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Festivals & Events
Sep
21
Mon
SSTA: 100 ans à célébrer / Celebrating 100 years @ The Acadian Museum
Sep 21 – Oct 21 all-day

The exhibit coming up is “SSTA: 100 ans à célébrer / Celebrating 100 years”.  The official opening will be on September 20th and participants need to reserve in advance because of size restrictions. It’ll be there up to October 21st.  It will cover a resume of the 100 years of the Société Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin, which has been an important organization representing all Acadian and francophone Islanders.  Then, the Pointe-aux-Vieux exhibit will be going up and will probably be accessible to the public starting the first week of November, exhibit opening date to be determined. This exhibit features the archaeological dig that took place for a number of years at Low Point between Tyne Valley and Birch Hill. This exhibit has already been shown but many new discoveries have been made and added since then and with the 300th anniversary of the arrival of the Acadian and French people on Prince Edward Island, it was thought this would be the ideal moment to show this.

Oct
16
Fri
Haunted Theatre at The College of Piping @ The College of Piping
Oct 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping is usually a very vibrant and busy space, filled with performers and musicians using the stage to showcase their talents to full audiences.  The venue was ready to host a show earlier this year and the cast was in place for the final rehearsal with some specially invited guests in the crowd. It was an unusually eerie night.  The night was dark and quiet, the air was heavy. The performers and guests were ready.  The lights were lowered and the show began, but never finished. No one ever left the building, no one really knows what transpired and no bodies were ever found.  Then, with the venue being closed for many months, some unruly phantoms took up residence and are ready to welcome you into their Haunted Theatre.

 

As you may know, theatre staff all over the world tell stories of having ghosts haunting their venues, some are tall tales and some are true, but with our venue being only two years old, could we really have any ghosts haunting it?  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping in fact, has been taken over by ghouls and scary creatures that travelled through a portal during the closure. These macabre residents welcome you to visit them in the Haunted Theatre…if you dare!

 

Come for a visitation and make friends with our new inhabitants…don’t be afraid of the blood curdling screams you hear in the distance, or the cackling of witches as they conjure up potions from their cauldron, ignore the walking dead…they mean you no harm…probably.

 

The Haunted Theatre at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre is at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.  Visitation tours will run in small groups on a first come, first served basis starting at 7pm on Oct 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30th.

 

Tickets are $15 including taxes and fees, please visit www.collegeofpiping.com for more information or to book tickets.  This event is not recommended for family members under 13 years of age and attendees will be required to wear a non-medical mask while attending this event.

Oct
17
Sat
Haunted Theatre at The College of Piping @ The College of Piping
Oct 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping is usually a very vibrant and busy space, filled with performers and musicians using the stage to showcase their talents to full audiences.  The venue was ready to host a show earlier this year and the cast was in place for the final rehearsal with some specially invited guests in the crowd. It was an unusually eerie night.  The night was dark and quiet, the air was heavy. The performers and guests were ready.  The lights were lowered and the show began, but never finished. No one ever left the building, no one really knows what transpired and no bodies were ever found.  Then, with the venue being closed for many months, some unruly phantoms took up residence and are ready to welcome you into their Haunted Theatre.

 

As you may know, theatre staff all over the world tell stories of having ghosts haunting their venues, some are tall tales and some are true, but with our venue being only two years old, could we really have any ghosts haunting it?  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping in fact, has been taken over by ghouls and scary creatures that travelled through a portal during the closure. These macabre residents welcome you to visit them in the Haunted Theatre…if you dare!

 

Come for a visitation and make friends with our new inhabitants…don’t be afraid of the blood curdling screams you hear in the distance, or the cackling of witches as they conjure up potions from their cauldron, ignore the walking dead…they mean you no harm…probably.

 

The Haunted Theatre at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre is at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.  Visitation tours will run in small groups on a first come, first served basis starting at 7pm on Oct 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30th.

 

Tickets are $15 including taxes and fees, please visit www.collegeofpiping.com for more information or to book tickets.  This event is not recommended for family members under 13 years of age and attendees will be required to wear a non-medical mask while attending this event.

Oct
23
Fri
Haunted Theatre at The College of Piping @ The College of Piping
Oct 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping is usually a very vibrant and busy space, filled with performers and musicians using the stage to showcase their talents to full audiences.  The venue was ready to host a show earlier this year and the cast was in place for the final rehearsal with some specially invited guests in the crowd. It was an unusually eerie night.  The night was dark and quiet, the air was heavy. The performers and guests were ready.  The lights were lowered and the show began, but never finished. No one ever left the building, no one really knows what transpired and no bodies were ever found.  Then, with the venue being closed for many months, some unruly phantoms took up residence and are ready to welcome you into their Haunted Theatre.

