New book on P.E.I. trails

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT - Bide­ford Par­son­age Mu­seum, The Cana­dian Potato Mu­seum & An­tique Farm Ma­chin­ery Mu­seum is Croft House mu­seum and gift shop,

Au­thor Michael Haynes holds a copy of his new book, “Trails of Prince Ed­ward Is­land”, dur­ing a re­cent sign­ing at the Book­mark in Char­lot­te­town. Haynes, an At­lantic Cana­dian ex­pert on hik­ing, ex­plores 55 trails in the book. Gen­eral Store. There is a new sec­ond floor area with an ex­panded se­lec­tion from the col­lec­tion of Howard Clark who for over 60 years ac­cu­mu­lated thou­sands of ob­jects re­lated es­pe­cially to the history of the Chel­ton area. All are in­vited to the of­fi­cial open­ing of this area on July 11, 10.30 a.m. Clark will be present, and re­fresh­ments will be avail­able. Ad­mis­sion is free and do­na­tions are welcome.

a provin­cially des­ig­nated His­toric Place of P.E.I., is on the North Cape Coastal Drive, 784 Bide­ford Rd. (Route 166) in Eller­slie-Bide­ford. Built in 1878, over the years it has been a fam­ily home, a par­son­age and the home of as­pir­ing writer L.M. Mont­gomery when she taught school in Bide­ford. It is open daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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