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Wintertide Calendar

The 2015-2016 Wintertide Holiday Festival Calendar...

Greeting cards

Holland College Graphic Design fundraising initiat...

A gift with meaning

Contributing to Farmers Helping Farmers Holiday Ca...

Autour du Vin courses

Genevieve Loughlin, a resident of Stratford, has b...

Food Safety Information Sessions in Charlottetown

Food Island Partnership has organized an all day i...

New Literary Service Builds International Cultural Bridge

Founder Giulia De Gasperi announces the launch of...

Art After Dark Event #5

Art After Dark Event #5 invites you to come and pa...

Lighting up the night for the holidays

The Heart and Stroke Foundation is pleased to anno...

National Novel Writing Month Write-Ins

November is National Novel Writing Month and Confe...

Gary’s sequenced Christmas Light and Sound show 2015

Now in its third season, Gary's sequenced Christma...

Paint the Town

Paint the Town takes place every second Tuesday at...

Lights for Kenya

Farmers Helping Farmers  Farmers Helping Farm...

Grand Caribbean Cruise

PEI Citizen Advocacy fundraising raffle now on PEI...

Stage Managing Workshop with Anne Putnam

A Stage Managing Workshop with Anne Putnam will ta...

United Way fundraiser

The United Way of PEI has announced a new 50/50 fu...

PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit, non-denomina...

Join Summerside Toastmaster’s Club

Would you like to improve your leadership skills a...

2016 Island Fringe Festival

Take to the Stage in 2016. Applications for the 5t...

Chorus seeking Director

The Island’s only women’s a cappella chorus, Islan...

Historical Victoria desk calendars

Historical Victoria desk calendars are available w...

Give the Gift of Time

There are children on the Big Brothers Big Sisters...

Lost in the Woods

The Voluntary Resource Centre (VRC) will offer a n...

Engage PEI—Become involved

The Government of PEI is recruiting Islanders to s...

Health PEI survey

Health PEI is surveying most Islanders to determin...

Mandatory helmets at Ski Park

Brookvale Provincial Ski Park will introduce a man...

Generic Drug Plan

PEI’s new Generic Drug Plan is now in effect. Unde...

Chase the Ace at Confederation Centre of the Arts

Confederation Centre of the Arts has announced the...

Hometown Hockey Tour

The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour has announced its...

Brain Injury Association of PEI Fundraising Events

The Brain Injury Association of PEI have a number...

Virtues Children’s Class

A free virtues class is held the first Thursday of...

Be an In-School Mentor

Retired and looking for your next big adventure? S...

Soul Food

  Soul Food, held on the last Sunday of the m...

A Course in Miracles

A group meets for in-depth study and discussion of...

Beaconsfield Open for Tours

Built in 1877, Beaconsfield was considered one of...

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

Taste and Learn: Holiday Appetizers class will be...

Restore an Acre project at Macphail Woods

Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project has lau...

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence The Toastmasters progr...

PEI French Health Network AGM

The PEI French Health Network held its AGM recentl...

Christmas with Elvis

Christmas with Elvis
Thane Dunn brings his holiday production to the Confederation Centre

Dec 4
Homburg Theatre

International World Champion Elvis tribute artist Thane Dunn will bring his new Christmas production to the Confederation Centre of the Arts December 4 along with a special guest.

The “Elvis Rockin Christmas” show includes Presley hits from “Blue Christmas” to “Blue Suede Shoes” plus a tonne of rockers

Racoon Bandit tour

Dec 4
Sportsman's Club

PEI’s Racoon Bandit have announced the release of their video for “I’m Waiting” and dates for an Eastern Canadian tour in support of their new album, Close Your Eyes. Island shows take place November 27 at Hunter River’s Harmony House Theatre and December 4 in Charlottetown, at the Sportsman’s Club.

