Since the first branch on PEI was established in 1911, the Prince Edward Island Women's Institute (PEIWI) has been creating positive change in our Island communities. With close to 100 branches and well over 1,000 members, the women of the PEIWI focus on home, family, and culture through colloboration and sharing.
We invite you to learn more about the PEIWI, and find out for yourself how you can make a difference.
|Centennial Events 2013|
Saturday, May 11 marked the 40th Anniversary of Roadside Cleanup
Thank you to all who joined in on Saturday as Islanders cleaned up PEI and had a chance to win $500 in a category of your choice. View challengers. Winners will be drawn at the Provincial Convention on June 1.
The Roadside cleanup is part of the monthly celebrations of WI's Centennial Year.
This year's convention is on June 1, Credit Union Place in Summerside - 9-3:15pm. Registration starts at 8:30. Pre-registar by downloading the Registration Form and forwarding to the office.
Monthly Centennial EventsThe Board of Directors of PEIWI wish to invite all to the monthly activites celebrating 100 years of WI in Prince Edward Island.
|Period of Purple Crying ® campaign
Period of Purple Crying® is a prevention program to help educate parents and caregivers about normal infant crying and the dangers of shaking an infant. Members are asked to support this program by knitting or crocheting purple baby caps.
A list of diverse speakers are now available for your branch meetings.
FWIC Chooses Theme
National President Marie Kenny of Brackey, PEI, presided over the recent meetings in Ottawa which included choosing a new theme. Executive officers from each province of Canada were on hand.