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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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Ostomy Peer Support Group

Charlottetown Ostomy Peer Support Group Charlottetown Ostomy Peer Support Group meets last Tuesday of the month, 7 pm, at Murphy’s Community Centre. Info: Christine MacCallum at christinemaccallum@hotmail.com or 902-566-1459. www.ostomycanada.ca  

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PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit, non-denominational, social group with members age 40 and over. The group provides the separated, divorced, widowed, and unmarried with an opportunity to participate in group and social activities such as dances, potlucks, movies, walks, hikes, card games, dining out, barbeques, games nights and many other ac

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Be an In-School Mentor

Who can be a mentor? You can! Kids need real people with real experience to help them realize their dreams. Spend an hour a week with a child at his or her school. Whether you are playing games, making crafts or just chatting, you can have fun while providing the guidance and support a child needs to succeed. Imagin

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PFLAG PEI needs volunteers

PFLAG PEI needs passionate people who: Identify as LGBTQIA+ or who are friends, family members, or allies; Want to make a positive difference in Island communities; Want to make PEI safe and inviting for everyone. Bring your unique skills and interests, and help develop a fresh direction.

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Shellfish festival tickets on sale

2019 PEI International Shellfish Festival features favourite celebrities and new activities. Tickets are now on sale for the The PEI Shellfish Association and the PEI Aquaculture Alliance’s annual Shellfish Festival, to be held September 19 to 22 Island-wide.

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A Month of Sundaes

A Month of Sundaes takes place across PEI beginning June 1. Participating dairy bars will face off with their own unique sundae creations all month long while customers vote for their favorites and ultimately decide on the winning sundae. This year there are thirteen sundaes at 13 different locations.

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Clyde River Pageant: Free Workshops

The River Clyde Pageant returns to New Glasgow July 27–28 and August 2–4. Performers, musicians and volunteers who want to get involved are encouraged to take free workshops offered in June and July. The Singing River New Orleans musicians

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PEI Writers’ Guild workshop series

The PEI Writers’ Guild announces a new writing workshop series, entitled Writing for Healing, which combines therapeutic writing exercises, meditation, and yoga. As part of this series, the Guild will be running two full-day workshops, one in July and one in October, with two different facilitators. The series will

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The Business of Craft

The PEI Crafts Council is offering the Business of Craft course every Tuesday for 10 weeks from 6:30-9:30 pm. Jody Racicot will be facilitating along with guest speakers. Topics include: Who is a Craftsperson? Do you have what it takes?, Craft Studio

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Bats hotline

People in PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador are encouraged to call the toll-free bat hotline—1-833-434-BATS (2287)—to let researchers know that their bats are returning. Researchers are asking for the public’s help with monitoring local bat populations by doing colony counts if homeowners have roosting bats on thei

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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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Canadian Folk Music Awards

Submissions for the 2019 Canadian Folk Music Awards (CFMA) are now open. The weekend’s focus events will take shape as two Awards Concerts, which are open to the public. Awards will be presented throughout both evenings, April 3 and 4, 2020, at the Awards Concerts in Charl

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Weekend of Traditional Irish Music & Language

Join Gormlaith Maynes, Tuli Porcher, Jesse Périard and Karson McKeown for a weekend celebration of Irish music & Gaelic language on June 29 and 30 hosted by Holland College, 281 Kent Street, Charlottetown, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Workshop tickets can be purchased onlin

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Man Without a Band

Man Without a Band, NS singer-songwriter, is on a quest. BeaR E. Awesome will travel 16,000 kilometers back-and-forth across Canada in a mobile recording studio. His plan is to discover, audition, and record Canada’s best amateur and professional rock musicians; travel alo

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Kensington Art Co-op Gallery

Visit the Kensington Art Co-op Gallery in the old train shed in Kensington on Commercial Street. Enjoy the art of 26 local artists. Open June 29 until September 30. Hours are weekdays 9 am to 5 pm and weekends 10 am-4 pm. They have several new artists this year with many returning artist. Info: Debbie, 902-432-0335

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Watermark Acting Conservatory

The Acting Conservatory at the Watermark Theatre in North Rustico offers young actors from the ages of 12 to 18 the opportunity to train with professional acting company members who are in residence Company for the 2019 summer season. Previous year’s classes have included

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PEI Humane Society needs

The PEI Humane Society accepts donations to assist in caring for cats and kittens in their care. You may donate: dry kitten food, gift cards for extra supplies (pet stores, Kent, Canadian Tire, Grocery Stores, Walmart, Dollarama), fleece blankets, kitten milk replacement (KM

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Art Camps at the Centre

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown is opening its doors to the Schurman Family Studio for a fun-filled summer of art camps. Running from July to Aug, these workshops will have your child’s imagination fired up while getting their hands dirty with activities such as drawing,

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Escape Room at St. Peter’s Courthouse Theatre

St. Peter's Courthouse Theatre has opened Escape Room: Fun and Games. Enter a world of fun and fancy free and solve the puzzles to escape. As the clock ticks down participants must try to avoid the distraction of all the fun and g

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Call for submissions

The 2019 Unity of Humanity Festival’s arts celebration will be held October 27 from 3-9 pm in the Memorial Hall of the Confederation Centre. In honour of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Bab, the Prophet-Herald of the Baha’i Faith, the celebration will explore themes of unity, light, renewal, and the search for truth in a multidiscipli

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Art at the Landmark Oyster House

Local Island artists and sisters, Sharon Craig and Carole Gordon have their artwork (Island seascapes) carried this summer by Marly and Greg Anderson in their business venture, the newly renovated Landmark Oyster House located in Victoria-by-the -Sea. Drop in for a meal and view the art at the same time.    

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Siminovitch Prize

The Siminovitch Prize and the National Arts Centre have announced a call for nominations for Canada’s most prestigious award in theatre. The Siminovitch Prize shines a spotlight on excellence and innovation in Canadian theatre wi

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Ignition Fund

Applications are open for Innovation PEI’s 2019 Ignition Fund competition, which offers up to $25,000 to launch or expand a business in PEI. To qualify, applicants must be start-up businesses and entrepreneurs who are committed to establishing and operating a new business in this province. The products or services m

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