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Nashville Warbler

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Meadowbank Waterview Cottages
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 Things To Do

Events for August 30th, 2014

Celebration Zone, Founders Week

This Anne Place Exhibit

Racing at Raceway Park

Anne of Green Gables
The Musical TM

The Lion in Winter at Watermark Theatre

The Ballad of Stompin' Tom

John A. Tweets

Stratford Farmers Market

Goose River Hall Dance

Victoria Playhouse Festival

The Best Brothers

Musical Village Programming

The Tall Ships

Richard Wood Trio World Class Kitchen Party

Watermark Theatre Summer Festival

King's Playhouse Summer Festival

Founder's Week 2014
A PEI 2014 Production

Heritage River Festival

Anne & Gilbert, The Musical

Shania Twain - Live in Concert!

2014 Charlottetown Festival

L'Exposition Agricole et le Festival Acadien

Oh, Canada Exhibit

Uncover the Island

Avonlea Show Music

1864: The Tall Hat Chronicles

Pop Up Exhibition & Sale at Gallery 18, New London

PEI 2014 Celebration Zone

Summerside Legion Kitchen Party

Elmira Railway Station - Railway Day

Eptek Summer Exhibitions

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Social Action Plan Progress Report

Diabetes Strategy

Annual Statistical Review

Beach Conditions Report

 Factoid of the Day

To convert distances from metric to Imperial, divide by .6.

 Today in Island History

On August 30 in Island history...

1947 It's one of the worst train crashes in Island history. An Eastern Coastlines bus bound for Wood Islands is torn apart by a CNR train at Wilmot crossing in southern King's County. Four people are killed and another 10 injured.

From the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation

 Aerial Photo of the Day

Waterfront in Summerside

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Aerial photograph by Birds Eye View Photo

 Island Place of the Day

Elm Point
A cape, SE. of O'Leary.

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 The Moon

Moon's Illumination for 08/30/2014

Calculated using software from Sky & Telescope

 Sunrise and Sunset

Information for: August 30, 2014

Sunrise: 06:29 AM ADT
Sunset: 07:55 PM ADT

 Charlottetown Tides

Tides for Charlottetown
Do NOT use for navigation.
Consult official tide tables.

Tide data from the
Canadian Hydrographic Service

 Environment Tip of the Day

The average car will burn three tons of gasoline in its lifetime. Florida has more vehicles than residents. The average North American car produces its own weight, or more - about 2 tons - in carbon dioxide every year.

From Environment & Energy.

 Farm & Forestry Fact of the Day

Information provided by the
PEI Agriculture Awareness Committee

Young turkeys are called poults and take 28 days to hatch.

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Agriculture and Forestry Information Centre

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