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‘Rockin’ with the Stars’ Talent Search

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Seniors College Registration

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Photo Op at Gov’t House

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Shellfish Festival Volunteer Session

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Second Chances Band

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Kensington & Area Business Mixer

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MADD Ice Fundraiser

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Northern Lights Quilt Guild

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Photography Contest

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Art In The Open Survey

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A Course in Miracles

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Fibre Art Workshops

Fibre Art Workshops takes place September 20 (1:30–4:30 pm) and 21 (1:....

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MacNaught History Centre and Archives

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Summerside Chamber forum at Slemon Park

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Bennett Fall Birding Classic

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Alberton Museum Genealogy

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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

Bluefield High School will holding its annual Christmas Craft Fair on No....

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September 2014
Web Site Celebrating Acadian Museum’s 50th

The Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island is celebrating this year its golden anniversary. To mark this event, the Association of the Acadian Museum has launched a bilingual website highlighting the history and the many accomplishments of the Museum, guardian of the Island’s Acadian heritage.

Through this website, the Association of the Acadian Museum pays tribute to its founders, donors, and to

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September 2014
UPEI Alumni Awards
UPEI Alumni Awards

The UPEI community honoured three graduates recently with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award and the Inspiring Young Alumni Awards. The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes graduates who have made an outstanding contribution to knowledge, the arts, the community, the University, or have made a special contribution to an area of service to humanity. The Inspiring Young Alumni Award recognizes the

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September 2014
Go Lobster
Summerside promotional campaign a reported success in its first year

Eighteen Summerside restaurants participated in the inaugural GO LOBSTER campaign, bringing “18 PEI Lobster dishes all for under $18” for the month of July. Restaurants participating in the Go Lobster campaign used 3 to 5 times more Fresh Island Lobster than they would normally serve in July, say organizers. Recipients of the GO LOB

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September 2014
Military Maneuvers
Military Maneuvers
Lt.-Col Dennis O’Hanley takes on a big task in the Pacific

You can say Charlottetown-native Lt.-Col Dennis O’Hanley has lived the life many expect when they join the military. Since deciding to join the Canadian Army Reserves in 1981 at 721 (Charlottetown) Communications Regiment, he has been deployed to countries including East Timor, Sri Lanka, and the former Yugoslavia. He also found himself part o

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September 2014
Smoke-free Islanders Awarded
Smoke-free Islanders Awarded

At the 2014 Annual General Meeting of the Council for a Smoke Free PEI (CSFPEI), two Islanders were recognized for their efforts to create smoke-free communities.

Lori Barker, CSFPEI outgoing President and Executive Director of the Canadian Cancer Society, PEI Division alongside Frank Morrison, long-standing member of the Council, presented awards to Stu MacFadyen, Deputy Mayor of Charlottetown and

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September 2014
Island Nature Trust Project Protects Farmland Birds

An Island Nature Trust project to improve nesting opportunities for two species of farmland birds is doing better than anyone expected. Barn Swallow and Bobolinks, both threatened species, have lots of friends in PEI. Bobolinks nest on the ground in hay fields and abandoned grassy fields across PEI. Barn Swallows nest in rafters and on ledges under eaves in buildings, mainly in rural settings. The

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September 2014
21 Top Hats at Government House
21 Top Hats at Government House

P.E.I. Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis has invited people to visit Government House to capture their own piece of photographic history. The project is called 21 Top Hats. The steps of Government House have been marked to indicate where the Fathers of Confederation were standing when they had their only known group photo taken on the steps of the then-Governor’s official residence on September 6, 1864. G

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September 2014
40th year of PEI Humane Society Recognized

In recognition of the 40th anniversary of the Prince Edward Island Humane Society, the Province of PEI recently declared July 22 as PEI Humane Society Day.

The Department of Agriculture and Forestry has a partnership with the PEI Humane Society. Through the Companion Animal Protection Act and Dog Act, the Humane Society has the power to respond to calls relating to stray dogs, dangerous dogs and companion

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August 2014
Island Roots
Island Roots
Clilfton United marks grave of Joey Smallwood’s ancestors

As Prince Edward Island celebrates the 150th anniversary of the conference leading to Canadian Confederation, the members of Clifton United Church in Stratford are learning that Joey Smallwood, the last father of confederation, has his roots buried in their church yard. The graves of James and Mary Smallwood, great-grandparents of Joey Smallwood,

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August 2014
Poco’s Pledge
Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched “Poco’s Pledge,” an awareness and fundraising campaign to promote responsible pet ownership and to help end companion animal cruelty on Prince Edward Island. Poco’s Pledge is named after, a tiny, elderly Chihuahua who was discovered on a downtown Charlottetown street and brought into the Society’s care as a stra

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Printmaker Alison Storey Show

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2014 PEI Beer Fest

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Charlottetown Rural Receives ACT Appreciation Award

At its recent Annual General Meeting, ACT (a community theatre) presented its 2014 Community Appreci ...

Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

The family of Erica Rutherford has initiated a new endowment fund at Confederation Centre of the Art ...

The Rock Star of Vampires

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The Raven’s Sun

Catherine MacLellan Catherine’s latest full-lenghth recording The Raven’s Sun is scheduled for ...

Island Roots

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