Preparing for national festival
Pianist Sannu Lawt performs during a recital by P.E.I. representatives to the National Music Festival in Edmonton at the Kirk of St. James in Charlottetown this past Sunday.
is in Springbrook beside the French Cannery. For complete information, including operating hours, contact email@example.com.
has the work of Kerras Jeffrey on Route 151 in western P.E.I. Call 902-853-3644. one of seven P.E.I. Museum Sites, was built in 1877 and considered one of Charlottetown’s finest homes. Today, it stands as a wonderful example of Victorian architecture with a fascinating story. It also hosts special events in its Carriage House and has a small bookstore/giftshop. The site is open daily 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is charged. Call 902-368-6603.
by Boyde Beck, Prince County launch is in the Community Room of the William Callbeck Centre, Central Bedeque, Aug. 1, 1.30 p.m. Beck will speak and sign copies, and Catherine and Bill Callbeck will be there. Refreshments will be served.
is at the Acadian Museum, in Miscouche, Aug. 4, 7:30 p.m. Historian Georges Arsenault’s talk will deal with the founders of Miscouche and St. Nicholas in Lot 17. Refreshments will be served. There is free admission, but donations will be appreciated. Call 902-432-2880.
continues at Keir Museum, Route 20, Malpeque, Wednesdays at 10 a.m. On Aug. 5, enjoy Maps and the Army: The Military Career of Samuel Holland by Earle Lockerby.
is at the Bideford Parsonage Museum, 784 Bideford Road (Route 166), 7:30 p.m. Readings are from writings Montgomery published during 1915. On Aug. 4, enjoy readings from “At the Altar – Matrimonial Tales” - “Aunt Phillipa and the Men” with guest readers.