Welcome
St. Peters Bay is a very active community year around. Find information on our community below. We have a lot to offer visitors of all ages.

Ariel View
Beautiful St. Peters Bay with the Landing shops located right on Rte 2.

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Confederation Trail
If you enjoy biking or walking, come visit St. Peters Bay. We are located right on the confederation trail

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Latest Posts

05 PM | 14 Aug

Visit St. Peters Bay

You are invited to come and explore all the beauty that St. Peter’s Bay has to offer. St. Peter’s has something for everyone, no matter what your age class or interests-there is an activity or an event for all. There is always something interesting to see and do while visiting or staying in St. Peter’s

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02 PM | 03 Jan

Skills Link Project

Happy New Year! The skills Link Project is almost complete and our participants are having great success with their individual job placements. Our 9 participants are placed throughout various businesses in Kings County and have been working hard to accomplish their goals as valued employees. You may have seen them at MacDonald’s Rite Stop, Eastern

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02 PM | 03 Jan

Are You a Homeless Youth? We can help: John Howard Society

Happy New Year! My name is Carla MacAdam (BA,BEd) and I am the Resource/Researcher for the St. Peter’s Bay Youth Initiative researching Youth Homelessness in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, funded through The John Howard Society. The purpose of this project is to identify youth in Kings County at risk for becoming homeless/hidden homelessness (ie

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02 PM | 03 Jan

Tree lIghting Ceremony

St. Peter’s Community Council would like to thank Debbie MacKinnon and the Fitness class for their assistance with the Tree Lighting Ceremony for 2016. Debbie put a lot of time into making this a success, even with the weather not co-operating with her. It was still a great family event and we were pleased with the Sing

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06 PM | 26 Sep

Parks Canada Announcement

Dear valued Parks Canada stakeholder, Parks Canada wishes to advise you of several infrastructure projects happening in the Greenwich area in PEI National Park this fall. These projects are part of Parks Canada unprecedented $3 billion dollar investment over 5 years to support infrastructure work to heritage, visitor, waterway and highway assets located within national

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03 PM | 26 Sep

10 Fun Facts about Halloween

The first Jack O’Lanterns were actually made from turnips. The word “witch” comes from the Old English wicce, meaning “wise woman.”  Samhainophobia is the fear of Halloween. Halloween is the second highest grossing commercial holiday after Christmas! Trick-or–treating evolved from the ancient Celtic tradition of putting out treats and food to placate spirits who roamed the streets

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03 PM | 26 Sep

Skills Link Project

The exciting new Skills Link Project sponsored by the Community of St. Peter’s Bay and funded by Employment and Social Development Canada is now underway. Participants were chosen through an interview process and finalized. The program includes 8 weeks in the classroom and 10 weeks of hands on work experience. This is a great opportunity

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03 PM | 29 Aug

THANK YOU! – Blueberry Festival

On behalf of the St. Peters Bay Wild Blueberry Festival committee, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of our sponsors for their generous contributions and support to our festival. We would also like to thank all of our volunteers who helped out in any way to make this

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12 PM | 29 Aug

SEAM Program Success

The Community of St. Peter’s Bay is completing a Pilot Project in partnership with the Province of Prince Edward Island, Skills PEI; Department of Workforce and Advanced Learning: and Department of Family and Human Services. The SEAM (Skills Enhancement and Mentoring Program) project started on May 28th with the hiring of Youth Worker, Barry O’Brien

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03 PM | 26 Jul

Circle Club Supports Humane Society

This year the Circle Club will be supporting The Humane Society. We will be collecting items and drop them at The Human Society. There is a complete list of items on their website at www.peihumanesociety.com and on the bulletin board at The Circle Club. Any items that The Humane Society does not have to purchase

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