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Watershed Photo Contest

The Friends of Covehead and Brackley Bays are sponsoring a photography contest that is open to any f [ ... ]

Community tree lighting in Cape Traverse

The Cape Traverse Ice Boat Committee is hosting a community tree lighting at 6:30 pm on Decembe [ ... ]

Canadian Songwriting Competition

The second annual national songwriting competition awards over $40,000 worth of prizes. The contest is open to all songwriters (amateur and professional) who are Canadian citizens or who reside in Canada. Judges include Sam Roberts, Joel Plaskett, Cadence Weapon and Alan Doyle, as well as industry leaders in A&R, booking, festival programming, publishing, and radio. CSC partners with SickKids

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

Nutrition events continue at Sobeys locations:

Two week program Cooking for Better Blood Sugars — Reducing Sugar will begin November 23, 2–3:30 pm at West Royalty. Join the Sobeys Pharmacy Dietitian and learn how to help control your blood sugars.  

5 Secrets to Better Blood Sugars class will be held November 24, from 2–3 pm at Sobeys Allen St. Join the Sobeys Pharmacy Dietitian and

Summerside Taletellers Storytelling Circle

The Summerside Taletellers Storytelling Circle meets from 7–9 pm on the second Thursday of every month at the Lefurgey Cultural Centre, 205 Prince Street, Summerside. All are welcome to attend and share stories. For more information, contact Noella Richard at 902-439-7998 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


CCOA will livestream 2017 Symons Lecture

On November 23 at 12 pm Confederation Centre of the Arts will livestream, in both official languages, The 2017 Symons Medal and Lecture. This year the Symons Medal is awarded to the Prime Minister of Canada, the Right Honourable Justin P.J. Trudeau.

The Symons Medal and Lecture event will also feature a live 30-minute performance of the Centre’s 2017 Young Company production The Dream Catchers.

Victorian Christmas Weekend traffic advisory and details

The Victorian Christmas Weekend will take place November 24–26. The weekend will feature the 4th annual Victorian Christmas Market, visits with Santa at the market, free horse and wagon rides, Sing-Alongs with Jill Chandler of Playing with Choir, free historical walking tours and church tours, roaming Christmas carolers, classic Christmas movies at City Cinema, breakfast with Santa at the

Wintertide Opening Ceremony and Christmas Tree Lighting

The City of Charlottetown’s Wintertide Holiday Festival kicks off with the annual Wintertide Holiday Festival Tree Lighting on Friday, November 24. 

The event begins with a candlelight walk from Peakes Wharf to the Confederation Centre of the Arts Upper Plaza. For those who wish to participate in the candlelight walk, meet at Peakes Wharf to pick up your candle between 6 pm and 6:15 pm. The

Scrapbooking Guild of PEI

Christmas card making day

Christmas card making day, hosted by the Scrapbooking Guild of PEI, will be held from 9 am–5 pm on November 25 at the Stratford Town Hall, 234 Shakespeare Drive, Stratford. Make and take home a variety of cards and gift tags. Learn new techniques, work with dyes and more with Sandra in the morning. Use photographs to create extra personal greetings with Julie in the

Charlottetown Christmas Parade

Final preparations are underway for the 19th annual Charlottetown Christmas Parade, taking place at 5 pm on November 25. The parade is a fun-filled evening event with festive lights and music.

Spectators are reminded to gather along the route early as volunteers from the Food Bank will begin collecting non-perishable donations at 4:30 pm. Canada Post representatives will also be collecting

Genealogical Society public meeting

The Genealogical Society will hold a public meeting from 2–4 pm on November 25 at the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, 10 Northridge Parkway, Charlottetown. The Guest Speaker will be Daniel Boudreau, a founding member of the Facebook group: Prince Edward Island Genealogy. Mr. Boudreau will talk about how the group originated, its achievements and challenges. Hear what happens when

Charlottetown Legion Bingo

Charlottetown Legion Bingo takes place Sundays and Mondays at 7 pm at the Legion at 99 Pownal St, Charlottetown. Doors open at 5:30 pm. Proceeds support Legion projects.

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Menopause The Musical at the Homburg theatre November 25
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Rappers at Baba’s

Evil Ebenezer and JYAY with local openers November 28
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Island Christmas Review at Harmony House

December 7–8 & 14–15 
Harmony House Theatre When putting together “The Island Christm [ ... ]

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