 

As you may know, theatre staff all over the world tell stories of having ghosts haunting their venues, some are tall tales and some are true, but with our venue being only two years old, could we really have any ghosts haunting it?  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping in fact, has been taken over by ghouls and scary creatures that travelled through a portal during the closure. These macabre residents welcome you to visit them in the Haunted Theatre…if you dare!

 

Come for a visitation and make friends with our new inhabitants…don’t be afraid of the blood curdling screams you hear in the distance, or the cackling of witches as they conjure up potions from their cauldron, ignore the walking dead…they mean you no harm…probably.

 

The Haunted Theatre at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre is at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.  Visitation tours will run in small groups on a first come, first served basis starting at 7pm on Oct 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30th.

 

Tickets are $15 including taxes and fees, please visit www.collegeofpiping.com for more information or to book tickets.  This event is not recommended for family members under 13 years of age and attendees will be required to wear a non-medical mask while attending this event.

Oct
24
Sat
Haunted Theatre at The College of Piping @ The College of Piping
Oct 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping is usually a very vibrant and busy space, filled with performers and musicians using the stage to showcase their talents to full audiences.  The venue was ready to host a show earlier this year and the cast was in place for the final rehearsal with some specially invited guests in the crowd. It was an unusually eerie night.  The night was dark and quiet, the air was heavy. The performers and guests were ready.  The lights were lowered and the show began, but never finished. No one ever left the building, no one really knows what transpired and no bodies were ever found.  Then, with the venue being closed for many months, some unruly phantoms took up residence and are ready to welcome you into their Haunted Theatre.

 

As you may know, theatre staff all over the world tell stories of having ghosts haunting their venues, some are tall tales and some are true, but with our venue being only two years old, could we really have any ghosts haunting it?  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping in fact, has been taken over by ghouls and scary creatures that travelled through a portal during the closure. These macabre residents welcome you to visit them in the Haunted Theatre…if you dare!

 

Come for a visitation and make friends with our new inhabitants…don’t be afraid of the blood curdling screams you hear in the distance, or the cackling of witches as they conjure up potions from their cauldron, ignore the walking dead…they mean you no harm…probably.

 

The Haunted Theatre at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre is at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.  Visitation tours will run in small groups on a first come, first served basis starting at 7pm on Oct 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30th.

 

Tickets are $15 including taxes and fees, please visit www.collegeofpiping.com for more information or to book tickets.  This event is not recommended for family members under 13 years of age and attendees will be required to wear a non-medical mask while attending this event.

Oct
30
Fri
Haunted Theatre at The College of Piping @ The College of Piping
Oct 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping is usually a very vibrant and busy space, filled with performers and musicians using the stage to showcase their talents to full audiences.  The venue was ready to host a show earlier this year and the cast was in place for the final rehearsal with some specially invited guests in the crowd. It was an unusually eerie night.  The night was dark and quiet, the air was heavy. The performers and guests were ready.  The lights were lowered and the show began, but never finished. No one ever left the building, no one really knows what transpired and no bodies were ever found.  Then, with the venue being closed for many months, some unruly phantoms took up residence and are ready to welcome you into their Haunted Theatre.

 

As you may know, theatre staff all over the world tell stories of having ghosts haunting their venues, some are tall tales and some are true, but with our venue being only two years old, could we really have any ghosts haunting it?  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre at The College of Piping in fact, has been taken over by ghouls and scary creatures that travelled through a portal during the closure. These macabre residents welcome you to visit them in the Haunted Theatre…if you dare!

 

Come for a visitation and make friends with our new inhabitants…don’t be afraid of the blood curdling screams you hear in the distance, or the cackling of witches as they conjure up potions from their cauldron, ignore the walking dead…they mean you no harm…probably.

 

The Haunted Theatre at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre is at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.  Visitation tours will run in small groups on a first come, first served basis starting at 7pm on Oct 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30th.

 

Tickets are $15 including taxes and fees, please visit www.collegeofpiping.com for more information or to book tickets.  This event is not recommended for family members under 13 years of age and attendees will be required to wear a non-medical mask while attending this event.