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Life Drawing

Spend 2 hours doing life drawing with a live nude model on Sundays from 2–4 pm at the Art Centre i [ ... ]

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UPEI Psychology Honours student, Brittany Cormier, under the supervision of Dr. Colleen MacQua [ ... ]

Lively Songs for Little People
Tuesdays and Thursdays

The Musicman’s casual drop-in shows continue to the end of May. At a small family-friendly rate, the weekly presentations include movement, song, dance, and humour. Each Tuesday the gathering point is a new location this year, the upstairs Food Court in the Confederation Mall downtown Charlottetown. Showtime is 10:45–11:20 am. On Thursdays families come to the Stratford Gym from 10:45 am–11:20 am.  The show is called Lively Songs for Little People and has been an ongoing opportunity for young children’s and family’s initial social interactions. 

Festive Wreath Contest & Exhibition
November 19

It’s time for the annual Friends of Confederation Centre Festive Wreath Exhibition. Show off your creative side and have some fun. All are welcome to participate. Bring your entry to Confederation Centre in Charlottetown on November 19 from 12 to 2 pm. Wreaths are on display to mid-December. Categories: are Traditional, Children’s Solo, Children’s Group, The Dunes: Off The Wall, Green Living (recycled material) and Adult Group/Business. Info: 628-6141, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

National Child Day Parade
November 20

The National Child Day Parade is organized each year in collaboration with the Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture and the Early Childhood Development Association. The Charlottetown parade will begin at 10 am sharp in front of the Rodd Charlottetown Hotel. It runs up Kent Street, turns right onto Great George Street and ends at Province House. Everyone invited. 

Gary’s Christmas sequenced lights and music show
December 1–31 (times vary)

Gary’s Christmas sequenced lights and music show begins their 5th season in December at 19 Campbell Road, Johnston’s River. Gary promises this year will be bigger and better than ever with new songs, new lights and even singing trees. Sit back in your car and tune in to 90.1 FM to listen and watch the show. Running nightly from December 1–31 (Sunday–Thursday from 5:30–10:00 pm and Friday–Saturday from 5:30–11:00 pm). Bring your family and friends to enjoy the show free of charge. Donations in aid of Santa’s Angels are gratefully accepted. Santa’s Angels is a 100% volunteer-based group that provides a surprise Christmas morning to families in the Charlottetown area that are not able to provide Christmas gifts and food for their children. Info:, Gary Woodhouse, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-314-1979

Drive Thru Living Nativity
December 8–10

The 7th annual Drive Thru Living Nativity will take place at the farm of Chyrs and Doreen Jenkins at 6452 Route 19 in Canoe Cove from December 8–10, 5:30–8:30 pm. Bring your family and friends to see baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph, shepherds, kings, angels and live animals along with a choir singing Christmas songs. There will be a large display of Christmas lights and decorations. Freewill donations will be collected for the Children's Wish Foundation and Santa's Angels.

Bubbles and Bells
Every Wednesday to December 13

Linkletter music school, and The Guild present Bubbles and BellsBubbles and Bells is interactive theatre for children four weeks old to four-year-olds. There will be fun stimulation, and lots of bubbles. This is a pay what you can at the door event. 

LGBTQ+ Youth Group

LGBTQ+ Youth Group meets on the last Tuesday of the month from 6–8 pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond St, Charlottetown. It’s open to all youth 18 and under. Allies are welcome. Come to meet peers, contribute to discussion, and participate in fun activities. Snacks and materials are provided. The group is facilitated by trained staff and volunteers.

Mental health resources at home

Mental health resources for children and youth are helping Island families from the comfort of their own homes. The online programming and telehealth services of the Strongest Families partnership have no wait times and fit families’ schedules, eliminating the need to travel, take time off work or school, or change normal routines. Over the past year, they have helped more than 130 families with children and youth ages 3 to 17 who experience behaviour, anxiety, and/or nighttime bedwetting problems. Families can be referred to the Strongest Families programs through their primary care provider or community mental health services by calling 1-866-833-5443. There are currently three programs offered: Behaviour program (for ages 3 to 12); Anxiety program (for ages 6 to 17); Nighttime bedwetting (for ages 5 to 12). Participants receive written materials and skill-demonstration videos (via handbooks or delivered by smart-website technology) as well as weekly telephone support from a coach. On PEI, the program represents an investment of $100,000 annually, funded from within Health PEI’s Mental Health and Addictions division. 

Be a Big Brother/Big Sister

Make a difference with Big Brothers Big Sisters. Pass your wisdom, knowledge and experience on. Be a Big Brother, Big Sister, Big Couple or an In-School Mentor. Making a difference in the life of a child is easier than you think. Info: 569-KIDS (1-877-411-3729), This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or

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