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Take the Stage Summer Camps

Take The Stage Summer Camps for kids aged 5–14 tak...

Dance, Sing Act

Don’t Ye Know Theatre Inc holds theatre camps for...

Children’s Art Class in Souris

Children’s art classes take place for ages 6–12 Ju...

Cornwall summer camps

The Town of Cornwall offers summer camps for child...

Red Cross Water Safety Day Camp

The 70th Annual Red Cross Water Safety Day Camp is...

Watermark Acting Conservatory

The Acting Conservatory at Watermark Theatre in No...

Rock Barra Retreat

All are welcome to enjoy Rock Barra Artist Retreat...

River Clyde Pageant Workshops

Puppet making and lantern-building workshops are h...

Organist/choir director needed

Saint Andrew’s United Church Vernon Bridge, has an...

Rollo Bay Music Camp

The Rollo Bay Music Camp is a new three-day event...

Cox & Palmer’s annual 5/10Km Run

The Cox & Palmer’s annual 5/10Km Run ...

Public Meeting About Victoria Park Cultural Pavilion

The City of Charlottetown will host a public meeti...

Art at Frank Ledwell Festival

Inspired by Frank Ledwell’s poetry, artist Susan C...

Auditions for The Laramie Project

ACT (A Community Theatre) is holding auditions for...

Monica Thibaudier-Ness Celebration of Life

Christine Thibaudier Ness and Paul Ness, parents o...

Charlotteown Downtown residents meet

Charlottetown Downtown Residents Association Summe...

Women’s Retreat

The 32nd Annual Women’s Retreat will be held Septe...

ASI Healthy & Safe Communities

From August 16-18, The Atlantic Summer Institute p...

4-H Young Speakers Comp

Applications are being accepted from members of th...

Pre-budget consultation

The House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance...

PEI government website

The PEI government website has been launched and r...

PEI Citizen Advocacy needs you

PEI Citizen Advocacy is looking for volunteers to...

Annual Statistical Review

The province has released its annual snapshot of t...

A new employment website for local employers and j...

Make Charlottetown Bloom

The City of Charlottetown residents may apply or n...

Artist Trading Cards — Year 10

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is looking fo...

Protect the Piping Plover

Every summer, staff and volunteers at Island Natur...

Public Consultations on Climate Change

Island individuals and organizations have importan...

Seeking nominations for the Angus MacLean Natural Areas Award

Island Nature Trust is seeking nominations for the...

Bark in the Park

Join Kim MacMillian from Courteous Canines on July...

Open Bible Baptist Church

Open Bible Baptist Church is held at Milton Commun...

Workshop: Making Inquiry Work

There will be a two–day workshop for Elementary te...

Canada Day Celebration and Free BBQ

Join the fun at the Miltonvale Community Park on J...

How to Get Published

Workshop with Cynthia Good Do you have a manuscrip...

North Shore Canada Day Celebrations

Join the fun at the North Shore Canada Day Celebra...

PEI Seniors Secretariat Community Grants

The PEI Seniors' Secretariat invites not for profi...

Law Foundation Funding Available

The Law Foundation of Prince Edward Island is now...

Monthly LGBTQ+ Youth Group

AIDS PEI, in partnership with PRIDE PEI, is starti...

Take the Stage

Take the Stage summer camps for kids aged 5–14 tak...

Weekly Card Parties

Weekly card parties will be held on Thursday eveni...

On your mark

Tis the season for runs and walks on Prince Edward...

Call for Nominations for PEI Senior Islanders of the Year

Nominations are now being accepted for the PEI Sen...

Junior Sailing 2016

The Charlottetown Yacht Club offers sailing course...

Ignition Fund applications

New or budding business owners can apply for the I...

PEI Pride Parade 2016

Planning is underway for this year's Pride Parade...

Cash for Camp 50/50 Lottery

Cash for Camp 50/50 Lottery has a potential jackpo...

Canadian Folk Music Awards

Submissions are now open for the 12th edition of t...

Bonshaw Young Players

Bonshaw Young Players welcomes new members for its...

Beauty pageant

PEI Rural Beautification Society 2016 Competition...

Toastmasters Breakfast Club

Toastmasters can help you to become a better speak...

Spinal Cord Injury PEI's Summer Cash Giveaway Draw

Spinal Cord Injury–PEI (SCI–PEI) is hosting its an...

Women's Institute Handcrafts, Horticulture, Arts

Be a part of Old Home Week with your creative and&...

School calendar available

The Department of Education, Early Learning, and C...

Watershed photography contest

The Friends of Covehead and Brackley Bays are spon...

PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-denominational, soci...

A Course in Miracles

Every Friday at 7 pm a group meets for an in depth...

Beaconsfield Historic House Tours

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

Seniors Active Living Centre

Events continue at Seniors Active Living Centre, B...

