Pizza & Vinyl
September 27 & October 4
In collaboration with Back Alley Music and Fatta A Mano, Copper Bottom Brewing presents Pizza & Vinyl to the taproom every Thursday to October 4. Each week will feature a rotating cast of local DJs spinning records from their own personal collections, bringing their own vibe and sounds for the evening through a wide range of genres and musical styles. Providing the pizza each week is Fatta A Mano, PEI’s new pop-up restaurant using only 100% PEI ingredients & sourdough crust. Feed on pizza from 5–10 pm. Vinyl spins 7–10 pm. It takes place at Copper Bottom Brewing, 567 Main St, Montague. 326-0077 902-361-2337
BBQ & Blues
Every Friday in October
A music in residency program features Logan Richard each Friday for the month of October. Music goes from 7–10 pm, and food from Sneaky Cheats starts at 6 pm. Admission is free. It takes place at Copper Bottom Brewing, 567 Main St, Montague. 902-361-2337
Hilda Ramsay Dinner
Copper Pots at Copper Bottom
Island beef, fresh seafood and locally produced ales is what you can expect at this evening of culinary dining and traditional Island music on September 29 from 6–9 pm at Copper Bottom Brewing, 567 Main Street, Montague. Join Chef Robert Pendergast and the Copper Bottom team for an authentic East Coast experience overlooking the Montague river. Part of the 2018 Fall Flavours Festival. Tickets available at www.fallflavours.ca.
Gala & Casino Night
Fall Flavours Festival
Until September 30
Fall Flavours is a culinary adventure highlighting PEI tastes and traditions with great food, delightful venues, entertaining hosts, and one-of-a-kind experiences, including Signature Events hosted by popular celebrity chef personalities. Check the website for a daily calendar of events. Fest continues to September 30 across PEI. fallflavours.ca
Milton Apple Social
Veg It Up PEI 2018
Until October 4
PEI’s vegetarian and vegan association hosts their 3rd annual Veg It Up event September 21–October 4. It gives restaurants a chance to showcase PEI’s local produce and their culinary talents. Chefs from across PEI are challenged to create a totally vegan dish and food lovers are encouraged to try it out. www.vegpei.ca/vegitup/
Fall Harvest Lunches
October 5, 6 & 7
Fall Harvest Lunches, for Farmers Helping Farmers, take place at The Mill in New Glasgow in October. Join Chef Emily Wells, guests and staff for a 3-course fundraising lunch October 5, 6 and 7 from noon to 4 pm. Reservations are recommended at 902-964-3313. The Mill is at 5592, Rte 13, New Glasgow.
Arlington Orchards Pumpkin Festival
Mark your calendars for October 7 from 9 am–5 pm when Arlington Orchards will host their annual Pumpkin Festival. Follow on FB for complete details. Arlington Orchards is located at 150 Orchard Road. Info: Carol & Barry Balsom, 902-831-2965
Macphail Thanksgiving Dinners
October 7 & 8
Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead in Orwell will host 3-course traditional Thanksgiving dinners on October 7 and 8 at 2 pm. Reserve online at www.macphailhomestead.ca or call 902-561-2789.
Hospice PEI fundraiser
Literary Legacy Series
Literary Legacy Series: Tea with Sir Andrew (Macphail), Harry (Baglole) & their Master’s Wife celebrates the literary legacies of Sir Andrew Macphail. The first event in the series is dedicated to the contributions of the late Harry Baglole to the Macphail Homestead. Perhaps no other person has resurrected and promoted Macphail’s great masterpiece, The Master’s Wife, more than Harry Baglole. Harry’s lasting legacies regarding the place of Sir Andrew Macphail in Island—and Canadian—literary culture will be discussed by Dr. John Flood, editor (and publisher) of the book, The Master’s Wife: The Book and the Place (Penumbra Press, 2013). Tea & Harry’s favorite desserts will be served. It takes place October 13 at 2 pm at Macphail Homestead, Orwell.
Step Up to the Plate
Fall Roast Beef Dinner
Central Queens United Church, 19848 Rte 2, Hunter River, is holding their annual Fall Roast Beef Dinner October 27. The dinner with all the trimmings is free for children under 6 years of age. There are two seatings, 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm. Pre-ordered takeout available for pick up at 3 pm. There will also be a Bazaar table to browse. Pre-order tickets from Debbie at 902-964-2882.
Apple pie and apples sale
Until October 27
Stratford and Area Lions Club will be selling bags of apples and deep dish apple pies every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 am–5:30 pm, September 20 to October 27, at the corner of Mason Road and the Trans Canada Highway in Stratford. 902-569-3389
Spring Park Gala Dinner
Spring Park United Church will hold its 5th annual Gala Dinner “Our Island—Hawaiian Luau,” at Rodd Charlottetown Hotel’s Georgian Room on Nov 1. There will be a 3-course dinner, auction, and tropical entertainment. Reception is at 5:30 pm with dinner to follow. Individual tickets are $60 per person and can be booked by calling Jerry at 902-892-7807 or the church office 902-368-1822. Tables of 10 can be booked for family/friends groups. Only 130 seats are available. Join in for a fun evening.
Tracadie Players Dinner Theatre
November 3 & 4
Tracadie Players present their fall edition of the Tracadie Players Dinner Theatre on November 3 and 4 at Tracadie Community Centre, 48 Station Road, Tracadie Cross. Doors open at 5:30 pm with dinner served at 6 pm. The homestyle chicken dinner is followed by three original skits. Tickets available by calling Barry at 902-388-0240. Tracadie Community Centre is wheelchair accessibile and has bar service.
Nichola Goddard Foundation Dinner