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Photography Exhibition: The Guiding Ligh...

Can you still recall the faithful image of white buildings in your memory? Which stood on the Island [ ... ]

Upstreet's 3rd annual Block Party

Upstreet Craft Brewing is hosting their third annual community Block Party on August 19. Located in  [ ... ]

All Things Scottish

PEI Scottish Settlers Historical Society (PEISSHS) will host an afternoon of all things Scottish: connections between Bonnie Prince Charlie and PEI; discussion and display of artifacts; Scottish roots of Island families; and overview of the Glenaladale Estate project. Light refreshments will be served, all are welcome with free admission. It takes place August 19 at 2 pm at Silver Threads Club,

Upstreet's 3rd annual Block Party

Upstreet Craft Brewing is hosting their third annual community Block Party on August 19. Located in their parking lot at 41 Allen Street, Charlottetown, this year's Block Party will run from 12 noon–10 pm and will feature an outdoor craft market, BBQ'd cuisine, a public art project, lawn games, soda bar, retro video games, and live outdoor music by Coyote, Stabbing Joy, Lady Soul and more. The

ICMP Bricklaying Ceremony

The International Children’s Memorial Place, located at 2115 Scales Pond Rd (Rte 109) in South Freetown will hold its Annual Bricklaying Ceremony on August 20 at 2 pm. To purchase a memorial brick in memory of a loved one, contact David Blanchard at 902-436-8650 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before July 21. Everyone is

Youth Mental Health

The Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) will host a Symposium on Promoting Child and Youth Mental Health: Moving Evidence to Action. Registration is now open for the ASI Symposium, which runs August 21 to 23 at Holland College in Charlottetown.

Dr. Margaret Barry, head of the World Health Organization’s Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion Research, will deliver a

Tip–to–Tip journey

In his Tip-to-Tip program, Sterling Stratton has been taking members of the Stanhope Historical Society and north shore summer residents on an entertaining and informative journey across PEI. On August 21, this Island artist and speaker will take you from Stanhope eastward. The program will be at 7:30 pm at the recently renovated and air conditioned Stanhope Place, 2784 Bayshore Road. Seating is

Photography Exhibition: The Guiding Light

Can you still recall the faithful image of white buildings in your memory? Which stood on the Island coasts, as always, no matter summer heat or winter storm. They are PEI’s lighthouses — our old friends and Islanders’ safeguard. All ages are welcome to visit the PEI lighthouses’ photography exhibition to see how those old friends are now. Twenty percent exhibited works’ sales revenue

Parks celebrations

Parks Canada celebrates Canada 150 on PEI

Province House

While Province House is closed for conservation work, visitors may view a replica of the historical Confederation Chamber, guided interpretation of the exhibit, and Parks Canada’s film A Building of Destiny at the Confederation Centre. Mon–Sat 9 am–5 pm, Sun 12–5 pm. 

Green Gables Heritage Place

Green Gables Heritage Place is open daily

UPEI Climate Lab seminar series

UPEI Climate Lab seminar series
The Honourable David MacDonald to lead discussions

Join the Honourable David MacDonald as he leads discussions on topics around the theme of Now That’s a Really Great Question,“Can Mother Earth and her peoples survive and thrive in the Anthropocene?”

These UPEI breakfast seminars will be held Tuesday mornings from 8–10 am until August 22 at 618 University Avenue, Charlottetown. The series is

Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club

The Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club can help you to eliminate filler words ("um" and "ah") which will help you to become a more confident and polished speaker. The non-profit organization has been helping people become better communicators and leaders since 1924. Guests and new members welcome. Listen to speeches, enjoy some food, make new friends and step outside of your comfort zone in

Call to Action

Public input needed on child and youth mental health

A Call to Action is being drafted in Charlottetown this month to propose new strategies for leadership on child and youth mental health in Atlantic Canada.

The Call to Action is being collaboratively written by over 200 delegates and organizers as part of the Atlantic Summer Institute (ASI)’s Symposium on Promoting Child and Youth Mental

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Some Upcoming Events

March of the Crows

August 26
Charlottetown Art in the Open presents its annual procession of avian omnivores for the se [ ... ]


39th Feast Dinner Theatre  Tuesday–Saturday
Brother's 2 in Summerside & Rodd Charlottetow [ ... ]

Outstanding in the Field pop-up kitchen

August 26
Victoria–by–the–Sea An Outstanding in the Field event is coming to PEI. On August 26 [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Grit and grace

Profile: Tara MacLean by Jane Ledwell Tara MacLean-Grand’s grandmother always told her: one day, [ ... ]


Island Folk Festival back for its 4th year Cloggeroo is back for its 4th annual Island Folk Festiva [ ... ]

Fiddler’s dream

Profile: Gary Chipman by Jane Ledwell "Listening to (Don Messer and his Islanders as a kid, I was  [ ... ]