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Grief Support Drop-in Group

Grief Support Drop In sessions take place the last Tuesday of the month at Community Hospital O’Leary, 14 MacKinnon Drive, O’Leary, in the Boardroom at 7 pm. Charlottetown Drop In takes place third Thursday of the month at Palliative Care Centre, 93 Murchison Lane, Charl

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Atlantic Summer Institute

The Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) is launching its 2019 Forum, Supportive Environments for Child and Youth Mental Health: Our Shared Responsibility, a bilingual event at the UPEI August 19-21. The Forum will gather a

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Wild Threads Writing Symposium

The PEI Writers’ Guild will host a writing symposium this summer. Sponsored by Innovation PEI, with the support of the University of Prince Edward Island and Reading Town PEI, the Wild Threads Writing Symposium is open to writers of all levels from across Canada and takes place August 23 to 25 with an opening reception the evening o

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Village Musical Acadien

Experience L’Acadie and its joie de vivre with local Acadian performers at shows from 1:30–3 pm Monday to Friday at Village Musical Acadien. Enjoy the music, traditional food and culture of PEI’s French Acadians. 1745, Rte 124, Abram-Village. 

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Nominations  for Angus MacLean Award

Island Nature Trust is seeking nominations for the 2019 Hon. J. Angus MacLean Natural Areas Award. This award is named in honour of former Premier and conservationist, J. Angus MacLean. Individuals or groups that have made a significant and lasting difference in increasing or improving natural areas across PEI may be

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Young Actors Lab

From August 26 to 30 a young actors intensive will be offered in downtown Charlottetown. This week long, conservatory-style program will include a variety of classes with industry professionals, geared towards pre-professional youth wanting to take their acting craft to the

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Passport to Nature

Explore PEI’s protected places with a Passport to Nature. Brought to you by Island Nature Trust, this passport is meant to help Islanders and visitors experience and learn more about PEI’s protected places. Island Nature Trust owns over 4,000 acres of land in 47 natural areas across PEI. These natural areas that y

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Ostomy Peer Support Group

Charlottetown Ostomy Peer Support meets August 27 at 7 pm, Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond St, Charlottetown. Those living with an ostomy, their spouses, partners and friends are welcome. They will be discussing plans for the 3rd Stoma Stroll on October 5. Contact Christine MacCallum for info (christinemaccallum

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Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion presents Fridays for Future every Friday at 3:30 pm in front of Province House in Charlottetown. Organizers of Fridays for Future say, “We meet every week to stand in solidarity with international movement, founded by Greta Thunberg to force government

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Hilda Ramsay Bursary

NDP PEI Women’s Committee announces that a Hilda Ramsay Award will be granted to a female identified student who exemplifies excellence in scholarship in pursuing study at UPEI or Holland College. The bursary will honour a student who best embodies the spirit of social act

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ME/FM Coalition contest

The ME/FM Coalition of PEI is sponsoring an online trivia contest to promote awareness of ME (myalgic Encephalomyelitis also called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and FM (Fibromyalgia). Send an email to coalitionmefm@gmail.com to get contest details and questions. Once you get the questions, go to the National ME/FM websit

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PEI Heritage Passport

The Community Museums Association of Prince Edward Island (CMAPEI) invites the Islanders and visitors to get their copy of the 2019 PEI Heritage Passport. The document has been developed to act as a guide to 40 museums and heritage sites situated from one tip of the Island to the other. On presentation of the passport, the institution

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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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Demo Days at Eptek

Drop by Eptek Centre this summer for craft and art demonstrations on weekdays during August. Share inspiration and tips from local artists and artisans who set-up at our entrance and provide free demonstrations. Call 902-888-8373 for schedule or visit 

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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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College of Piping Mini Concerts

Mini Concerts are a great introduction to The College of Piping. Students of the College show their talents. They are held Monday–Friday through August 30 (except August 1 and 2) at 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm. They take place at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre, 619 Water St East, Summerside. 902-436-5377,

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Macphail meals

Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead’s Veranda Cafe is open Tuesday–Friday from 9:30 am–4:30 pm, for brunch on Sundays and for aThursday night dinner served before the Orwell Ceilidhs. Packages are available which include a carriage ride, a meal at Macphail Homestead and the Ceilidh.  

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Blooming House Scramble

Red Mud Golf will host Blooming House Scramble on August 31 at Dundarave Golf Course at 3 pm with a shotgun start. Sign up your four person teams. Proceeds will go to Blooming House Women’s Shelter Inc. in Charlottetown. The tournament includes prizes, a 50/50 raffle, and a chance to win a c

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2020 Unsung Hero Award application

The Canadian Folk Music Awards has extended the deadline to accept applications for the 2020 Unsung Hero Award until August 31, 2019. There is no fee to apply for this award. The Unsung Hero Award is presented annually in recognition of the exceptional contribution of an individual, group, or organization to any aspect of the Canadian folk musi

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Second Chances Concert Band

The Second Chances Concert Band will recommence weekly rehearsals on Tuesdays beginning September 10 at Queen Charlotte School, 150 North River Road, Charlottetown. Registration is at 6:15 pm with the AGM to follow at 6:30 pm. Practices are from 7–9 pm. The cost is $50 for the fall term. 

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Stories in Stitches

Every second year, St. Paul’s Church in downtown Charlottetown is the site of a show of quilts, hooked rugs and artistic needlework. In 2019, Stories in Stitches will run from September 10 to 14, morning and afternoon, plus Friday evening. Curator Carol Macdonald is welcom

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Live stream Council meetings

The public will now be able to watch the monthly council meetings via live video stream. The City of Charlottetown has been working on upgrades in Council Chambers to offer a live stream of the monthly Council Meeting. A new HD camera was recently installed and upgrades to the other equipment in Council Chambers are expected to take place this y

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PEI Cannabis Survey

Islanders over the age of 16 are invited to take part in the 2019 Cannabis Survey, available online from now until September 16. Participants will be asked about their attitudes towards cannabis, their current use of cannabis, and their knowledge of low

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PEI Writers’ Guild workshop series

The PEI Writers’ Guild has a new writing workshop series, entitled Writing for Healing, which combines therapeutic writing exercises, meditation, and yoga. As part of this series, the Guild ran one full-day workshop in July and will run a second workshop in October. The series will then culminate in November with an

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