A little snow on the ground? No problem. Make P. E. I. Your playground this weekend because there are a lot of things to do. Here are some suggestions. 1. There are 21 Winter restaurant promotions in winderdinecharlottown with 3- Package price is $28 or $38. This is a great way to try a new restaurant, which is lower than the price of your usual three course. This is the second weekend for three people. Weekend promotion- The restaurant offers a special winter dining menu from Thursday to Saturday evening. The popular restaurant was booked very quickly, so it is best to book it. View a list of participating agencies here. 2. WinterLove disco skating party WinterLove is a promotion for islanders to go out and be passionate about winter, will be held on Saturday from 4 to 7 at the Community outdoor ice rink in Charlottetown Founder\'s Hall for freem. It\'s co- Hosted by Upstreet Brewing and Fusion Charlottown for all ages- Just bring your skates. Disco skating party, strengthen the curling part of winter sports. Love concert from 7: 30 to 10 on Saturdaym. At the Royal Union Park Church, the Luminos Orchestra held a concert called \"Lucky in Love. \"Through extensive research into more than 500 years of chorus music, they will answer the most important questions you may have about romantic love,\" the event\'s Facebook page said . \". They will showcase the music of Claude Debussy, Claudio Monte Wildi, Eric Whitaker, Gustav holsterD. Q. Bach and more. Student tickets are $15 and other tickets are $20 plus taxes and can be purchased here. 4. Get a free try at CadillacA- A trade event at the Dutch college cafeteria in Charlottetown on Saturday. m. to 1 p. m. Check out our various stations including building a wooden toolbox ( You can take it home) Welding, basic processing ( Cut out and poke aluminum to make key chains by itself) Wire, Cadd and 3D pen. Organizers say some activities are age-free, while some stations are suitable for young people and adults. 5. Dennis Ellsworth and Kingley dolynch won the Best New Artist Award for the PEI Music Awards last weekend. Saturday 7: 30. m. At the Mike hotel in Charlottetown, Dennis Ellsworth and Kinley Dowling show the songs from their common album, and everyone needs to relax. Ellsworth has served as a solo and lead singer in several sea bands. Rude mechanical device, Haunted Heart). Dowling and Hey Rosetta travel around the world together! Released a well-received single album that has never been sent with a single microphone on the move. She was nominated for four of the 2018 East Coast Music Awards. More information on the campaign Facebook page. Tickets are $20 to $25 and can be purchased here. Rose kassins, Jenn Grant, Kingley, East pointer grab the eckema Nome Dennis Ellsworth and Kinley Dowling, \"everyone needs it The first annual Lift 4 MS of Lift 4 MSThe will spend the day at Delta Hotel on Saturday to raise funding and awareness for MS. Starting with the children\'s activities at noon The bouncy castle, face painting and a visit to Chase from the PAW Patrol and Elsa from Frozen. There will also be suppliers and silent auctions. Tickets for face painting are $5 plus $2. The weightlifting competition begins at 5: 30. m. Dj dwx music (Davis Ward) Tickets are $5. It\'s fun to compete with professionals and amateurs. There will be 9 p music after lifting weights. m. to 1 a. m. Buy $10 a ticket on the street. More information on the campaign Facebook page. 7. On Sunday, at colonelgray High School in Charlottetown, there was a chess match from 1 to 4. m. Registration begins at 12: 15. It is open to all students from kindergarten to grade 12. Players will be divided into four or six groups depending on age and level. Everyone plays at least four games, each section has the top three medals, the participation pins of all new players. The entrance fee for additional family members is $10 and $5. This is a project of the Chess Association. More information on the campaign Facebook page. 8. Black History Month talk February is Black History Month, to celebrate, you can attend a speech at the Eptek center in Summerside at two o\'clock P. M. m. Sunday. Jim Hornby, who studies and writes the book Black islanders, will share information about black communities in Prince Edward Island\'s history. Free admission. The government should do more for Black History Month. E. I. woman9. Winter Love from 2 to 4. m. The Charlottetown Curling Club and the Winter Love movement offer islanders a free course to learn how to curl. It includes equipment, expert guidance from members of the Charlotte town Curling Club and delicious hot chocolate afterwards. \"The more, the better,\" the event said on its Facebook page . \". MORE P. E. I. News | new music lessons to make your daily life happierE. I. News | bridge fee, bad driver- And others in P. E. I.