Tag: Way Up West

Living their dream

Ron Holley and Sandra McLure are “Timeless Tunes”

With a passion for music, a shared commitment to their communities, and personalities that come together like a pair of folded hands, Ron Holley and S...

An Island souvenir

Create your own at the Bottle House in Cape Egmont

Tucked away on picturesque Route 11 in Cape Egmont, sits the very unique Bottle Houses. New owners (2018) Angie Cormier (and husband) have embarked on...

Acadian world

Art panels in Abram-Village for Congrès mondial acadien

Acadians from all over the world gather every five years for the Congrès mondial acadien celebration. This year the official opening takes place in A...

Everything store

The Sari Sari Store in Bloomfield

Ruby Lubigan saw a specific need in West Prince and answered the call. She and her partner, Kent Clements, opened the Sari Sari Store (Asian food stor...

Luscious lavender

Windy Acres Lavender Farm in Tyne Valley

Just outside the village of Tyne Valley, sits Windy Acres Lavender Farm. Windy Acres Farm is home to Debbie Linton, husband Ted Dingman and a host of ...

Newly-inspired

Artist Denis Robert revives his interest in painting

After living and working in Montreal for many years, artist Denis Robert and his wife Monique began looking for a lifestyle change and a slower pace o...

Permanent home

New West Prince Arts Council location

There is nothing old school about the new West Prince Arts Council. Last year saw the WPAC celebrate their 40th anniversary. In the spring they purch...

A new school

Slemon Park hosts the latest Community School

A call went out mid-September to Slemon Park residents: any interest in Community School programs at the Park? That call was answered and Monday, Janu...

Shining the light

Spotlight Theatre in Summerside

In early November a water pipe burst behind the costume room of Spotlight School of Arts Inc. in Summerside. Most of the costumes used by the school w...

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