One Book One Island author visiting Island libraries
Maureen Jennings will be in PEI to do author events on the following dates: • July 14 at 7 p.m. at the Confederation Centre Public Library • July 15 at 7 p.m. at the Summerside Rotary Library • July 16 at 7 p.m. at the Montague Rotary Library
Islanders will have the opportunity this week to meet Maureen Jennings, author of Except The Dying, which is the inspiration for the Murdoch Mysteries TV series.
Major Archaeological Exhibition continues at the Acadian Museum
Visitors can browse through this major Island archeological exhibition ''Digging into the Past'' which continues this summer and fall at the Acadian Museum, in Miscouche.
The exhibition “Digging into the Past” features the results of archaeological investigations conducted at Pointe-aux-Vieux, a pre-Deportation Acadian site on Malpeque Bay.
Reading Club encourages children to see reading as play
TD Summer Reading Club kicks off at the Summerside Rotary Library
Children who register for the TD Summer Reading Club at their local library receive free program materials and are encouraged to earn collectible stickers by reading books over the summer.
Celebrating Automotive Heritage
National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada’s PEI Director/VP Wilfred Moase and his 1929 Model A Ford Cabriolet with Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Hal Perry.
Automotive Heritage Month celebrates the role automotive restoration and collection plays in North American society.
Many Island automotive enthusiasts have been participating in various car shows, cruises and other activities in our local communities to celebrate Automotive Heritage Month.
Strengthening career development in schools
(L-R): Mitch Murphy, English Language School Board; Sareena Hopkins and Lynne Bezanson, Canadian Career Development Foundation; and Kathy McDonald, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
Government is committed to helping students graduate with the required knowledge, skills, and attitudes for post-secondary education, apprenticeship programs, and the labour market, says Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac.