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The Charlottetown Toastmasters Breakfast Club can help you to eliminate filler words ("um" and "ah") [ ... ]

Veg It Up
September 22–30

September 22–30 Veg PEI will host Veg It Up PEI, a culinary challenge celebrating the best of PEI’s harvest and showcasing possibilities of gourmet, plant-based dining on the Island. Island chefs are being challenged to create a completely vegan dish to be sold at various restaurants and cafés across PEI. Head out across the Island and taste what our creative and talented chefs can do. Then vote for your favorite meal on their FB page. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Apple Fundraiser
September 22–October 28

The Stratford and area Lions Club will host their annual 9 inch deep dish apple pie and 10 pound bags of apples sale from September 22 to October 28. Open from 10 am to 5 pm, Wednesday to Saturday. Located at the corner of Mason Road and TCH in Stratford. Proceeds go towards community needs and the QEH Foundation.

Veg PEI Community Vegan Potluck
September 25, October 30, 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.

Toastmasters Breakfast Club
September 26 and October 10 & 24

Early morning breakfast meeting of Toastmasters takes place at Smitty’s Restaurant (private room) from 7:30–8:30 am, 449 University Ave, Charlottetown. Come listen to interesting speeches, enjoy some food, make new friends and step outside of your comfort zone in a fun and supportive environment. 902-626-3798

Milton Apple Social
October 5

It is fall dessert season at the Milton Community Hall. From apple to zucchini, enjoy tasty desserts on Thursday evening, October 5, from 6 to 7:30 pm. Admission at the door. Pre-schoolers eat for free. Info: 902-566-3154, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Milton Community Hall is located at 7 New Glasgow Road in North Milton.

Atlantic Breeders Crown Banquet
October 7

The Host Committee of the 2017 Atlantic Breeders Crown will again recognize Atlantic harness racing families for their long-term contribution to the horse racing industry. One family meeting the criteria will be selected from each of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Awards sponsored by the Province of Prince Edward Island will be presented as part of the Atlantic Breeders Crown Banquet on October 7 at the Top Of The Park, Red Shores Charlottetown.

Community Dessert Party
October 14

Celebrate the bicentenary (200th year) of the birth of Baha’u’llah at the Town of Cornwall Municipal building, 39 Lowther Drive, from 2–4 pm on October 14. Dessert, quotes from Baha’u’llah, and beliefs of the unification of all world religions from the Baha’i perspective will be offered. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

Gala Dinner and Auction
October 19

Spring Park United Church is holding their 4th Annual Gala Dinner and Auction October 19 in the Georgian Room at the Rodd Charlottetown, 75 Kent Street. There will be a reception at 5:30 pm followed by a 3–course dinner. The theme this year is "The Governor's 1867 Autumn Event." Tickets are available by calling Jerry at 902-892-7807 or the Church office at 902-368-1822.

Step Up to the Plate
October 24

The PEI Food Exchange invites you to Step Up to the Plate, their annual fundraising event held 5–8:30 pm on October 24 at the Farm Centre, 420 University Ave, Charlottetown. The evening will feature a locally-sourced vegetarian-friendly dinner prepared by Chef Emily Wells, an ‘appy’ hour, silent and live auctions, and plenty more. Tickets for the dinner can be purchased from event organizers or at select locations in Charlottetown. Visit Food Exchange PEI on Facebook or call Shannon at 902-213-7298 for more information.

Kirk Ceilidh
October 28

The annual fall fair and luncheon, known as the Kirk Ceilidh, will be held from 10 am–1 pm on October 28 at St James Presbyterian Church, located on the corner of Fitzroy and Pownal Streets, Charlottetown. Admission to the sale upstairs is free and includes a bake table, deli table, handcrafted items, a treasures/re-gifting table, used books, plants and dried flowers, jewelry and more. The eat-in luncheon will take place downstairs and includes fish or clam chowder, a biscuit, tea or coffee and dessert for $13. Diners may also choose a gluten-free vegetarian soup. Funds raised go to upkeep at historical St. James Presbyterian Church and its community programs. Advance tickets/info: 902-892-2839, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Nichola Goddard Foundation fundraising dinner
November 18

The 9th annual Nichola Goddard Foundation fundraising dinner will be held from 6–9:30 pm on November 18 at the APM Centre in Cornwall. Political journalist Chantal Hébert will be the guest speaker. Chef Tyler Gallant of Stanley Bridge and many volunteers will provide the meal. There will be a silent auction, raffle, guessing games, and more. Tickets can be purchased online at or by cheque made payable to the Nichola Goddard Foundation and mailed to 45 Parkside Drive, Charlottetown, PE, C1E1N1. A tax deductible receipt for $90 will be provided for each ticket purchased. Should you require an invoice or further information, please contact Sally Goddard. Consider buying a ticket even if you are unable to attend as they will find someone to fill the seat. To date, the Nichola Goddard Foundation has endowed two university scholarships (at UPEI and the University of Calgary), has contributed to a heart rate monitor at the Atlantic Veterinary College, and has provided access to solar powered lights in clinics and birthing centres for over 1.5 million people in Papua New Guinea. Tickets/info: Sally Goddard, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Swinging Belles

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