Join Michael Pendergast with guest: Tom Mcswiggan for an evening filled with authentic music and stories from the Island. We’ll have you swaying to fisherman songs and on the hook with every story, while enjoying some delicious Acadian Oyster Pie.
Family Place’s Birthday Party Celebration is being hosted by Family Place, St. Eleanors Community Centre, 1 West Drive., St. Eleanors, on Fri. Sept. 15 from 5-7 pm. All families with preschoolers are invited to attend this FREE fun filled party. Party includes Magic Show by Mr. Magic, Music by The Music Man – Mike Pendergast, Crafts, Toddler World, Miniature Golf, Lego Mania, Pizza & Birthday Cake. Registration is not required. For more information, drop in to Family Place call 436-1348 or [email protected]
A Taste of India on PEI’s North Shore. Join Food Network Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij and our own Chef Andrew Millar to experience a succulent Indian dining experience featuring all things lamb! Our Fall Flavours Namaste Lamb Dinner, inspired by PEI local lamb providers, will be served up over a four-course meal.
A Bollywood theme will be the atmosphere to tantalize all your senses. With a stunning background of one Canada’s finest golf courses, The Links at Crowbush Cove, guests will enjoy a true taste of India on PEI’s North Shore while also experiencing some music, entertainment and culture from India!
Family style dining in this event will feature a variety of Indian inspired dishes from Chef Vikram Vij’s cookbook, with a little PEI flavor infused to make it even more special!
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Location: Rodds Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort
Address: 632 Lakeside Rd, Morell, PE
Admission: Early Bird: $90.00 (plus tax and service fee)
September 1 and after: $100.00 (plus tax and service fee)
Transportation*: $20.00 (Plus taxes and service fees).
Appetizers – Ground lamb and beef kebabs with mint chutney & Spiced potatoes tikki
First Course – Portobello mushrooms in a porcini cream curr
Second Course – Prawns in coconut masala
Third Course – Wine marinated lamb popsicles with a fenugreek cream curry
Dessert – Local fruit ice cream with rose water cardamom syrup
Stratford Community Expo
The annual Stratford Community Expo and Culture Day Event will be held Saturday, September 30 from 8:00 am – 11:00 am at the Stratford Town Centre 234 Shakespeare Drive.
Stratford’s Culture Day Event theme this year is carving and sculpting. There will be many local Artist demonstrating their skills using various materials. There will also be hands on opportunities.
A Pancake Breakfast, hosted by the Stratford Lions Club, 7:30 am to 11:00 am will be held in the gym. All proceeds in support of the Glen Stewart Primary and Stratford Elementary School Breakfast Programs. Tickets can be purchased at the door. $8 Adult, $5 Children (-10) or $20 Family (max 4).
The aim of the Stratford Expo is to inform Residents about local businesses and not-for-profit organizations that exist in Stratford as well as provide residents the convenience of registration for numerous activities, clubs, groups, and sports in a one stop shopping fun event for the whole family.
Par-T-perfect from 8:30 am -11:00 am.
No cost to attend the Expo or Culture Day Event and everyone is welcome!
For additional information or to register a local Stratford business or not-for-profit, please contact the Town of Stratford at 569-1995 or e-mail [email protected]
Building the best community possible.
Do you have or support someone living with type 2 diabetes?
Do you live in Charlottetown or the surrounding area?
Diabetes Canada invites you to participate in a conversation about living with type 2 diabetes in your community. We want to learn more about the community supports and challenges that impact you as a person living with diabetes.
Participants will also learn more about Diabetes Canada and other local diabetes education and support programs.
A local Christmas Market featuring vendors offering fresh seasonal greenery, baking, preserves, knitting, crafts, specialty items, Christmas Decor, local authors, Scottish gift items, and fresh local cranberries. Lunch is available. Admission is free.
Island EMS Paramedics are doing a Christmas campaign to help the salvation army at our Annual Toy & Food Drive.
Paramedics are asking the general public to drop off an unwrapped toy or food to help needy families this Christmas.
Thanks from your Island Paramedics, & Happy Holidays!
Inventive, exciting, ridiculous, this breathtaking two-man show of mishaps and acrobatics entitled PSS…PSS…will have you laughing long after you leave the theatre. Winner of 13 international prizes, including the Cirque Du Soleil prize. You have never seen anything like it.
« Bewitching…enthralling…the audience are in hysterics. Inventive and exciting, this couple of clowns will have you laughing long after you leave the theatre. »- BroadwayBaby
« One of the best clown pieces I’ve ever seen….this is a master-class in a form…outstanding! »
Writer Ivan Coyote has been creating literature for two decades and 11 books now. Joined by bassist Pebbles Willekes, drummer Sally Zori, and trumpeter Alison Gorman, these are four artists are not seeking storytelling in spite of music. Part hymn, part howl and part homage to the bent but the beautiful, the scarred but still sacred. Blending story, stomp, swagger and song to call all the tomboys to the round table to plot the downfall of the gender binary.
« [Tomboy Survival Guide is]…about family. An emotionally powerful memoir by a great storyteller about normal life. » – The Globe and Mail
What if you always had someone in your corner? Someone who was there for you no matter what.
On Sunday, May 6, unite with other allies in your community and let youth from across Prince Edward Island know that they are not alone.
Join us for a fun and inspiring day in support of Kids Help Phone at the Walk so Kids Can Talk, presented by BMO. Enjoy family activities, entertainment, BBQ and more. Starting at 12 noon in Victoria Park, next to the Kiwanis Dairy Bar and in O’Leary, at Mill River Resort.
Visit www.walksokidscantalk.ca for more information.
Que faire si vous avez toujours eu quelqu’un dans votre coin ? Quelqu’un qui était là pour vous n’importe quoi.
Le dimanche, 6 mai, s’unir avec d’autres alliés dans votre communauté et laisser les jeunes de partout dans la province qu’ils ne sont pas seuls.
Inscrivez-vous à nous pour une journée d’inspiration à l’appui de Kids Help Phone à la marche de façon à ce que les enfants peuvent parler, présenté par BMO. Profitez des activités en famille, animation, barbecue et plus encore. À partir de 12 heures dans le parc Victoria, à côté du bar laitier Kiwanis et d’O’Leary, à Mill River Resort.
Visitez le walksokidscantalk.ca pour plus d’informations.