The new video, directed by Adam Perry, is a slow motion approach to

He Named Me Malala

He Named Me Malala

Dec 4–8
City Cinema

PG, mature theme
Dir: Davis Guggenheim, UAE/USA, 87 min. Malala Yousafzai, Ziauddin Yousafzai

“A simply told but inspiring documentary about schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai, it tells her remarkable story as a courageous advocate for girls’ education with charm and good humour, taking its cue from its infectiously likeable and eloquent protagonist. Malala made a miraculous recovery

Rockin’ Around…

Rockin’ Around…
Rawlins Cross, Dino Dunsford & Friends and Kim Albert & Faces take the stage to support the Canadian Cancer Society

Dec 5
Eastlink Centre

Rawlins Cross, the well known and accomplished Celtic band, will take to the stage at Eastlink Centre in Charlottetown December 5 alongside Dino Dunsford & Friends and the band Faces, all in support of the Canadian Cancer Society—PEI.

“The Canadian

Book talk with Carol Ann Arnim

Book talk with Carol Ann Arnim

Dec 5
Confederation Centre Public Library

Carol Ann Arnim will be at Confederation Centre Public Library Saturday, December 5, at 2 pm to talk about her memoir, Crossing My Rainbow Bridge. Her book is a moving account of one woman’s life, and the amazing ups and downs along the way. Everyone can relate to the journey life presents, the difficult search for happiness and fulfillment. Arnim has

Christmas Market on Victoria Row

Christmas Market on Victoria Row

Dec 5 & 6
Victoria Row, Charlottetown

The Victorian Christmas Market is expanding into a 2-day event, from noon to 7 pm on December 5 and noon to 5 pm on December 6. The Market takes place on Victoria Row in Charlottetown and this year will grow to include 36 vendors. The territory is also expanding to the esplanade of the Confederation Centre (where the big 1864 is located).

The idea for the

David Myles show

David Myles show

Dec 5
Homburg Theatre

David Myles will perform at Homburg Theatre, Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, on December 5 at 7:30 pm.

“I like sitting somewhere between Chuck Berry and Chet Baker,” said the singer-songwriter who wears suits on stage and invokes eras gone by. “I kind of think of my sound as ‘acoustic crooner.’ That’s kind of my vibe,” he laughs.

So Far, Myles’ official US

Etsy Holiday Pop Up

Dec 5
PEI Farm Centre

On December 5 from 10 am–4 pm the Etsy Artisans of PEI will take over the PEI Farm Centre, 420 University Ave, Charlottetown. This craft show is unique in the sense that each vendor typically sells online with Etsy. This gives each artisan and their customers the chance to meet in person and shop for their handcrafted products. This is the Etsy Artisans of PEI 5th pop up

On The Noticeboard

PEI French Health Network AGM

The PEI French Health Network held its AGM recently. To consult the Health Network’s 2014–2015 annual report, visit [ ... ]

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence The Toastmasters program will help you to develop your communication and leadership skills and open doors in your persona [ ... ]

A gift with meaning

Contributing to Farmers Helping Farmers Holiday Campaign Angelica Kalayu and children with new water tank—a gift from the MacDougallsGreg MacDougal [ ... ]

Stage Managing Workshop with Anne Putnam

A Stage Managing Workshop with Anne Putnam will take place at The Haviland Club in Charlottetown November 28 and 29 from 10 am–5 pm. Saturday morni [ ... ]

Art After Dark Event #5

Art After Dark Event #5 invites you to come and paint a canvas, have a drink and have lots of fun at The Shipyard in Summerside December 12 at 7 pm. A [ ... ]

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Some Goings On

Celtic trio at Bonshaw

Nov 29
Bonshaw Hall On November 29 at 7 pm a Celtic trio comprised of Blaine Hrab, Colin Jeffrey and [ ... ]


Dec 26–31
ty Cinema 14A, coarse language
Dir: Jay Roach, US, 124 min. Bryan Cranston, Elle Fannin [ ... ]

Baba’s Art Wall: Emily and Maddie Acorn...

until Nov 30
Baba's Lounge Emily and Maddie AcornArt by Emily and Maddie Acorn on the wall in Nov, a [ ... ]

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Senior Islanders of the Year

On National Seniors Day senior Islanders who have really made a difference in their communities were [ ... ]

FAST signs of stroke

Islanders will be more aware of the signs of stroke thanks to the province-wide FAST campaign made p [ ... ]