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Rotary Radio Bingo

The Rotary Club of Charlottetown's Rotary Radio Bingo is played Tuesdays at 7 pm on 95.1 FM CFCY. Fo [ ... ]

Better Together LGBTQ2+ Adult drop in

PEERS Alliance, in partnership with Holland College, UPEI, and Women's Network PEI will hold LGBTQ2+ [ ... ]

Dunstaffnage Ceilidh

First Sunday of each month

Dunstaffnage Community Centre hosts a ceilidh on the first Sunday of the month featuring the house band Roadmasters—Ivor Price, Wayne Diamond, Theo Wiegers and Dave Moore and guest performers. Lunch is served. Admission is at the door. 

Stratford Ceilidh

Second Sunday of each month 

Stratford Ceilidh is one of PEI’s longest continued ceilidhs. Enjoy an evening of fun and music on the second Sunday of each month at 7 pm. Local musicians perform. Donations go to Camp Gencheff. Ceilidhs take place at R.L. Cotton Centre, 57 Bunbury Rd, Stratford. 902-569-2732

Kelly’s Cross Ceilidhs

Third Sunday of the month 

Ceilidhs take place in Kelly’s Cross the third Sunday of the month at 7 pm. Local musicians perform. Lunch is served. It takes place at Kelly’s Cross Community Hall, 1475 Rte 13, Kelly’s Cross. 902-658-2877

Bonshaw Ceilidh

Last Sunday of each month

Monthly Ceilidh at Bonshaw Hall will be held October 28 from 2–4 pm. Performers will include guests Les Faux Pas (Acadian roots music), and others TBA, plus local musicians including Herb MacDonald, Phil Pineau and/or Tony the Troubador. Admission is by donation, with proceeds to the McKillop Centre for Social Justice. There’s a 50/50 draw, lunch, and open stage time. All ages welcome; accessible for small wheelchairs. 902-675-4093

Winsloe United Church Ceilidh

Every second Monday

Enjoy the music of the house band featuring Brian Knox, Heartz Godkin, Johnny Gallant and Judy Lowe with guests every second Monday at 7:30 pm (except Thanksgiving Day). Guests: October 22 are Keelin Wedge and Eddy Quinn along with host Dino Dunsford, Brian Knox, Heartz Godkin and Judy Lowe. Lunch will be served. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Winsloe United Church, 121 Winsloe Rd, Winsloe South. 902-368-1233

Stratford Lions Ceilidh

Third Tuesday of each month

The Stratford Lions Ceilidhs are held at 7 pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the Cotton Centre, 57 Bunbury Road, Stratford. Admission includes lunch. Info: Irma, 902-569-3956

Ceilidh in the City

Every Wednesday

Ceilidh in the City band

Ceilidh In the City takes place Wednesdays at 7:30 pm at Jack Blanchard Family Centre, 7 Pond St, Charlottetown. Hosts Kendall Docherty, Peter Burke, Brian Knox and Heartz Godkin and guests offer the best in fiddle, traditional Maritime music and storytelling. Lineup is: Niall MacKay, Jimi Platts and Gary Cudmore with guest appearance by Heather MacAulay (October 18, note this is Thursday), East Coast Kitchen Party with The Chaisson Trio—Kevin Chassion, Louise (Chaisson) MacKinnon, fiddler Rainie MacLennan (October 24), no ceilidh (October 31), A Night to Remember Veterans Tribute Show (November 7), Grand Finale guests TBA (November 14). Doors open at 6:30 pm. Canteen operated by Holy Redeemer. A 50/50 draw supports PEI charities. 569-1133, FB CeilidhInTheCity

BIS Ceilidh

Every Friday 

Benevolent Irish Society Ceilidhs take place each Friday at 8 pm at the Irish Cultural Centre, North River Rd, Charlottetown. Performing the best in Celtic and traditional music are: Fiddlers Sons’—Eddy Quinn, John B Webster and Keelin Wedge for last Ceilidh of the season (October 19).

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