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Water Safety Day Camps

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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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Acoustic Performers Needed

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Island Gymnastics Camp

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Art in the Open Needs Volunteers

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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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Ode to a Tree—Free Embroidery Workshop

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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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Time Travel Thursdays

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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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Best Neighbourhood Ever Reunion

The “Best Neighbourhood Ever Reunion Kids” will be holding a childho....

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Calling All Young PEI Filmmakers

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Photo Op at Gov’t House

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August 2014
Piano at the Bar
Piano at the Bar
Mike Stratton entertains the patrons of Sim’s Wine Bar

The longtime tradition of “lounge pianist” is alive and well at Sim’s Wine Bar in Charlottetown. If you are there on a Tuesday evening this summer, amongst other occasions, you’ll find musician Mike Stratton at the Yamaha electronic baby grand piano bringing you a selection of popular hits—Billy Joel, Elton John, The Beatles—and piano standards. Mike has be

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August 2014
Live Acoustic at The Carleton
Live Acoustic at The Carleton
Lennie Gallant

Recognized by his peers as one of Canada’s best performing songwriters, Lennie Gallant has previously released nine albums in both French and English which have earned him a host of awards and nominations from the Junos, ECMAs and Prix Eloizes. A recipient of the Order Of Canada, he had his music taken into space aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour by astronaut Julie Payette. He has t

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August 2014
The Raven’s Sun
The Raven’s Sun
Catherine MacLellan

Catherine’s latest full-lenghth recording The Raven’s Sun is scheduled for release in August with a Charlottetown launch at The Mack. The Raven’s Sun was produced by her long–time musical partner Chris Gauthier and was recorded in the woods outside of Woodstock, NY by Grammy Award–winning Danny Blume.

Says Catherine “I was born to do this, and my father [the late Gene MacLellan] t

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August 2014
Beneath a Painted Sky
Beneath a Painted Sky
Janet McGarry

Beneath a Painted Sky is the latest CD release from Janet McGarry, who received her Masters in the Female Vocalist of the Year category from the Eastern Canadian Bluegrass Music Association. On this, her 11th recording, Janet draws on the music of some of her musical heroes from both the bluegrass and country genres.

This album is woven with themes of love, family, and faith. With fourteen

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August 2014
Open Skies
Open Skies
Trinity Bradshaw

Summerside singer-songwriter Trinity Bradshaw has released a new album entitled Open Skies (OP3 Music). The EP features her current single, “Never Drinkin’Again,” which is playing on radio across the country.

Open Skies is the follow up to Bradshaw’s self-titled debut. Produced by fellow Canadians Russ Broom (Jann Arden) and Trey Mills (Melanie Fiona, X-Quiste, Canadian Brass) the r

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August 2014
Starling
Starling
Emma Doucette

Emma Doucette will launch her debut CD, Starling, in August at the Pourhouse in Charlottetown.

Emma Doucette began singing on stage at the age of 5. Since then she’s performed from tip to tip of on PEI in events from ceilidhs to competitions. As a musician she has always been influenced by Celtic music. This summer Emma is the lead vocalist at the College of Piping's production of Highland S

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August 2014
Evangeline
Evangeline
Book, lyrics and music by Ted Dykstra

Confederation Centre of the Arts made headlines across the country last summer when it staged the world premiere of the epic Canadian musical, Evangeline. Now, as part of 50th anniversary of the national memorial and arts institution, the Centre is revisiting this love story with the official musical recording, Evangeline, featuring the songs and stars of the

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August 2014
The Locust Street Trio
The Locust Street Trio

The Locust Street Trio is a newly-formed King’s County group with over a hundred years of musical experience. Michael Pagé, Ken Shelton and Neil Knudson play on Friday evenings at Gabe’s Pub, above Sir Isaac’s Restaurant on Main Street in Montague.

Ken Shelton’s history of playing drums professionally has brought him full circle, from his first paid gig in a dance band 50 years ago at the Montague A

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August 2014
Jon MacInnis Named Doug Riley Artist
Jon MacInnis Named Doug Riley Artist
To play with Charlottetown Jazz Ensemble at PEI Jazz and Blues Festival

The TD PEI Jazz and Blues Festival (August 21–23) has chosen tenor saxophonist and band teacher Jon MacInnis as the honourary Doug Riley Artist. Each year the Festival spotlights an Island jazz performer in memory of Doug Riley, the late, renowned jazz keyboard master who chose PEI as his home. Previous Doug Riley Artists have b

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July 2014
The Meds Open New Glasgow Jubilee
Chosen from 1,200 international artists

Charlottetown powerhouse band The Meds (Kyle Drake, Iain McCarvill, George Maro, Bruce Rooney) will be the opening band at The New Glasgow Jubilee on August 1 (7 pm), a gig sought by 1,200 international artists. The timeslot was part of an opportunity put together by The Jubilee and international music artist community ReverbNation.

Three

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Some of What's Going On

Cloggeroo

Rubber Boot Band featured at first annual folk festival in Georgetown Aug 22–23 Cloggeroo takes ...

Youth Troupes

Mon–Sat - until August 29
Confederation Centre / Province House Confederation Centre’s two summe ...

Mi’kmaq Art at Greenwich

Parks Canada features Ni’n na L’nu: The Mi’kmaq of PEI until Sept 14
Greenwich Interpretation ...

Canada ROCKS!

Thurs–Sat
Confederation Centre The Charlottetown Festival’s remounted musical revue, Canada ROCK ...

KateFest at Rock Barra

In memory of Kate Poole Aug 24
Rock Barra Artist Retreat KateFest will be held August 24 at Rock Ba ...

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Out of this World

Chris Hadfield at Confed Centre “Good morning, Earth!” That is how Canadian icon Colonel Chris ...

The Quebec Conference

John MacCallum’s recreation of historic Robert Harris painting A second large painting by John Ma ...

How’s It Tasting?

Savour Food and Wine Show presents awards The PEI Savour Food and Wine Show, a project of the PEI R ...

Morgan’s Boat Ride

Hugh MacDonald
Art by Anna Bald Morgan’s Boat Ride, a children’s book by Hugh MacDonald with art ...

PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp

Just recently, 23 writers from across the region spent 5 days at the Haviland Club in Charlottetown ...