July 18, 2014

Kitchen party with Big River & friends!

  • Place : Canada
  • Time : 21:00
  • Contact : (902) 854-3300; info@villagemusical.com; 1745 route 124
  • Details : Kitchen party featuring Big River & friends on Friday, July 18, from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Resto-Bar La Trappe in Abram-Village. Come on out for some great food, great music and good times! Cover charge is $5. Adults only.

2014 Story and Song

  • Place : Milton Community Hall 7 New Glasgow Road –Rte 224, North Milton
  • Time : 19:30
  • Contact : 9023683090
  • Details : The Community of Miltonvale Park is pleased to present Margie Carmichael and Lauren Thompson in the Friday, July 18th show of their year-long series – 2014 Minutes of Story and Song. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall and admission is $10. A light lunch is included. Born and raised in Elliotvale, PEI, Margie Carmichael is a musician, songwriter, playwright, comic, and storyteller. One of ten children born to John Carmichael and his wife Mary Murphy, Margie credits her parents with passing along to their children "a love of MUSIC and creative spirits". Margie's work is rich in local folklore and tradition. She has written over a hundred original songs. She has performed many of these herself, but her works have travelled with other artists across North America and the United Kingdom. Her writing extends to poetry, plays, and short stories. In 2006, she penned ‘And My Name Is . . . Stories From the Quilt’, a collection of short stories about ordinary women with extraordinary skills, gifts, and strengths. Lauren Thompson will be sharing some stories this show. Lauren Thomson is a graduate of Holland College’s Performing Arts and Dance Performance Programs. In 2012, she was a member of Confederation Center’s Young Company, Les Feux Follets. She has also appeared in productions of: A Christmas Carol, WIZARD of Oz, The Sound of Music, Back To The 80’s, My Son Pinocchio. This September she will be attending The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Tickets for this show will be available at the door, or to reserve your tickets, contact Miltonvale Park at (902) 368-3090 or visit miltonvalepark.com. This show is supported by the PEI 2014 Fund. The Milton Community Hall is located at 7 New Glasgow Road, just at the intersection of Rtes. 224 & 7, in North Milton

2014 Story and Song

  • Place : Milton Community Hall 7 New Glasgow Road –Rte 224, North Milton
  • Time : 19:30
  • Details : The Community of Miltonvale Park is pleased to present Margie Carmichael and Lauren Thompson in the Friday, July 18th show of their year-long series – 2014 Minutes of Story and Song. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall and admission is $10. A light lunch is included. Born and raised in Elliotvale, PEI, Margie Carmichael is a musician, songwriter, playwright, comic, and storyteller. One of ten children born to John Carmichael and his wife Mary Murphy, Margie credits her parents with passing along to their children "a love of MUSIC and creative spirits". Margie's work is rich in local folklore and tradition. She has written over a hundred original songs. She has performed many of these herself, but her works have travelled with other artists across North America and the United Kingdom. Her writing extends to poetry, plays, and short stories. In 2006, she penned ‘And My Name Is . . . Stories From the Quilt’, a collection of short stories about ordinary women with extraordinary skills, gifts, and strengths. Lauren Thompson will be sharing some stories this show. Lauren Thomson is a graduate of Holland College’s Performing Arts and Dance Performance Programs. In 2012, she was a member of Confederation Center’s Young Company, Les Feux Follets. She has also appeared in productions of: A Christmas Carol, WIZARD of Oz, The Sound of Music, Back To The 80’s, My Son Pinocchio. This September she will be attending The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Tickets for this show will be available at the door, or to reserve your tickets, contact Miltonvale Park at (902) 368-3090 or visit miltonvalepark.com. This show is supported by the PEI 2014 Fund. The Milton Community Hall is located at 7 New Glasgow Road, just at the intersection of Rtes. 224 & 7, in North Milton