Monthly Archives: January 2014

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

Special thanks to Sharon Larter, Karen Lipps, Isabel Court and Bruce Bennett for sharing their experiences with renovating heritage buildings at Beaconsfield’s Carriage House last Monday night. We have been having sell out crowds each week so please be sure … Continue reading

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Come to Beaconsfield’s Carriage House Monday, January 20 for Keeping the Past Alive: Four Case Studies

Many thanks to Boyde Beck who spoke to a full house on Monday night and told us all about the the oldest and most historically significant square in Charlottetown – Queen Square. You can read more of Boyde’s work in … Continue reading

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Winter lecture series continues Monday, January 13 with Boyde Beck’s The Evolution of Queen Square

Sincerest thanks to Dr. Ed MacDonald for providing a packed house last Monday night with the history of Province House and the Charlottetown Conference. The public can read more about the topic in a book he co-wrote with Catherine Hennessey … Continue reading

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