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P.E.I. woman named one of Canada's top Black leaders by Chatelaine magazine
Shamara Baidoobonso says she feels a tremendous responsibility to make a difference in the Black community on P.E.I. The 35-year-old provincial epidemiologist, who lives in Stratford, was recently named by Chatelaine as one of two Islanders on the ...
P.E.I. historian to kick off Tuesday Talk lecture series
The 16th edition of the Tuesday Talks series, organized by the Acadian Museum of P.E.I., will be launched on Sept. 22. The series, which did not take place during the summer due to the pandemic, will include four talks, two in French and two ...
BETH CLINTON: Craft kits for kids, virtual book chat and old movies all available at the library
Hey students, the Friends of the Library group is hiring for a part-time position. Check the library’s Facebook page (PEI Public Library Service) or register for the Young Canada Works program and search for the job. And if you’re a ...
Special guests announced for Ceilidh In the City outdoor show
The crew from the Ceilidh in the City is back for its second-to-last show in the Live from the Brackley Drive-In series on Saturday. This show will feature four special guests, including Terry Dunsford, Kevin and Joanne Blacquiere and Larry ...
Phase II and Friends head outdoors for gospel concert
Christian Reformed Church on Mount Edward Road in Charlottetown will be the site of an outdoor gospel concert on Sunday, Sept. 20. This concert, which will feature a wide variety of gospel styles, will be performed by Phase II and Friends ...
James Mullinger brings his comedy to the Kings Playhouse
British comedian James Mullinger takes the stage Sept. 19-20 at the Kings Playhouse in Georgetown – his first performances in the eastern P.E.I. community. Having taken much of Canada by storm, Mullinger has sold-out shows across the ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Reflections on preserving
Fortunately, I had a sizeable stash of Mason jars, and wasn’t affected when the current shortage of preserving bottles struck. Last week I made a second batch of canned stewed tomatoes, and used the last of our garden cucumbers in Lady Ross ...
Traditional duo to perform at the Trailside Music Hall
The traditional music duo of Jesse Periard and Rowen Gallant will be appearing at the new Trailside Music Hall in Charlottetown on Sept. 18, 7:30 p.m., with a new set of songs, tunes and stories. Having toured successfully for six years ...
Global Music Match connects three P.E.I. musicians to audiences around the world
The coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) pandemic has been hard on musicians, especially touring ones who make a living playing live shows around the globe and who often thrive off meeting new people. For Island singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan, the ...
Chaisson Trio onstage in Charlottetown Friday night
The Chaisson Trio with Kevin Chaisson, Rannie MacLellan and Louise Chaisson-MacKinnon will perform at the ceilidh on Friday, Sept. 18, in the Katherine Hughes Memorial Hall at the Irish Cultural Centre. There will be a 50/50 draw during the ...