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PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit, non-denominational, social group that started in Charlottetown in 2000. Members are ages 50 and over. The group provides the separated, divorced, widowed and unmarried with an opportunity to get out of the house and participate in healthy group and social activities such as dances, potlucks, movies, walks, hike

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In-school mentors needed

Spend an hour a week with a child at their elementary school. This is a chance to take a recess from your busy life and help a child succeed at the same time. Build a child’s self-esteem and provide guidance while having fun playing games, making crafts, or just chatting. Big Brothers Big Sisters of PEI need mentors or all ages from communities a

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UPEI seeking housing for students 

UPEI is reaching out to the PEI community for assistance in helping students find housing. With the start of classes on Sept 7, many students are still searching for housing. UPEI’s three residences are full and there are 400 students on the waiting list. The new residence, now under construction, will not be available to students until the fall

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Seniors events at BIS

With support from the Seniors Secretariat of PEI, free Seniors programs have been developed for the entertainment and edification of seniors at the Benevolent Irish Society (BIS) in Charlottetown. Programs starting this month include Book Club, Bridge Group, Ancestry Research, and A Taste of Irish Baking. The Book Club will meet on the second Tuesd

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Kinesiology students offer personal training

Kinesiology students at UPEI are seeking volunteers to participate in a four-week supervised personal training program in the fall of 2022. No experience necessary. Participants must be 30 to 70 years old, with stable health. The program costs a small fee and includes four in-person sessions in the UPEI Fitness Centre, as well as fitness testing be

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CFPEI fundraising gala

The Community Foundation of PEI (CFPEI) will host its Annual Gala Fundraising Dinner on September 21 at PEI Brewing Co in Charlottetown. Tickets are available at 892-3440 or info@cfpei.ca. Now in its 29th year, CFPEI distributes funds to all corners of the community in arts and culture, education, health, social services and the environment. CFPEI

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Transit fares lowered

To help Islanders with the rising cost of living, the Governement of PEI is lowering the cost of monthly transit passes for all transit routes in the province beginning in June, and continuing to the end of September 2022. All transit routes on PEI are free for children and students K-12. Monthly transit passes can be purchased at Shoppers Drug Mar

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Online Grief Support Group

A monthly Grief Support Group meets online via Zoom on the third Thursday of each month at 7 pm. To register, call the Hospice PEI Grief Coordinator, at 330-3857. Telephone-based support with Hospice-trained grief support volunteers is also available. Visit hospicepei.ca to learn more about Hospice PEI, their programs and services, and how to get i

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Eptek gallery games

Eptek Art & Culture Centre offers exhibit related scavenger hunts for kids. Drop-ins are welcome but visitors are encouraged to call ahead. Admission is by donation. Follow on FB for upcoming activities. 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. 888-8373, peimuseum.com

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TTIS membership

this town is small’s (TTIS) 2022-2023 membership year has started and the artist-run centre is inviting new members to join and reminding current members to renew their membership. Visit thistownissmall.com/membership or contact Lisa Theriault at director@thistownissmall.com.

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Confederation Centre Youth Chorus

Plans are underway for the resumption of in-person rehearsals for both choirs at Confederation Centre of the Arts. The Confederation Singers, the resident adult choir at the Centre, and the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus are both inviting new members this fall. The Confederation Singers present an interesting and varied program of music that in

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Women in leadership bursary

The Hilda Ramsay Bursary is granted annually to a female identifying student at UPEI or Holland College. Hilda Ramsay was the first woman to run for the provincial legislature. In 2019, the NDP PEI Women’s Committee established the bursary to encourage activist women on the Island. The deadline for applications is November 1. Applications can be

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GEBIS Happy Courses

The Great Enlightenment Buddhist Institute Society (GEBIS) is a non-profit organization and their Community Outreach program is entirely volunteer based. The program offers Happy Courses for the public to learn how to cope with life challenges. Course topics include: Emotional Resilience & Mindfulness; Self-compassion; Compassionate Communicati

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Autism website

Autistic adults and seniors are encouraged to visit the website peiautisticadults.com. The website was set up to create a community or peer-support group of autistic adults and autistic seniors who connect online and/or in-person to talk about autism, share experiences o

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Traveller information service

Islanders can now receive personalized traffic and road condition information through the province’s 511 traveller information service. The enhanced 511 service allows travellers to create an account, save customized route information and choose alerts for construction, road closures, traffic incidents and road conditions that may impact travel.

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Southern Kings Air Cadets

Southern Kings Air Cadets are seeking adult volunteers. Perfect for those who were cadets and want to give back, a parent of a current or future cadet, or someone with a military background who would like to share that experience. If this challenge is of interest, email 

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Harmonia girls’ choir

Harmonia is starting its eighth season and is now accepting new singers. Sirens Choral Association (SCA) runs Harmonia as its principal educational program. The group will provide meaningful educational opportunities for for self-identifying girls who love to sing. It provides a safe place where girls can

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Passport to Nature

Reconnect with Island nature this summer with Island Nature Trust (INT). The Passport to Nature is back in full swing with a series of adventure and learning events, hosted by knowledgeable conservationists in the beautiful Natural Areas or spaces of ecological importance across PEI. In the last few years, INT’s outreach focus has moved to immers

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Cheryl Duffy Memorial Walk

The 1st Annual Cheryl Duffy Memorial Walk, created by the Straford Youth Centre, will be taking place as part of Stratford Fall Fest September 24 at Cotton Park in Stratford. Participants can register as individuals or in teams and choose from 3 different distances: 1 km, 2 km or 5 km. There is no registration fee to participate however participan

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Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

The Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild will meet on the third Wednesday of the every month (except July, August and December) from 7–9 pm at the Irish Cultural Centre. Masks are optional, refreshments will not be served at this time.  New members and visitors are welcome. Follow on FB for updates. Info: Roberta at 393-3222, 582 North River Rd, Charl

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The Ride for Refuge

Blooming House Women's Shelter opened their doors in 2019 and is holding their first in person fundraising event. The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly walk or bike event taking place on October 1. Participants can choose a distance of 2.5 km or 5 km to walk or 10

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Input on Mental Health Act

The Province is inviting Island residents to share their opinion on the new draft Mental Health Act.  The new act provides for the treatment, care and supervision of persons with a mental disorder while respecting their charter rights. It would replace the current Mental Health Act passed by

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Blooming House Ride for Refuge 

Blooming House Women’s Shelter is holding their first in person fundraising event since opening their doors in 2019. The Ride for Refuge is a family friendly walk or bike event that will be held October 1. Participants can choose a distance of 2.5K or 5K to walk; 10K or 20K to bike. A meal will be provided for participants at the end of the event

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Breast Cancer support group

A Breast Cancer Supprt Group meets on the first Monday of each month at 2 pm in a safe and confidential environment. In the case the first Monday falling on a holiday, the group will meet on the first Monday following the holiday. For more info, or if you or someone you know has or has had breast cancer and would like to attend, call Judy at 569-34

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