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UPEI Climate Lab seminar series

The Honourable David MacDonald to lead discussions Join the Honourable David MacDonald as he leads  [ ... ]

Murder Mystery at Crowbush

Murder Mystery at Crowbush on August 26 at 8 pm promises to be a unique evening of intrigue, revenge [ ... ]

Island History Sunday Brunch Series

The Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead is hosting an Island History Sunday Brunch Series from 11:00 am–1:30 pm at the Homestead. Brunch, to be served at 11 am, will feature local produce from the Homestead’s own garden, and will be followed by an informal talk on selected aspects of Island history. The new series is a part of the Homestead’s 2017 Fundraising Campaign; speakers are generously

ICMP Family Fun Day

The International Children’s Memorial Place will host their Annual ICMP Family Fun Day on July 30 from 1–4 pm at the ICMP site, 2115 Scales Pond Road, South Freetown, PE. Rain date is Saturday, August 5. This free event is open to the public. On site will be food and musical entertainment, face painting, rubber ducky races, and many family-friendly fun activities for all ages. Explore the beautiful property. Everyone is welcome. 

Green Gables Heritage Place

As Canadians mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation this year, it is also time to celebrate the 100th anniversary of national historic sites in Canada.  

Parks Canada offers visitors 171 remarkable and inspiring places where they can explore our nation’s history and heritage. This year’s free 2017 Discovery Pass allows Canadians and international visitors alike to visit Parks


FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE is a new gathering focusing on nomadic and temporary elements of contemporary artist-run culture in Atlantic Canada. From September 21 to 24, 2017 participants from around the world will work alongside regional artists and practitioners to re-imagine artist-run culture in a series of public exhibitions, events and discussions in and around Charlottetown. Early bird registration

Veg PEI community vegan potluck

If you are a vegan or vegan-curious, join fellow Islanders at Veg PEI’s monthly community potluck at 7 pm at Trinity United Church, 220 Richmond Street, Charlottetown. If you’d like to share a dish, remember that all dishes must be vegan—so absolutely no meat, fish, seafood, dairy, eggs, or honey. Please bring your own plate/bowl, utensils, napkins, drinks, etc. This cuts down on waste

Island Rock Camps

Island Rock Camps
Andrew Waite teams up with School of Performing Arts

Holland College School of Performing Arts (SoPA) is partnering with Andrew Waite to present three one-week Island Rock Camps for music students ages 9–18 on the college’s Prince of Wales Campus this summer.

The day camps give participants the opportunity to perform with others, explained Waite.

“One of the things that can be missing in formal

Water conservation project

Winter River–Tracadie Bay Watershed Association is looking for approximately 50 homeowners or small business owners in Charlottetown with installed water meters, who are interested in water conservation. Water-saving devices will be available to eligible participants for a nominal fee, thanks to project funding by Environment and Climate Change Canada. Eligible participants accepted into the Water

Lady Singers of the Century

Lady Singers of the Century

The Lady Singers of the Century are back for another year of music and have been asked to perform their show in many parts of PEI. The hosts of their show are Judy MacGregor and Joan Reeves presenting Tanya Tucker; Jolee Patkai presenting Loretta Lynn; Keila Glydon presenting Patsy Cline and Colleen MacPhee presenting Rita MacNeil. Band members are Judy Lowe on keys, Brian Knox drums, Heartz

What Does Canada 150 Mean?

The Community Museum Association of PEI invites you to partake in their “What Does Canada 150 Mean to You” project this summer. The project is an Island wide event taking place at various community museums from June-August. Each museum will have a display with five artifacts that celebrate the history of Canada. In empty labels provided, you get to determine why you think each artifact was

Macphail offers School of Woodland Ecology

Macphail Ecological Woods Forestry Project offers a School of Woodland Ecology. It teaches in-depth courses for adults on a variety of topics from native botany to woodlot management to ecological bushcraft camping.

Students are taught to recognize keystone patterns whether in a flower or a forest. This time-tested approach works for students of every age and level of understanding. Instructors

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Some Upcoming Events

Wake the River Clyde

Summer Pageant seeks people to participate July 29–30 & August 4–6
New Glasgow The River Cl [ ... ]

Island Fringe Festival: If I Were Me... ...

August 3–6
Rochford Square Award-winning writer and performer Pamela Ziemann plays 12 characters o [ ... ]

Pride PEI Presents: Drake Jensen

July 25
The Pourhouse Pride PEI Presents: critically acclaimed country music recording artist and eq [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Best medicine

Profile: Raymond Arsenault by Jane Ledwell "I really believe that saying, ‘Laughter is the best  [ ... ]

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. [ ... ]