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Biz 2 Biz Expo

The annual Biz 2 Biz Expo is Atlantic Canada’s premiere business to business showcase and networki [ ... ]

Speak–Easy Toastmasters

Speak–Easy Toastmasters meet the first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:00–8:15 pm a [ ... ]

PEI Symphony seeks musicians

The PEI Symphony Orchestra welcomes inquiries/applications to join their musical ranks for the following positions: Violin (I and II), Viola, Violincello, Double Bass. Individuals should have demonstrated orchestral performance experience and familiarity with the classical repertoire. Submit brief resume and statements of interest to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need

Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club

The Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club can help you to eliminate filler words ("um" and "ah") which will help you to become a more confident and polished speaker. The non-profit organization has been helping people become better communicators and leaders since 1924. Guests and new members welcome. Listen to speeches, enjoy some food, make new friends and step outside of your comfort zone in

Wheatley River Community Hall

The future of the Wheatley River Community Hall (WRCH) is unclear. Therefore the Wheatley River Women’s Institute (WRWI) is seeking proposals from energetic people who are willing to bring the WRCH alive again. It can be a proposal for the renting or buying the WRCH from the WRWI. Proposals are being accepted to October 11. Send all serious proposals to the Secretary of the WRWI: Xandra van der

Pardon Me, What Did you Say?

A Guide to Navigating in the Hard of Hearing World

Pardon Me, What Did You Say?—A Guide to Navigating in the Hard of Hearing World is a project of the PEI Chapter of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA PEI) that aims to foster wider engagement in the community for those seniors and others who are hard of hearing.

Members of CHHA PEI have compiled a large print booklet that will be a

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..


Parks Canada this fall

There’s still time to take advantage of the free Discovery pass and explore PEI Parks Canada sites.

Green Gables Heritage Place remains open daily from 9 am to 5 pm to October 31. House, grounds, trails and gardens are all accessible and the site continues to provide visitor experience opportunities through its ongoing redevelopment project.

A Story of Confederation

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

Horror at the Corner Presents: The All Hallows Academy for the Magically Gifted

We know you've fantasized about receiving that letter from a certain famous school of witchcraft and wizardry across the pond, but did you know there was a school like that right here on Prince Edward Island? The faculty at the All Hallows Academy for the Magically Gifted (or AHA for short) are getting ready for another spooktacular school year, and they want you to enroll.  


RePurpose for a Purpose: Design Challenge Gala

RePurpose for a Purpose: Design Challenge Gala will be held at the Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street, Charlottetown, on October 14 at 7 pm. Teams of designers, working with materials from Habitat for Humanity PEI's ReStore, will repurpose well-loved items into new masterpieces right before your eyes. Mingle with friends, munch on appetizers and watch as used, worn out furniture is given new

Parks animal restriction

In order to provide a safe environment for visitors and to protect wildlife and their habitats, domestic animals — including dogs, cats and horses — are not permitted on the beaches of PEI National Park from April 1 to October 15, 2017. 

The presence of domestic animals on beaches can disrupt wildlife, such as young animals and birds, including the breeding activity of the endangered Piping

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Some Upcoming Events

One Common Purpose

Photographs by Paul Vreeland at Brackley Beach Gallery Opening October 14
Brackley Beach Gallery Fi [ ... ]

Tribute to Elvis

October 5
Confederation Centre of the Arts Paquette Productions presents A Tribute to Elvis in Conce [ ... ]

Silver Donald Cameron presents book sign...

October 2
TBA Silver Donald Cameron will visit PEI to present a film screening and book signing in C [ ... ]

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Fiddler’s dream

Profile: Gary Chipman by Jane Ledwell "Listening to (Don Messer and his Islanders as a kid, I was  [ ... ]

Chas Mike Pete

Monday Night Concert at Victoria Playhouse Chas, Mike and Pete are old friends getting back togethe [ ... ]

Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™ Commem...

The Confederation Centre of the Arts will be commemorating the 2500th showing of Anne of Green Gable [ ... ]