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!
Spring Park United Church, 65 Kirkwood Dr. Charlottetown, is having their annual spring yard sale. Mark your calendars! It will be Saturday April 7th from 8 am to 2 pm, earlier in the spring than in previous years and with extended hours. Many household items, extensive selection of jewelry, sports equipment, furniture, books, puzzles, electronics, bedding, curtains, crafts, children’s toys and home decor.
Storytime: A Student Showcase, written and performed by the Atlantic Academy students.
The Queens County Music Festival Association will present the Rose Bowl Competition at Dr. Steel Recital Hall, UPEI on May 4th, 2018. Outstanding student musicians will compete for the Festival’s most prestigious awards. The Junior concert will begin at 6:00 PM and the Intermediate/Advanced musicians will perform beginning at 7:30 PM. Admission is $5.00. Come and enjoy excellent music performed by the stars of the future.
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.
Direct from the Las Vegas Stage
Jay White is America’s Diamond
A musical tribute to the incomparable Neil Diamond
For over 25 years, Jay White has continued to stretch his singing and acting talents, while reflecting the stage persona of one of the world’s best loved musical icons. Validation came from Hollywood Director Ron Howard, who in 2008 cast Jay to play Neil Diamond in the Academy Award nominated film “Frost/Nixon”. In 2002, Jay began his 8 years as a Las Vegas showroom headliner at the Riviera, sparking national interest and recognition. Leeza Gibbons of “Entertainment Tonight” wrote: “He’s uncanny and truly amazing!” While Ron Howard said, “Your portrayal of Neil Diamond was excellent.”
In 1996 and again in 2002, White met Diamond before his Vegas MGM appearances, where Neil told Jay to “keep up the good work” and autographed a photo of the two signing, “Jay, keep singing, so I can stay home and relax, your friend in music.”
From passionate crowds rushing the stage at corporate events, to 1500 enthusiastic alumni at Princeton University, to the cheers of some 18,000 screaming fans in several Salt Lake City performances, White is grateful that his years of hard work and dedication are still so convincing and so appreciated.
This is a family friendly event, you can even bring along your favourite four legged friends! We will have some fun costume items and we encourage you to get a team together, plan a fun theme or team shirt (Don’t forget your blue for Alzheimers!) and show your support for Islanders going through this journey.
By participating in PEI’s Walk for Alzheimer’s, you are helping to ensure that families and caregivers receive education and support through our programs and services. All funds raised will stay on our Island!
We will have prizes for the following Charlottetown winners
Top Individual Fundraiser
Top Team Fundraisers
Top Long Term Care Fundraiser
Have a question? Contact Kate at 902-370-3136 or by email at [email protected]
To fans of the world’s longest-running television drama, William Roache MBE simply is Coronation Street.
Roache has played Ken Barlow for more than 57 years, ever since the first episode of Corrie premiered Dec. 9, 1960.
His portrayal of the often-conflicted patriarch of the troubled Barlow clan—a frustrated intellectual with a lifelong way with women—has earned accolades and numerous awards.
It’s made Roache one of Britain’s most-beloved actors, a TV titan whose popularity is impossible to overstate among the loyal followers of the kitchen-sink drama seen in dozens of countries and airing weeknights and Sunday mornings in Canada on CBC.
This intimate one-on-one onstage interview allows William Roache to give fans a rare glimpse into his personal life. Audiences will be enthralled as he shares stories about his experiences on the famous set, the plotlines and the actors he has worked with over five decades, many of whom are equally adored by loyal audiences.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an audience with true Coronation Street royalty and no fan will want to miss it.
The Summerside Community Choir’s 40th Anniversary Event.
Stratford Community Choir will be present their Spring Concert on June 3rd at Park Royal United Church beginning at 7:00pm. Special guests are FORTE a men’s chorus from Charlottetown. Adults $10.00, children 12 and over $5.00 or family $25.00. Tickets are available from choir members and at the door.