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Wood Bins

When travelling between provinces it’s important to be aware of regulations regarding the transport of firewood. The Don’t Move Firewood (DMF) campaign was created to help educate the public on the importance of limiting the movement of firewood to prevent the spread of invasive species across our North American forests. The overarching campaign is managed by The Nature Conservancy.

The Wood Islands Village is recognized as being one of the two entry points to PEI, so The Wood Islands and Area Development Corp. was invited to participate in this opportunity for DMF drop-off sites. The provincial government has been contracted to organize the emptying of the bins and have contacted the local watershed for that support. The wood will be destroyed at PEI Energy systems. More information on the exchange program for donated wood, please contact, peiinvasives@gmail.com.

Liquor Store Opening

Wood Islands Liquor Store Opening Day

Our planned opening for May long weekend has been postponed due to technical issues. We are sorry for the inconvenience and can’t wait to serve our loyal patrons. 

Our opening for the 2021 season has been rescheduled  to Thursday May 27th. Hours of operation will be:

May 27, 28, 29 – 10 am to 7 pm 
Sunday May 30 – 12 pm to 5 pm

Summer hours starting in June, dates and times to follow. Watch this space or our Facebook page for those updates.

Yoga

Need a little Zen and relaxation? Come join us for yoga!

6 Sessions starting April 12th at 9:30 a.m. $15 and you must pre-register before attending.

Yoga for all levels for anyone aged 35+ with instructor Joan Ducette. Bring your own mat/towel/block (if needed) and water. Guidelines from CPHO will be followed.

Space is limited so please click the link to pre-register for Wood Islands Yoga:

Click here to Register

Rural Municipality of Belfast

Beginning February 21, 2021

Rural Municipality of Belfast ~”RMB”~ Community Office will be located at the Wood Islands Village next to Visitor Information.

A sad farewell to the Fishing Village

A sad farewell to the Fishing Village

The little fishing village situated near the Wood Islands Lighthouse has been a delight for locals and visitors alike. It was a labour of love by locals and constructed with local materials. Built in the 60’s by local trades people, with logs hauled out by horses from local woodlots, it has held a place that was near and dear to many hearts. It was not only a peek into history to educate but also a commitment by community to keep history alive.

Time and weather have had their effect though, and recently the Province deemed it unsafe and scheduled removal.

But have no fear! While we are horribly saddened to see this local icon disappear from our shore, we are hard at work on a solution to replace it, so that we can continue to pay homage to our local history. With love in our hearts and a tip of the hat to history, we hope to one day have a safe, new fishing village on our shore for all to enjoy once again.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-wood-islands-park-seaside-fishing-village-1.5464361