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Suggest a guest

This month The Buzz resumes its Guest Book column in which we invite someone from our PEI community  [ ... ]

Curl for Cancer fundraiser in Charlottet...

Join the 2017 Curl for Cancer for some fun curling and the opportunity to raise money to support the [ ... ]

LGBTQ+ Youth Group

LGBTQ+ Youth Group meets 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 meet peers, contribute to discussion, and participate in fun activities. Snacks and materials are provided. The group is facilitated by trained staff and volunteers.

Rotary Radio Bingo

Every Tuesday night on CFCY 95.1, the Rotary Club of Charlottetown plays Radio Bingo. Cards are available for purchase across Prince Edward Island at various outlets.

Mentors needed

Imagine a world with less bullying and more self-esteem. When a child has a mentor, their emotional, social and physical health can increase dramatically. Right now there are children waiting for someone to believe in them. Mentoring matters. Sign up to be a Big Brother, Big Sister, Big Couple or In-School Mentor. Info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript

PEI police participation request by UPEI student

UPEI Psychology Honours student, Brittany Cormier, under the supervision of Dr. Colleen MacQuarrie, seeks active and/or retired Island police officers for research on sexual and intimate partner violence. They are interested in understanding your perspectives surrounding the challenges of investigating sexual violence or intimate partner violence. You are invited to participate in confidential

Nature Conservancy photos

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is inviting nature lovers to enter a national online photo contest showcasing beautiful places across the country. The contest is called Places Worth Protecting. For every photo Canadians share, TELUS will donate five dollars to help NCC conserve land across Canada. In PEI, the NCC has helped conserve many special places such as the Conway and Cascumpec

Miltonvale Park community events

Events continue at Miltonvale Community Park (413 Sleepy Hollow Road) and Milton Community Hall (7 New Glasgow Road). For information or to RSVP, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 902-368-3090. Upcoming events:

Walking Group: Tuesday afternoon walking group at 3 pm at Miltonvale Community Park. Bring a reusable water bottle

PEI Symphony seeks musicians

As the Island’s community-based symphony orchestra, the PEI Symphony Orchestra welcomes inquiries/applications to join their musical ranks for the following positions: Violin (I and II), Viola, Violincello, Double Bass. Individuals should have demonstrated orchestral performance experience and familiarity with the classical repertoire. Submit brief resume and statements of interest to: This email

Lest We Forget

On display to December 1 is Lest We Forget, a historic outdoor exhibit to honour the sacrifice and service of those that defended our country. The exhibit includes a variety of historic photographs depicting the City of Charlottetown and its citizens during wartime. A selection of artefacts have also been included. This is the latest installment of the Picturing a City historic photo exhibit

Plum Pudding Fundraiser

Buy puddings to support Community Legal Information Association and the PEI Humane Society. Handmade from a traditional war-time family recipe, Pat Robinson’s famous plum puddings are vegetarian-friendly, low in fat and low in sugar. These puddings are the perfect way to end a holiday meal and make excellent last-minute gifts to keep on hand in the freezer. Each pudding is gift-wrapped with a

Christmas sequenced lights and music show

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

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Some Upcoming Events

2017 Symons Medal

Prestigious honour to be awarded to the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau November 23
Homburg Theatre  [ ... ]

UPEI Creative Writing Master Class readi...

November 20
UPEI The annual public reading by UPEI’s Creative Writing Master Class, will take plac [ ... ]

Back To Burgundy

November 17–25
City Cinema PG, language may offend
Dir: Cédric Klapisch, France, 114 min. Pio Marm [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Counting blessings

Profile: Adam Perry by Jane Ledwell By the time October arrives, Adam Perry’s seventeen-and-a-ha [ ... ]

Wapikoni: Cinema on Wheels

As part of Wapikoni Mobile’s first-ever coast-to-coast tour, Wapikoni: Cinema on Wheels will be st [ ... ]


Profile: Kelsea McLean by Jane Ledwell Students at Morell High School where choral leader Kelsea M [ ... ]