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Macphail Woods events

Macphail Ecological Woods Forestry Project specializes in growing native trees, shrubs, ferns and wi [ ... ]

ICMP fundraising concert

The annual International Children's Memorial Place (ICMP) fundraising concert will be held May 27 fr [ ... ]

Theatre Production Mentorships Program

CreativePEI is partnering with PEI theatres and festivals to offer the Theatre Production Mentorships Program again this year. The program helps emerging theatre production workers — in areas like stage management, lighting, sound, wardrobe and administration — get their first professional experience under the watchful eye of top industry mentors. Participating organizations are:

National Building Code

Training is available for those involved in the Island’s construction industry on how to apply the newly adopted National Building Code. The Construction Association of PEI has collaborated with the PEI government and Holland College to offer a voluntary certification program; contact the association at 902-368-3303 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript

PEI Genealogy Fair & AGM

The PEI Genealogical Society will hold their 2nd annual Genealogy Fair from 9:30 am–3:30 pm on April 28 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 10 Northridge Parkway, Charlottetown. This year's theme is "How Can Your Genealogy Outlast You?"

The event will feature a full day of practical tips, contacts and resources to help you with your family tree. Keynote presentations include

At Martha Spirituality Centre

Several events take place at Martha Spirituality Centre at SDU Place on Great George St (use the entry at the back) in Charlottetown.

Fabric of Our Lives: 5 Cycles of Change Workshop Day takes place April 27, 10 am–3 pm. Presenter and author of the text by the same name is Sinnika Dixon Phd, a retired sociologist now living in St. Catherines. She focuses on everyday relationships within the 5

Tax preparation clinics

The Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program offers free tax preparation clinics where volunteers complete tax returns for eligible individuals. You may be eligible if you have a modest income and a simple tax situation. Clinics take place at: Murphys’ Community Centre Rm 2017, 200 Richmond St, Charlottetown, Mondays (9 am-9 pm) and Tuesdays (9 am-4 pm) to April 30

Pipe & Pizza

Pipe & Pizza
Program to introduce youth to pipe organ

Organist Leo Marchildon invites any youth or young adults who wish to learn more about the pipe organ to come and visit the loft of St. Dunstan’s Basilica, Charlottetown, at noon on April 28 for a program designed to showcase the capabilities of this machine. 

Following a mini organ concert featuring music from Bach to Star Wars, attendees will have an

Milton Community Hall events

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

Down Memory Lane: High Tea & Past Fashions | April 28

Down Memory Lane: High Tea & Past Fashions from the Donna Young Collection will be held on April 28 at 2 pm at Milton Community Hall, 7 New Glasgow Road, Rte 224 in North Milton. Tickets are limited for this event which will feature fashions mostly from

Owl Prowls at Macphail Woods

Owl Prowls at Macphail Woods

Join the Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project in celebrating the wonderful world of owls at one of this year’s Owl Prowls. The next Owl Prowl at the Macphail Homestead in Orwell will be held April 28.

The Sir Andrew Macphail Foundation will open up the Great Room of the Homestead at 6:30 pm and serve light refreshments. There is no charge but donations to the Foundation will be

Donate to Annual Pinch Penny Fair

The Friends of Confederation Centre are accepting donations for one of their most anticipated annual fundraising events, the Pinch Penny Fair. The Centre is now accepting gently used items including: household items, books, sporting goods, toys, plants, music, jewelry, furniture, tools, glassware, etc. Note that clothing, televisions and computer donations cannot be accepted. Donations can be

Soupy Saturday for PEI Wild Child

A special Soupy Saturday takes place April 28 from 1 to 3 pm at Back Alley Music, 257 Queen Street, Charlottetown. Enjoy live, local music and hearty soup in Back Alley’s new location. Musicians will be announced on the Facebook event page. Soup donations go to Sierra Club PEI Wild Child Nature Immersion programs. Information can be found at or

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Some Upcoming Events

Here’s to 40 at The Guild

May 26 & June 6
The Guild Here’s to 40, a one woman show, will be presented May 26 and June 6  [ ... ]

Hillcrest Players: Let’s Horse Around!

April 27 & 28
Hillcrest United Church Hillcrest Players invite you to join them for Let’s Hors [ ... ]

Author reading: Richard Harrison

May 22 at 7:30 pm
Studio 1, Confederation Centre Bookmark, PEI’s independent bookseller has a [ ... ]

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Rainbow Valley auditions

ACT: A Community Theatre will be hosting auditions for it's upcoming production of Rainbow Valley, a [ ... ]

ZZ TOP in Summerside

ZZ TOP are bringing The Tonnage Tour to Credit Union Place in Summerside on August 14.  Billy  [ ... ]