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Island Rock Summer Camps

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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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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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May 31, June 15, 21, 23–27

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Crapaud Hall Wants Performers

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

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Summer Art Camps

Confederation Centre of the Arts offers visual and performing art camps.....

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Longest Line of Coins

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Liveable Islands Conference at UPEI

The Master of Arts in Island Studies program at UPEI has announced an op....

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Call for Cuisine Art

The PEI Farm Centre is calling for entries into an exhibition entitled C....

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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

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North Shore Community Conversation

The Community of North Shore will have a meeting or community conversati....

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Periscope Pictures Film Auditions

Charlottetown’s Periscope Pictures is holding auditions for their feat....

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IMAF2014 Call for Submissions

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

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Annual Greater Summerside Chamber Rotary Luncheon

Join the Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce for the 34th Annual Cham....

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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

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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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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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Digging Dandelions

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

Last month on Mother’s Day I naturally cast my thoughts back to my own mother, Constance Victoria Swanson, who was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, just before the beginning of World War I. If Mom knew I was writing this column, she’d be so proud. She’d be telling all her friends about me, and sending me ideas every week.

Mom was a woman who believed wholeheartedly in

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Heads in Jars
Heads in Jars
Bonita Hatcher presents satire for Art in the Open

by Katie Smith

If you’ve ever wanted to see Stephen Harper’s head in a jar, this summer you will have the opportunity to. Well, sort of. Halifax artist Bonita Hatcher is creating a satirical, political opera featuring Prime Minister Harper and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, where images of their heads are captured in jars and made to look like they are

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Refined Rural Cuisine
Refined Rural Cuisine
Gordon Bailey of Lot 30

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Gordon Bailey isn’t just a chef and he isn’t just a business owner, he’s both and is proudly amping up his culinary expertise this summer. Owner and executive chef at Lot 30 in Charlottetown, Gordon has an extensive history of high profile positions in kitchens around Canada and Europe.

Originally from Winnipeg, Gordon got his start in the kitchen

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Bluegrass and Old Time
Bluegrass and Old Time

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

It’s bluegrass festival time again on PEI and the first festival out of the chute is actually a campout known as the St. Louis Bluegrass Campout. This campout takes place on June 25, 26 and 27 on the grounds of the St. Louis Community Center. Local and regional bands are featured each year and there’s lots of jammin’ and friendly folks. This campout has grown in popularity each

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Coyote
Coyote

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Charlottetown band, Coyote, are no strangers to the pages of The Buzz. With proven dedication, Coyote has forged a reputation for high-energy, high-movement rock shows and continue to spread the fever across eastern Canada.

Things are really picking up for the progressive pop-rock band, and early this summer they’ll be releasing the much anticipated follow-up of their d

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Religion Meets Science
Inherit the Wind

Review by Sean McQuaid

Your pseudo-simian scrutinizer is a religious man, albeit a deeply flawed specimen of same. Inherit the Wind is often called a tale of religion vs. science, but this reviewer prefers to think of it as religion meets science; not such a congenial collision as the chocolate and peanut butter in those old Reese candy ads, perhaps, but not an inevitable clash of

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Strip Mining
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Review by Sean McQuaid

There’s gold in them there strips. Comic strips, that is, your blathering blockhead being a lifelong lover of same. Blondie, Bloom County, Calvin and Hobbes, For Better or For Worse, Garfield, Liberty Meadows, Little Nemo in Slumberland, Mickey Mouse, the Spirit and many more, this reviewer’s known and loved them all – but none more than Peanuts (1950

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If Not for an Artist

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

This crazy art show is just an illusion. The wings of the Sternocera Aequisignata beetle seem to be green or, in a certain light, blue. And yet—they’re actually just tiny cells that reflect the light, a trick of the eye. They aren’t really art, either. And yet Matt Bowness has made them into art—clothing, sculpture, jewelry—into things we don’t suppose an insect’s wing should be. No

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