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Seaside Experiences

To the end of September, Northumberland Ferries will showcase music, entertainment, food, wine, and  [ ... ]

Auction 45 card parties

The Star of the Sea Seniors' Club hosts weekly Auction 45 card parties on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm. It in [ ... ]

Run for Wishes

Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Charlottetown will conduct the 16th annual “Run for Wishes” campaign across PEI from July 16–21. The “Run for Wishes” is a charitable effort centered upon a volunteer relay run across PEI. It was initiated in 2003 by members of the ship’s company who wanted to raise funds for Children’s Wish in the ship’s namesake province. The goal of the fundraising effort

Dreaming with Our Hands

River Clyde Pageant puppeteer Ian McFarlane is bringing a sketchbook full of puppet ideas to New Glasgow this summer. Drop in to Wednesday evening and Saturday afternoon sessions to build your own lantern puppet, learn basic skills in performing puppetry, and assist in the creation of larger-than-life papier-maché puppets. All ages are welcome, no previous experience necessary. Schedule:

Better Together LGBTQ2+ Adult drop in

PEERS Alliance, in partnership with Holland College, UPEI, and Women's Network PEI will hold LGBTQ2+ adult drop ins for those interested in meeting others from the LGBTQ2+ community or who would like to get involved and share information. Drop ins will be held on the third Wednesday of each month from 6–8 pm in Room 20W at Holland College, 140 Weymouth Street, Charlottetown. Age 18+ are

BUD’s Belfast Uke Drop-ins

BUD’s—Belfast Ukulele Drop-Ins is a group of local Belfast area folk who are learning how to play and have fun with the ukulele. The group meets each first and third Wednesday of the month from 1:30–3:00 pm in the Common Room at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Belfast. Participants strum easy ukulele chords while singing favorite oldies but goodies. Some members have belonged to other ukulele

Residency Travel Support

this town is small is offering microgrants for travel costs for professional PEI artists attending residency programs off-Island, open to professional artists working in any media residing in PEI. Applicants must be a member of this town is small inc and must be accepted to an Artist-in-Residence program (of any length) outside of PEI. Eligible costs are limited to expenses for travel to/from

Eptek Demo Days

Drop by Eptek Centre this summer for craft and art demonstrations on weekdays. Share inspiration and tips from local artists and artisans who set-up at the entrance for free demos throughout the summer. Call 902-888-8373 for schedule or visit or follow @EptekCentre on FB. Eptek Art & Culture Centre is located at on the Summerside waterfront.

Speak–Easy Toastmasters

Speak–Easy Toastmasters meet the first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:00–8:15 pm at Community Connection, 701 Water Street West, Summerside. Sharpen your management skills by becoming a confident speaker, effective leader and better negotiator. Drop ins welcome. Info: Edith Hogan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Embroidery exhibit

The Lady's Slipper Needle Arts Guild (LSNAG) is hosting the Embroiderers Association of Canada Inc. (EAC) National Seminar: Bridging Stitches from July 17–22, 2018.

The internationally acclaimed instructors are from Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and United States. Tanya Berlin, Allison Cole, Jeanette Douglas and Kathryn Diuguid to name a few, will be joined by Jenny Adin-Christie, who is noted

Grief Support Drop-in Group

A Grief Support Drop-in Group meets the third Thursday of each month from 7–8 pm at Provincial Palliative Care Centre, 93 Murchison Lane, Charlottetown. This on-going facilitated grief and grieving support group is for all Islanders—family, extended family, friends—who have experienced loss. There will be monthly talks on topics of interest, and refreshments will be served. Info: Blanche at 902-368-4347 or Willard at 902-368-4064.

Lawn Summer Nights

Lawn Summer Nights is a lawn bowling fundraiser held in cities across Canada, benefiting Cystic Fibrosis Canada. The event generates awareness about cystic fibrosis, introduced thousands of young Canadians to community engagement, and revived lawn bowling. The #lawnsummer event is coming to Charlottetown July 19, and 26 at 6 pm. You must be 19+. Event is at Sherwood Lawn Bowling Club, 12 Juniper

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Some Upcoming Events

Rendez-vous Rustico

July 29
St. Augustine's Church The 24th edition of the Rendez-vous Rustico festival will be marked b [ ... ]

Organ Recital Series

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St. Dunstan’s Basilica
Church of St. Simon and St. Jude  Local and off-Island mus [ ... ]

Ghosts and more

Spirited performances promised this summer at Kings Playhouse Select dates
Kings Playhouse The King [ ... ]

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 [ ... ]