Apr 24, 2013 | 7:39Mainstreet PEI Dear Johnny Deere - A Musical Audio
Mainstreet PEI Dear Johnny Deere - A Musical Apr 24, 2013 | 7:39Struggles keeping the farm, urban expansion into rural areas, and a plan to build a highway through the countryside. Sound familiar? Dear Johnny Deere is making it's east coast debut at The Mack. Cam MacDuffee and director Wade Lynch explain.
Jul 17, 2012 | 7:12Mainstreet PEI Woodleigh Replica's - Tim Archer Audio
Mainstreet PEI Woodleigh Replica's - Tim Archer Jul 17, 2012 | 7:12It's been four years since Woodleigh Replica's shut down. It features dozens of miniature replicas of buildings from the UK, including the Tower of London and St. Paul's Cathedral. There's a renewed interest in the property these days. Tim Archer hopes to be able to re-open the park next year.
Feb 22, 2013 | 7:17Mainstreet PEI Chef Domenic Serio - Buying Local On-line Audio
Mainstreet PEI Chef Domenic Serio - Buying Local On-line Feb 22, 2013 | 7:17We've heard a lot in recent years about the merits of buying local. Now a new website is encouraging people to buy local food products on-line. Domenic Serio is the Chef at the Inn At Bay Fortune and
had the opportunity to take part in foodiepages.ca and he joined Karen Mair in the studio.
May 31, 2013 | 10:04Mainstreet PEI Ten Strings and a Goatskin - New CD Audio
Mainstreet PEI Ten Strings and a Goatskin - New CD May 31, 2013 | 10:04Caleb Gallant, Rowan Gallant and Jesse Periard make up the talented trio... Ten Strings and a Goatskin. Their touring with their new CD "Corbeau" and will launch it in PEI this weekend at the Carrefour and the Old Triangle in Charlottetown.
Jun 14, 2012 | 9:29Mainstreet PEI Boyde Beck - John Hamilton Gray Audio
Mainstreet PEI Boyde Beck - John Hamilton Gray Jun 14, 2012 | 9:29John Hamilton Gray is celebrating his 201st birthday tomorrow. Or he would be, if he hadn't died. And that would certainly have to make him PEI's oldest-living former premier. Kerry Campbell talks with Historian Boyde Beck about the man who was host to the Charlottetown Conference back in 1864.
Jul 12, 2012 | 6:17Mainstreet PEI Summer Camps - Camp Seggie Audio
Mainstreet PEI Summer Camps - Camp Seggie Jul 12, 2012 | 6:17The kids at Camp Seggie are raving about the Mac and Cheese, the Wibbit, they even think the earwigs are pretty cool. It's all part of the camp experience. We continue our series on Summer Camp on today's show.
Oct 17, 2012 | 9:00Mainstreet PEI Learning Disabilities - Angie Demarco Audio
Mainstreet PEI Learning Disabilities - Angie Demarco Oct 17, 2012 | 9:00Even though the cruise ships didn't make it into Charlottetown today ...there were still lots of extra people around. This is the first day of the annual PEI teachers convention. Two days packed with workshops and opportunities to learn about learning. The keynote speaker for the conference is back on PEI by popular demand. Many educators heard Angie Demarco speak at last year's National Conference on Learning Disabilities. So she's here to speak with teachers and also give two workshops for anyone interested in learning more. Angie Demarco is the education coordinator with the Learning Disabilities Association in Sudbury Ontario. She stopped by earlier.
Dec 12, 2012 | 7:32Mainstreet PEI Gracie Finley - The Montgomery Theatre Audio
Mainstreet PEI Gracie Finley - The Montgomery Theatre Dec 12, 2012 | 7:32Gracie Finley is the epitome of Anne of Green Gables - so it's no
wonder she played Anne for the longest run in the Charlottetown
Festival. That gig started in 1968 when she was all of 16. These days
Finley calls Buckinghamshire England home. She returns to PEI in the
summers and over recent years she's been getting involved in another
theatre - The Montgomery Theatre in Rustico. Next year Gracie Finley
will return to the stage in an original production. Gracie Finley was
home for a few days and stopped by for a visit.
Jan 25, 2013 | 6:02Mainstreet PEI Sherwood School Music Class - Patrick Faller Audio
Mainstreet PEI Sherwood School Music Class - Patrick Faller Jan 25, 2013 | 6:02Patrick Faller takes us for a visit to Mrs. moar's music class at sherwood school. These music lessons are pretty unique in this province, and when you hear them, you just might want to be part of it too. for 20 minutes, every second day, a small group of children with special needs get together to sing, dance, spin, bang on drums, twirl ribbons, jump around, and do just about any other activity you can think of, to music. We hear from principal Jean boudreau and the teacher - and the driving force behind this class - Jennifer Moar.