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Canadian Songwriting Competition

The second annual national songwriting competition awards over $40,000 worth of prizes. The contest  [ ... ]

PEI Humane Society Santa Pix Fundraiser

PEI Humane Society Santa Pix Fundraiser, with professional photos taken by Louise Vessey from Vessey [ ... ]

American Thanksgiving Dinner for a Good Christmas Cause
November 23

Dinner is served. It’s the annual U.S. Thanksgiving Dinner at St Paul’s Church Nov 23 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. This Annual event is a major fundraiser for the Christmas Outreach Support for families and individuals in need. Roast turkey is the central feature, of course, with the full range of delicious fixings: home-made stuffing, autumn vegetables, pickles, biscuits, dessert and beverage. It gets served up in the fall-colour-filled St. Paul’s parish hall, at the corner of Prince and Richmond in downtown Charlottetown. Take-out is also available. To buy tickets or place a take-out order, contact the St. Paul’s office at 902-892-1691 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The number of tickets is strictly limited, and they sell-out quickly. It is not usually possible to buy at the door.

Clinton Hills Olde Fashion Christmas
November 24, 25, December 2, 9, 15 & 16

Olde Fashion Christmas takes place at Clinton Hills Weddings and Events venue. The rustic backdrop is a renovated dairy barn with scenic countryside, rustic Christmas decorations, 30 foot Christmas tree, and woodstove. A traditional turkey dinner and dessert will be prepared onsite by Chef Duncan Smith of Broadway 45 Catering. Dates are November 24 and 25, December 2, 9, 15 and 16. Music will be provided by local entertainers at each meal. Book at 902-886-3080 Mon–Fri 12–4 pm or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Christmas Macphail Homestead
November 25 & 26

Christmas dinners are held at Macphail Homestead in November. Enjoy a three-course roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The Homestead will be decorated for the holiday season. There will be a cash bar, fire, and live music. Dinners take place November 2 at 5:30 pm, November 25 at 5:30 pm, and November 26 at 1:30 pm. The Homestead is located at 271 Macphail Park Rd, Orwell. Reserve on the website www.macphailhomestead.com or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Veg PEI Community Vegan Potluck
November 27 (last Monday of the month)

Community Vegan Potluck, hosted by Veg PEI, is the last Monday of each month. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Meal starts at 7 pm. The location is at Trinity United Church, 220 Richmond St, Charlottetown. Donations go to Veg PEI. Bring your own plate, utensils, napkins, and drink. All dishes must be vegan (no meat, seafood, dairy, eggs, or honey). Bring an ingredients list to go with your dish and a serving utensil. You do not need to be vegetarian or vegan to come and enjoy the food. Info: VEG PEI on Facebook.

UPEI Education International Dinner 2017
November 26

The UPEI Education International Dinner 2017 will be held at 5 pm on November 26 at Jack Blanchard Family Centre, 3 Pond Street, Charlottetown. The mostly gluten and/or dairy free menu includes beef vegetable curry (Vietnam), rice pilau (Kenya), stir-fried greens (China), beet & potato salad (Haiti), cucumber dill salad (Sweden), bannock (Nunavut), nori seaweed popcorn (Japan), carrot cake with dulce de leche (New Zealand/England/Australia, Argentina), chocolate truffle (France). Tickets: Alana MacGuigan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-629-5155; Carolyn Francis, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-894-2813.

Giant Bake Sale
December 1

Spring Park United Church is hosting a Giant Bake Sale at the Confederation Court Mall on December 4 from 9 am–1 pm near the TD Bank. There will be homemade goods such as cookies, squares, cakes, pies, and tea breads. Jams, jellies, pickles and fudge will also be on sale. Go early for the best selection.

Festive Fiddlers’ Feast Ceilidh
December 3

On December 3 at 5 pm the Emerald Community Centre hosts a ceilidh and Christmas dinner. This is a fundraiser for the hall and will include entertainment by the PEI group Fiddlers’ Sons with Courtney Hogan. You will hear Celtic and traditional music with hints of Christmas flair and sounds of the season. Everyone is welcome to attend. 902-886-2479, www.emeraldcommunitycentre.com 

Tips and Tools to Grow KICKA#S Veggies Workshop
December 11

Register for the Tips and Tools to Grow KICKA#S Veggies Workshop from 8:30 am–4:00 pm on December 11 at the PEI Farm Centre, 420 University Ave, Charlottetown. The workshop will feature a number of soil savvy folks talking about growing big and beautiful vegetables. Agenda and registration can be found online at the Certified Organic Producers Cooperative website, www.organicpei.com. Info/contact: Karen Murchison, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-894-9999. 

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Playing With Choir

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Comedian Tom Green

November 25
PEI Brewing Company The PEI Brewing Company presents Tom Green on November 25 at 7:30 pm [ ... ]

Jack Frost Winterfest

February 16–18
Charlottetown The Jack Frost Winterfest presented by Island Coastal, returns to Cha [ ... ]

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