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The Insider’s Guide

Workshop on how to write for children and young adults The University of Prince Edward Island is pa [ ... ]

PEI French student bursaries

For the third consecutive year, the PEI French Health Network (PEIFHN) is pleased to annou [ ... ]

Island Comic Con

April 28
Confederation Centre Public Library

Island Comic Con will be held at the Confederation Centre Public Library from 6:00–8:30 pm on April 28.

There will be a panel discussion with comic book creators Troy Little (Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas), Brenda Hickey (My Little Pony), Sandy Carruthers (Spookman), Tyler Landry (The Coward's Hole) and Ramón Sierra (Fifties). There will also be

Island Nature Trust dinner and auction

April 28
Red Shores Charlottetown

Island Nature Trust’s 33rd annual fundraising dinner and auction will take place on April 28 at Top of the Park Red Shores, 21 Exhibition Drive, Charlottetown. The evening will begin at 6 pm. All proceeds further the conservation goals of the group, including the protection of natural lands in PEI and engagement of Islanders in stewardship efforts.

A buffet meal

SoPA Spring Showcases

SoPA Spring Showcases
Holland College students of dance, theatre and music

April 28–29
Florence Simmons Performance Hall

Students with Holland College and Confederation Centre’s shared School of Performing Arts (SoPA) programs are gearing up for their final assignment.

On April 28 and 29 at 7:30 pm, the Florence Simmons Performance Hall in Charlottetown will host the theatre and dance students for a two-night showcase.

101 Dalmations KIDS

April 28–30
The Guild

Linkletter Music School presents 101 Dalmatians KIDS, based on the classic animated film, at The Guild in Charlottetown.

Disney’s 101Dalmatians KIDS is a fur-raising adventure featuring Cruella De Vil, Disney’s most outrageous villain, and 101 of the most adorable heroes to set their paws onstage. With a high-spirited score and lovable characters, this stage adaptation

What a Wonderful World

April 28
St. Paul's Church

What a Wonderful World! takes place April 28 at 7 pm St. Paul’s church, Grafton Street, Charlottetown. Enjoy music, dance, poetry and more in one of the Island’s best performance spaces, the historic Harris church. The evening thematically celebrates the rich cultural diversity of our common humanity.

Expect some multicultural flavour, the result of response from the

A United Kingdom

A United Kingdom

April 28–May 6
City Cinema

PG, mature theme, language may offend. Dir: Amma Asante, UK, 111 min. David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Tom Felton

“Britain’s dark colonial past is dragged out into the burning sunlight in this rousing true-life love story… When an African prince falls in love with a white English office girl in post-war London, their marriage causes political and tribal trauma in their

Reading Town PEI

Reading Town PEI

April 29–May 6
various locations

Reading Town PEI is set to integrate reading into the everyday life of Islanders during a week long celebration of reading for fun April 29 to May 6. The diverse range of 40+ free events will bring awareness to the importance of a community approach to literacy

Throughout the week Reading Town will shine a light on Island authors, illustrators and storytellers

Author & Illustrator Festival 2017

April 29
Murphy's Community Centre

The Author & Illustrator Festival 2017 will be held April 29 from 10 am to 5 pm at Murphy's Community Centre, Room 308, 200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown.

The mission is to celebrate Island Books and all of the individuals that contribute to them — authors, illustrators, editors, publishers, and of course, readers. The festival aims to empower others to

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Some Upcoming Events

Leah Garnett: When One Space Meets Anoth...

Until June 4
Confed Centre Art Gallery Leah Garnett’s installation work, When One Space Meets Anot [ ... ]

Eptek Lunch Time Film Series

April 27
Eptek Centre The weekly Friends of Eptek Lunch Time Films continue on Thursdays at noon to  [ ... ]

After The Storm

May 12–16
City Cinema PG, mature theme. Dir:  Hirokazu Koreeda, Japan, 117 min. Hiroshi  [ ... ]

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