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1894 24 April A spring snowstorm catches lobster fishermen by surprise. At least two schooners are lost at sea, and lobster factories across the province report boats missing.
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Eptek Events and Exhibits

 


130 Heather Moyse Drive, Summerside Tel. 888-8373


Gift Shop

The onsite boutique is stocked with Prince Edward Island made crafts and visual art including work by artists Lise Genova, Lucie Bellemare,  P. John Burden, Sandi Komst, Joan Savage, Maurice Bernard, Doreen Huestis and more.


EXHIBITS


COLOUR SPLASH - APRIL 13 TO MAY 12

 

Official  Opening Sunday April 23 at 2:00pm
A group show by the Summerside Art Club


Stone Stories

Also in the Lobby during April will be a group exhibition entitled, Stone Stories, with painting and drawing featuring inukshuks
              


                                  ArtsSmarts Exhibit -- May 24 - June 2   

 

The annual ArtsSmarts exhibition will feature work from Kensington High and École Pierre-Chiasson.

EVENTS

Heritage Tea - Sunday, June 25 - 2:00pm
Tickets must be purchased in advance

 

Tickets are now available for a Heritage Tea to commemorate Canada’s 150th being hosted by the Friends of Eptek Centre on Sunday, 25 June. Come in costume, wear a hat, or just enjoy the scones, sweets, and tea. Tickets are $15 each and are available from Rose Cottage Antiques and Eptek Centre. This fund-raiser supports programming at the Centre as well as bursaries for students studying the arts.



FRIENDS OF EPTEK LUNCHTIME FILMS -THRSDAYS AT NOON

Bring your sandwich and the Friends of Eptek will provide coffee/tea and cookies.
Apr. 20 - Royal Collection: The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
Apr. 27 - History Happened Here: In Search of the Past
The annual pot luck luncheon will be held on April 27.
This marks the end of the winter lunch films for this year.

All are welcome. Call 902-888-8373 for more information.

BOOK CLUB - Thursdays at 7pm

Thursday, 4 May   -  “Orphan Train" by Christina Baker Kline