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Is Charity Enough

The Latin American Mission Program invites Islanders to an interactive Community Forum entitled Is C [ ... ]

Aboriginal Awareness Week BBQ's

Join the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI at their annual Aboriginal Awareness Week BBQ's: Abegweit,& [ ... ]

Fundraising dinner at Sadat's

Reserve by April 26
Dinner April 28

Taste the exotic East for a good cause at a special dinner to raise funds to support the immigration of a refugee couple coming to PEI from Afghanistan. On April 28, from 6–8 pm, enjoy a multi-course meal of your choice of lamb, chicken, beef or vegetarian. Two thirds of the cost will go directly to the refugee-support fund. Please call 902-367-6631 or 902-213-7420 by April 26 to reserve a time and your meal-choice. Rob Thomson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

RCAFA 201 (Confederation) Wing Social

April 27

Royal Canadian Air Force Association 201 (Confederation) Wing Charlottetown will host their next 201 Wing Social April 27 from 8–11 pm at Malcolm Darrah Community Centre, 1 Avonlea Drive, East Royalty. Music will be provided for your dancing pleasure and a light lunch will be served with tea/coffee. Bar service available. Everyone welcome. Info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-367-0450 

Annual Spring Fish Bake

April 27

The Annual Spring Fish Bake will be held April 27 at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Centre, Stratford. Menu includes: 6 oz. portion of haddock, mashed potatoes, vegetables, roll, tea, coffee, dessert. Serving from will be from 4:30–6:00 pm. Take-outs are available. Tickets are available in advance only at Assumption Church office and after weekend Masses or by calling Joseph Hébert at 902-569-2762 or Mary MacLean at 902-569-4308. Event is co-sponsored by Assumption Councils of the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women’s League. Proceeds support local charities.

Down Memory Lane High Tea

April 28 (2 shows)

Down Memory Lane High Tea & Past Fashions from the Donna Young Collection will be held April 28 from 10 am–12 noon and at 2 pm (sold out) at Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Rd, Rte 224, North Milton. It will feature fashions mostly from the 1950s–1980s, as well as refreshments. Tickets: 902-566-3154, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact a local WI member. This is a fundraiser for North Milton Women’s Institute projects.

Porridge for Parkinsons

April 28

The annual Porridge for Parkinsons breakfast takes place April 28 from 8:30–11:00 am at Jack Blanchard Hall, 7 Pond St, Charlottetown. Menu is steel cut oats, toppings, home baked muffins, toast, coffee/tea and juices. There will be a 50/50 draw, door prizes, kidzone and tulip sales. Admission is by donation. Proceeds supporting Islanders living with Parkinsons.

St. John’s Lodge Brunch

April 28

St. John’s Lodge will host a breakfast/brunch at the Masonic Lodge at 204 Hillsborough St, Charlottetown, on April 28 from 10 am–12 noon. Enjoy pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, juice, coffee or tea. Tickets are available at the door. Info: Peter Love, 902-628-8477, or Feras Arnaout, 902-316-1112

Tracadie Players Dinner Theatre

April 28

Tracadie Players will host a dinner theatre from 5:30–9:00 pm on April 28 at New London Community Complex, 10227 Rte 6, RR #6. A homecooked meal will be served. Call to reserve your tickets at 902-886-2599 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tracadie Lions Pancake Brunch

April 29

The Tracadie Lions Club will host a pancake brunch April 29 from 10 am–12 noon at the Tracadie Community Centre. Proceeds go to the QEH/Eastlink Telethon. Tickets are available at the door by cash or debit. 

Vegan Community Potluck

Last Monday of each month

If you are vegan or vegan-curious, you are welcome to join fellow Islanders at Veg PEI’s monthly community potluck at 7 pm on the last Monday of the month at the Haviland Club, 2 Haviland Street, Charlottetown. If you’d like to share a dish, remember that all dishes must be vegan—so absolutely no meat, fish, seafood, dairy, eggs or honey. Please bring your own plate/bowl, utensils, napkins, drinks etc. to cut down on waste and clean-up. Bring a serving utensil for your dish and a list of ingredients that you used to make it. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Meal begins at 7 pm. Admission is a $2 minimum donation if you are bringing a dish and a $7 minimum donation if you are not bringing a dish. Upcoming potlucks: April 30, May 28, June 25, July 30, August 27, September 24, October 29, and November 26.

