- ▼▲sub menu toggleDJs & Shows
- ▼▲sub menu toggleContests
- ▼▲sub menu toggleOn-Demand
- ▼▲sub menu toggleMusic
- ▼▲sub menu toggleContact Us
- Sign In
Don’t miss the Prince County Woodcarvers Guild’s exhibit Wood Comes to Life on display until January 5th. Also on display until January 5th is the exhibit Inspired by Nightingale – Dedicated to God: The Story of Georgina Fane Pope, which highlights Pope’s life and accomplishments. Join us for the official opening of Bernadette Kernaghan’s exhibition Portraits in Oil: New Friends and Neighbours on Sunday, January 14th at 2 pm. The paintings construct a panorama of the diverse individuals Kernaghan has come into contact with since her move to PEI in 2014. Several of the portraits reflect the influence of the past, while others reference an inner aspect of the individual. Portraits in Oil will be on display until February 23rd. The Centre is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10 to 4, and 12 to 4 on Sunday. Admission is by donation. The on-site gift shop carries only Island art and craft, as well as books on local themes. Don’t miss the permanent exhibition on the history and architecture of Summerside, too. Eptek Art & Culture Centre is a site of the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation and is located at 130 Heather Moyse Drive on the Summerside waterfront, adjacent to the Harbourfront Theatre. For more information call 902-888-8373 (or visit us online at www.peimuseum.com or www.facebook.com/EptekCentre).
Explore from the comfort of the gallery with the Friends of Eptek this January with Eptek Lunchtime Films. The films planned for January are: Jan. 4 Canada: Magnificent Journeys: New Frontiers (60 min.) distributed by Reader’s Digest; Jan. 11 Canada: Magnificent Journeys: Treasures of the Land (60 min.) distributed by Reader’s Digest; Jan. 18 Canada: Magnificent Journeys: Stories of our Past (60 min.) distributed by Reader’s Digest, and Jan. 25 Vienna - Beautiful Cities of the World (50 min.) distributed by Madacy Entertainment Group. Bring your sandwich; the Friends provide tea/coffee and cookies. There is no charge for the film presentation; however, donations are accepted for the refreshments. We will be enjoying some new films, as well as some from our late Friend Blanche Hogg. Eptek Centre is a site of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and is located at 130 Heather Moyse Drive on the Summerside waterfront.
The members of the Eptek Centre Book Club will meet Thursday, January 4th at 7 pm to discuss Burden of Desire by Robert MacNeil. Burden of Desire tells the story of the love triangle between bohemian Halifax south-end belle Julia Robertson, Dalhousie Professor Stewart MacPherson and young Anglican minister Peter Wentworth during the time around the Halifax Explosion. It explores the repression and expression of sexual desire at the time of the First World War and offers a fictional account of the impact that the explosion had on Halifax society. New members are welcome. Eptek Centre is a site of the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation and is located at 130 Heather Moyse Drive on the Summerside waterfront. For more information call 902-888-8373.
Flock to Eptek Centre for naturalist Dan McAskill’s talk Birds of the Island on Tuesday, January 2nd at 7 pm. While the gallery is filled with birds carved by Prince County Woodcarvers Guild, attendees will learn about various birds that can be seen in PEI. Admission is free and all are welcome.