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Workshop: Chronic Pain Management

The Arthritis Society’s Chronic Pain Management workshop takes place from 1 to 3 pm on September 2 [ ... ]

Knitting for mission

St Mary's Anglican Church in Summerside is starting a knitting group in which all items knit will be [ ... ]

Donate clothing for Diabetes

Not sure what to do with your old clothing? Donate your reusable clothing and cloth items to Diabetes Canada’s reusable goods donation program. Drop your bagged items in the red clothing donation bins available at several locations throughout PEI. Call 1-800-505-5525 to arrange a free household pickup or visit for info on the program and to find a drop box near you. Your

Speak–Easy Toastmasters

Speak–Easy Toastmasters meet the first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:00–8:15 pm at Community Connection, 701 Water Street West, Summerside. Sharpen your management skills by becoming a confident speaker, effective leader and better negotiator. Drop ins welcome. Info: Edith Hogan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Coffee Break® fundraiser

Coffee Break® is a fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society. Typically, a business or ­organization will serve coffee for employees or customers in return for a donation, though the fundraiser is not limited to just coffee. There are many options that can be explored including dress-down day, 50/50 draws, bake sales and raffles. You can also participate in Coffee Break® from your computer by

Milton Apple Social

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

Stratford Art Club

Fall Session with Artist in Residence and Island artist Tricia MacNeil Baldwin takes place Thursdays, 7–9 pm, from October 5–December 7 at Cotton Park Art Centre, 57 Bunbury Road (old Library Building). Pre-registration and payment is required. Participants must be adults 16 + years. Supplies will be required. Each month there will be a guest instructional artist. Online registration is available


PEI youth summit at Holland College

YDAY, PEI’s youth summit, takes place October 27 at Holland College in Charlottetown. Participants will develop youth-led solutions for issues raised at last year’s summit. Youth aged 16 to 34 are encouraged to register at by October 6.

Some themes raised from YDAY 2016 included: bridging the gap from education to secure employment;

Genealogical Society public meeting

The Genealogical Society will hold a public meeting from 2–4 pm on October 7 at Beaconsfield Carriage House, corner of Kent and West Streets in Charlottetown. The guest speaker will be Michael Conway, author of Home Plate, Blue Helmet...From Charlottetown to the Holy Land. Mike Conway’s popular presentations are informative and entertaining as he remembers the characters and families, and the

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

Coffey Talk with Chip Coffey

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada, internationally recognized psychic and star of A&E's hit show Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal and Paranormal State, Chip Coffey will travel coast to coast on his Coffey Talk tour. Chip will be at the Rodd Charlottetown, 75 Kent Street, on October 8 from 6–11 pm to talk about his personal life, paranormal stories, offer guidance about

Eye exam program

Through the Eye See . . . Eye Learn® program, children entering kindergarten can receive a free eye exam, and a free pair of eye glasses if needed. The program focuses on the prevention, early detection and management of eye and vision problems. Children entering or enrolled in kindergarten this year can take advantage of the Eye See…Eye Learn® program to June 30, 2018. Parents can call their own

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Some Upcoming Events

Benefit for Lennon and Sadie

October 15
Trinity United Church, Summerside A Benefit Concert will be held in aid of Lennon and Sad [ ... ]

Singfest PEI

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

Autumn Swing Festival

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

Recent News & Articles

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 [ ... ]