Mu­si­cians make do­na­tion

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT - Pin­hole Pho­tog­ra­phy Gallery, The Pur­cell Par­lour Art Gallery, Red House Art Gallery, The Prince Ed­ward Is­land Reg­i­ment Mu­seum,

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@ pin­hole­pho­to­ or visit­hole­pho­to­gallery 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 @deb­o­rah­ 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


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