2015 season is coming to an end but we still have
lots happening in September
30 More Days of Awesome Golf Package –
We’ve got the package for you to experience all that Cavendish and the Green Gables Shore has to offer in golf and culinary. Join us for a Monday – Thursday Weekday Retreat for the Month of September.
* 3 Nights Stay with Unlimited Golf for 4 Days at all of our Signature Courses (Andersons Creek, Glasgow Hills, Green Gables & Eagles Glenn)
* $75 Dining Package Included for use at three separate area restaurants (Choose from great restaurants such as Piper’s Restaurant, Carr’s Oyster Bar, The Pearl, Fisherman’s Wharf & more.)
* Free Admission to Live Entertainment During Your Stay – Presented by Carr’s Oyster Bar
All this starting at $399/person, based on quad occupancy. Choose from one of our many packages listed below and for more information visit www.cavendishbeachgolf.com
Fall Flavours is taking place through out the month of September with events happening all over PEI with 4 main events taking place within 15 minutes from us. Please visit http://fallflavours.ca/ for complete listing of details and events.
Signature Event – Taste of New Glasgow Hosted by Chef Michael Smith – Friday September 11th 6pm – 9pm $79 + HST per person. This is the kick off event for Fall Flavours this year and will be set in the pristine Gardens of Hope in downtown New Glasgow! The evening will consist of a roaming feast for all your senses! 7 camp-style, wood-burning BBQs each being manned by a local New Glasgow and area Chef/Restaurant all featuring the amazing local ingredients we have around us.
Island Chocolates “All Things Chocolate” Festival – Saturday September 12th – Victoria- By -The- Sea This annual event kicks off with a pancake breakfast at 9am and has chocolate themed events all day ending at 6pm. Events include Choco-Chess Tournament, Best Brownie Contest, Cupcake Decorating, Chocolate Hand Massage and Chocolate Therapist. Please visit http://www.islandchocolates.ca/2015Festival.html for complete details.
Culinary Event – Hoedown Throwdown Hosted by Chef Duncan Smith – Saturday September 12th 6pm – 9:30pm $68.00 +HST per person. Imagine a 1959 Dairy Barn restored to its rustic glory on 92 acres of scenic countryside. Now imagine dining in a chic upper loft enjoying a traditional spit-roasted Whole Pig Buffet. Chef Duncan will be basting our Clinton Hills pig from morning until evening. Wine garlic mussels, roasted Island herb vegetables, sweet corn are only a few of the delicious menu items offered at the buffet. Sit back and enjoy local entertainment or get on the dance floor and try a jig!
Culinary Event – Harvest Soupfest Sunday September 13th 1pm – 3pm $15. + HST per person Join us for an early fall afternoon filled with music and an array of comforting, homemade soups. This will be the fifth edition of this fundraising event which has been a delicious success each year. Various restaurants and chefs create varieties of soup made with fresh, local ingredients. For the price of your ticket, you can sample 4 different soups which come in 4oz servings, home made bread and wonderful music. Wander between our spacious new pavilion where the soup will be served and St. Mary’s Church where music will be performed all afternoon. It’s a truly old fashioned gathering where you can enjoy scrumptious fall flavours made with locally sourced products, time with friends and family, music and above all, you are helping us continue to bring you exceptional music in an extraordinary venue.
Signature Event – Savour Victoria Saturday September 19th $92.50+ HST per pseron or $112.50 + HST with Shuttle – Starting at the Victoria Playhouse, guests will stroll through village streets to explore galleries and shop, and be entertained by street performers. Local and regional wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres will be served at merchant locations. As the sun sets, guests will be seated at one of the village’s dining establishments to savour a meal created by local chefs and Dragon’s Den personality, Vikram Vij.
Culinary Event – Clinton Hills Oktoberfest Hosted by Duncan Smith Friday October 2nd 6pm – 12am $35. + HST per person Come join us at PEI’s first ever Oktoberfest. 92 acres of autumn colours, a restored 1959 dairy barn and a beer tent awaits your arrival. Enjoy locally brewed beer from PEI’s very own breweries. Clinton Hills Munich Style menu featuring beer braised pulled pork on a bun, german sausages with traditional toppings, poutine with beer gravy, warmed salted pretzels, and Malpeque oysters shucked on the half shell will be served.
Join us for live entertainment, prizes for the best Oktoberfest costume, and a night of festive fall fun.