Lobster take out

Purchase tickets by May 2 
Pick up May 6

Kick off the opening of lobster season with a take out lobster supper from Milton Community Hall. Meals include homemade potato salad, jellied salad, coleslaw, a roll, cucumber and tomato slices, and your choice of carrot cake or another option (to be determined). Orders can be picked up on May 6 between 3–6 pm at Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, Route 224, North Milton. Please purchase your tickets in advance by May 2 at 902-566-3154 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annual Cooked Lobster Sale

May 3–June 16

The Stratford and Area Lions Club annual cooked lobster sale takes place (pending sell out) each Thursday (1–6 pm), Friday (10 am–6 pm), and Saturday (10 am–3 pm) from May 3 to June 16 at the corner of Mason Road and TCH in Stratford. All funds raised go to QEH & IWK telethons and to meet community needs. 902-569-3389 

Evening of the Stars

May 16

Stars for Life Foundation for Autism presents their annual Evening of the Stars on May 16 at Rodd Royalty Inn, Charlottetown. The evening begins with cocktails, followed by a gourmet dinner, musical entertainment, and a variety of auction items to entice you throughout the evening. Funds raised go toward establishing a Resource Centre and home for young people with autism spectrum disorders on PEI. Info: 902-894-9286, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Junior Achievement Dinner

May 23

Junior Achievement of PEI has announced that Ian Hanomansing, host of CBC’s The National, will act as narrator for the 2018 Business Hall of Fame Gala and CBC’s Compass host, Louise Martin, will act as host for the evening’s festivities as four outstanding business leaders are recognized. The 2018 Inductees into the PEI Business Hall of Fame are: Jason Aspin, Entrepreneur In The PEI Technology And Marine Industries; Michael F. Cassidy, Excellence In Business And Community Leadership; and Rita and Angus MacCormack, Entrepreneurs In The PEI Real Estate & Construction Industry. The Gala Dinner will be held May 23 at the Delta Hotels by Marriot Prince Edward in Charlottetown. Tickets: 902-892-6066, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Festival of Wines

May 24

Prestige is the Island’s new, exclusive fine wine tasting experience, taking place on May 24 as the kick off event to The Festival of Wines at the Eastlink Centre, Charlottetown. Guests are invited to indulge in exceptional wines and interact with winemakers, winery staff and agents in an intimate atmosphere. Sample from over 325 wines from the world’s most reputed wine regions, including 75 hard-to-source cuvées available only at Prestige. Explore wines from Priorat, Bairrada, Barolo, Côteau du Layon, Yarra Valley, Napa Valley, Willamette Valley and from producers such as Perrier-Jouët (Belle Époque), Cono Sur (Silencio) and Concha y Toro (Don Melchor 2012 and 2015) to name just a few. Terroir Tastings will guide guests through wines’ lives and pair the experience with complementary local foods prepared by PEI chefs. peiwinefest.com

Mussels for the QEH

May 26

The eighth annual Mussels for the QEH will take place May 26 in the Canadian Tire parking lot from 10 am to 2 pm. The family and friends of PEI Mussel King will distribute a truckload of world-renowned PEI mussels, buy donation, per two pound bag. All revenue will support the QEH Stroke Care Unit. 20 Babineau Avenue, Charlottetown.

Cat Action Team Gala Buffet Dinner & Silent Auction

May 26

The Cat Action Team Gala Buffet Dinner & Silent Auction will be held May 26 at Rodd Charlottetown, 75 Kent Street. Hosted by Adam Ramsay in support of the Cat Action Team, a registered charity that operates a Trap-Neuter-Release program for members of the pubic who are caring for stray, feral and barn cats on PEI. Cash bar and silent auction at 6 pm. Dinner at 7 pm. Tickets: Susan Turner, 902-963-3179 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rhubarb Social

May 28 

The annual Milton Community Hall Rhubarb Social will be held May 28 (crop permitting) from 6:00–7:30 pm. Admission is free for preschoolers. Enjoy a variety of rhubarb desserts. Milton Community Hall is located at 7 New Glasgow Road, Rte 22. Info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-566-3154

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