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National Cupcake Day for the PEI Humane Society

Did you know that by simply baking cupcakes you ca...

Special Committee invites Islanders to participate in Community Forums

In response to the submission of its interim repor...

Artwork Auction to support Brain Injury Association

The grand opening for the Artwork Auction in suppo...

Your Parts and Beyond

Sexual Health, You, and Your Community Sexual and...

Annual Paper Hearts fundraiser

PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) will again...

Island Fringe Fest Call for Employees

Want to be a part of the Island Fringe team? Now’...

Charlottetown Festival Launches Mamma Mia! Valentine’s Contest

The Charlottetown Festival is announcing a special...

Discussion Group for Young Adults

If you are between 18 and 25 years old and have ev...

Charitable Happy Hour, special Valentine's Day

There will be a fundraiser to support Syrian famil...

Hockey Skills and Drills Day

Presented by PEI Aboriginal Sports Circle A specia...

Island Nature Trust: Eagles, Hawks and Owls of PEI

PEI’s wildlife includes an impressive number of wi...

WI District 9 Convention

Theme is Pay it Forward. Karyn MacPhee will speak...

CNIB Volunteer Orientation

Our Vision Mate program matches volunteers and peo...

Charlottetown to Host Islander Family Fun Day

Celebrate Islander Day in the Capital City with fr...

Red Cross Day with the Island Storm

Does your family have plans for Islander Day? ...

ACT (A Community Theatre) Audition Notice

ACT (A Community Theatre) is casting for it’s late...

Arts scholarships available

The Friends of Confederation Centre will present t...

Pinch Penny Fair

Pinch Penny Fair takes place April 23, a springtim...

Pinch Penny Fair

Pinch Penny Fair takes place April 23, a springtim...

New academy of performing arts

Atlantic Academy of Performing Arts is now accepti...

Rent to the Charlottetown Festival

Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown...

St. Patrick’s Day at The Factory for Hospice PEI

Friends of Hospice P.E.I. present St. Patrick’s Da...

Proposals sought for Charlottetown Arts and Culture Award

The Charlottetown Arts Advisory Board is seeking p...

Midwinter Magic Toronto fundraiser for Indian River

On February 16 at 7 pm a Midwinter Magic evening i...

Martial arts for kids

A kids program for martial arts that blends both k...

Count Your Cubes

On February 1, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, in...

Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass

Canadian Ski Council’s Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass pr...

Nominate Étoile Santé and win

PEI French Health Network’s Étoile Santé campaign...

Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É. Scholarships

Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É. is offering a $1,000 entra...

French Educator of the Year Award

Canadian Parents for French–PEI is seeking submiss...

Program for Island apprentices

PEI is introducing a one–year pilot program to ass...

Charlottetown’s annual report

The City of Charlottetown’s annual report for 2015...

Help balance the budget

The PEI Government is working toward a balanced bu...

Victoria Park Newsletter available

The Winter 2016 edition of From The Park Bench con...

Volunteer for Bowl for Kids Sake

Bowl for Kids Sake 2016, one of Big Brothers Big S...

Graduate research assistance

Graduate students and post doctoral fellows who ar...

Parks and Recreation Winter Activities

Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department has...

Stanhope Historical Society

The Stanhope Historical Society will meet February...

Sierra Club’s Leap Day

PEI Sierra Club invites Islanders to sign the Leap...

Blankets for Anderson House

Blanket making for Family Violence Prevention Week...

Trinity United affirming ministry

Trinity United Church has become an affirming mini...

Virtual Financial Management

A 6-week online Financial 101 Series, presented by...

Environmental Coalition AGM

All are welcome to attend the ECOPEI AGM at the Be...

Preparing for Retirement

The Voluntary Resource Council as part of its proj...

Book Art workshop

The South Shore Arts Council is sponsoring a Book...

Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games

The City of Summerside will host the 2016 Vogue Op...

Impacts of Family Violence

Find out about impacts of family violence on the w...

Coldest Night of the Year

Harvest House PEI is organizing The Coldest Night...

Bark for Love

The PEI Bark For Life volunteer organizing committ...

PEI ANC’s Welcome Project Donation Centre

The Welcome Project is coordinated by the PEI Asso...

PEI Modern Quilt Guild meeting

The next PEI Modern Quilt Guild meetings will be h...

Literary Award entries

The P.E.I. Writers’ Guild is now accepting entries...

Holland College School of Visual Arts 2016 Calendar

The Holland College School of Visual Arts 2016 Cal...

Brain Injury Association of Prince Edward Island 2016 Calendar

The Brain Injury Association of Prince Edward Isla...

Call for submissions for 2016 PEI Book Award

Prince Edward Island writers and authors are encou...

Editing workshop

Nimbus Publishing Senior Editor Whitney Moran The...

Island Idol

Island Idol, presented by Cavendish Beach Music Fe...

Dr. Tim Ogilvie AVC Vet Camp

Do you love animals? Is veterinary medicine ...

Nortons Razzle Dazzle Gala

Nortons Razzle Dazzle Gala 2016 will take place Fe...

Income Tax Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed to help file simple income t...

Win Credit Toward Tuition

Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É. invites students  int...

PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit, nondenominat...

PEI Genealogical Society

The PEI Genealogical Society will meet February 20...

Summerside Toastmaster’s Club

Would you like to improve your leadership skills a...

Triple P—Positive Parenting

Triple P Positive Parenting Program outlines the k...

'Find the Heart for the Arts' relaunched with new format

Confederation Centre's Chase–the–Ace fundraiser ti...

Northern Lights Quilt Guild

The Northern Lights Quilt Guild meeting will take...

Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

The Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild will meet February...

Grief and Grieving support

  A Grief and Grieving Support Group meets th...