Brackley Drive- In is open on weekends through out the month of September you cannot miss seeing their giant screen, over 5 stories tall from the ground and 72 feet wide — truly the best way to see any movie! Many hours were put into the restoration to establish its 1950s theme. Step back into the 50s when you enter the canteen, showing off its vintage Coca-Cola machine, jukebox and 1950s Morris Miner car. Truly is an experience you don’t want to miss. Visit http://www.drivein.ca/home for movie listings and show times.
Ceilidhs Stanley Bridge W.I. Hall Monday – Saturday with all shows starting at 7:30pm, door opening at 7pm and just 5 mins drive away, this is a must for a musical evening.
Monday & Wednesday- Ross Family Ceilidh Last performance September 23rd
Tuesday – Leon Gallant and Friends
Thursday – Tom McSwiggan & Michael Perndergast Last performance Sept 24th
Friday – Leon Gallant and Friends
Saturday – Richard Wood Kitchen Party
Evangeline – Charlottetown Festival Sept14 – October 10
Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PE
Returning in September 2015 is the heroic love story, Evangeline. Inspired by Longfellow’s famous poem, Evangeline was written and conceived by Ted Dykstra and recounts the tale of star-crossed lovers Gabriel and Evangeline, torn apart during the 1755 Acadian Deportation.
Anne & Gilbert the Musical
is performing at The Guild Theatre in Charlottetown Tuesday – Sundays until October 14th 2015. Please visit http://www.anneandgilbert.com/ for showtimes and ticket information.
Island Summer Review September 4, 9, 10, 11 (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Harmony House, Hunter River – Featuring comedian Patrick Ledwell and musician Mark Haines, The Island Summer Review hopes to have another summer of full houses stomping their feet, in laughter and with the beat. Shows will run three nights a week, each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night at 8:00pm.
Victoria Playhouse Festival
For information on tickets and show times please visit http://www.victoriaplayhouse.com/
Sept 1 – 6 – Rope’s End by Douglas Bowie
You never forget your first! Movie critic Tobias (Tubby) Boone didn’t, and now thirty one years later he’s not sure if he’s dreaming or not …because he’s at Marisa’s door and just about to ring the bell! The discovery of a treasured photograph triggers memories of a promise that has come due. It’s now or never! A bittersweet comedy about the choices we make in life, Rope’s End leads us through twists and turns, and brings us to a surprising and memorable place.
September 11 – 18 (excluding Sept. 14) -Cathy Jones in STRANGER TO HARD WORK with special guest Chris Gibbs
Canadian cultural icon, comedienne and one of the funniest women on Canadian television, Cathy Jones brings her long awaited show Stranger to Hard Work to the Victoria stage. The show features selections from the book she hopes one day to write – Chicken Soup for People who Feel Like They are Coming Down with Something. Plus wisdom about finding love late in life beyond the obvious of saying to a fine older man “Hey, if your wife dies we should go for coffee”, and all of her favourite characters (including everything they are so worked up about).
Watermark Theatre is performing 3 fantastic plays this summer
An Ideal Husband – The story of Oscar Wilde’s wickedly funny 1895 play, An Ideal Husband, is shockingly current. Robert Chiltern, with his spotless reputation, is universally expected to be the England’s next Prime Minister. When the gorgeous and conniving Laura Cheveley threatens to reveal a dark secret from Robert’s past, only his womanizing, party-loving best friend is scheming enough to come to his aid. The insider trading, matrimonial betrayal, corrupt politics and a sudden fall from grace of a much loved public figure all sound eerily relevant. The glittering fashions of late Victorian London provide a fabulous backdrop to the compelling comedy.
Last performance Matinee – Saturday September 5th 1:30pm
Romeo & Juliet – The immortal story of star crossed lovers presented in a startling and moving new production. In a German Prisoner of war camp in 1915, French Canadian and English Canadian soldiers imprisoned together for more than a year tear into a brawl. After being violently separated by their guards, they lie exhausted and wounded. The fragile men of these “two houses, both alike in dignity “alike dignity” conjure what they need most: the company of women. They dream up both the angel Juliet and her nurse. In this harrowing setting and with these phantoms brought to life, they act out the inevitable tragedy that comes from irrational hatred of ‘the other
Last performance Evening – Satruday September 5th 7:30pm
Please visit www.watermarktheatre.com for show times and ticket purchases.
Oyster Bed Speedway – 2 Full Card races left this season 2pm Monday September 7th and 6pm Saturday September 12th
Raceway Park – ADRA Santioned Drag-Racing, Professional Event Friday September 4th – Sunday September 7th
70 Mile Yard Sale September 19th & 20th taking place in Wood Islands and surrounding areas.