1. WE SUPPORT Poster Campaign
WE SUPPORT is a poster campaign celebrating PEI Citizen Advocacy 25 years of service, matching adult Islanders with an intellectual disability with adult Islanders. WE SUPPORT posters are a way for businesses, organizations, government to participate in the celebrations organized for PEI Citizen Advocacy’s 25th anniversary, Friday, November 18, 2011. Any business, organization, retail outlet who would like a poster to post in their work place during the week of Monday, November 14 through till Friday, November 18, can contact Rosalind at PEI Citizen Advocacy office 902.566.3523 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Over PEICA’s 25 years, almost 100 matches have been formed providing companionship and support to almost 200 Islanders. PEI Citizen Advocacy is a
grassroots volunteer organization located at 81 Prince St. in the VRC in Charlottetown, PEI.
“Bringing Islanders Together” tells the stories of eleven friendships between adults with intellectual disabilities and volunteers of PEI Citizen Advocacy. This exhibit will be launched on Friday, November 18, at The Haviland Club at 7pm as part of PEI Citizen Advocacy’s 25th anniversary celebrations. Photographed by Shelly Connell Photography eleven matches are presented in this exhibit doing what they normally do in their friendship. Shelly Connell volunteered her time and resources to this project. Donations for the cost of framing this exhibit are welcome at the launch or by contacting PEI Citizen Advocacy office 902. 566. 3523 or email@example.com The Haviland Club is located at 1 Rochford St. in Charlottetown.
PEI Citizen Advocacy 25th Anniversary Celebration
All are welcome to attend PEI Citizen Advocacy’s 25th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, November 18, 2011 at the Haviland Club. Reception begins at 7 P. M. followed by a program of stories, art, theatre and congratulations. The evening will conclude with music by Jon Rehder and friends. Presentations in theatre will be made by Island play write Vian Emery and her friend Kim, painting by Mary Curtis and her friend Carolyn and “Bringing Islanders Together” photographic exhibit by Shelly Connell Photography. PEI Citizen Advocacy will launch it’s new logo. Food and beverage provided. Dress celebratory. For more information contact Rosalind at PEICA office 902. 566. 3523 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. ProfitLearn Internal Fraud Prevention Forum
Wednesday November 23, 2011
8:30 am – noon
Rodd Mill River Resort
A special half-day session for business owner-operators, focusing on the impacts of internal theft & fraud, red flags, controls, real life stories, and more…
- RCMP Commercial Crime Officer
- Accountant/Certified Fraud Examiner
- Keynote presentation from a business recovering from the impacts of fraud in their workplace
Panel of Experts: “Advice I Would Give Small Business Owners About Managing Fraud”
- Mary Best, CA, Partner, Arsenault, Best, Cameron, Ellis Chartered Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiner
- Karen A. Campbell, QC, Partner Cox & Palmer Law Firm
- Corporal Troy MacLean RCMP, Certified Fraud Examiner
- Ellen Rennie, Certified Human Resource Professional
- and insurance broker
Facilitator: Jeanette MacAulay, Director, UPEI Centre for Life-Long Learning
To register: Cost: only $25 + GST /person
To register: Barb MacDonald Rural Action Centre, Alberton
email@example.com Tel: 853-3616
More information: http://profitlearn.upei.ca
SOME PREVIOUS LISTINGS
1. Acorn Press Launches New Poetry Book by Dianne Morrow
Thursday, November 10, 7 p.m., Haviland Club
What Really Happened Is This: A Poetry Memoir by Dianne Hicks Morrow will be launched on Thursday, November 10 at 7 p.m. at the Haviland Club, corner of Haviland and Water Streets. Everyone is invited.
Written over a period of ten years, this poetry memoir is not only a tribute to Morrow’s mother and father, but also an exploration of the journey we all eventually face—coming to terms with the loss of our parents.
“This moving testimony of a daughter’s love for her ageing parents is courageous, intimate and plain-speaking, qualities that make it hard to put down – a rare achievement in a poetry collection,” states UPEI Writer-in-Residence Louise Oxley, a Tasmanian poet.
