Walter Ching was one of the performers to take the stage during a ceilidh at the Seniors Active Living Centre this past Sunday afternoon. The regular musical events features performers from across the Island. 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. J. Watson MacNaught, Summerside. 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.
continues on Jan. 28 - “Australian Railway: Tropics to Tasmania” (57 minutes). Many videos are drawn from the collection of the late Blanche Hogg. The public is invited to bring a lunch. The Friends of Eptek will provide tea, coffee and cookies. Films are screened Thursdays at noon; there is no admission. Donations for refreshments are accepted.
are Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m., at Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond Street, Charlottetown, Room 303. The dances are called and done with four couples in a square set to Don Messer-style music. No partner is necessary to attend, and dress is casual. For more information, call The Tamarackers at 902-629-1869.
are for ages two to four as well as musical theatre classes for ages five to seven and eight to 13. Go to http://kingsplayhouse.com/classworkshops or call the playhouse at 1-888-346-5666 for more information.
are held on Saturday mornings at The Guild, Charlottetown. A 10-week winter session started Jan. 16, with a free trial class. Enjoy singing, dancing, playing, bonding, learning. RSVP to thebrightredmud.ca or 902-3149924. Limited spots are available, so register early.
with drama classes for ages four and up. Visit Class Act PEI on Facebook, call 902-3702907 or email email@example.com for more information. Staggered payment plans are available.