The 4th Annual North Atlantic Tionól will be held from June 8-10, 2018.
The North Atlantic Tionól is a weekend series of workshops and concerts presented by masters of the uilleann pipes, fiddle, guitar, set dancing, and bodhran from Canada, the U.S., Ireland, and the U.K.
Information on registration, concert tickets, and full schedule can be found on our website www.northatlanticpipers.org
Le 4ème Tionól Atlantique Nord annuel aura lieu du 8 au 10 juin 2018.
Le North Atlantic Tionól est une série de week-end d’ateliers et de concerts présentés par des maîtres de l’uilleann pipes, du violon, de la guitare, de la danse et du bodhran du Canada, des États-Unis, d’Irlande et du Royaume-Uni.
Vous trouverez des informations sur l’inscription, les billets de concert et l’horaire complet sur notre site Internet www.northatlanticpipers.org
The Queens County Relay for Life is a community of people fighting back against cancer. The festival-like fundraising event brings together teams of family, friends and colleagues to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those we’ve lost and commit to raising funds to fight all types of cancer. We’d love to see you out cheering on Relay participants and enjoying the evening’s activities.
Niki Jabbour, a well-known gardening author, will be speaking on how to extend the harvest into late fall and winter using season extenders like cold frames and mini hoop tunnels. She will also talk about the best crops to grow for the cold season. There will be a limited number of Niki’s book available for purchase for $25 (cash only). There will also be a book signing opportunity… purchase a book on site or bring one from home!
Join Ducks Unlimited Canada and many of our conservation partners for a FREE family fun day on June 23rd behind the Farm Centre in Charlottetown.
They will be hosting wetland activities for kids, fly-fishing demos, a free BBQ, face-painting, a wetland nature walk, retriever demonstrations and more. Musical entertainment will be provided by The Music Man (Michael Pendergast) and others.
For more information, please contact Ducks Unlimited Canada at 902-569-6024.
The Ultimate Race is coming back to PEI for it’s 3rd annual Ultimate Race happening on Saturday July 21 where teams of 2 will race around the island solving clues and competing in challenges (similar to the tv show Amazing Race) and we are in need of more teams of 2 to race. All teams receive a free backpack, free lunch, full day of challenges, an awesome after party and prizes/medals for top 3 teams. At least 1 racer per team will need a vechicle as you will be driving around the Island exploring new things. Both racers need to be 19 or older. To register go to www.ultimateevents.ca but hurry as price goes up very soon.
Description: Juno Award-winning and revolutionary rock band The Arkells, will headline a free concert in Prince Edward Island as part of the Aurora Illumination Concert Series, a summer-long celebration that will ignite every corner of Canada with free musical performances.
When: Saturday, September 8th 11AM – 4PM
Where: Second Floor Confederation Court Mall
Come take part in a full day of self-care. There are few things we take more for granted than ourselves and, while how we care for ourselves differs from person to person, the importance of it is universal. On Saturday September 8th come join Passion for Impact, a volunteer group, and learn different ways to practice self-care and treat yourself to a you-day. There will be demonstrations covered throughout the day from experts in Indian head massages, meditation, nutrition and cleansing, low waste living, mediumship, energy work and embracing your own spiritual gifts.
Tickets to the event are $35 with all proceeds going towards providing a home for an impoverished family in the Dominican Republic. For more information feel free to contact Nicole at 902-314-2755 or [email protected]. You can also find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/283123029097810/?ti=cl.
Tickets are also available on EventBrite.com
SuperWalk for Parkinson is a major fund raiser for research, advocacy and support for Parkinson Disease. It is held annually and is a family and pet friendly event. We have music, entertainment, silent auction and education done is a fun way.
La Grande Randonnée Parkinson Canada 2018 —le 9 septembre,
La Grande Randonnée Parkinson permet aux participants de recueillir des fonds et de rehausser la sensibilisation au nom de tous les Canadiens atteints de la maladie de Parkinson
The main stage of Confederation Centre will come alive with a dazzling array of world class music, dance, incredible performance art and visual art from around the globe. Together with local household names, internationally recognized artists will perform in this new festival dedicated to human connections and cultural dialogue.
This event offers an opportunity of reflection about a world in constant change. In seeming contrasts, the ageless beauty of Prince Edward Island inspires its visitors with a sense of belonging and community. Island artists are extending a warm welcome to the cultural pilgrims and ambassadors from all around the globe and together they will share their art with us- the audience. By learning and appreciating different manifestations of human intellectual achievement we do realize we are more alike than we are different. This September, Prince Edward Island becomes a truly global village.
Cool Moon commences in mid-September with “Objects of the Mind” Chinese brush and ink paintings by Dianyu Zhao, a highly regarded artist at the Chinese national level who specializes in painting nature, particularly flowers and birds. He is known as a student of « Qi’s Lineage » under the son of Baishi Qi, who is one of the two most famous painters in modern Chinese art history. This exhibition, presented in the Fred S. and Ogden Martin Concourse Gallery, is collaboration between the Great Enlightenment Buddhist Institute Society (GEBIS) and the Confederation Centre Art Gallery.
Pop-up entertainment featuring a local and visiting artists will be happening through the last week of September across the province preceding two stellar shows in Charlottetown at the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
On Saturday the 29th of September at 7pm the curtain will rise on the Homburg stage for the Cool Moon Invitational Gala. This cultural arts exchange will feature over 40 artists performing music, dance, and Chinese opera’s face-changing magic, an accredited UNESCO intangible heritage! There will be a special guest performance by Karine Ste-Marie whose songs will include her recent hit “Charlottetown” sung in both French and English.
The grand highlight of the Cool Moon Festival is a Sunday September 30th matinee with a world-class drama titled “Shangri-La”, an infusion of western modern dance with Tibetan traditional dancing by the award-winning Wanma Jiancuo Dance Company from Beijing. Special guest Lennie Gallant will open the show with several songs off his new Time Travel album plus a memorable return to Searching for Abegweit featuring indigenous dancers.
The fair has become a much anticipated community event. All are welcome and there will be fun for all ages. Here’s a look at just some of what you can expect at the fair:
Cake Walk, Face Painting, Cookie Decorating, Dunk Tank, Magic Show , MMe Zelda Fortune Telling, Scooby-Doo Rides, Family photo area, Jelly Bean Guess, Pumpkin Decorating, Pumpkin Mini Golf, Pumpkin Ring Toss, Sack Race Obstacle Course.
Bring your appetite for Pizza, Popcorn and Snow Cones
Win at the 50/50 or Class Basket Draw
New this year – Soccer Darts and Air Juggler Archery Nerf Tag