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26th Annual Abegweit Pow Wow

Throughout the year, Native Council of Prince Edward Island (NCPEI) hosts many events and  [ ... ]

Rock Barra Retreat

Rock Barra Artist Retreat is a 20-acre site on the northeast end of the island between Naufrage and  [ ... ]

Annual Memorial Bricklaying Ceremony

The International Children's Memorial Place, located at 2115 Scales Pond Road (Rte 109) in South Freetown, will hold its Annual Bricklaying Ceremony on August 19 at 2 pm. To purchase a memorial brick in memory of a loved one, please contact David Blanchard at 902-436-8650 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before Friday,

Brain Injury Support Meetings

If you or someone you know is a brain injury survivor then Brain Injury Support Meetings are for you. Charlottetown meetings are held at the Jack Blanchard Hall, 7 Pond St, on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 2 pm. Summerside meeting is held on the third Saturday of each month at 20 MacKenzie Dr, Summerside, in the Common Room. Info: Simon (Charlottetown) at 902-314-4228 or Vicki at 902-436-5566 (Summerside).

Dreaming with Our Hands

River Clyde Pageant puppeteer Ian McFarlane is bringing a sketchbook full of puppet ideas to New Glasgow this summer. Drop in to Wednesday evening and Saturday afternoon sessions to build your own lantern puppet, learn basic skills in performing puppetry, and assist in the creation of larger-than-life papier-maché puppets. All ages are welcome, no previous experience necessary. Schedule:

Dancing with the River

Join theatre artist Joanna Caplan in an exploration of movement, imagination and environment, as part of The River Clyde Pageant. Participants will work outdoors and make creative movement patterns and group choreography in dialogue with the landscape, water, and weather. No previous experience in dance is necessary, and all ages, bodies and abilities are welcome! This workshop will appeal to

Charlottetown Pride

PEI Pride Week is coming up and the City of Charlottetown is demonstrating its support.

The City Hall Bell Tower will be illuminated in rainbow colours to recognize PEI Pride Week, which takes place Sunday, July 22 to Saturday, July 28. The colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple will rotate during the evenings of Pride Week. A flag raising will take place on Monday, July 23 at 11 am at

Watermark Acting Conservatory

The Acting Conservatory at Watermark theatre runs July 23 to August 3 and offers young actors from ages 12 to 18 the opportunity to train with professional acting company members. Classes have included improvisation, scene study, dance, Shakespeare, voice and speech, monologues, stage combat, etc. The Conservatory culminates in a performance for family and friends at the end of the session.

Veg It Up PEI 2018

PEI’s vegetarian and vegan association hosts their 3rd annual Veg It Up event September 21–October 4 . It gives restaurants a chance to showcase PEI’s local produce and their culinary talents. Chefs from across PEI are challenged to create a totally vegan dish and food lovers are encouraged to try it out. If your restaurant wants to be a part of this food event or for info, email This email

Free Sobeys Nutrition Classes

Nutrition events continue at Sobeys locations:  

Taste and Learn…Tacos! will be held July 23 from 11 am– 12 noon at Sobeys Allen St. Join the Sobeys Dietitian and learn how to prepare tasty recipes you will enjoy. 

Taste and Learn…Grilled Vegetables! will be held July 24 from 11 am–12 noon at Sobeys West Royalty. Join the Sobeys Dietitian and learn how to prepare tasty

Local Gardening Program deadline extended

The deadline for residents to self-nominate or nominate a property for the City of Charlottetown’s Make Our Hometown Beautiful program has been extended to Monday, July 23 by 4 pm.

The gardening program is designed to recognize those who maintain buildings and landscapes within City limits. The categories are commercial properties, curb appeal, edible gardens, gardening in small spaces, community

Edible Gardening for Beginners

Edible Gardening for Beginners is a series of free workshops by the PEI Food Exchange teaching the basics of growing your own food through the seasons. Workshops are presented by Stephanie Dewar, one of the original Legacy Gardeners, and will be held from 6–8 pm at the Farm Centre Legacy Garden, 420 Univeristy Ave, Charlottetown. Stephanie has worked with some of the Island's best organic

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21st century Anne

Producing a 54-year-old play for a modern audience Select dates to September 22
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Stevenson works

Photography by Lionel Stevenson at Watermark Theatre  Until August 31
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Musical Mondays

July 23 
Victoria Playhouse Musical Mondays are back at Victoria Playhouse for 2018 with acts f [ ... ]

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Profile: Debbie Atkinson by Jane Ledwell Debbie Atkinson volunteered for the first East Coast Musi [ ... ]

Current Collective

A new artisan shop at Spinnaker’s Landing in Summerside features work by local creatives The New  [ ... ]

Great Canadian Ride

The 6th annual Great Canadian Ride/La Grande Traversée concluded in Charlottetown June 15. The Grea [ ... ]