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Workplace Video Contest

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United Way Campaign

In September, the United Way of PEI kicked-off their 51st annual fundrai....

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Volunteer Income Tax Program

Volunteers are needed to help file simple income tax returns for people ....

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Home and School Survey

The PEI Home and School Federation released highlights of its 2013 paren....

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Emergency Wait Times

Islanders are now able to view estimated emergency department wait times....

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MPEI Song Camp Submissions

Music PEI is now accepting submissions for the Song Camp Collaboration W....

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Snow Pass

The Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass program is available all across Canada and is....

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Licences for drivers from Taiwan

Drivers from Taiwan can now get their licence on PEI without taking the ....

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North Shore Winter Survivors

On January 12, the North Shore Community will host a meet and greet gath....

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Art in the Open Proposals

This town is small is seeking proposals for this summer’s Art in the O....

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Last Call to Perform at 150-Hour Jam

Baba’s Lounge will host 150 hours of continuous music and service (24 ....

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Report Bat and Fox Sightings

After last winter’s discovery of White-nose Syndrome (WNS) in Island b....

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BUZZIFIEDS—March

MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTION—8 week courses in Summerside and Ch....

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Name a Confed Centre Seat

Confederation Centre is offering members of the public the opportunity t....

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Soundtrack for your Project

Claudie Mackula, an independent music composer, is interested in collabo....

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Acadian Genealogy

Genealogist Jean Bernard will be at the Acadian Museum, Miscouche, Sunda....

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PEI Cancer Services Drivers

The PEI Cancer Services Volunteer Driving Project uses 83 drivers from a....

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Be a CNIB Vision Mate

CNIB is seeking Vision Mate volunteers to provide sighted assistance to ....

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Understanding and Preventing Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

Cooper Institute is carrying out an on-line survey and want to hear from....

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Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild meets on Wed, March 19 and April 16, at 7 pm in....

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Grieving Support Group

Grief and Grieving Support Group meets the 3rd Thursday of every month (....

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Community Changers Photo Show

A Photovoice exhibition exploring the reality of living in poverty in PE....

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Stratford Resident Survey

The Town of Stratford had launched its 3rd annual resident survey. The T....

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Carnations for Kids

For a donation of your choice, you will enjoy a bouquet of 6 Carnations. Al....

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Donate to United Way of PEI

United Way of PEI has announced a projected $20,000 shortfall in donatio....

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Beaconsfield Open for Tours

Built in 1877, Beaconsfield was considered one of Charlottetown’s fine....

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Premiere Toastmasters

Premiere Toastmasters is a non-profit organization that helps people to ....

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Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit social group with members in the 40....

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Art for Addictions

Art for Addictions will be displayed April 5 at Confederation Centre of ....

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Plein Air Fest Call for Registration

Artisans on Main Montague, with the support of PEI 2014 and the Town of ....

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Confed Centre Public Library Programs

Friends of the Library spring book sale will be held March 14–16. Full....

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At Kensington Library

Kensington Heritage Library will host a Meet the Author Event March 12, ....

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Fierce Short

Lee D. Thompson’s Fierce Short, Diary of a Fluky Kid, explores his rel....

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Culture PEI: Board Governance Workshop

Culture PEI extends an invitation to all Arts, Culture and Heritage non-....

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

What if every child fulfills his or her potential? Imagine what that cou....

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Donate to PEI Humane Society

The PEI Humane Society that it’s fundraising has fallen short of its g....

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Want to Write a Script?

Ever wanted to write a script? Now’s your chance. King’s Playhouse i....

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2014 Visitors Guide available

PEI’s 2014 Visitors Guide is now available. To assist you in planning ....

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Seniors Active Living Centre

Events at Seniors Active Living Centre, CARI Complex, UPEI, Charlottetow....

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Clothes Washer Rebate Program

Charlottetown Water and Sewer Utility Dept will is offering an Energy St....

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Confederation Players Auditions for 2014

Confederation Players Program is expanding to its greatest troupe size s....

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Northern Lights Quilt Guild

Northern Lights Quilt Guild meets at the O’Leary Community Complex Mar....

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Programs at Confed Art Gallery

PD Day Art Camp: Visual art in the Schurman Family Studio during Art PD ....

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Red Clay Quilt Guild

Red Clay Quilt Guild meets on the 2nd Tue of the month (March 11) at 7 p....

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Free Sobeys Nutrition Events

Taste and Learn—Pizza! class will be held on Wednesday, March 12, from....

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Grief and Grieving Support

March 20 the Grief and Grieving Support Group will meet at the Palliativ....

