Ceilidh series kicks off Jan. 13
Wellness grants to assist 23 community groups in P.E.I.
P.E.I. mammals book launch this Feburary in Summerside
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: P.E.I. high school students preparing for end of semester
New exhibitions opening this month at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery
New policy to strengthen diversity in P.E.I. public service
Snowshoe event at Pigot’s Trail, Mount Stewart Jan. 25
The public is encouraged to get active this winter by taking part in an upcoming snowshoe event. The Hillsborough River Association, with the support of the Rural Municipality of Mount Stewart and the Eastern Region Sport and Recreation Council, ...
TRACEY EVISON: Kanye West’s first gospel album 'hits the mark'
One of the most talked about Christian music releases over the past two months has been Jesus is King from Kanye West. West has been best known for his often-explicit rap/hip-hop albums and for his marriage to Kim Kardashian. Understandably, ...
GUEST SERMON: 'Be Born Again'
John 3:7: “You should not be surprised at my saying, 'You must be born again.' “ These are the words Jesus spoke to the Pharisee, Nicodemus, when he came to Jesus by night because Nicodemus knew he was from God. As Nicodemus ...
P.E.I. comic makers go beyond the frames
A little under one year ago, three Island graphic artists came together to publish a 72-page graphic novel. Now Sandy Carruthers, Robert Doan and Greg Webster are showing the original artwork used in their first edition in a new exhibition ...
Nathan Wiley Band in Charlottetown Jan. 18
Popular Canadian singer-songwriter and Summerside native Nathan Wiley will be playing the Pourhouse in Charlottetown with his full, four-piece band Saturday, Jan. 18. A three-time ECMA and five-time Music P.E.I. award winning artist, Wiley ...
Queens County Music festival to run April 27-May 8
The Queens County Music Festival will run April 27 to May 8 in Charlottetown. The festival welcomes the following adjudicators: Rebekah Maxner for pre-junior and junior piano; Maureen Batt, vocal and choral, Glen Montgomery for intermediate, ...
STAGE DOOR: Jimmy the Janitor heading to P.E.I.
It’s that time again. It’s January and a certain Cape Breton funny man is calling me. With his orange hat and bright blue overalls, Jimmy the Janitor has brightened the lives of Canadians for over 30 years with his colourful but ...
Winter, spring plays announced in Abram-Village
After a difficult start with the production of the French Christmas play "Le cadeau", Le Théâtre du Soleil Oublié Group is back in force with two upcoming French plays for winter and spring. The troupe is offering ...
PCH benefits from 'Concert of Hope'
BETH CLINTON: P.E.I. Book Awards deadline Jan. 31
Happy 2020! It’s an even numbered year and all authors out there know what that means—Prince Edward Island Book Awards! The awards celebrate the best in books by Islanders. Awards are given every two years in four categories: ...