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Talks at Keir Memorial Museum, Malpeque

The Malpeque Historical Society at Keir Memorial Museum invites you to the 18th consecutive year of  [ ... ]

Angus MacLean Award

Island Nature Trust is seeking nominations for the 2017 Hon. J. Angus MacLean Natural Areas Award. I [ ... ]

Hillsborough River Gospel Brunches
Sundays

Hillsborough River Gospel Brunches at Trailside Café and Inn, Mount Stewart, run each Sunday between 10 am–2 pm until the end of August. The Grace Notes and The Brunch Prophets perform. Mount Stewart. 

Strawberry Social for Socialist Women
July 21

The Women’s Committee of the New Democratic Party of PEI invites women from across the Island to a Strawberry Social. Leah Jane Hayward, Committee coordinator says, “Women are a strong voice on the Island and the NDP wants your thoughts, issues and ideas as we grow our progressive party based on feminist principles.” The Social will be held at 72 Walthen Dr, Charlottetown July 21 at 5 pm. Info: Leah Jane, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bonshaw Tea 150
July 23

Bonshaw Hall is 150 years old. The building was constructed as a Presbyterian Church, and opened in 1867. In 1925 it became a United Church of Canada. Since 2008 the building has been owned by the Bonshaw Hall Co-op, and used as a community hall and gathering place. The original Church construction ended with a debt—and to raise funds to pay that off, the members of the congregation organized the famous Bonshaw Tea, held July 18, 1867. People came from far and wide. A distinguished party from Charlottetown sailed up the West River, on the steamer Heather Belle—and got as far as the Bridge in Bonshaw. They had a brass band on board. Back in Bonshaw, a large crowd of people had assembled. Music was provided by the Queen Square Church Choir, the brass band, and a bagpiper. At the end of the day, the grand sum of 60 pounds was raised. And now—the Bonshaw Hall Co-op intends to commemorate that occasion with the Bonshaw Tea 150, incorporating many of the features of the original event. It takes place July 23 at 2 pm at Bonshaw Hall. After a program of music, including a fanfare on trumpet and choral music contemporaneous to the 1860s, sung by the choir Coro Dolce, there will be a period of reminiscence and story. At 3 pm, a piper will lead the “congregation” up to the Bonshaw Community Centre next door, where the Picnic itself will be celebrated, outside if the weather is fine, indoors if not. The fare will roughly replicate that of the original 1867 Picnic, including ginger beer. All are welcome. 

Home Economics Garden Party
July 26

Join members of PEI Home Economics Association July 26 at 6 pm for an evening of socializing in the garden. The Garden Party is open to all home economists (even non-members), registered dietitians, and people in related disciplines. Come and enjoy the flowers. Bring a snack to share if you wish. Raindate is July 27. It takes place at Katie’s garden, 131 Summer St, Summerside. Info: Margaret Prouse, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-566-4217

Veg PEI Community Vegan Potluck
July 31 (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. Julain Molnar will sell her Fresh Start Fauxmage Dairy-Free Goodness Cheese. Info: VEG PEI on Facebook, 902-892-4114

Fortune Community Centre fundraiser with Chef Michael Smith
August 10

Join Chef Michael Smith for an interactive immersive foodie fundraiser in support of the Fortune Community Centre. Not really a dinner but bring your appetite. Mussels, oysters and feast bread plus Chef Michael's entertaining programming. The event takes place August 10 at Fortune Community Centre, 220 Fortune Wharf Road, Fortune Bridge. VIP reception from 6–7 pm. General admission from 7–9 pm. Tickets/info: 902-687-2891, fortunecommunitycentre.com/chef-michael-smith.htmlThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Arts in Motion

Chautauqua Festival in Summerside July 24–29
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Confederation Players

2017 Youth Heritage Troupe enacts historic vignettes Tuesday–Saturday
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64th Annual Crapaud Exhibition 2017

Schedule of events July 28–30
Crapaud Agriplex and Exhibition Grounds The 64th Annual Crapaud Exh [ ... ]

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Building Brighter Futures Campaign

PEI Family Violence Prevention Services (PEI FVPS) launched a Building Brighter Futures Campaign ear [ ... ]

Libraries end overdue fines for children...

Island families will no longer have to pay fines on overdue children’s materials beginning June 1. [ ... ]