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River Clyde Pageant hiring

Stage Managers needed for 2017  The River Clyde Pageant is seeking a Stage Manager and Assista [ ... ]

Run for L.I.F.E.

A Run for L.I.F.E. (Love, Inspiration, Fitness, Everyone) will take place on May 7 at 2 pm beginning [ ... ]

Lunch and learn series

Women in Canada: 50 Years of Change

The PEI Status of Women will be hosting a “lunch and learn” series at Confederation Centre Public Library. Fifty years ago, 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

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

Run to Quit: Charlottetown

The Run to Quit 10–week training program will be offered beginning April 27 with support from the Charlottetown Running Room and quit smoking experts. Your Running Room Leader will provide you with a simple step by step approach to walking or running your first 5 km and support you to quit smoking at the same time. Running Room Leaders are trained by the Canadian Cancer Society to help you achieve

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

5 Secrets to Better Heart Health class will be held April 28, 2–3 pm at the Allen St Sobeys. Join the Sobeys Dietitian and learn what foods help your heart. 

Taste and Learn….Salad Dressings! class will be held on May 2, 2–3 pm at the West Royalty Sobeys. Join the Sobeys Pharmacy Dietitian and learn how to prepare tasty recipes you will enjoy.

Cooking for Better Blood Sugars:

PEI Party Line

The PEI Party Line is a free service for Islanders that offers practical information and opportunities for learning over the telephone. Call in Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 am for discussions on health, wellness and general interest topics. For more information and a program calendar, call 1-866-770-0588.

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

Genealogy Fair and PEIGS AGM

There will be a Genealogy Fair and PEI Genealogical Society annual general meeting from 10 am to 3:30 pm on April 29 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 10 Northridge Parkway, Charlottetown.

The event will feature a full day of practical tips, contacts and resources such as museums, archives, and genealogy centres to help you with your family tree, keynote presentations, and

The Abbey

An open Christian community gathering to worship through music, contemplative prayer, and theological reflection. Weekly meetings take place at Trinity United Church, 90 Spring Street, Summerside. 902-439-9765

The Insider’s Guide

The Insider’s Guide
Workshop on how to write for children and young adults

The University of Prince Edward Island is partnering with Humber College to present The Insider’s Guide to Writing and Publishing for Young Readers, a workshop for writers of literature for children and young adults. Join presentors July 13 to 15 in Charlottetown for a workshop full of practical suggestions and writing inspiration.

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Some Upcoming Events

Oh! Canada

Island Dance Academy student performance May 7
Homburg Theatre The Island Dance Academy, under the  [ ... ]

After The Storm

May 12–16
City Cinema PG, mature theme. Dir:  Hirokazu Koreeda, Japan, 117 min. Hiroshi  [ ... ]

Leah Garnett: When One Space Meets Anoth...

Until June 4
Confed Centre Art Gallery Leah Garnett’s installation work, When One Space Meets Anot [ ... ]

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