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2014 Visitors Guide available

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Island Rock Summer Camps

A rock camp will take place in Charlottetown this summer for musicians a....

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Recycled Book Exhibition

Colonel Gray students have spent several weeks of the new semester takin....

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Sharing a Love of Nature

Sharing a Love of Nature is back at Macphail Woods. Children can join in....

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PEIMHF Sites Open

All seven PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation sites are open beginning in....

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go!PEIpPrograms

The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department is a partner o....

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Water Safety Day Camps

Water Safety Day camps are held for children 5–13 yrs Island-wide. Thi....

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Summer Dance Camps

Dancers from 3-18 years are welcome to attend summer dance camps in down....

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at Macphail Woods

May 31, June 15, 21, 23–27

It's an active time at the Macphail Woods ....

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Crapaud Hall Wants Performers

Organizers at Crapaud Community Hall are seeking musical groups interest....

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Longest Line of Coins

The Heart and Stroke Foundation in Prince Edward Island (HSF|PEI) is att....

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Acoustic Performers Needed

The Chowder House in Point Prim is looking for acoustic performers to en....

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Island Gymnastics Camp

Island Gymnastics Academy Summer Camp is for boys and girls, school age ....

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Art in the Open Needs Volunteers

Art in the Open 2014 is looking for volunteers. To hear more about this ....

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“PEI Has Talent” Show

The “PEI Has Talent” show, to be held on July 25 at 7:30 pm marks th....

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Art in the Open Call for Perfomers

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Slaymaker and Nichols’ Olympic ....

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IMAF2014 Call for Submissions

IMAF2014—the little film festival of big dreams—invites PEI and Atla....

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Catherine Callbeck's Retirement

Everyone is welcome to an open house in celebration of Senator Catherine....

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Prince of Wales Reunion

On July 26 there will be a Prince of Wales College (PWC) reunion at the ....

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Macphail Woods Workshops

On July 19 a workshop on Pruning Trees and Shrubs will be held at the Na....

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Free Embroidery Workshops

Ode to a Tree: Free Embroidery Workshops in Honour of a Tree, a series o....

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Sustainable Water Footprint Workshop

With the recent debate and attention on the subject of irrigation for th....

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Ode to a Tree—Free Embroidery Workshop

A significantly large tree was removed from Rochford Square park late la....

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Bedeque Area Historical Society AGM

The AGM of the Bedeque Area Historical Society will take place in the Be....

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Shedding the Shadows

PEI Family Violence Prevention Services (PEI FVPS) has launched an open ....

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Groove School

Young singers, horn players and rhythm section players will find their g....

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1864 Arts Camp

An 1864 Arts Camp for youth Grades 7-12 will be offered at Crapaud Commu....

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2014 PEI Intergeneration Story Contest

What does respect mean to you? Islanders of all ages are invited to submit ....

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Opening of the Eileen Oulton Genealogy Centre

The Alberton Historical Preservation Foundation Inc. is pleased to announce....

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Time Travel Thursdays

This summer the Alberton Historical Foundation Preservation Inc. is offe....

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Free Stress Relief Class

A free 90 minute community service class will help you learn effective a....

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Best Neighbourhood Ever Reunion

The “Best Neighbourhood Ever Reunion Kids” will be holding a childho....

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A Child Is Born

The Other Notebook
by David Helwig

The plump little boy, just over a year old, sits on a picnic blanket, a sand shovel in his right hand, a bucket in his left, his round face framed by a sun hat. The blanket is spread on thin grass growing in sand. The boy looks toward the camera, his expression a little questioning, almost confrontational. Beside him sits his mother, wearing pink summer blouse and

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Author of the Drifters
Author of the Drifters
Filmmaker Susan Rodgers publishes fiction series

Summerside Scene
by Peggy Miles

People may know Susan Rodgers as Summerside’s local filmmaker, but she is fast gaining recognition as an accomplished writer of women’s fiction as the author of the Drifters e-book series. Her need to write came to the forefront two years ago when she sat down to put long time thoughts into story form. She drafted 10,000 wor

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Dylan Menzie
Dylan Menzie

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Normally the Talking Bands article is reserved for exactly that, bands, but every so often, a solo artist rises to the scene with such presence and passion they can’t go unnoticed as they climb the ranks in the Island music scene.

Raised being told to follow his dreams, PEI musician Dylan Menzie has taken the advice to heart and is making his first marks on the Island

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Emotional Experience
PEI Symphony Orchestra

Review by Ivy Wigmore

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what value can we put on a piece of music? Tolstoy maintained that music is “the shorthand of emotion.” Accordingly, we find ourselves responding, maybe hard-pressed to express precisely why we are, suddenly, nostalgic, elated, mournful or thrilled to our cores. On a foggy day deep in November, we experienced all of

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Hair of the Dog

I’m Dining Out Here
by Andrew Sprague

The text read “I’m taking you guys out to lunch so sober up!” It was just after noon on Saturday morning in New York City and I was feeling close to death. Four longtime friends and I were in town for a long weekend and our enthusiasm got the better of us on the first night. We got very, very drunk, and stayed out unnecessarily late. I felt like I’d been run over by a tr

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Making the Scene

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

This month I have a few thoughts on what makes the PEI music scene so great and what makes the PEI music scene not so great.

First the good news. The Music PEI awards are coming up early in the new year and there is certainly no scarcity of people that should or will be eligible for awards.

The growth of the PEI music industry over the last ten or so years is astounding.

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My Messiah
Recollections and reflections of a chorister

by Ivy Wigmore

If this were a movie, we’d glide silently through a winter scene in a neigbourhood, softly falling snow visible in the glow of the streetlights, small houses and cars of the sixties setting the scene. At an upstairs window in a little pink house is a young girl in new flannelette PJs, watching the snow and the cars and the sky and gradually b

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The Twelve Tastes of Christmas

by Ann Thurlow

Wherein I offer a highly personal list of tastes that make or have made Christmas special.

Lobster—One year when I was pretty broke, I had a lucky encounter with someone who was willing to sell me some lobster cheap. I spent a day cooking it and freezing it. And, on the dark night before Christmas, when things were looking a little grim, I thawed it and invited some friends over. And, f

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Some of What's Going On

College of Piping Mini Concerts

Mon–Fri, July & August
College of Piping Mini Concerts are held at the College of Piping Amphi ...

The Drowsy Chaperone

Musical homage to the jazz age Sun & Wed, until July 23
King’s Playhouse The Drowsy Chaperone ...

Oh, Canada

Final summer exhibit until September
Confed Art Gallery The Confederation Centre Art Gallery has op ...

Story

New production at The Guild Sun to Tue, until Aug 26 Story will be performed at The Guild in Charl ...

Canada ROCKS!

Thurs–Sat
Confederation Centre The Charlottetown Festival’s remounted musical revue, Canada ROCK ...

Some of What's New

“1864”

Big numbers at Province House In recognition of 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference o ...

Women of Confederation

JoDee Samuelson’s new animated film When local filmmaker, artist and Buzz columnist JoDee Samuels ...

PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp

Just recently, 23 writers from across the region spent 5 days at the Haviland Club in Charlottetown ...

The Tale of a Town

Harbourfront Theatre will present The Tale of a Town—PEI, a celebration of main street stories gat ...

The Quebec Conference

John MacCallum’s recreation of historic Robert Harris painting A second large painting by John Ma ...