Georgetown Summer Days

July 20–24

From July 20 to 24, the Kings County capital of Georgetown is hosting its annual Summer Days Festival. For many years, the summer festival has featured a lineup of local talent, outdoor events and evening concerts. Under the leadership of an energetic committee, Georgetown Summer Days 2016 hopes to breathe new life into the event.

Getting back to its roots, the theme for the

ArtTalk by Karen Stentaford

ArtTalk by Karen Stentaford

July 21
Confederation Centre Art Gallery

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery presents a discussion with Karen Stentaford this summer as a part of the ArtTalk series, offered in conjunction with the artist’s solo exhibition Island Types—currently showing in the Entrance Gallery as part of the Emerging Artists Series, sponsored by RBC Foundation. The exhibition explores photographs that capture the

Trio in Time

 Trio in Time
Concert at St. John the Evangelist in Crapaud 

July 21
St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church

On July 21 at 7:30 pm, Parish Productions, a project of St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Crapaud will host Trio in Time, featuring PEI Island performers and song writers Larry Campbell, Roy MacCaull and Marcella Richard.

Larry Campbell hails from Graham’s Road and has entertained audiences on

SandJam in Summerside

July 22–24
Summerside Waterfront

Sports & Entertainment Atlantic (S|E|A), in partnership with the City of Summerside, has announced the return of SandJam to the Maritimes in the summer of 2016. SandJam Summerside, presented by EastLink, will take place on the Summerside waterfront from July 22 through July 24, during the Summerside Lobster Festival. As the premier professional beach volleyball

Frank’s festival

Frank’s festival
7th Annual Frank Ledwell Storytelling and Comedy Festival

July 22–24
St. Peters Courthouse

The 7th Annual Frank Ledwell Storytelling and Comedy Festival takes place July 22, 23, and 24 at 8 pm at the St. Peters Courthouse Theatre in honour of the late Island poet and past PEI Poet Laureate Frank Ledwell. 

On July 22 Jane Ledwell, also a poet, and daughter of Frank Ledwell, will take the stage.

at Harmony House

at Harmony House

July 23 & 24
Harmony House Theatre

Tara MacLean

Tara MacLean’s Atlantic Blue concert is a celebration of Atlantic Canadian songwriters, hosted by Tara MacLean with special guests Todd MacLean and Cynthia MacLeod.

Tara MacLean is a singer, songwriter, and recording and touring artist. From break-out pop hits (“If I Fall”) to country-crossover (“Happy Baby”), her style is reflective of her deep

Classics reignited

Classics reignited
Tributes to Canadian musicians at Watermark Theatre

July 24, August 7 & 21
Watermark Theatre

Watermark Theatre has announced its 2016 Classic Music Reignited programming for the summer season—Canadian composers that Island artists will be interpreting in their own way. 

The Music of Buffy Sainte-Marie and Bruce Cockburn — July 24, 7:30 pm

Performed by Mike Mooney, the Beck Sisters.


Side by Each

Side by Each
Group exhibit by former Howes Hall artists at Gallery@The Guild

July 27–August 7
Gallery @TheGuild

A collaboration of four artists from the original Howes Hall Gallery are once again reinventing themselves with an two-week exhibition of their work at The Guild in Charlottetown, titled Side by Each. The group has been invited to showcase their new work at The Guild from July 27 to August 7.


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Workshop: Making Inquiry Work

There will be a two–day workshop for Elementary teachers, school administrators and system on inquiry based learning August 15–16, 9 am–4 pm at  [ ... ]

Children’s Art Class in Souris

Children’s art classes take place for ages 6–12 July 16 and 30 at 11 am at Souris Beach, Rte 2 East, Souris. All materials are provided. Each clas [ ... ]

North Shore Canada Day Celebrations

Join the fun at the North Shore Canada Day Celebrations at the North Shore Community Centre, 2120 Covehead Road, Route 25, PE on July 1 from 1–3 pm. [ ... ]

Protect the Piping Plover

Every summer, staff and volunteers at Island Nature Trust (INT) and Parks Canada staff at PEI National Park work to educate beach users and protect th [ ... ]

School calendar available

The Department of Education, Early Learning, and Culture has released the 2016-2017 school calendar. It is available to be downloaded at [ ... ]

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Some Goings On

The Melville Boys

Review by Ivy Wigmore Until July 30 (select dates)
Victoria Playhouse Of all charming seaside villa [ ... ]

Rendez-vous Rustico

July 30–31
stico Lennie GallantThe 22nd edition of the Rendez-vous Rustico festival will be held [ ... ]

Summer artists at Watermark Gallery

Donald Andrus, Bill Hodgson, Mary Roscoe Murphy Robertson July 12 (Opening reception)
Watermark Art  [ ... ]

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