Ceilidh series kicks off Jan. 13
Breadalbane residents invited to meeting on rural health
P.E.I. author was recent guest speaker at St. Peters Cathedral, Charlottetown
GUEST SERMON: Understanding suffering in today's world
Matt Man comedy hypnotist to perform at the Harbourfront Theatre in Summerside on Feb. 1
Wedge and Hogan-Chandler join Treble with Girls in Stratford Jan. 26
P.E.I. pharmacists say removing barriers key to quitting smoking
Quitting smoking is the single most impactful step an individual can take in improving their health. Studies have shown that working with a health care provider to create a personalized quit plan, supported by both quit-smoking medications ...
MARGARET PROUSE: The kitchen as a classroom
The world is full of things to learn, and I learned some new things in the kitchen last week. Tartiflette is a dish that was, until last week, unknown to me. The dish is said to have originated in the Savoy region of the Alps. However, another ...
Tribute to The Highwaymen coming to P.E.I. theatre on Feb. 4
A Musical Tribute to The Highwaymen is touring The Maritimes with six shows, Feb. 4-9, kicking off with a performance on Feb. 4 in Summerside at the Harbourfront Theatre. The Highwaymen travelled the world performing country music hits to millions ...
Additional tickets available for Bruce Guthro Songwriters Circle P.E.I.
Due to an overwhelming number of requests for tickets to the Bruce Guthro Songwriters Circle P.E.I., a limited number of extra seats have been added. The concert is set for Jan. 31, 8 p.m., at the Delta Prince Edward, Jan. 31, in ...
Winter Variety Show at Charlottetown's Irish Hall on Jan. 25
The Benevolent Irish Society, reviving a long-standing tradition, is hosting a Winter Variety Show on Saturday, Jan. 25, in the Katherine Hughes Memorial Hall at the Irish Cultural Centre at 582 North River Rd. The show will feature an array ...
Ledwell, Haines return to P.E.I. stage with ‘wacky’ show
In January, Islanders batten down the hatches for what winter throws at us. But by the first of February, it’s high time to throw those doors open and get out again for a spirited night. Join comedian Patrick Ledwell and musician Mark Haines ...
Islanders to protest U.S. sanctions, war on Iran Jan. 25
A P.E.I. group is taking part in a global day of protest this weekend to say, “no sanctions-no war” against the people of Iran. On Saturday, Jan. 25, the Island Peace Committee with gather for a peace rally in front of the Coles ...
P.E.I. communities celebrate learning on Family Literacy Day, Jan. 27
Communities across the Island will come together on Jan. 27 to celebrate Family Literacy Day and the benefits of reading and learning together. The P.E.I. Literacy Alliance, schools and libraries are making special efforts to bring awareness ...
Jimmy the Janitor on P.E.I. for two shows
Comedian Jimmy the Janitor, one of Canada’s most popular comedy characters, is packing up his funniest new comedy and heading to P.E.I. in early 2020. The Crowd Will Be Roarin’ Tour heads down east on Jan. 31 for his first ...
P.E.I. author, artist team up to write children's book demystifying trip to eye doctor
Marlene Bryenton is passionate about writing. After her story, Secret Garden Angel, was published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels All Around, she started looking for another prose project. “Getting published gave me the courage to ...