Souris Public Library Hours!

Souris Public Library Hours

SOURIS PUBLIC LIBRARY The Town of Souris and the PEI Public Library Service have partnered together to provide library services for the past 80 years.  The first library in Souris opening on November 2, 1933 and it continues to provide programs and resources to the community. Location: 75 Main Street, Souris, PE  C0A 2B0 Telephone:

Souris Citizens on Patrol

Souris Citizens on Patrol

Souris Citizens on Patrol will be ramping up their patrols in June and going into the summer months.  More volunteers are needed.  It is not a huge commitment, some volunteers do 1 or 2 shifts a month, some do more.  You get to pick your schedule.  Some of our more experienced members will gladly provide

Souris Farmer’s Market

Are you interested in participating in a Souris Farmer's Market?

Are you interested in becoming a vendor at Souris Farmer’s Market? If so, Call Karen MacKinnon 902-969-3332 or email redheadpe@hotmail.com if interested.  

PEI Wildlife Federation

Souris and Area PEI Wildlife Federation

  The Souris & Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation meets the second Wednesday of every month at the Souris Striders Ski Lodge. Meetings start at 7:00 pm and are open to the public. Feel free to contact us at (902) 687-4115,or at sourisareawildlife@gmail.com for more information.

Mousetales Newsletter

Mousetales Newsletter Deadline for entries, ad's etc.

Deadline for advertising your event in the Mousetales newsletter is the 20th of each month at 12:00pm, except December when it is the 15th. You can sign up to automatically receive an electronic version of Mousetales on our Home page. Please contact Joeanne Roche (902) 687-2157, ext 0. To keep up-to-date on community events and news,

Beach Entrance Sign

Welcome to Souris Sign

The Welcome to Souris digital sign at the entrance to Town is for non-profit organizations to inform the community of events.  Our schedule is booked sometimes months in advance, so once you know your dates for an event call us to see if space is available. Town-sponsored events will take priority.  We cannot guarantee any length

50 Phenomenal Beaches!

Mobile App - 50 Beaches

Explore over 400 kms of unspoiled beauty in Eastern PEI. The uncrowded roads will bring you to some of the most beautiful coastlines and natural beaches. Along with the most amazing beaches, this region is rich in culture and history with distinctive lighthouses, parks with great vistas and red clay heritage roads. Look for the

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BILINGUAL FLAGS

The Town has been received numerous inquiries for the blue and white OPEN/OUVERT bilingual flags. The Town of Souris is willing to order the flags for local businesses to purchase at a cost of $31.00 each, tax included. If you are interested in purchasing an OPEN/OUVERT flag, you can place your order with Joeanne at the

To all Dog and Cat owners!

The Town of Souris would like to advise that all dogs must be on a leash when walking along the Souris Beach. Even though your dog may be friendly and well trained, some people are nervous of dogs regardless of their size, breed or temperament. We want everyone to be able to enjoy our beach.

Souris Lions Club

The Lions Club meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm.  The meetings will be held at St. Mary’s Hall during the renovation of the Souris Royal Canadian Legion building. Visitors are always welcome to attend. **Anyone 19 and over is welcome to join. Contact Curtis Laybolt at (902) 743-2143 or

Bilingual Daycare!

Are you looking for a friendly, small-scale daycare? Register your child at Château des Étoiles in Fortune, where a bilingual, provincially-certified staff will welcome your children with open arms. Parents don’t even need to speak French to benefit from our services. Did you know that mastering a second language at a very young age helps

Open Fires Are Not Permitted In Souris

You are NOT Permitted to have any open fires within the Town of Souris. NO Grass Fires, NO Brush Fires, NO Yard Debris, etc. at any time! Violators may be charged and the Fire Department has the right to go and extinguish the fire. Small covered fires contained to a fire pit or enclosed campfire

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