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Today in Island History
1855 Donald MacDonald of Tracadie, an intensely unpopular proprietor, is shot down by unknown assailants as he leaves the gate of his estate. "So detested was he," an English visitor later records, "that several persons passed by without rendering him any assistance." MacDonald survives.
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Eptek Events and Exhibits

130 Heather Moyse Drive, Summerside Tel. 888-8373

 

EXHIBITS


Gift Shop

The on-site boutique is stocked with Prince Edward Island made crafts and visual art including work by artists Lise Genova, Lucie Bellemare,  P. John Burden, Sandi Komst, Joan Savage, Maurice Bernard, Doreen Huestis and more.
 


Art Begets Art: Hooked Mats and the Art that Inspired Them
To October 6, 2017


Like other artists and craftspeople, rug hookers take their inspiration from many sources. In this exhibition, 22 artist and artisans submitted work to be used by rug hookers as inspiration for hooked mats or other hooked items. What resulted was wonderful. To add icing to the cake, five rug hookers offered mats from their original designs as inspiration to artists. The result is 27 pairs of visual arts work.



EVENTS


Summer Demonstration Days:


Join Island artists and artisans weekdays in the Eptek Centre lobby. One of these talented folks will be on hand each day Monday to Friday to show off their talent and share tips with visitors. The calendar will be available late in June. Call 902-888-8373 for more details.





Call Eptek for info on August Events and Programming


 
               

BOOKS

The Eptek Centre Book Club will meet on Thursday, June 1 to discuss “Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George. “Internationally bestselling and filled with warmth and adventure, The Little Paris Bookshop is a love letter to books, meant for anyone who believes in the power of stories to shape people’s lives.” [www.goodreads.com] For more information, contact Eptek