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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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Free Singing Lessons with Island A Cappella

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MADD Ice Fundraiser

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ACT Calls for Plays in a Day

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Art In The Open Survey

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A Course in Miracles

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Fibre Art Workshops

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MacNaught History Centre and Archives

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Summerside Chamber forum at Slemon Park

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Submit to Farm Centre Exhibit

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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
Charlottetown Rural Receives ACT Appreciation Award

At its recent Annual General Meeting, ACT (a community theatre) presented its 2014 Community Appreciation Award to Charlottetown Rural High School and its principal, Susan Willis.

The award celebrates the contributions made by individuals and organizations to our community through their ongoing support for theatre and the arts. Past recipients of this award have been individuals such as Mae Ames,

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September 2014
50th Season Wraps
50th Season Wraps
Canada ROCKS! and Anne of Green Gables play out September

The Charlottetown Festival continues its 50th season with four more weeks of the major Homburg Theatre musicals Canada ROCKS! and Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™, and two added weeks of Searching for Abegweit at the cabaret theatre The Mack.

Canada ROCKS! is a hits musical revue celebrating Canada’s finest songwriters, pop stars, and rock b

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July 2014
Anne & Gilbert Proud of its Young Company
Anne & Gilbert Proud of its Young Company

When the cast of Anne & Gilbert takes its curtain call there’s always plenty of applause for the main cast. But a group of young performers always get a special burst of appreciation from the crowd. They are the Young Company; twelve performers, ranging in age from 10-to-16 who feature in the show’s major scenes and production numbers.

“The professionalism of the Young Company always amazes us a

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July 2014
Your Island paradise
Your Island paradise
Lennie Gallant’s Searching for Abegweit wants your photos

Searching for Abegweit: the Island Songs & Stories of Lennie Gallant is making its world premiere at The Charlottetown Festival this summer, and is sold out through its first week of shows. Starring Gallant himself, and featuring a four-person band, this new production, which runs until the end of August, is a musical patchwork quilt of

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July 2014
Allie Higgins Mentors with Ballet Jörgen
Allie Higgins Mentors with Ballet Jörgen

Charlottetown dancer Allie Higgins is completing the Graduate Mentorship Program with Canada’s Ballet Jörgen. was invited to become a mentorship student with the professional ballet company.

“The mentorship program is like a bridge in between school and working in the professional world,” says Allie. “You get a bit of both because you’re still in class every day for technique and often coaching classes but you

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June 2014
Anne reaches 50
Anne reaches 50
Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™ is the world’s longest-running

The staff, cast, and crew at Confederation Centre of the Arts are hard at work preparing for the 2014 Charlottetown Festival. The actors are now deep in rehearsals for both the remounted hit, Canada ROCKS!, which opens June 19, and the enduring classic, Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™.

The production recently set a Guinness Record

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June 2014
Meet Mark Fraser
Actor, director and artistic programmer

Mark Fraser will be wearing three hats at the Victoria Playhouse this summer—actor, director and artistic programmer.

In early June he begins rehearsals for Kiss The Moon, Kiss The Sun which opens June 28. The comedy/drama, by Canada’s most produced playwright Norm Foster, tells the story of a unique friendship which develops between Robert, a mentally challenged m

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June 2014
Masterful Storytelling
Sir Andrew Macphail’s PEI comes alive in a new theatrical production

by Sean McQuaid

I always loved the book,” says producer Harry Baglole of The Master’s Wife, Sir Andrew Macphail’s 1939 memoir of life in late 19th & early 20th Century PEI. Lauded by literary critic Janice Kulik Keefer as one of the finest works in Canadian literature, the book posthumously cemented Macphail’s reputation as what histori

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A Look at the New Confed Mainstage
A Look at the New Confed Mainstage

Some photos from our tour of the the newly renovated theatre at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. Some of the new features include lighted walls, more aisles, more balcony, and control booth.

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May 2014
Ballad of Stompin’ Tom
Summerside theatre mounts new musical production for 2014

Harbourfront Theatre will run an exclusive theatre production with the Ballad of Stompin’ Tom, for its 2014 season.

Harbourfront Theatre is planning ahead for a strong future. With support from the Government of Canada, Theatre staffers are working to develop a strategic plan for the organization, and make theatre improvements to better position

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Mi’kmaq Art at Greenwich

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Live Acoustic at The Carleton

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Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

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