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MTS camps and classes

Musical Theatre School (MTS) at The Guild in Charlottetown offers a variety of performance-based opportunities for students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, and focuses on the singing, acting and dancing aspects of stage performance. The 10-week spring/summer program (ages 9–18) runs from May 2–August 19. Various week-long

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Annual Richelieu Lottery

The Club Richelieu Évangéline will hold its 25th Supper Lottery on Saturday, May 8, 2021, but with important changes. Due to COVID-19, there will be no meal as there has been in the past. Instead the lottery will be held online on the Club’s Facebook page. The lottery will go live at

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National Mental Health Week

The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) National Mental Health Week is May 3–9. This marks the 70th year for the annual mental health promotion campaign. The #GetReal about how you feel campaign, which started in 2020, will continue again this year with a focus on understanding emotions. Recognizing, labeling and accepting

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The Thérèse D’Amour Art Archive Sale

Gallery 18 presents the Thérèse D'Amour art archive sale on Monday, May 10th. The sale is a celebration of the Prince Edward Island artist's passion for nature spanning five decades.The online-only event is being held in association with LiveAuctioneers.com.  A link to

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Improv workshop

The Guild Improv Workshop with instructors Graham Putnam and Rob MacDonald will take place at The Guild in Charlottetown beginning May 11. The seven-week workshop is designed for those with little-to-no improv or acting experience and for those who would like to refresh their skills. Participants will learn the Basi

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Stratford and Area annual cooked market lobster sale

Stratford and area Lions Club annual cooked market lobster sale in aid of QRH, IWK and community needs fundraiser .  Where:

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Home repair programs

The amount of funding available to Islanders for grants through home repair programs is increasing. The 2021-22 provincial budget includes a $678,000 investment for incremental increases to the following programs over a three-year period: eligible grant amount for Seniors Safe at Home will increase from $5000 to $10,000; eligible amou

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Short Term Rentals Public Meeting

The City of Charlottetown Planning & Heritage Department wishes to invite residents to an open house public meeting to update residents on the current state of the short-term rental market. The planning department will also seek input from residents on potential regulations and licensing requirements for short-term rentals (STRs)

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New Ways for Families®

A new therapeutic family justice program will benefit Island families experiencing separation or divorce. New Ways for Families® is an innovative program that empowers parents with skills and strategies to manage high conflict situations. The free pilot program is available to Islanders by referral and complements existing supports o

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Island Nature Trust

The Let’s Protect Our Island campaign, a collaboration between Island Nature Trust (INT) and the PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) continues until  May 18 with participating suppliers of beer, wine and spirits donating up to $1 from their sales of participating products at PEILCC reta

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Pop-Up Exhibit

On the anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, the City of Charlottetown has partnered with The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum and Veterans Affairs Canada to launch a pop-up exhibit that explores the history of the iconic battle that many consider to be a turning point in Canada’s history. The display is located

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Vimy Ridge pop-up exhibit

In honour of the anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, the City of Charlottetown has partnered with The PEI Regiment Museum and Veterans Affairs Canada to launch a pop-up exhibit that explores the history of the battle that many consider to be a turning point in Canada’s history. The Battle of Vimy Ridge took p

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Video audition workshop

An Actor Video Audition Workshop will take place on Wednesdays through May at The Guild in Charlottetown. The workshop is for actors who are submitting themselves for film, TV, theatre, or auditioning for a performing arts school. During the four-session workshop, instructor Jody Racicot (TV, film, theatre actor and teacher—see imdb

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Innovation PEI programs

Innovation PEI has launched four new programs to support Island businesses. The programs are: Equity Investors Incentive—to provide PEI strategic sector businesses with a tool to attract private sector investment; Innovation Fund—to assist businesses to bring a new product, service, or process to market; Small Business Assistance

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French-language education scholarship

Students wishing to pursue French-language post-secondary studies will have more financial support options to pursue their education goals. The new French-language Post-Secondary Studies Scholarship is a multi-year bursary for Island students who wish to pursue their

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IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer Society is inviting you to: Create a team and register, or register as an individual to help us fundraise for our biggest event of the year, and for your chance to win prizes. Participate in our Island-Wide Scavenger Hunt and win prizes throughout the month of May. Drop by the office at 166 Fitzroy St. on May 30 from 10 am–

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COVID-19 Island Insights

The COVID-19 Island Insights Series entry for PEI is now available online at islandstudies.com/island-insights-series. The series aims to bring together critical assessments of how specific islands around the world have performed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the extent to which their recovery plans are able to promote long term r

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Museums and venues fund

The provincial government is providing funding to help community museums and cultural venues impacted by the pandemic. The COVID-19 Operational Support Program for Community Museums and Cultural Venues provides support for operational expenses to help compensate for reduced revenue due to the pandemic. Funding up to a maximum of $2500

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