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Tracadie Players delights for a decade at community dinner theatre
2019 marks 20th year for Summerside's Esther Finkle Fund’s Walk for Kids
ATLANTIC SKIES: Earth's sister planet?
Youth chess mini-camp Oct. 19 in Charlottetown
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Students travel off-Island for events
Skating program registration filling fast across P.E.I.
Summerside musician Alli Walker releases debut CD after 10 years of creating it
Alli Walker is riding a wave of success. After crashing onto the Canadian music scene at the Cavendish Beach Music Festival this summer, the P.E.I. singer-songwriter is celebrating the release of her debut album. “I’m so excited and ...
ON TRACK: Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ marks milestone
The Beatles. “Abbey Road”. 50th Anniversary deluxe boxed set. I could stop right there. For some people, that would be all the encouragement they needed to go in search of this truly remarkable re-issue. For some others, ...
GUEST SERMON: Climate crisis and hope
Pastor David Brewster Special to the Guardian Seasons of climate crisis have existed in many forms for centuries. Long before there were automobiles, factories and the mass extraction of fossil fuels, the Bible speaks of climate ...
4-H Canada announces P.E.I.’s 2019 John Deere scholarship winner
Fifteen 4-H members from across Canada received $1,000 each towards their post-secondary education, thanks to the support of John Deere Canada. Fiona Nicholson was the P.E.I. winner of the scholarship. “We received an impressive variety ...
Gender creative family P.E.I. pilot program deemed a success
Gender creative children flourish in environments where they are supported by the adults in their lives says the PEERS Alliance. That’s why it developed a pilot program to nourish growing families called Roots & Shoots. PEERS, in ...
P.E.I. authors share their favourite supernatural tales in time for Halloween
The arrival of the Halloween season puts many people in the mood for a few spine-tingling ghost stories. With this in mind, The Guardian asked P.E.I. authors Marian Bruce and Julie Watson to share some of their favourite spooky ...
Paper Lions celebrating milestone with Super Show Oct. 19, new album
David Cyrus MacDonald remembers getting a call from songwriter John MacPhee in 2004, asking him to join a band for the summer. MacDonald, a UPEI music student at the time, recalls being impressed with his pitch. “John said, ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Talking turkey and creating a cake
First, a few reminders about the Thanksgiving turkey. If it is frozen, the safest way to defrost turkey is to put it in the refrigerator so that the exterior will stay cold while the inside thaws. That takes a while so allow about 24 hours ...
Fourth annual Haunted Farm starts Oct. 11 at Kool Breeze Farms in Summerside
With Halloween quickly approaching, the fourth annual Haunted Farm will be returning to Summerside, presented by the College of Piping. The tradition was started by the recently closed Spotlight School of Arts. Reasha Walsh, the ...
P.E.I. actress Sophia Bell picks up award for 'Sunnyside' at FIN Atlantic International Film Festival
When P.E.I. actress Sophia Bell was sitting in the audience at the recent FIN Atlantic International Film Festival.award ceremony, she was not expecting to hear her name called. Feeling surprised, she walked up to the podium where she was ...