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Nature Matters: Stroll, paddle and observe

Nature Matters: Stroll, paddle and observe

2020 Nature Matters!, through the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory, invites you to experience safe, outside activities set to run from summer to fall. Visit https://peptbo.ca/nature-matters.php to download a copy of the booklet, register, or check on status of the events.

Waring House hosts live music in the garden

Waring House hosts live music in the garden

Live Music in The Garden Missing the pub at the Waring House? Try The Garden Cafe! Your favourite musicians are back, performing evenings, Wednesday through Sunday, and Saturday afternoons. Click here to visit the Waring House website for the weekly lineup of live music, then come on by for the best in local and regional […]

Seniors invited to July's 'Zoom' webinars and telephone chats

Seniors invited to July’s ‘Zoom’ webinars and telephone chats

For information, and to register, call 613-476-7493 and leave a detailed message, with your phone number. Visit www.communitycareforseniors.org for more information      

Educational nature fun for children - online with PEPtBO

Educational nature fun for children – online with PEPtBO

The Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory is helping to get kids back to nature – online. PEPtBO’s popular NatureHood program usually welcomes school classes to the observatory for outdoor, curriculum-based educational activities. While the outdoor classroom is not available and schools are not in session, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the observatory’s NatureHood educators have […]

Coders, Dreamers and Game Changers at PEC Library Summer Kids programs

Coders, Dreamers and Game Changers at PEC Library Summer Kids programs

The Prince Edward County Public Library Summer Kids Programs will be held online this year for Coders, Dreamers and Game Changers. Registration is to open June 15. CODERS: Have you ever thought about how your computer communicates a message? Or how pressing buttons on a microwave or a video game creates a response? This is […]

Library website page just for kids!

Library website page just for kids!

The Prince Edward County Public Library and created a special website page for children! Visit www.peclibrary.org/kids for a changing selection of videos, books and a calendar of story time and Makerstation events to watch from home. Join the library on Facebook for regular events!

Take a stroll through Glenwood Cemetery with group chat

Take a stroll through Glenwood Cemetery with group chat

Seniors 60+ are invited to take a stroll through Glenwood Cemetery with Sandra Latchford, Friday, June 29

Sixth County Radiothon goes forward - live and pre-recorded

Sixth County Radiothon goes forward – live and pre-recorded

99.3 County FM is producing a COVID-19 safe format for its sixth annual Radiothon. Dr. Elizabeth Christie has been named Honourary Chair for the June 25-28 fundraising event for the County’s member-owned, volunteer operated, not-for-profit community radio station. The annual four-day event, which raises funds to keep the station growing and on the air, will […]

Join in on author chat with Jane Christmas

Join in on author chat with Jane Christmas

Register to join in an author chat with Jane Christmas, from her home in England, June 24 at 11 a.m. Click here https://www.peclibrary.org/events/author-chat-with-jane-christmas/

PEC Library supports home learning - for all ages!

PEC Library supports home learning – for all ages!

The County of Prince Edward Public Library offers several home learning programs – for all ages – accessed with your library card. No card? No problem. Call 613-476-5962 or email frdesk@peclibrary.org to get a free card and PIN number.

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