THE EVENT - A Youth Talent Show and Fundraiser

  • Two and a half fun filled hours

  • November 16, 2019 at Florence Simmons Performance Hall in Charlottetown

  • 12 acts comprised of individuals and groups aged 4-18 years old

  • Various talents will be showcased including singing, dancing, gymnastics and more

  • Emceed by Louise Martin, the host of CBC Compass

  • Judged by a panel of 3 local celebrities (stay tuned for who)

  • A grand prize of $1,000 will be awarded as well as a $500 prize to the act chosen by Lisa's family

  • Concessions and 19+ cash bar on site

  • The committee will be selling tickets to a raffle basket - information and tickets can be purchased online at RAFFLE BOX

  • CMHA staff will be on hand to accept donations and issue tax receipts

  • Limited tickets go on sale on November 1 - $20/adult and $10/17 years old and under + taxes and fees - and can be purchased at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall Box Office in Charlottetown or through


This annual event is dedicated to Lisa Carragher who passed away suddenly a couple of years ago.  Lisa was an educator who always went above and beyond, especially when it came to children.  The red nose symbolizes a technique she would use when trying to incorporate humour into her lessons and get kids back on task.  She had an impact on so many children, both here on PEI and in Nunavut, that it seemed appropriate to host a youth talent show to honour two things that her children, Logan and Brooke, have identified as important to her; children and music.

All funds raised from this event will be donated to a cause near and dear to Lisa's heart; the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).  Donations made to CMHA-PEI Division stay in the province in support of mental health programs and services for Islanders.  To learn more about what they do, please visit 

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