Musicians make donation
The musicians with Ceilidh in the City recently made their annual donation to the P.E.I. Canadian Mental Health Association. Shown are Kendall Docherty, left, Peter Burke, Paul Kiley (on behalf of the Murchison Foundation) Brian Knox and Heartz Godkin, presenting proceeds from the 2015 Ceilidh In the City concert series weekly 50/50 draw. Close to $15,000 has been raised since the ceilidh series began. the home studio/darkroom of Charlottetown artist/pinhole photographer, Mary Carr-Chaisson, is open by chance or appointment. Call 902-628-1575, email mary@ pinholephotogallery.com or visit www.pinholephotogallery for more information 48 Herlihy Dr., Clyde River, features recent paintings in oil and watercolour by artist Julia Purcell, open most days by chance or appointment. Call 902-368-7526 for more information.
Mount Stewart, features watercolours by Debbie Misener. Join her or refreshments while viewing her work and the view of the Hillsborough River. The gallery is open by chance or appointment. For more information, call 902-731-2053 or send an email to debbie @deborahmisener.com. side. The genealogy centre has staff to search for ancestors. Hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Tuesday, 5-9 p.m. Call 902-432-1332 for more information.
Queen Charlotte Armoury, 3 Haviland St., Charlottetown, highlights the history and heritage of military forces on P.E.I. and Islanders at war, during peace time and on United Nations / NATO duty. As the only official military museum on P.E.I., the wide range and variety of artifacts portrays the story of the Island's military history from the Colonial Volunteer Militia period prior to Confederation to the modern era. The various exhibits illustrate the service of Islanders to their country in all of the major conflicts over the past 200 years, from the War of 1812, to the plains of South Africa, through to the fields of Flanders to the beaches of Normandy and the
will be holding Charlottetown Acting and Musical Theatre classes for children and teens at the Guild Theatre in Charlottetown for the next 12 weeks. The school is located in Summerside and Charlottetown, and offers theatre arts programs in acting, musical theatre, dance and improv as well as a class in visual arts. Students have opportunities to showcase their