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1944 The second HMCS Charlottetown, this one a River-class frigate, is commissioned for service in the Royal Canadian Navy. Her namesake was the victim of a German submarine two years earlier.
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Exhibit at Eptek Art & Culture Centre
Exhibitions available year round at Eptek Art & Culture Centre

You are invited to view Yesterday, Today (A Portrait of Summerside) by Eddy Schwartz. The official opening takes place on April 8th at 2 pm and will be on display until May 11th.

All Seven Sites Open June 4th
Two of our Green Park Shipbuilding  Museum & Yeo House Guides Waiting to Welcome Visitors!
Two of our Green Park Shipbuilding Museum & Yeo House Guides Waiting to Welcome Visitors!

Our seasonal museum sites Orwell Corner Historic Village, Basin Head Fisheries Museum, Elmira Railway Museum and Green Park Shipbuilding and Yeo House will be opening June 4th. Please check each museums page for hours of operation.

Comic Book Art Contest
Comic Book Art Contest by Eptek Art and Culture Centre
The deadline to submit entries is April 20th, 2018

Eptek Centre is launching a Comic Book Art contest. Behind the Panels: A selection of work by various comic book creators on PEI will be featured and in the exhibit, there will also be a section to display the winning pieces of this contest. Deadline to submit is April 20th, 2018.

Visit Us Year Round
Beaconsfield Historic House in winter
Beaconsfield Historic House sits on Kent Street at the mouth of the Charlottetown Harbour and across the street from Government House.

We have three locations that remain open all winter. Drop by the Acadian Museum in Miscouche; Beaconsfield Historic House in Charlottetown or the Eptek Art and Culture Centre in Summerside.

Become a Member of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation
Memberships are available to purchase year round

Becoming an annual member of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation will help ensure the stories and treasures of our vibrant past continue to be shared with present and future generations!

PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation Island Magazine 
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