauvé

by Jane Ledwell

Julia Sauvé has a “glow” about her, and it lights up in black light. The dancer, choreographer, and teacher is founder of Luminosity Black Light Theatre, the only black light performing company in the Maritimes. Julia is working with a cast ranging in ages from 10 to 16 to create The Mermaid and the Droplets at The Guild.

“With black light, you have a lot in your i

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August 2013
The Waves Our Stories Leave
The Waves Our Stories Leave
The legacy of Erskine Smith

by Graham Lea

The show is over. Audience and actors have left. Costumes are hung and props reset. I turn out the backstage lights and pull tight the backstage door. The Playhouse is quiet. After a busy production week we have just finished the first few days of Having Hope at Home. Outside the heavy air is silent save someone sliding open a screen window and frogs chirping

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August 2013
Thanks

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

You might want to remember Erskine Smith for his remarkable achievements at the Victoria Playhouse. Or maybe you’ll want to remember how he’d stop you on the street, click his heels together and tell you a funny, perfect little story. But, when he died, I was struck by how many people wanted to thank him for taking a risk on them, for giving them a chance. Judging by the

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June 2013
A Normal Life
A Normal Life
Profile: Hank Stinson

by Jane Ledwell

A small-town boy from a British Columbia pulp-and-paper town, Hank Stinson has been active as an actor and in the theatre since 1969. And yet, in an introspective conversation, he insists he has had “two careers.”

“From the time I graduated in 1969, to the late 1970s, I was pursuing a theatrical ‘career,’” Hank recalls. “I worked most theatres across the country, and I rea

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May 2013
Labour of Love
Labour of Love
Creating a new musical

by Sean McQuaid

Success has many fathers. For me, that old saying evokes Anne of Green Gables – the Musical where nearly the entire population of Avonlea takes credit for Anne’s accomplishments. The same adage applies less debatably to Anne’s long-gestating stage sister Evangeline, in which an interprovincial extended family of theatre professionals are helping give birth to one o

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January 2013
Getting the Pointe
Getting the Pointe
Profile: Carol Bellamy

by Jane Ledwell

Nothing is more exciting for a young ballet dancer than going up en pointe—finally dancing on the tips of the toes in elegance and grace. Nothing is more important to achieving this milestone than properly fitted pointe shoes. And no one on Prince Edward Island has fitted more young dancers with shoes than Carol Bellamy of Demi-Pointe dance shop.

“Your feet are i

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French Flute Music

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Junior Achievement

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