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July 2004
Folk & Heritage Centre


Sight-seeing
by Treva McNally

The paintings of A.L. Morrison illustrate the history of Prince Edward Island so well that in1980 his book, My Island Pictures, was in every grade 6 classroom on Prince Edward Island accompanying the course in Island history. This beautifully illustrated book contains thirty-five full-colour reproductions of his work, and next to each painting is a story describing the

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June 2004
Eco-Centre
Eco-Centre
New interpretive facility in Mount Stewart nears completion

by Treva McNally

Mount Stewart is situated on the Hillsborough River, surrounded by brooks filled with trout, a wildlife management area home to over fifty eagles, and wetlands where migrating waterfowl visit each fall. The Confederation Trail, the Tracadie Trail, and the Pigot Trail all converge here so it is fitting that the residents are

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April 2004
Province House

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

At the foot of University Avenue sits an imposing, yet unpretentious, neoclassical building which dominates the downtown core of Charlottetown. It is the symbol of the downtown area on the city signs and is regularly shown on television whenever politicians are interviewed. The building is Province House, steeped in history and still in operation as the provincial legislature.

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March 2004
The Eptek Centre

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

The Eptek Art and Culture Centre in Summerside is part of a complex which includes the beautiful Jubilee Theatre and the P.E.I. Sports Hall of Fame. Approaching the Eptek entrance, the first thing you see are beautiful stained glass pictures hanging in the windows. Created by Muriel Lanque, they were donated to the Centre in her memory in 1994 and this donation is symbolic

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February 2004
Museé Acadien

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

Just a few miles past Summerside on the All Weather Highway in Miscouche is the Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island. This large modern building was constructed in1992, but the Museum was created many years earlier by a group of Island Acadians who wanted to preserve their heritage. 2004 marks both the 40th anniversary of the Museum and the 400th anniversary of the first

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January 2004
Bideford Parsonage

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

Not far from Lennox Island, in eastern Prince County, is the Bideford Parsonage Museum. One reason for its historical fame is that Lucy Maude Montgomery lived there in 1894­95 while at her first teaching post at the Bideford School, but if that was all this beautifully restored home could lay claim to, it is possible that it might not have become a Provincially Designated

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December 2003
Social Prominence

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

Across from the provincial government offices, just where the boardwalk begins at Victoria Park, a large, golden yellow Victorian home dominates the street scape. This elegant residence is Beaconsfield Historic House, one of the most interesting homes in Charlottetown.

In 1877, when wealthy businessman James Peake wanted a prestigious home for his young family, he chose

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November 2003
MIlitary History

Site-seeing
by Treva McNally

The militia has a long history on PEI beginning in 1780 when the Island’s first Militia Act was passed. It has been through many changes since then before emerging as the Prince Edward Island Regiment, a reserve unit based at the Queen Charlotte Armoury at the west end of Water Street in Charlottetown. Outside the Armoury, a vintage tank and armoured vehicle are on display; i

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October 2003
Tribute to Sir Andrew
Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead, National Historic Site, in Orwell

Sight-seeing
by Treva McNally

On a narrow, poplar-canopied road running behind Orwell Corner Pioneer Village in eastern Queens County sits the Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead, a National Historic Site honouring one of PEI’s most accomplished native sons. Surrounded by experimental farmland, Victorian gardens and heritage woods, it is preserved a

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September 2003
The Humble Spud
PEI Potato Museum tells the story of the Island's most important product

Sight-seeing
by Treva McNally

In 1985, a museum consultant from Ottawa surveyed all the museums on PEI. When he saw the small potato exhibit in the O'Leary Community Museum, he suggested more focus be placed on potatoes because the industry so dominated the area. Dr. George Dewar, a long time resident and supporter of West Prince,

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September 2003
Super 7

The Best Thing
by Treva Mcnally

There is a challenge in writing about the "best thing that happened to me" this summer because at a certain age, life is no longer made up of big events. Rather, it is a compilation of all the wonderful little things that happen to us and with this as my criterion, my summer was full of "best things":

1. The arrival of a fourth grandchild, Jamie Rose, who is a darling

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August 2003
Garden of the Gulf

PEI's oldest museum features history of Montague

Sight-seeing
by Treva McNally

In 2003, the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Society presented the Garden of the Gulf Museum in Montague an award for outstanding preservation of heritage on Prince Edward Island, and it was well deserved. P.E.I.'s oldest museum preserves and celebrates the history of some of the Montague's earliest inhabitants:

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Some of What's Going On

Blue Whale Campaign

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1864: The Year We Celebrate

Exhibition curated by Boyde Beck looks at 1860s life on PEI until October
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Ladies and GentlemAn

Holland College SOPA grads create comedy Thurs & Fri - until Aug 29
The Guild Off the Cuff Come ...

An Evening to Remember

Shaye reunion 2014 September 27
Gingerwood Canadian pop group Shaye will be reuniting after seven y ...

Mi’kmaq Art at Greenwich

Parks Canada features Ni’n na L’nu: The Mi’kmaq of PEI until Sept 14
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Some of What's New

Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched �bsp;...

Open Skies

Trinity Bradshaw Summerside singer-songwriter Trinity Bradshaw has released a new album entitled Op ...

Jon MacInnis Named Doug Riley Artist

To play with Charlottetown Jazz Ensemble at PEI Jazz and Blues Festival The TD PEI Jazz and Blues F ...

Piano at the Bar

Mike Stratton entertains the patrons of Sim’s Wine Bar The longtime tradition of “lounge pianis ...

Indigenous Artist Residency

Contemporary Canadian artist collaborates with Island First Nations youth Art in the Open partners ...