At the launch Dianne will give a reading from her new book, donating her reading fee to the P.K. Page Trust Fund being established by the League of Poets.
Well-known musician Margie Carmichael will play guitar during the book signing. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free.
Morrow has two other books published by Acorn Press: Long Reach Home (poetry) in 2002, and Kindred Spirits: Relationships That Spark The Soul (non-fiction) in 2005. Her award-winning poetry has been published in literary journals across Canada. A past-president of the PEI Writers’ Guild and a Life Writing course instructor at Seniors College, Morrow was the 2008 recipient of the Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Literary Arts on PEI.
Contacts: Terrilee Bulger, Publisher, The Acorn Press: (902) 221 1061; e-mail: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dianne Morrow, 672-2013, e-mail: <email@example.com>
2. WHAT to WEAR, WHERE 2011 with FreshImage360°
Come and enjoy an evening of fun & fashion and find out just what to wear, where with stylist Margaret Gallant of Fresh Image 360°. She will share the latest and greatest of this seasons holiday wear. There will be a virtual makeover, with some lucky gals getting a new holiday look. Find out how to shop for your shape saving you time and money.
What is the deal on makeup, hair styles and clothes? Let’s ask the professionals.
Grab your gal pals for a fun, entertaining and educational evening all in one.
Great door prizes and vendors present all evening.
When: Thursday, November 10th, 2011
Where: Belvedere Golf Club, Charlottetown, PE.
Tickets: $20 each
To purchase tickets:
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 902-566-3906 or 902-394-4625.
2011 Coats for Kids Campaign: You can help ensure every Island child has a warm coat this winter. Feel free to bring your gently used kids’ coats and snow suits and will donate them to Coats for Kids.
3. Healing Touch Canada
A nurturing Energy Therapy
for Health Care Professionals
& Persons Committed to Healing
November 11-12, 2011
Healing Touch International
Endorsed by the
Canadian Holistic Nurses Association &
American Holistic Nurses Association
Visit our website at: http://www.healingtouchcanada.net
for class schedules, Recommended Reading List, Certified HT Practitioner listing, Practice Groups, and Conferences/Retreats.
HEALING TOUCH CANADA INC.
Certified Educational Institution
RR#2, Warsaw, Ontario K0L 3A0
4. Folk Dancing
Sunday, November 13th, 7-9pm at the Bonshaw CommunityCentre, 25 Green Road.
Learn folk dances from around the world, circle dances and contra dances. No partner or experience is necessary – dances are called and easy! All ages are welcome. Admission is by donation-suggested $2 each or $5 per family. For more information phone Marion Copleston and Tony Reddin at 675-4093.
5. It’s that time of year again…
It’s that time of year again – Pat Robinson is taking on two initiatives this season:
A) Pajamas for the Soup Kitchen Xmas Baskets: If you can donate new or gently used pajamas for men, women, or children, please call Pat: 566-4388 at 6 Nottingham Ave, Sherwood regarding any questions and for pick up and delivery. There is also a drop off box at CLIA or you can give bagged items to Kelly Robinson.
B) Xmas Puddings!: $12 per pudding – beautifully decorated – perfect for gifts or hosting parties. Proceeds to PEI People First (self advocate adults with intellectual challenges) and a smaller donation to the PEI Humane Society. Since she started, Pat has raised $15,000 for local charities! Please call Pat: 566-4388 at 6 Nottingham Ave, Sherwood or contact Kelly Robinson at 368-4017.
Thanks for any support you can offer – Pat is very proud of the work she does and with all your help, she is able to make large donations to local charities.
6. Emerging Pathways for Island Agriculture
7PM Thursday, November 17, 2011
Farm Centre, 420 University Avenue
The PEI ADAPT Council invites you to our Project Expo, The leaders of several projects , supported by the PEI ADAPT Council, will give a brief presentation highlighting their progress and accomplishments. They will also describe the potential benefits their undertakings may have for the agriculture industry and all of Prince Edward Island.
