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24th Annual Let Their Light Shine Campai...

Join Hospice PEI volunteers in celebrating the 24th Annual “Let Their Light Shine” Campaign [ ... ]

Speak–Easy Toastmasters

Speak–Easy Toastmasters meet the first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:00–8:15 pm a [ ... ]

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Sobey Art Foundation have announced the long list for the 2011 Sobey Art Award for contemporary Canadian art. The Curatorial Panel has announced the 25 artists vying for this year’s Award. They are: Atlantic—Zeke Moores, Kym Greeley, John Haney, Michael Flaherty, Becka Viau (PEI); Quebec—Jérôme Havre, Chris Kline, Emmanuel Licha, Nadia Myre, Manon de Pauw; Ontario: Aleesa Cohene, Christian Giroux and Daniel Young, Derek Sullivan, Gareth Long Josh Thorpe; Prairies and the North—Denton Fredrickson, Sarah Anne Johnson. Dave and Jenn, Wally Dion, Dominique Rey; West Coast—Sonja Ahlers, James Nizam, Helen Reed, Charles Stankievech, Joseph Tisiga The shortlist will be announced in May 2011. Selected work will be featured in an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. The winner will be announced during a Gala event at the Gallery on October 13, 2011.

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Some Upcoming Events

Home for the Holidays

Justin Shaw comedy show December 21
Kings Playhouse Home For The Holidays Comedy Show featuring Jus [ ... ]

At Eternity’s Gate

December 17–22
City Cinema PG, violence, sexual language
Dir: Julian Schnabel, Switzerland/UK, 111  [ ... ]

Bach Magnificat

December 21
St. Dunstan's Basilica St. Dunstan’s Basilica in Charlottetown invites all to their an [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

East Pointing

The Nature of PEI by Gary Schneider It took me a while to discover the beauty of East Point, the n [ ... ]

Etsy anniversary

Etsy Markets in PEI celebrate five years The New Creative
by Cassandra Bernard This fall Etsy Team  [ ... ]

Life in the cove

Profile: JoDee Samuelson by Jane Ledwell “Would you like a column about living in the country? [ ... ]