Luminos Ensemble season three

Luminos Ensemble, PEI’s professional chamber choir, has announced its 2019-2020 Season, which includes three eclectic concerts. “Following a secon...

A Time To Remember

Patricia Stanyer

Retired Island teacher and publisher Patricia Stanyer has written a book entitled A Time To Remember looking back at her life. In this memoir Patricia...

GIFt Horse Volume 2: Re-GIFted

Editors Katie Mac, Chris Wilson, Ryan Gallant

The official launch of GIFt Horse Vol 2: ReGIFted will take place October 19 from 4 to 6 pm at bar1911, St. Avard’s, Charlottetown. From killer co...

Avril’s Phoenix

Michelle Harris-Genge

Avril’s Phoenix is Michelle Harris-Genge’s first solo effort. In Avril’s Phoenix, Harris-Genge’s takes the reader on the uplifting, emotional ...

the wither poems

Catherine Edward

Catherine Edward will launch the wither poems on November 1 at 6:30 pm at Beaconsfield Carriage House, Charlottetown. the whither poems is a first p...

Mercy, Mercy

Marlene Stanton

Former CBC reporter Marlene Stanton launches her new political thriller Mercy, Mercy on October 25 at 6:30 pm at Beaconsfield Carriage House, 2 Kent S...

Mrs. Beaton’s Question

Robert Mercer

Robert Mercer will launch his new book Mrs. Beaton’s Question at Indigo in Charlottetown on October 26 from 1 to 3 pm. Robert Mercer’s life coul...

Yesterday, Today

A Portrait of Summerside

Yesterday, Today: A Portrait of Summerside features artwork of older Summerside buildings with paintings, illustrations and commentary by Eddy Schwar...

Money Smarts for Teens & Twenties

Understanding why financial planning works, makes it easy!

Island financial planner Gordon Hughes has published a new book entitled Money Smarts for Teens & Twenties: Understanding why financial planning w...

The Wereduck Code

Dave Atkinson

Join author Dave Atkinson for the launch of The Wereduck Code October 20 at 2 pm at the Confederation Centre Public Library in Charlottetown. This is ...

Genealogy of the Acadian Families of Prince Edward Island c. 1764–c. 1921

Volume 1 Arsenault Book 1 Jean Bernard

The Volume 1–Arsenault from the popular series on the genealogy of the Acadian families of Prince Edward Island was first published in 2009. Author ...

The Basement Sessions: What I’ve Learned So Far

Alli Walker

PEI country singer-songwriter Alli Walker has released her debut album, The Basement Sessions: What I’ve Learned So Far. To celebrate the release of...

Then and Now

Gerry Edge

It is the culmination of a lot of work over a long period of time, shared and solitary, that makes an album release always exciting according to music...

The Long And The Short

Dave Woodside

The Long And The Short is David Woodside’s labour of love and debut EP. Calling on influences from folk, rock and blues, Island musician David Woods...

Common Senseless

Dennis Ellsworth

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 ...

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 dur...

The Bayfield Sessions

Atlantic String Machine

The members of the Atlantic String Machine will celebrate the release of their second album, The Bayfield Sessions, with a concert at The Mack Theatre...

Yours To Break

The East Pointers

JUNO Award-winners The East Pointers will release their new album Yours To Break on October 25 via all streaming services. Catch their performance on ...

Stay Together

Paper Lions

Paper Lions’ new album Stay Together includes nine new semi-autobiographical songs that tap into their story as a band and their own romantic relati...

Coyote

Catherine MacLellan

Catherine MacLellan will release her seventh album, Coyote, on October 11 with a launch concert at College of Piping, Summerside. Coyote contains 1...

Doubt: A Parable

Sandstone Productions presents play at Watermark in November

Decades of predatory behavior. Traumatized victims. Re-location of suspected abusers to avoid scandal. A society willing to turn a blind eye out of fe...

Fall to spring

Harbourfront Theatre line-up announced for October through April

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 ...

Giller nomination for Adam Foulds

Dream Sequence (Biblioasis) by Adam Foulds is nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. Adam is the son-in-law of the late founder of The Bookmark in...

Let’s Get Cooking

Cooking video series launched at Tremploy

A collection of cooking videos designed to help people with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities was launched at Tremploy recently. The series...

Spaciousness by Lucie Bellemare

Art on display at MacNaught Centre

The Sixty Days of Fame art series returns to the gallery of MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside. It will be the eleventh year for the ...

My new guitar

Charlotte Lloyd gets a cool gift from Island Rock Camp

“Is this a joke?,” said Charlotte Lloyd. She was on stage at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall and Island Rock Camp founder Andrew Waite had j...

Search for truth

Pages From the Book of Light: Photography by Paul Vreeland

Pages from the Book of Light, an exhibition of photography by Paul Vreeland, will be displayed in Memorial Hall of the Confederation Centre of the Art...

Ready for 2020

Confed Centre announces Charlottetown Festival season

Artistic Director Adam Brazier has revealed the playbill for The 2020 Charlottetown Festival at the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown. “For ma...

Reclamations

Group exhibit by Renee Laprise, Lenny Gallant and Jane Whitten

Reclamations is a group exhibition exploring the theme of reclaiming with artwork by Lenny Gallant, Renee Laprise, Jane Whitten at The Gallery @ The G...

Rose Cousins shares Prince song

JUNO Award-winning PEI songwriter Rose Cousins has shared her version of Prince’s classic, I Would Die 4 U, recorded together with Bear’s Den and ...

Punch Up

Fringe-winning comedy at Watermark and The Guild

The Funniest Man Alive tries to help the Most Pathetic Guy Ever make the Saddest Girl in the World laugh. That sounds like the beginning of a great jo...

Feast Dinner Theatre: Baby It’s Cold Outside

New production written by Feast veteran Aaron Ellis

Feast Dinner Theatre’s latest Christmas production, Baby It’s Cold Outside, written by Feast veteran Aaron Ellis, is about a journalist trying to ...

PEI Symphony Orchestra: 52nd season

“The Gathering Storm” with guest Paul Merkelo

The PEI Symphony’s 52nd season launches this month with the opening concert entitled “The Gathering Storm.” This concert features Jean Sibelius...

Sirens season

Album recording and other events

PEI’s women’s choral ensemble Sirens recently announced its 2019-20 season. The ensemble is heading into the recording studio to produce its first...

SOLASTALGIA

Millefiore Clarkes film plays Canadian festivals

The new short, lyrical film SOLASTALGIA from director Millefiore Clarkes, producer Emma Fugate, and poet Tanya Davis is beginning its festival life th...

Stay together

Paper Lions launch album with Super Show at Confed Centre

To celebrate their latest recording, Stay Together, the 2019 ECMA Award-winning group, Paper Lions, are presenting a Super Show on October 19 at 7:30 ...

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