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Run to Quit: Charlottetown

The Run to Quit 10–week training program will be offered beginning April 27 with support from the  [ ... ]

Summerside Taletellers Storytelling Circ...

The Summerside Taletellers Storytelling Circle meets from 7–9 pm on the second Thursday of every m [ ... ]

Veg PEI community vegan potlucks

If you are a vegan or vegan-curious, join fellow Islanders at Veg PEI’s monthly community potlucks at 7 pm on April 24 and May 29 at Trinity United Church, 220 Richmond Street, Charlottetown. If you’d like to share a dish, remember that all dishes must be vegan—so absolutely no meat, fish, seafood, dairy, eggs, or honey. Please bring your own plate/bowl, utensils, napkins, drinks, etc.

Exhibit space available

The Holman's Ice Cream Parlour is pleased to exhibit artwork starting April 24, 2017. Visit the historical location at 286 Fitzroy Street, Summerside. If you are an artist wishing to exhibit, email Eddy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Contact the parlour at 1-800-350-1367.

Watermark Theatre online auction

Watermark Theatre is holding an online auction to help raise funds for their 10th Anniversary 2017 summer season. They are auctioning off items both local to PEI and further afield. Travel, sports, theatre, and restaurant options are all available.

Bidding is open until April 24 at

Items available include: One Week Cottage Stay On PEI’s North Shore; One

artsVest PEI

Business for the Arts, Canada’s only national charitable organization with a mandate to strengthen the arts and culture sectors across Canada by building partnerships between the private and cultural sectors, announced that its artsVest program expands coast to coast, launching province-wide in PEI. With funding support from the Government of Prince Edward Island and the Government of Canada,

Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club

Toastmasters are a nonprofit educational worldwide organization that has been helping people since 1924. Toastmasters can help you develop and hone your communication skills to become a better speaker and presenter. Toastmasters can help give you the confidence to excel at job interviews, give business presentations, teach classes or training sessions, lead seminars, give

Nutrition study seeking participants

A research project at the University of Prince Edward Island is seeking volunteers for a study on the impact of consumption of blueberries on indicators of diabetes. The research team is seeking participants who are healthy, non-smoking, and age 21 to 65. Eligible participants will be compensated up to 200 dollars.

Those interested in participating are invited to attend a 30-minute information

Triple P Positive Parenting Program

Triple P Positive Parenting Program: Stepping Stones & Group Triple P will be offered from 7–9 pm on Tuesdays from April 25–May 23 at Family Place, 75 Central Street, Summerside. Triple P is a Positive Parenting Program that is designed to provide practical parenting support for managing children's behaviour. Group Triple P is for all families and Stepping Stones is appropriate for families

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence

Want to improve your communication and leadership skills? Learn how to speak in public with confidence at Premiere Toastmasters Club. Group meets every Wednesday from 6–8 pm at The Royalty Centre, Room 125, 40 Enman Crescent, Charlottetown. Guests are always welcome. For more information visit or contact Sarah Brown at This

PEI MFRC info sessions

The PEI MFRC will be travelling to Montague, Wellington, and Kensington to present information on programs, services, and benefits for military members and families (MFRC, OSISS, JPSU, and VAC). Upcoming presentations will take place on April 26 at the Wellington Legion, May 3 at the Kensington Legion, and May 10 at the Montague Legion. The sessions are from 6:30 pm–8:30 pm. Light

Study group on women in Canada

In February 1967 the historic Royal Commission on the Status of Women was launched. Using this landmark Royal Commission as a starting point, a study group on women in Canada will meet bi-weekly from February to April to consider women’s history decade by decade, 1967-2017.

The group will ask, "What was particularly relevant for women during each 10-year period?", "How has women’s equality

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Art exhibit: Spirit Keepers

Aboriginal artists at The Guild Until April 24
The Guild Five Aboriginal women celebrate the halfwa [ ... ]

A Quiet Passion

April 20–24
City Cinema PG
Dir: Terence Davies, UK, 125 min. Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Duncan D [ ... ]

at Trailside Café

Select dates
Trailside Café & Inn Ashley Condon | April 27 Like pecan pie—sweet and nutty— [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Resistance fighter

Profile: Kathleen Hamilton by Jane Ledwell Contrivances and secrets—lies—they cause a lot [ ... ]

A Passion for Nature

Thérèse D'Amour exhibit opening at Gallery 18 Gallery 18 in New London has announced an exhibitio [ ... ]

HC students pass Emerit tour guide exam

Three students enrolled in Holland College’s Tourism and Travel Management program have successful [ ... ]