Author: Greg Webster

Art For Animals

PEI Humane Society Fundraiser

Heather Millar is once again hosting Art For Animals, a fundraiser with 100% of the proceeds going to the PEI Humane Society and a chance to win her o...

Fresh from the Island festival

Workshops, theatrical presentations, open mic–Oct 14 to 17

Kings Playhouse, Young at Heart Theatre, and Desert Island Theatre company will launch the first annual Fresh From the Island New Works Festival, now ...

Winter’s Tales

Author series continues with Oliva Robinson book launch

Olivia Robinson was born in the Annapolis Valley, NS and moved to PEI with her family. She blossomed as a creative writer not among the Valley’s orc...

Book release: Living Full Circle

Living with Balance and Intention Inspired by Medicine Wheel Teachings

Mi’kmaq leader and L’nuey Executive Director Jenene Wooldridge will release Living Full Circle: Living with Balance and Intention Inspired by Medi...

Book release: The Magic Toothbrush

by Marlene Bryenton | Illustrator Leanne Bowlan

The Magic Toothbrush, a new storybook by author Marlene Bryenton and illustrator Leanne Bowlan is now available for purchase. The book was edited by J...

Book release: The Spirited Mrs. Pringle

by Jillianne Hamilton

Island author Jillianne Hamilton recently released her fourth novel, The Spirited Mrs. Pringle. Set in 1888 London, self-involved social climber Cora...

Book release: My PEI Cabbage Cookbook

by Ann Thurlow | Illustrator Rebecca Ford

Ann Thurlow will launch My PEI Cabbage Cookbook in October. Compiled and written by Thurlow, the book is an ode to the author’s love for the underra...

Book release: We’ll Meet Again: Prince Edward Island Women of the Second World War

by Katherine Dewar

We’ll Meet Again: Prince Edward Island Women of the Second World War by author Katherine Dewar shares the incredible stories of women from PEI who s...

Irish library at the BIS

George O’Connor’s dream is now a reality

It required more than a decade but many volunteers have finally brought the dream of an Irish library to fruition. More than a decade ago, the late G...

Ian Carr earns literacy award

Ian Carr was the PEI recipient of the 17th annual Council of the Federation Literacy Award, announced by Canada’s Premiers on International Literacy...

Julie Bull exhibit

Settle Down, Settlers! on view at Kings Playhouse

Julie Bull’s exhibit Settle Down, Settlers! continues at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown until November 6. Bull’s show is, above all else, a call t...

Eptek exhibits

Ever wondered what dangers lurked behind Victorian splendour? Or heard the tale of a missing coffin carrying a famous actor? Want to know the gruesome...

My Favourite Things

Sixty Days of Fame series at Lefurgey Cultural Centre

Culture Summerside’s Sixty Days of Fame Series at the Lefurgey Cultural Centre in Summerside will feature the first solo exhibit by St Timothy artis...

Gathered

Sara Austin exhibit at Receiver Coffee

this town is small, PEI’s artist run centre, will present Gathered by Sara Austin at Receiver Coffee on Victoria Row in Charlottetown from October 1...

Interior and Exterior

Contrasting and complementary art at The Guild

PEI artists Lisa Bulman Taylor and Deb Murphy will present colourful and evocative artwork that both contrasts and complements each other’s vision i...

Charlottetown Film Fest

Screenings shine a light on PEI films and filmmakers

The 7th Annual Charlottetown Film Festival (ChFF21)—the little film festival of big dreams—will once again take place at City Cinema, PEI’s only...

Autumn in Georgetown

A variety of activities at Kings Playhouse in October

October at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown will bring vibrant art, country and blues music, puppetry, haunted walks and more. Charlie A’Court and Wit...

Evangeline Country Music

Festival features performers from across PEI—Oct 15 & 16

Acadian Musical Village in Abram-Village will host the 12th annual Evangeline Country Music Festival, October 15–16. Showcasing some of the top cou...

Andrew Waite album release

PEI Brewing Company—Oct 9

Andrew Waite will celebrate the recent release of his sophomore album at the PEI Brewing Company in Charlottetown on October 9. The Andrew Waite Album...

Luminos Ensemble returns

PEI’s professional choir Luminos Ensemble, under the direction of Artistic Director Dr. Margot Rejskind, returns for their fifth season which includ...

Single release: Trapped In My Head

by X-plycit

Fresh off placing fourth out of 28 participating artists at Iron Mic Festival’s Iron Mic Championships in Charlottetown this past summer, PEI-based ...

Single release: Is She Holding You

by Nikkie Gallant

“Is She Holding You,” the latest single from PEI songwriter Nikkie Gallant was released in September. Produced by Nathan Wiley, the song features ...

2021 Symons Lecture

A focus on immigration, the pandemic and the law

One of Canada’s most experienced international law experts will give her take on the state of Canadian Confederation on October 29 as the recipient ...

Exhibits

Acadian Museum of PEI View the permanent exhibition and video The Island Acadians: The Story of a People. Acadian genealogy resources available to re...

Album release: Back To You

by Matt Hannah

PEI songwriter Mat Hannah released his new EP Back To You on September 10. Hannah co-wrote the album with producer Davor Vulama (Loverboy, Joe Satrian...

Bronson Jacque mural

Honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

A new work of art on display at Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown puts a face on people whose lives have been forever altered by famil...

Women’s Network fundraiser

Celebrating Island women and non-binary folk—Oct 23

The Board of Directors of Women’s Network PEI will host its sixth annual fundraising event at Trailside Music Hall in Charlottetown on October 23. ...

Forest and wetland returned

American family generously donates back to Islanders

A game-changing cross-border partnership between Island Nature Trust (INT) and American Friends of Canadian Conservation—launched to help American l...

Ghostly pasts

Haunting stories in Summerside, Charlottetown, Georgetown

Lefurgey Cultural Centre Wyatt Heritage Properties and Culture Summerside will present their 21st annual Historic Ghostwalk on October 21. The event ...

Changes for Indian River

Festival planning a brand refresh after 25 years

After 25 years, Indian River Festival (IRF) is looking ahead to the next chapter in its Island concert series. Recent changes to IRF’s operations—...

Frontline and Centre

Fall season pays tribute to the Island’s frontline workers

LIVE @ The Centre makes its return to the Mainstage at Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown this October. With a diverse line-up that inc...

PEI women veterans

Exhibit of uniforms showcases contribution to war effort

A new exhibit in the Confederation Court Mall in Charlottetown celebrates the service of PEI women veterans in the Second World War. Co-Curated by Cap...

Reunion concert

First performance of the season at Confederation Centre

The PEI Symphony Orchestra (PEISO) returns October 17 at 2:30 pm with Reunion, the first concert of their 2021–22 season. While the organization had...

Two Island NFB titles at FIN

Island filmmakers screen shorts at Atlantic International Film Festival

Susan Rodgers debuts her short film Then Sings My Soul, and Millefiore Clarkes screens her award-winning documentary Love in Quarantine this Septembe...

A Small Fortune at FIN

Island film to debut at Atlantic International Film Festival

The largest budgeted P.E.I. Feature ever is set to premiere at FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival in September. A Small Fortune, written and d...

New mural honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

A new work of art on display at Confederation Centre Art Gallery puts a face on people whose lives have been forever altered by family members and fri...

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