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Island Rock Camp

Five camps available this summer for young musicians Island Rock Camps and Holland College’s Scho [ ... ]

Dr. Tim Ogilvie AVC Vet Camp

Come to the Atlantic Veterinary College this summer for an interactive, fun, and engaging venture in [ ... ]

The Great Backyard Bird Count

The 21st Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) will take place February 16 to 19 — in backyards, parks, nature centres, on hiking trails, school grounds, balconies, and beaches. This global event provides an opportunity for bird enthusiasts to report important bird sightings to help scientists see changes over the past 21 years. To participate, birdwatchers count the birds they see for at

WinterLove PEI

An initiative of Fusion Charlottetown, WinterLove PEI runs from February 1–28 and includes all sorts of activities and parties for all ages, from curling to a dance party on ice and snoga, which involves doing yoga in the snow. WinterLove PEI offers something to get you outside, active and social.

Upcoming WinterLove PEI events include:

WinterLove Snoga session on February 16 at 12 pm (noon) in

Psychology month

Presentations at Confederation Centre Public Library

February is Psychology Month, and the Psychological Association of Prince Edward Island has teamed up with Confederation Centre Public Library to present a series of talks dealing with various psychological issues.

Upcoming presentations are: Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion, February 17 at 2 pm with Dr. Christine Beck; Breathing

The Mobile Makery

The Mobile Makery will be hosting two upcoming workshops at bar1911 (113 Longworth Ave, Charlottetown). 

At the Upcycled Crochet Basket workshop on February 18 from 1–4 pm. Laura Waddell of Louis & Jane will show participants how to use quality vintage or upcycled fabric to crochet their own versatile 6" basket that can be used for any purpose and because they are linen, the baskets

February is Heart Month

Celebrate Heart Month with the Western Capitals. Summerside Western Capitals go up against the St. Stephen Aces at 2 pm on Monday, February 19 at Credit Union Place, Summerside, and Heart & Stroke PEI volunteers and staff will be on hand in celebration of Heart Month on the Island. Fans can support the work of Heart & Stroke during a fundraiser and will receive info on how to reduce the


#ChooseSummerside, an initiative of the Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce is capturing the excitement of the winter Olympics. They are asking local businesses to get into the spirit by decorating storefronts and offices, encouraging staff and customers to wear red and white. Local businesses are encouraged to promote #SmallCityBigFans on their social media channels, e-newsletters and signage

Milton Community Hall events

Upcoming events at Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, Rte 224, include:

Fitness for 50+ | Mondays & Fridays

Exercise Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays from 9–10 am. Cost $3. Join certified fitness professional Angelie Carter in classes where the focus is on flexibility and balance. Exercise and yoga classes are cancelled on days when there is a school delay or closure due to

Queens County Music Festival

The 2018 Queens County Music Festival will take place April 23–May 4 at select locations in Charlottetown including Park Royal United Church, Spring Park United Church, and UPEI's Steel Recital Hall. Deadline for entries is February 20, 2018. For more information or to submit your entry, visit Volunteer and donor support are welcome. Info: Sue Irvine, 902-892-3311

VRC Symposium

Seniors Promoting Mental Health Balance

The Voluntary Resource Council (VRC) is presenting a community symposium as part of its 2017-18 project called Seniors Promoting Mental Health Balance. 

The purpose of the symposium, entitled Promoting Mental Health in Seniors: Challenges and Strategies, is to engage the wider community in developing effective ways to promote seniors’ mental health.

Charlottetown Heritage Day awards

The City of Charlottetown invites the public to participate in celebrating Heritage Day on February 20. The event will include the unveiling of an exhibit celebrating the history of Charlottetown’s energy and innovation and an awards ceremony to honour individuals or organizations in the community who have worked hard to preserve and celebrate municipal heritage.

The Heritage Awards take place on

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Some Upcoming Events

QEH fundraisers

3rd Annual QEH Fundraising Concert Series  February 25
Select locations  The next Februar [ ... ]

Black Umfolosi at PEI Brewing Company

March 2
PEI Brewing Company One of the top vocal groups from Africa is coming back to Charlottetown  [ ... ]

H’Sao from Chad

African a capella group comes to The Mack February 21
The Mack Montréal-based band from Chad, H’ [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

School Break

Profile: Nikkie Gallant by Jane Ledwell Nikkie Gallant had been out of school for ten years when s [ ... ]

PEI Book Award nominations

Island authors, editors, and book producers are encouraged to apply for a PEI Book Award before Janu [ ... ]

New leadership

Small Halls Inc. celebrates 10th anniversary  Small Halls Inc., the well-known arts organizati [ ... ]