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2014 Visitors Guide available

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Prince of Wales College Reunion 2014

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Vital Statistics Website

A new Vital Statistics website serves as a focal point for people who ar....

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School Calendar Changes

Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac announce....

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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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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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Crapaud Hall Wants Performers

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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

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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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

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Cradling Confederation
Cradling Confederation
Edward MacDonald
Published by Confederation Centre

Fifty years ago this year, in 1964, on the 100th anniversary of the historic Charlottetown Conference, the Fathers of Confederation Memorial Buildings were opened in Charlottetown as a living memorial to Confederation’s founders. The arts complex cost $5.6 million, and was cost-shared on a per capita basis by the federal government of Canada and the D

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Alex B. Campbell: The PEI Premier Who Rocked The Cradle
Alex B. Campbell: The PEI Premier Who Rocked The Cradle
H. Wade MacLauchlan

Alex B. Campbell: The Prince Edward Island Premier Who Rocked The Cradle, written by Wade MacLauchlan, is a new PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation publication which will be released in May 2014. Advance purchase of the publication is available on the Alex Campbell website at www.alexbcampbell.ca.

Influence
Influence
The Count and the Cuban Cocktail

Charlottetown-based 10-piece Cuban dance band The Count and the Cuban Cocktail have released their debut CD Influence. Its launch will take place at The Mack in Charlottetown April 3 from 7 to 10 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm with tickets available at the door.

Under the leadership of director, composer, arranger, and frontman Eduardo Mendoza (The Count), this 10-piece

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Time Machine Blues
Time Machine Blues
Owen Steel and The Sad Turns

Owen Steel’s second full length release, Time Machine Blues, spans sounds from jugband to vaudeville drawing upon “the same stream as the most talented street performers, ragtimers, and wandering hobos” (Kelly MacNeil, The Athenaeum, Wolfville, NS).

Displaying the original “studio” on its front cover—consisting of one microphone and a 1950’s reel to reel on the kitchen table—t

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Waiting On
Katie McGarry

The new album Waiting On from Katie McGarry has been released. It’s her second album and the follow up to My Side Of Town.

The project contains eight tracks and was recorded at the Sound Mill in Emyvale PE. Jon Matthews engineered the sessions and also has a co-producer credit with Dan Currie and Katie McGarry. The album was mastered at G&S Mastering in Atlanta GA.

“These songs are a

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South America
South America
The Meds

Charlottetown band The Meds release their much anticipated recording South America in late April. A Charlottetown launch will take place at Hunter’s Ale House May 16.

South America, which began in 2009 with Matt Mays, features ten tracks of The Meds’ trademark rock sound which reflect on their time as a band. Running the Edge Down, the first track on the record was produced by Colin MacDonald, l

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Dress Days
Dress Days
Profile: Rebecca Parent

by Jane Ledwell

Rebecca Parent smooths her dress before sitting, a ritual she’s getting accustomed to. She is 15 days into “150 Days of Dresses,” which Rebecca and her creative co-conspirator Laurie Campbell have undertaken to promote What to Wear to the Birth of a Nation. They are co-creating, co-writing, co-producing, co-directing, and co-starring in this sesquicentennial two-w

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A Taste of Honey
A Taste of Honey
Sean Murray’s Island Gold features a cinammon honey recipe

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

I am here to taste cinnamon creamed honey. I get some on the spoon and try it. There is the deep rich flavour of honey, a burnished tang of cinnamon. I make that little noise that women make when something is really delicious. It feels like chocolate in my mouth. I know it’s supposed to go on toast, but I could e

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DiverseCity 2014

Outdoor festival in Charlottetown, Montague and Summerside July 12, 19 DiverseCity Multicultural F ...

In My Garden

Retrospective of the artwork of Russell Stewart July 16 to 27
Gallery @ The Guild Opening from 7– ...

New Highland Storm

July & August
College of Piping Throughout July and August, an all new Highland Storm production ...

Tribute to the King

Thane Dunn’s Remembering Elvis show at Harbourfront August 18
Harbourfront Theatre August 16, 197 ...

French National Holiday

July 13
Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean The Coopérative d’intégration francophone de l’Île-d ...

Some of What's New

Stompin’ Tom Musician Joins the Cast

One of the musicians set to grace the stage for the Summerside Harbourfront Theatre 2014 production ...

Meet Mark Fraser

Actor, director and artistic programmer Mark Fraser will be wearing three hats at the Victoria Play ...

Public Art

Collaboration by Gerald Beaulieu and Ahmon Katz at Hillsborough River Commons The City of Charlot ...

Water Stewardship Award

The North Rustico Sewer and Water Utility is the recipient of the 2014 Council of the Federation Exc ...

More Addictions Workers

Islanders struggling with addictions will benefit by improved access with the recent addition of 3 n ...