REGISTRATION IS FREE and is open to anyone with an interest in the future of the Island’s agricultural and agri-food production. However, pre-registration is necessary as space is limited. Refreshments will be provided.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP) provides funding to the ADAPT Council to enable producers to seize opportunities, respond to new and emerging issues, and test solutions to new and ongoing issues
For more information call 902-368-2005 or Email: email@example.com
7. PRRO Rally
Saturday, November 19 · 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Peace Fountain by Province House on Grafton Street
PRRO – Prince Edward Island Reproductive Rights Organization – is organizing a reproductive rights rally to inform residents of Prince Edward Island what reproductive rights women are entitled to as decreed by the Canadian Government in 1988, but are being denied in Prince Edward Island.
Come out and have some coffee or tea, enjoy some busking, listen to informative speakers, learn something new and support a great cause.
Speaker List to follow.
There will also be a drop-off box for a Women’s ‘Zine. Please feel free to drop off any creative/ informative pieces you would like to contribute.
For more information about PRRO please visit PRRO’s facebook group at :
“Forcing a woman, by threat of criminal sanction, to carry a fetus to term unless she meets certain criteria unrelated to her own priorities and aspirations, is a profound interference with a woman’s body and thus a violation of her security of the person.”
– Chief Justice Brian Dickson
8. PEIBWA Upcoming Events
Lunch and Learn – Alberton
“Generating Positive Publicity”
Presented by: Lori Mayne, Writer, Educator, Professional Communicator, and former Journalist
Do you cringe when a reporter calls? Do you wonder why your business doesn’t get coverage from local media? This session will give you tips on dealing effectively with the media and generating positive publicity for your business. You will learn how to attract media coverage, identify potential media opportunities, craft a press release, and direct a media interview.
Location: Alberton Business Centre
Date: Thursday, November 24th, 2011
Time: 12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost: Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST)
To register, please contact Elizabeth Noonan by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (902) 436-0386 or Toll Free 1-877-268-2111. Registration deadline: Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011 at 12:00 noon.
Lunch and Learn – Charlottetown
“Learn How to Make Money for Your Business”
Presented by: Tracey Allen, T. Allen Consulting
There are essentially only two ways to make more money – you sell or work more, increasing your revenue, or you save money by reducing your expenses.
This Lunch & Learn based on the upcoming book, “5 R’s to Saving Money for Your Business”, will focus primarily on how to save money using the 5 R’s of saving. Some of these may be familiar but others will be new to you and will assist in creating a more profitable business for you going into the future.
The main areas of business will be the focus of savings including the all-important input costs or costs to produce your product or service.
Location: Rodd Royalty Inn, Capital Drive, Charlottetown
Date: Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
Time: 12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost: Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST)
To register, please contact Paula Laybolt by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (902) 892-6040 or Toll Free 1-866-892-6040. Registration deadline: Friday, November 25th, 2011 at 4:00 pm.
Please note: If you register for a Lunch and Learn session and are unable to attend, please let us know 48 hours in advance. People who do not cancel in advance will be invoice.
9. Seniors’ Symposia: “Putting Your Affairs in Order”
Following on it’s highly successful Senior’s Symposia in the spring, the Community Legal Information Association (CLIA) is sponsoring two additional Seniors’ Symposia in November – one in Souris and another in O’Leary.
The symposia, funded by the Seniors’ Secretariat of PEI and the Community Foundation of PEI, will provide information to help you plan ahead for your health, financial affairs, legal affairs and other concerns. The sessions will run from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Refreshments and a hot lunch will be provided.
There is no cost to participants but participants must pre-register by calling CLIA at 892-0853 or 1-800-240-9798. Please call to register for one of the following sessions:
Souris – Monday, November 14 – Silver Threads Club, Main Street – 9:30AM – 3:30PM – registration deadline is November 10.
O’Leary – Friday, November 18 – O’Leary Community Complex, 18 Community Street – 9:30AM – 3:30PM – registration deadline is November 15.
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