Welcome to The Buzz!

Prince Edward Island’s guide to What’s Going On.

The Buzz is dedicated to sharing and celebrating the latest in entertainment, arts and culture across PEI.

If it’s happening, we want you to know about it…and there’s a lot of stuff happening!

Welcome to The Buzz!

Prince Edward Island’s guide to
What’s Going On.

The Buzz is dedicated to sharing and celebrating the latest in entertainment, arts and culture across PEI.

If it’s happening, we want you to know about it…and there’s a lot of stuff happening!

The Latest

A Time To Remember

Retired Island teacher and publisher Patricia Stanyer has written a book entitled A Time To Remember looking b...

GIFt Horse Volume 2: Re-GIFted

The official launch of GIFt Horse Vol 2: ReGIFted will take place October 19 from 4 to 6 p...

Avril’s Phoenix

Avril’s Phoenix is Michelle Harris-Genge’s first solo effort. In Avril’s Phoenix, Ha...

the wither poems

Catherine Edward will launch the wither poems on November 1 at 6:30 pm at Beaconsfield Car...

Mercy, Mercy

Former CBC reporter Marlene Stanton launches her new political thriller Mercy, Mercy on Oc...

Mrs. Beaton’s Question

Robert Mercer will launch his new book Mrs. Beaton’s Question at Indigo in Charlottetown...

Yesterday, Today

Yesterday, Today: A Portrait of Summerside features artwork of older Summerside buildings...

Money Smarts for Teens & Twenties

Island financial planner Gordon Hughes has published a new book entitled Money Smarts for ...

The Wereduck Code

Join author Dave Atkinson for the launch of The Wereduck Code October 20 at 2 pm at the Co...

Music

Common Senseless

Common Senseless (Pyramid Scheme Records) is the name of Dennis Ellsworth’s new album. The album was recorded at The Hill Sound in Charlottetown by Adam Gallant, and it features 13 brand n...

Arts

Spaciousness by Lucie Bellemare

The Sixty Days of Fame art series returns to the gallery of MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summersid...

Search for truth

Pages from the Book of Light, an exhibition of photography by Paul Vreeland, will be displ...

Reclamations

Reclamations is a group exhibition exploring the theme of reclaiming with artwork by Lenny...

Confederation Centre Art Gallery: Three new shows

Confederation Centre of the Arts will celebrate three new exhibitions later this month. Th...

On Stage

Fall to spring

Harbourfront Theatre has published its fall 2019 to spring 2020 line-up this month with shows announced from October through April. “We have a lot of genres being represented,” says Kie...

Community

Hurricane Harry

We have a wood-sawing whirligig named Harry in the backyard. Harry takes it pretty easy most of the time, only rousing himself to saw a few boards during a genuine gale. He’s had a relaxin...

Food & Drink

In the brewhouse

A brewer has a few key tasks they need to accomplish in a work day. Number one (forever and always) is clean! ...

Forage returns

Forage, a food tourism training and experiential event, returns to PEI October 17 to 18 wi...

Fall Flavours

This year, organizers of PEI’s Fall Flavours Festival just couldn’t jam everything int...

The taste of sour

With the constant demand for unique beers, brewers are always looking to find a new spin. ...

On Screen

SOLASTALGIA

The new short, lyrical film SOLASTALGIA from director Millefiore Clarkes, producer Emma Fugate, and poet Tanya Davis is beginning its festival life this fall on both coasts of Canada. The f...

Readers & Writers

A Time To Remember

Retired Island teacher and publisher Patricia Stanyer has written a book entitled A Time To Remember looking b...

Avril’s Phoenix

Avril’s Phoenix is Michelle Harris-Genge’s first solo effort. In Avril’s Phoenix, Ha...

the wither poems

Catherine Edward will launch the wither poems on November 1 at 6:30 pm at Beaconsfield Car...

Mercy, Mercy

Former CBC reporter Marlene Stanton launches her new political thriller Mercy, Mercy on Oc...

Make A Date Of It

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