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Carrefour meals and classes

A number of food related events take place at the Carrefour de l’Isle Saint Jean in Charlottetown in the next few months. A Spaghetti Dinner will be held December 5 organized by the Leadership and Entrepreneurship class. This is a fundraiser for sports equipment. Tickets a

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Early Bird Rates for Park

Parks Canada is offering entry passes for PEI National Park at discounted rates from Dec 2–20. These passes are valid for unlimited entry to PEI National Park for the 2020 season. Passes can be purchased at Ardgowan National Historic Site, 2 Palmers Lane, Charlottetown, Mo

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Audubon Christmas Bird Counts

Upcoming Audubon Christmas Bird Counts are: December 14 The East Point Christmas Bird Count (Dwaine Oakley, 902-393-6223, dwaine.oakley@gmail.com); December 15 The Prince Edward Island National Park Christmas Bird Count (Dan McAski

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Grief Support Drop-in Group

Three PEI grief support groups meet monthly: East Prince County on the first Thursday of the month (December 5, January 2, February 6, March 5) 5:30 pm in Prince County Hospital’s Malpeque Room, 65 Roy Boates Ave Summerside;

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ACT Auditions

To celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2020, ACT (a community theatre) will be remounting Noises Off, a farce presented by ACT in 1996. Noises Off (written by Michael Frayn) presents the madcap misadventures of a touring troupe of actors, their bitingly sarcastic director, and their overworked crew as th

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Pottery in the Park

The winter session of pottery classes at the PEI Potters Studio in Victoria Park, Charlottetown will begin in mid-January. Perfect for beginners as well as those with previous experience, classes are taught by professional Island potters and are desig

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Mermaid history

Photos and stories are being sought of early families who lived in Mermaid. Some early family names were MacLeod, MacEachern, Farquharson, Currie, Mutch, Smallwood, MacDonald,  Doyle, Munn, and Boyce. A history is being prepared fo

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Curl for Cancer

The 36th Annual Charlottetown Curl  takes place at the Charlottetown Curling Complex Dec 14. Curlers of all ages and abilities, even beginners, are invited to sign up for the event, raising money for the Canadian Cancer Society—PEI Division. This fun fundraiser includes cu

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Plays wanted

PEI Community Theatre Festival, the Island’s annual celebration of World Theatre Day, will be filling a Saturday afternoon in late March with a half-a-dozen plays. The Community Theatre Festival is a great chance for scores of actors and off-stage production volunteers to

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Festive Wreath Exhibit and Festival of Trees

The Confederation Centre of the Arts is decorated for the season with their Festive Wreath Exhibit on display. Enjoy wreaths created by adults, young people, and groups, as part of the annual Festive Wreath Exhibition. On display in the concourse until December 16, this is a project of The Friends of Confederation Cen

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Council of Canadians

The PEI Chapter of the Council of Canadians meets on the third Wednesday of the month at the Voluntary Resource Council, 81 Prince St, Charlottetown. Issues of focus include Water with the Blue Communities campaign; Healthcare; Climate and Democracy. Support is always welcome.

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Wild Child Program

The PEI Wildlife Conservation Fund is making it possible for Sierra Club Canada Foundation to offer free nature immersion programming to child care centres, schools, community groups, and after school programs across PEI. Groups that are interested in participating in this f

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Art for Food

Details Fine Art Gallery's annual fundraiser for the Charlottetown Food Bank is underway. Artist Richard Vickerson has donated his framed 8 x 10 acrylic painting titled Good Fences for auction. Bidding is now open and begins at $200. All proceeds will go to the local food bank. Bids can be placed in person at the gallery on Richmond Street in Charl

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Plum Pudding Campaign

Plum Pudding Campaign 2019 supporting the PEI Humane Society, PEERS Alliance, and one local family in need. Puddings are over one pound, serve 6 healthy portions, vegetarian friendly, and gift wrapped with sauce recipe included. $15 each, all profits to the charities and family. Puddings available after Dec 1 at the P

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Legacy forest planted

A legacy forest of 100 trees has been planted on Upton Farmlands to commemorate CN’s 100th anniversary, in partnership with Tree Canada, the City of Charlottetown and Upton Farm Trust. The large caliper trees were planted on both sides of the TransCanada Highway at the entrance to the City of Charlottetown, along th

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Farmers Helping Farmers Holiday Campaign

The Farmers Helping Farmers (FHF) 2019 Holiday Campaign is underway with a bonus this year. Thanks to their new project in partnership with Global Affairs Canada, FHF can multiply by 5 many of the donations made to their Holiday Campaign. The project is called More Food, Better Food: Empowering Kenyan Women Farmers. T

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Give blood

Spring, summer, fall, winter—no matter the season, the need for blood, stem cells, plasma and organ and tissue donors is constant. Making an appointment to donate has never been easier. Download the GiveBlood app, call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or book now at

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Full Circle Family Doula

Full Circle Family Doula’s is a new program providing a variety of supports by trained Pregnancy and Birth, Postpartum and Parenting Support Doulas. Volunteer doulas provide continuous physical, emotional and informational support to a mother before, during and after childbirth. It is free for women who qualify. Inf

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Al-Anon

What can you do when someone close to you drinks too much? Al-Anon Family groups provide hope and help. Info: freewebs.com/alanonmaritimes, 902-566-1859, 902-892-9974

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Be an In-School Mentor

Retired and looking for your next adventure? Your knowledge and experience could empower a child to reach their full potential. Sign up to be an In-School Mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters. 1hr a week is all it takes to ignite a child’s potential. Whether you are playing games, making crafts or just chatting, you

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Farmers Helping Farmers alumni

Farmers Helping Farmers (FHF) are creating a new alumni group to help celebrate their upcoming 40th anniversary in 2020. FHF want to include all of the Canadians who have travelled to Kenya and Kenyans who have travelled to Canada in each of their 40 years, since 1980. They

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Tree Protection Bylaw

A Tree Protection Bylaw is in place to assist in the management and protection of the urban forest canopy in The City of Charlottetown. The bylaw applies to all trees on City owned property and heritage trees on private or public property, which are trees with a diameter at breast height (DBH) of more than 100 cm. For

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Morell Community School for 2020

Morell Community School will begin January 7, 2020 with classes on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 pm at Morell Regional High School. Courses offered include Bible Study, Cards, Conversational French, Fly Tying, Beginner & Jammin' Guitar, Handle With Care - Promoting Mental Health in Young Children, Knitting & Crocheting, Pickleball,  Puzzlemani

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