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Card Parties at Milton Hall

Meet at Milton Community Hall each Thursday to September for weekly Card Parties at 7:30 pm. Hall is [ ... ]

Junior policy analysts

Recent university graduates have an opportunity to develop their careers as a junior policy analyst  [ ... ]

Potter's Parlour & Café

Potter's Parlour & Café

There is a new Ice Cream Parlour and Cafe on the north shore. Suzanne Scott, owner of Village Pottery, converted this historic house into the charming Potter's Parlour. Located next to Village Pottery on route 6 in New London, you'll find ADL ice cream, Samuel's coffee, along with baked goods and sandwiches, as well as a full line up of espresso drinks. You'll also find ice cream flights, soda
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The rolling hills

The rolling hills
The Brew

by Bryan Carver

Tucked in the rolling hills of central PEI, in the small community of Rose Valley, sits a rather innocuous barn that holds one of the best beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.

Founded by the father and son team of Hughie and Don Campbell, Barnone Brewery has been turning out some beloved ales since its inception in 2012. The Campbells saw an opportunity; use a portion of
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Summer wish list

I’m Dining Out Here

by Andrew Sprague

There are so many places I want to go this summer I can barely decide where to start. From one end of the Island to the other, restaurants are calling out to me and my wallet to come pay them a visit, metaphorically, of course. So instead of focusing on one place to go this July, I am going to tell you about three foodie road trips I’m keen to take this
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Meals, etc.

Veg It Up PEI 2018 

Register by July 22

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. If your restaurant wants to be a part of
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23rd Shellfish Fest in September

The Prince Edward Island International Shellfish Festival, Canada’s largest festival in honour of shellfish, will celebrate 23 years as the event returns to downtown Charlottetown from September 13 to 16, 2018. The Festival showcases the Island’s mussels, oysters, and lobster. Chefs and shuckers display their culinary skills and engage with audiences.

The schedule of events includes culinary
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National awards for PEI Brewing Company

The PEI Brewing Company has received two awards at the 2018 Canadian Brewing Awards in Halifax, Nova Scotia recently. Vic Park Pale Ale won bronze in the Session India Pale Ale category for a second year. Hell Street Doppelbock won bronze in the Traditional German Style category.

Jeff Squires, President of the PEI Brewing Company says, “Our brew team puts their heart and soul into their work and
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PEI Craft Brewers Alliance inaugural meeting

With five operating breweries currently in Prince Edward Island and two more scheduled to open in 2018, there’s no doubt that the industry is growing. With growth, comes new opportunities for partnership among the collective. On May 10 the first meeting of the PEI Craft Brewers Alliance was held at the PEI Brewing Company.

The PEI Craft Brewers Alliance was created to help develop the industry and
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Best of Sea

Vote for your favourite seafood dish in June

Island chefs are demonstrating their culinary talents as part of a month-long celebration of Prince Edward Island seafood products.

The Best of Sea culinary competition runs throughout June and features 18 restaurants across the province — to vote for your favourite, visit bestofsea.com. Chefs are vying for $4,000 in prize money and the 2018 Chic Chef
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Get happy

Get happy
Copper Bottom Brewing in Montague 

The Brew
by Bryan Carver

It’s shaping up to be an excellent summer for beer drinkers in Eastern PEI. After opening Copper Bottom Brewing in late 2017, owners Ken Spears and Ashley Condon will surely be keeping thirsty people happy with the beers they are producing on Main Street in Montague.

The old Eastern Graphic building has had quite the makeover. Not
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Fine Fauxmage

Fine Fauxmage
Julain Molnar offers cheese alternatives to vegans

The New Creative
by Cassandra Bernard

Over the past couple of years, the number of vegan options on store shelves and local menus have skyrocketed. From Nurturing Essence chocolates, to the recent Mooless Mac at Stir it Up, more mouthwatering vegan treats are available and here to stay.

Julain Molnar, a proud plant-based eater for 30 years,
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Some Upcoming Events

Acadie Story

Sundays 
The Guild La Fédération culturelle de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard in collaboration w [ ... ]

Island Summer Review

Patrick Ledwell and Mark Haines return with all new show at Harmony House  Wednesdays, Th [ ... ]

Hearts Beat Loud

July 19–25
City Cinema PG, mature theme
Dir: Brett Haley, US, 97 min. Nick Offerman, Kiersey Clemon [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Music lover

Profile: Debbie Atkinson by Jane Ledwell Debbie Atkinson volunteered for the first East Coast Musi [ ... ]

History of Music exhibit

The City of Charlottetown Planning and Heritage Department has created an exhibit to celebrate the h [ ... ]

The Parkman Ave Residency for PEI Artist...

this town is small inc. & Copper Bottom Brewing initiative  The Parkman Ave Residency [ ... ]