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Crapaud Hall Wants Performers

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Acoustic Performers Needed

The Chowder House in Point Prim is looking for acoustic performers to en....

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Shedding the Shadows

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Canada's Favourinte Bar - Vote!

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Dance Star Academy Registration

Fall 2014 semester registration is now open. The academy offers dance cl....

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LGBTQ Youth Drop-in

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer Youth aged 14-25 are invited to....

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Calling All Young PEI Filmmakers

The Island Media Arts Coop (IMAC) has announced the “I Made A Film” ....

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‘Rockin’ with the Stars’ Talent Search

The Charlottetown Festival cast and staff are on the hunt for PEI’s be....

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Seniors College Registration

Seniors College of PEI offers courses to anyone aged 50 and over in the Cha....

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Photo Op at Gov’t House

PEI’s Lieutenant Governor the Honourable Frank Lewis invites Islanders....

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Shellfish Festival Volunteer Session

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Vernon River Community School

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Sunflowers for Callum's Classroom

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Free Singing Lessons with Island A Cappella

If you like to sing—and always wanted to improve your vocal skills—j....

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A Course in Miracles

Every Friday evening at 7 pm a group meets for an in depth study and discus....

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Bennett Fall Birding Classic

Each autumn, Island Nature Trust and Nature PEI join forces in a team event....

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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

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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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August 2014
PEI Seniors College
PEI Seniors College
What’s new for 2014–2015

Seniors College has announce its 2014-2015 program. The complete program can be viewed on their website at www.seniorscollege.ca.

Seniors College is a non-profit organization affiliated with the University of Prince Edward Island and the Centre for Life-Long Learning. If you are 50 or over, for only $152 a year, you get to take as many courses as you like over three consecutive

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August 2014
Order of PEI 2014
Recipients Wayne Hambly, Wade MacLauchlan and Heather Moyse

The 2014 recipients of the Order of Prince Edward Island were announced recently by the Chancellor of the Order, His Honour the Honourable H. Frank Lewis, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island and Mr. Charles Curley, Chair of the Order of Prince Edward Island Advisory Council.

Mr. H. Wayne Hambly, CM of Charlottetown; Mr. H. Wade MacLauchlan,

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July 2014
Out of this World
Out of this World
Chris Hadfield at Confed Centre

“Good morning, Earth!” That is how Canadian icon Colonel Chris Hadfield, writing on Twitter, woke up the world every day while living for five months aboard the International Space Station last year. Now the astronaut and will be touching down on red soil, coming to PEI this fall to spend the day at Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown.

Out of this World

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July 2014
“1864”
“1864”
Big numbers at Province House

In recognition of 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference of 1864, two installations were unveiled recently in downtown Charlottetown. Parks Canada unveiled a numerical “1864” sculpture located adjacent to Province House National Historic Site on the land owned by Confederation Centre of the Arts. PEI 2014 unveiled a numerical “2014” structure on the Charlottetown waterfr

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July 2014
Honour Society
Honour Society
Chef Irwin MacKinnon recognized by national body of chefs

The executive chef of Papa Joe’s Restaurant in Charlottetown, Irwin MacKinnon, has joined an exclusive group. In a recent ceremony at the Fairmont Chateau Montibello in Quebec, he became a member of the Honour Society of the Canadian Culinary Federation, a national body of chefs established in the 1960s.

The certificate which accompanied the

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July 2014
How’s It Tasting?
How’s It Tasting?
Savour Food and Wine Show presents awards

The PEI Savour Food and Wine Show, a project of the PEI Restaurant Assocation (PEIRA), took place at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in May. Local restaurants Island-wide took part in the show. Twenty-five wineries, breweries and sommeliers were there to complement the food.

Three people who were selected to judge the PEI Flavours Local Food Award. Chef

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July 2014
Shedding the Shadows
Shedding the Shadows

An open call to photographers and writers

PEI Family Violence Prevention Services (PEI FVPS) has launched an open call to photographers and writers to participate in a new fundraising project, Safe Today/Strong Tomorrow, a collection of images, poetry and prose that will showcase an uplifting look at healthy relationships and the beauty and strength of individuals who have experienced family violence.

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July 2014
Red Shores 3rd Annual Drive for Charity

Red Shores Racetrack & Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park and Red Shores Summerside present the 3rd Annual Drive for Charity presented by Red Shores.

The Drive for Charity event features 13 of the Island’s top drivers, based on 2013 statistics from Charlottetown and Summerside racetracks. The drivers partnered with businesses to raise money for local charities. The promotion began on June 1

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