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Thursday September 29th, 2016

Island Storytelling Festival: New Waves

Wyatt Heritage Properties Inc. presents the 12th annual Island Storytelling Festival: New Waves. The festival is the opportunity to experience the ancient art of storytelling at its finest. Prince Edward Island is known as a land of stories with unique home-grown storytellers. The festival will feature two different forms of storytelling, each equally entertaining and educational. On both nights the stories will be about the Island and its people. On Thursday, September 29th   three Island storytellers will entertain with their own unique styles of storytelling. Names will be announced at a later date. On Thursday, October 6th the stories will be told through the recording of radio dramas before a live audience. Island historic happenings are written into radio dramas that local voice actors and foleys bring to life in the manner of early live radio.


Plan to be part of The Island Storytelling Festival: New Waves. The venue is Eptek Art and Culture Centre located at 130 Heather Moyse Drive on the beautiful Summerside Waterfront. Eptek is part of the Wyatt Centre complex which houses the Harbourfront Theatre. As the festival takes place over two Thursday evenings plan to take in the many cultural activities spread across the Island as part of Canadian Culture Days, September 30th and October first and second.

Friday September 30th, 2016




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Western Capitals Home Game

Published on Wednesday September 28th, 2016

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Western Capitals postponed game vs Campbellton Tigers from September 24th has been rescheduled for Sunday, October 2nd at 2pm. The Caps and Tigers will also play October 1st at 7pm in the EastLink Arena.

Planned Power Outage - October 1, 2016

Published on Tuesday September 27th, 2016

~ by Municipal Services

Planned Power Outage  - Saturday October 1st,2016   SUMMERSIDE- The City of Summerside would like to inform the public of a planned power outage(weather permitting) which will take place from 1 am until approximately 6am this Saturday morning October 1st,2016. Areas of the City that will be impacted are highlighted in red below:       This outage is necessary to conduct system upgrades and repairs. The City apologizes… read more

Innovation RFP

Published on Tuesday September 27th, 2016

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