Garden Club of PEI

The Garden Club of PEI will meet on February 10 at...

A Course in Miracles

Every Friday at 7 pm a group meets for an in depth...

Mayor's Heritage Tea

The Summerside Mayor's Heritage Tea will recognize...

Beaconsfield Open for Tours

Built in 1877, Beaconsfield was considered one of...

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

Taste and Learn: Fish class will be held Thursday,...

Seniors Active Living Centre

Events continue at Seniors Active Living Centre, C...

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence The Toastmasters progr...

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Feb 5–9
City Cinema

14A, coarse language
Dir: Danny Boyle, US/UK, 122 min. Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen. Academy Award nominee for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress

“How do you make a Steve Jobs movie in a world where there are already two Steve Jobs movies? You turn it into an Aaron Sorkin movie. Based on Walter Isaacson’s authorized biography of the Apple godhead and
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Black History Month

Feb 6, 10, 11, 19, 20 & 27
Various locations

The Black Cultural Society of Prince Edward Island is hosting a celebration of Black History Month during February 2016 with six events.

On February 6, The Society and Confederation Center Library in Charlottetown present Baraka Family Arts and Crafts for children and parents at 10:30 am. Createens begins at 2 pm.

February 10, take in Rants and
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Phase II & Friends Valentine’s Day concert series

Feb 6, 7, 13 & 14
Various Locations

Phase II and Friends are busy preparing for a series of concerts centering on the theme of Valentine’s Day with inspirational music in the mix of as well.

Up until four years ago, Phase II was strictly a dance band, playing a wide variety of music, but always dances. An invitation to perform with Kendall Docherty and Brian Knox changed all that. The guys
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International Development Week

Feb 7–13
Various Locations

The PEI members of the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) have announced an Open House in celebration of the 26th Anniversary of International Development Week and the 40th Anniversary of ACIC. It takes place February 9 from 1:00–4:30 pm at Murphy Community Centre, Room 207. It will include a webinar and workshop by Dr. S. Kindornay and discussion on
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PEI Symphony Orchestra with special guests

PEI Symphony Orchestra with special guests
Conductor Dinuk Wijeratne; soloists Leo Marchildon, Branden Kelly

Feb 7
Zion Presbyterian Church

The PEISO returns to the Zion Presbyterian Church on February 7, featuring three guest performers—soloists Leo Marchildon and Branden Kelly, and guest conductor Dinuk Wijeratne.

Under the direction of guest conductor Dinuk Wijeratne, the orchestra will perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 along with two
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Bluegrass Old Time Music Concert

Janet McGarry, Dunromin, Bluegrass Revival, and Wheatley River Band

Feb 7
BIS Hall

A whole lot of Bluegrass Pickin’ going on in Charlottetown.  

Several bands will be pickin’ out Bluegrass and Old Time music on the North River Road, Sunday, February 7, at 2 pm.

The Dunromin band is Harold Noye on mandolin, Marnie Noye on doghouse bass, Vans Bryant on guitar, and John Campbell on fiddle.

Janet
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International Development Week

Feb 7–13
Various locations

International Development Week takes place at UPEI in Charlottetown and at other Charlottetown venues from February 7 to 13, 2016.

As part of the activities non-governmental organizations (NGO) displays will be presented at Timothy’s World Coffee all week.

On February 9 from 1:00-4:30 pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, Room 207, a webinar and workshop will be presented by
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Sandi Hartling show

Sandi Hartling show
Things We Can Agree On, and Other Works of Fiction

Until Apr 10
Confederation Centre Art Gallery

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery will present a new solo museum exhibition by Charlottetown-based artist, Sandi Hartling. Titled Things We Can Agree On, and Other Works of Fiction, the show, consists of the latest body of work by Hartling. It will be on display until April 10, 2016.

Employing a
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On The Noticeboard

Win Credit Toward Tuition

Collège Acadie Î.-P.-É. invites students  interested in a college education to enter a contest for a chance to win a $2,000 credit toward tuit [ ... ]

Charlottetown Festival Launches Mamma Mi...

The Charlottetown Festival is announcing a special Valentine’s Day promotion to win a Mamma Mia! Party Night. The Festival is ho [ ... ]

Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games

The City of Summerside will host the 2016 Vogue Optical 55+ Winter Games from February 22-27 at Credit Union Place. Events will include: hockey, curli [ ... ]

Premiere Toastmasters Club

Communicate with Confidence The Toastmasters program will help you to develop your communication and leadership skills. Learn in a self-paced, friend [ ... ]

Island Nature Trust: Eagles, Hawks and O...

PEI’s wildlife includes an impressive number of winged predators—the eagles, hawks and owls—many of which are remarkably skilled at not being se [ ... ]

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Some Goings On

Preparations underway for Jack Frost Chi...

Charlottetown Event Grounds transforms into a Snow Kingdom Feb 19–21
rious locations Lief Stret [ ... ]

Ni’n na L’nu—The Mi’kmaq of Prince Edwar...

Until May
Acadian Museum Ni'n na L'nu Mi'kmaq beadworkIn November an exhibition on the history of th [ ... ]

The Danish Girl

Feb 19–23
ty Cinema 14A, nudity, sexual content
Dir: Tom Hopper, UK, 119 min. Eddie Redmayne, Ali [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival AGM

The TD PEI Jazz and Blues Festival AGM was held in Charlottetown on January 9, 2016. As a result, th [ ... ]

Band of Thieves

Talking Bands
by Darcy Cudmore From left to right: Corey Mackenzie, James Wright, Nathan Waite and [ ... ]

The United Way 50/50 winner

Debbie and Wilfred MacPherson of Orwell are the lucky winners of the United Way of PEI’s 50/5 [ ... ]