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this town is small inc. AGM

this town is small inc., PEI’s artist run centre, will hold it Annual ....

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PEI Motorcycle Show 2014

PEI Motorcycle Show 2014 takes place March 21–23 at the Eastlink Centr....

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Youth Workplace Video Contest

The Workers Compensation Board challenges Island high school students to....

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Island Wide Hike for Hospice

Hospice PEI’s Island Wide Hike for Hospice takes place May 4 in Summer....

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Acoustic Performers Wanted

The Chowder House is looking for acoustic performers to entertain on its....

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NDP PEI District 8 Meeting

Rural and urban progressives are invited to gather to organize when NDP ....

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Submissions Open for Contact East

Reminder to all artists! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcas....

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Family Earth Expo

The 2014 Charlottetown Family Earth Expo will be held April 21 from 12-4 pm....

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Children’s Haiku Contest

Children up to age 15 are invited to participate in the JAL Foundation T....

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PEI 2014 Celebration Zone Info Session

The PEI 2014 Celebration Zone will be operating daily at Confederation Land....

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Ball Hockey Program

A seven-week, Ball Hockey Program will begin on April 2, continuing unti....

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Easter Beef Show & Sale

PEI’s Annual Easter Beef Show & Sale takes place March 27–28 at ....

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Sowing Seeds

Are you a Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 educator interested in Environmen....

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Children's Memorial Tree Planting Ceremony

Plant a tree in memory of a child. International Children's Memorial Pla....

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PEI Tweet Up

Eastern College staff and students will host a PEI Tweet Up March 28. An....

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Order of PEI nominations

Nominations for the Order of Prince Edward Island are being received by ....

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Learning and Caring for Ourselves

The PEI Seniors’ Secretariat invites you to attend a conference for pe....

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March Break Youth Activity

A March Break Youth Activity Drop-in Program will be held in the morning....

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Soul Food

Soul Food is held in Studio 2 of the Confederation Centre the last Sunda....

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PEI Suicide Prevention Concert

Variety concert fundraiser in aid of Suicide Prevention will be held Mar....

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Cultural Forum: Creative Placemaking

On March 31 Culture PEI will present its 2014 Cultural Forum with the th....

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Love of Art, Community, & PEI

The Voluntary Resource Centre (VRC) has announced a call for submissions....

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Prize Bingo

There will be a Prize Bingo in aid of PEI Citizen Advocacy on April 1 at....

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Stop Colon Cancer Before It Starts

Stop colon cancer before it starts. If you are between the age of 50–7....

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Free Soup and Gardening Workshop

Are you concerned about eating healthier? Are you concerned about the hi....

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Prince of Wales College Reunion 2014

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

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Benefit for Monica Thibaudier-Ness

A benefit concert and silent auction will be held on Friday, April 11 at....

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Difference Drummer
Difference Drummer
Profile: Alan Dowling

by Jane Ledwell

Pick a month and play a game: How many listings in The Buzz include drummer Alan Dowling? “In the course of a year, I play with at least a dozen totally different groups,” he says. It’s a steady, hectic rhythm: “In a one-month period, I might do country, rock, jazz, blues, and drumline (marching drums). That might be a typical month.”

Alan loves variety. “I love t

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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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Some of What's Going On

Flashback 1964: The Hundredth Summer

Miscouche, North Rustico, Victoria-by-the-Sea Mar 23
Acadian Museum
The public is invited to the Ac ...

UPEI Wind Symphony

Final performance for graduating students Mar 27
Steel Recital Hall The UPEI Wind Symphony will per ...

Cold Pop

until June 1
Confed Centre Art Gallery The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is invites the public to ...

Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie

Mar 7 to 23
Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) 2014 will be h ...

Rubber Boot Revue

Apr 11
Atlantic Vet College - UPEI Splash into Spring at the Atlantic Veterinary College’s AVC Rub ...

Some of What's New

UPEI Music Department Perfomance Finals

The annual UPEI Music Department Performance Competition Finals were recently held at the Dr. Steel ...

Funding for Communities

A combined Federal and Provincial investment of $144,760 has been announced for 3 PEI communities to ...

Baby Sleepers Donated to QEH

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) does not have a budget for purchasing sleepers, but thanks to don ...

Women Making Waves

Women in Film and Television—Atlantic (WIFT-AT) presents Women Making Waves March 21–23 in Halif ...

IslandNewspapers.ca Launched

The official launch of IslandNewspapers.ca, a fully searchable online archive of digitized Island hi ...