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Prince of Wales College Reunion 2014

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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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go!PEIpPrograms

The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department is a partner o....

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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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at Macphail Woods

May 31, June 15, 21, 23–27

It's an active time at the Macphail Woods ....

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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

The Heart and Stroke Foundation in Prince Edward Island (HSF|PEI) is att....

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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

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Slaymaker and Nichols’ Olympic ....

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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

An 1864 Arts Camp for youth Grades 7-12 will be offered at Crapaud Commu....

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The Old Stock
Scott Parsons

Internationally known Island musician/songwriter Scott Parsons is launching his 4th album, The Old Stock. Over his long career, Scott has taken his blend of fingerpicking and percussive syncopated reggae (he calls it ‘Rastacadian’) on tour across Canada, the U.S.A., Mexico, and overseas to the U.K., The Netherlands, and Switzerland. Parson’s earlier albums (Jupiter Wise, Live at Mahogany Hall,

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Island Poetry: John Smith

currated by Judy Gaudet

From a Hollow Stem

Neverwill stands in the garden in the rain. Everstill
sits in the blind at the watering hole. Merely to be
thus in the world equals whatever could be imagined.
Tigers and gazelles dip their heads. In the distance

unseen, a flute is being played, an old flute, a rough
chop from a hollow stem. Or perhaps only a microbreeze
breathes among dozing

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Sunday Morning

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

The Emeralds are belting out a tune at the Trailside’s gospel brunch. They are finding things in this song even the writer didn’t imagine. The audience is rapt; we shiver a little. A pretty waitress offers eggs, the cook steps out of the kitchen for a minute to savour the music.

Whatever you seek on Sunday morning, be it respite, be it redemption, you’ll find it here. I

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Road Food

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

I am eating lunch in a parking lot and I don’t mind a bit. Hush puppy? Po’boy? Food truck? It sounds like road food. So if I’m sitting by the road, so much the better. A po’boy? It’s a sandwich. And this one has beef and lettuce and pickles and some kind of sauce that I am not ashamed to lick right off the plate. I take a swig of iced tea. Sure, that’s Ellen’s Creek right there. But it

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Working in Concerts
Working in Concerts
Profile: Andrea Ellis

by Jane Ledwell

When Andrea Ellis was a child, she didn’t tell her parents she wanted to be a firefighter or an astronaut. She said, “I want to work in concerts.”

She laughs, “I guess as a child I was always keen on music, and I was interested in concerts… The whole experience intrigued me, but I’m not sure what I imagined was entailed!” Whatever it entailed, the accomplished and foc

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Mellow Yellow
Mellow Yellow
Yummy Naan Bakery does wonders with saffron

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

The first thing you notice when you enter the Yummy Naan Bakery is the bright yellow. It’s everywhere, as befits a bakery that knows a thing or two about saffron. You’ll be offered a cup of saffron juice, a bright yellow drink that is sweet and tastes exactly like a morning in June.

If you’re there on a Monday, Wednesday or F

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A Tale of Two Lobsters

I’m Dining Out Here
by Andrew Sprague

Aside from traditional lobster suppers there have been few restaurants over the years that have had menus focused exclusively on lobster. A good many restaurants have one lobster dish on the menu. Seafood restaurants often have two or three. But it’s rare to see either the majority or the entirety of a menu dedicated to the Island’s favourite crustacean. But two suc

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Creatures of Habit

The Other Notebook
by David Helwig

Why does a dog do the things it does? Dog owners and dog experts don’t always agree. When we got a mixed breed puppy we call Star (for a white galactic shape on her black chest) nearly four years ago, we had no children in the house, and we both had some time on our hands so inevitably we did a little reading about dog behaviour and training. There is a certain fascination i

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Canada ROCKS!

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Story

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Stratford Readings

Local writers read from their works July 26
Stratford Public Library A diverse group of local write ...

at Souris Show Hall

First summer shows June 29, July 13, 20 The Souris Show Hall in Souris has a summer lineup of musi ...

Summerside Lobster Festival

In its 59th year July 14–19
Summerside The Summerside Lobster Festival is week-long festival (Jul ...

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French Teacher Honoured

Canadian Parents for French PEI has announced the winner of its Educator of the Year Award. The awar ...

PEI Film Selected For Face Off

Harmony Wagner’s Queen of the Crows has been chosen as one of nine short films from across Canada ...

Brackley Beach Gallery Invites Dr. David Stewart as Guest Artist

Dr. David Stewart will be the guest artist at Brackley Beach Gallery this summer. Life long resident ...

Clements Scholarship

The Atlantic Society of Fish and Wildlife Biologists has announced that a scholarship is being named ...

Culinary Achievements

The Culinary Institute of Canada wins Atlantic awards Students from The Culinary Institute of Canad ...