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The Guild adding some funk to its Christmas lineup with Caribbean-style dance and music show
Reequal Smith, the woman behind P.E.I.’s only Black-owned dance company, Oshun Dance Studios, is adding some festive funk to Charlottetown's holiday lineup. Calypso Secrets, a show choreographed by Smith who also performs in it, fuses ...
Beolach, MacMaster, the Gilberts among 2021 Canadian Folk Music Award nominees
Artists from all four Atlantic Canadian provinces were represented among the 2021 Canadian Folk Music Award nominees announced on Tuesday. The video for the reveal of the list of contenders began with a rousing cross-country singalong of the Small ...
New Art Lending Program launched in Summerside
A beautiful piece of art is known to stir the soul and give rise to an abundance of feelings and creativity, and for that reason it is hoped people will embrace the new art lending program in Summerside. It is an initiative of Wyatt Heritage ...
Summerside couple using unexpected decoration windfall to make Christmas display for seniors
“They would love to see a Santa on the roof.” That was the request that sent Nick Cameron and his husband, Richard Rogers, on a quest to bring a bit of holiday cheer to the residents of Wedgwood Manor long-term care ...
P.E.I. artisans get creative to sell wares while COVID-19 restricts craft fairs
Patricia McLean’s fudge pulled her out of the water this year. The Souris artisan, who runs P.E.I. Seaglass and Oh Fudge! P.E.I. Potato Fudge, two businesses which benefit from tourists and also local events like craft fairs and artisan ...
P.E.I. HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Kinkora hosting parent council meeting
Kinkora Regional High School A parent council meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the KRHS library. Parent council is an opportunity for parents and the school to meet and discuss any issues relevant to KRHS students' education. ...
Canoe Cove boy who lost his sight to be supported by Christmas fundraiser
For three-year-old Jake Kislingbury, it sure is good to be home from the hospital. "He was just petrified for such a long time," his mother Verity said. The Canoe Cove boy started having bad headaches in May. He was soon airlifted to ...
GREEN FILE: A winter survival pandemic primer for gardeners
For those of us who have enjoyed months of outdoor activity, the prospect of knee-deep snow and cold temperatures sends shivers down our back. Which is why we have created the pandemic primer for gardeners. There is much to ...
P.E.I.’s Giving Tuesday theme is patience, kindness and generosity
Charities on Prince Edward Island feel it is even more important in this pandemic year to share the significant charitable work being done throughout the province. P.E.I.’s Giving Tuesday spokesman Kent Hudson says with adopting chief public ...
GUEST SERMON: When the simple becomes profound
Can you remember the name of the first baby born on P.E.I. this year? It’s been a year to remember and forget. With over a month to go, many people are wishing 2020 to be done and gone. A simple virus has led to a global pandemic. The ...