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A gift of Island poetry: John MacKenzie

The Feet of Blue Herons

If you happen to live in another town,
Or country, or even galaxy
As dim and distant in time as in space
From these words, this language, the narrow
Range of pitch across its plosive phonemes,
Do not worry if you’ve never heard of me. 

I only make things of quiet lies arranged
To describe the folding and unfolding
Wings and limbs continually attempt
In lust and flight and

Greener grass

Greener grass
PEI Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival moves to Dundas

The PEI Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival is on the move. After ten years at The Dunollie Travel Park and twenty three years at the Rollo Bay Festival Grounds the festival is relocating to The Dundas Fair Grounds, the home of the Dundas Plowing Match.

This new site has great facilities with level camping, a large outdoor stage and an

Founders Circle tour

Founders Circle tour
Members plan trip to Czech Republic

Confederation Centre of the Arts is launching a distinctive experience for members of its Founders Circle—the chance to join an exclusive 11-day cultural adventure to the Imperial Cities: Prague, Vienna, and Budapest.

With proceeds going to support arts and heritage programming at the Centre, this group travel tour comes at the request of the Founders’ Circle

Enter the Kings County Music Festival

The Kings County Music Festival is looking for young musicians who enjoy performing to consider entering their festival which takes place in early May. They offer classes in piano, voice, instrumental, and choral (school and community) for all levels; beginner to advanced. Guidelines, a list of classes, and the entry form can be found at the PEI Kiwanis Music Festival website.

The Kings County

Dining in the Dark

Dining in the Dark offers an evening of exceptional food, wine, inspiration and blindfolds March 1 beginning at 6 pm.

It’s not unusual to close your eyes and savour a bite of your favourite dish, but have you ever consumed an entire meal that way—replacing sight with touch, taste and texture? Based on a restaurant concept popularized in Paris and New York, Dining in the Dark is a signature CNIB

Cute as a…

Cute as a…
12th year for button making event at Confederation Centre Art Gallery

The CCOA Gallery in Charlottetown is bringing back “Cute as a…” for its 12th year, so it’s time to start planning your miniature button art and get ready to collect.

“This is the chance for people to showcase their artistic talents in wearable art,” says Kate Sharpley, the visual arts educator with the Gallery.

“Cute as a…” asks

Taste PEI

The Prince Edward Island Preserve Company has launched Taste PEI, a delivery service for gifts and local foods.

Taste PEI gift boxes feature Island-made products, and can be delivered to addresses throughout North America. Taste PEI gift boxes can be customized to include the following items: Baked goods by The Preserve Co.; Cheese and dairy by ADL, COWS, Dairy Isle and Glasgow Glen Farm;

Trent Hayesy IPA

Trent Hayesy IPA

The story of the PEI Brewing Company began back in 1997. There has been a lot of change over the last 20 years, but one thing has always stayed the same and that is Trent Hayes.

Trent Hayes, Brewer at The Gahan House in Charlottetown has been brewing beer for the Murphy Hospitality Group for over 20 years. To celebrate Trent’s accomplishments, the PEI Brewing Company has brewed a limited-edition

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