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Wheatley River Community Hall

The future of the Wheatley River Community Hall (WRCH) is unclear. Therefore the Wheatley River Wome [ ... ]

Veg PEI community vegan potluck

If you are a vegan or vegan-curious, join fellow Islanders at Veg PEI’s monthly community potluck  [ ... ]

Water restriction in place

The City of Charlottetown's Water and Sewer Utility Department reminds the public that seasonal water use restrictions are in effect as of June 1 and continue until September 30, 2017.

The City’s seasonal water restrictions are mandatory and allow for outdoor watering only in the early morning and evening hours. The hosing off of driveways and other hard surfaces is prohibited under the seasonal

A Course in Miracles

Every Friday evening at 6 pm a group meets for an in depth study and discussion of the text “A Course in Miracles” at 22 Garfield St, Charlottetown. Contact Jimmy for more information at 902-566-1859 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Orange Shirt Day September 29

UPEI’s Faculty of Education, working in conjunction with the PEI Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture, will honour Orange Shirt Day on September 29. Orange Shirt Day is an annual day of commemoration to continue the discussion about residential schools and their impacts.

Orange Shirt Day is named for an event in the life of Phyllis Webstad, a residential school survivor who had her

Amabilè seeks new members

Amabilè (Ah-mah-beel-ay) is a SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) choir of approximately 20 members. It was created by Ruth Ann Read Clay and built over several years to a high level of quality. It is now under the direction of Sara Campbell, with Andrea Ellis as accompanist. Sara describes the nature of the chorus as “competent and committed, and challenging itself to ongoing development.” The

Michael Thomas Race Day

The 3rd Annual Michael Thomas Race Day will be held in Stratford on September 30. The event will consist of a 5 km Fun Run and Walk, as well as a 10-mile (16 km) race. 

Michael Thomas specialized in the 10-miler; winning the Charlottetown Patriot 10–mile race in 1909, 1910 and 1911, as well as the Halifax Herald–Mail 10 Mile Road Race in 1910, 1911 and 1912. Thomas finished 26th in the

Nominate volunteers

Voluntary Resource Council (VRC) of PEI is inviting nominations for the 6th annual Outstanding Volunteer Awards. The work of the VRC is to support and build capacity amongst voluntary organizations in PEI. Non-profit organizations and associations in PEI are invited to nominate an outstanding volunteer for recognition. The selected outstanding volunteers will be recognized at the VRC’s annual

HC hosts professional development day for graphic designers

September 30
Holland College

Holland College’s Graphic Design program is hosting a professional development day for graphic designers and creatives from around the region on September 30, on the Prince of Wales Campus in Charlottetown.

DotGain participants will meet talented, award-winning designers, connect with the local and regional graphic design community, find out more about emerging trends

Definitely Not The Symphony

Definitely Not The Symphony (DNTS) is a community orchestra currently numbering more than 30 amateur musicians with various skill levels. Led by two conductors, Liam Payne and Jan Gomersall, the orchestra has grown, matured and evolved since its humble beginnings 8 years ago. Its large music repertoire includes a broad selection of styles from traditionally “classical” composers to Broadway shows

Squash PEI news

Squash PEI are hosting a World Squash Day celebration at the Spa in the Charlottetown Mall on September 30 from 1–4 pm. Admission to the courts is free. This will be an opportunity to register for the season. Registration includes the programs at the Spa, the League, and for the first tournament. Get on court 1 with a champ for a work–out with cardio squash. On court 2 there will be

Get Hooked on Hooking

Join the ever increasing ranks of rug hookers with a free introductory workshop on October 1 from 1–3 pm at Eptek Centre. Designed for beginners with all materials provided, this two-hour activity will teach you the basics and get you hooked on hooking. It is open to individuals 12 years and up. Seats are limited. Pre-registration is required. Call 902-888-8373 or email This email address is being

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Some Upcoming Events

Public Presentation by Todd Leader

Ensuring the future health of our children & grandchildren… it takes a village November 2
Iris [ ... ]

Autumn Swing Festival

Dances and concerts with Island and international fiddlers Select dates
Irish Cultural Centre (BIS H [ ... ]

Singfest PEI

New community festival promotes singing together October 15–21
Various locations SingFest PEI is  [ ... ]

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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 [ ... ]