The life and work of our city’s most famous architect, William Critchlow Harris (1854-1913) are featured in a new walking tour through the downtown offered by guides from the Institute for Architectural Studies and Conservation as a fundraiser and part of their educational programming. The tour takes about an hour and a half and runs on Sunday evenings in June at 7pm and on Saturday afternoons at 2 pm. The cost is $5. Details are available from the coordinator at 940-3934 and advance reservations are essential as numbers will be limited. Fathers are free on June 18 and 19. School groups can be accommodated at other times on request.
- Winter Architectural Lecture Series 2015: Bringing Heritage Into the Future
- Author and Artist, Sterling Stratton presents the Illustrated Lecture, The Streets of Charlottetown in 1864
- Join the Institute Monday, January 27 at Beaconsfield’s Carriage House where the Winter Lecture Series concludes with Ole Hammarlund’s talk, Future Heritage Buildings on PEI
- Come to Beaconsfield’s Carriage House Monday, January 20 for Keeping the Past Alive: Four Case Studies
- Winter lecture series continues Monday, January 13 with Boyde Beck’s The Evolution of Queen Square