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Today in Island History
1770 John Duport is sworn in as the Island's first chief justice. His salary is meant to come from quit rents paid by Island proprietors on their properties. Most don't pay, and when Duport dies a few years later, starvation is listed as one cause.
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Exhibt at Eptek Art & Culture Centre
Behind the Panels: Selected Works by Various Island Comic Book Creators June 17th to October 5th, 2018.

Behind the Panels: Selected Works by Various Island Comic Book Creators” will be on display from June 17th until October 5th, 2018. PEI has a strong presence in the comic book arts world, with a surprising number of Islanders creating in this medium and working in this field. In July and August, the centre is open Monday to Saturday 9 to 5 and noon to 5 on Sunday. Admission is by donation

Curriculum Based Programing at Orwell Corner Historic Village
School groups experience social studies and science outcomes!

This fall, Orwell Corner Historic Village is offering curriculum based programs for social studies and partnering with Macphail Woods for science based outcome! Students can see, smell, feel and experience as they learn. Follow the link to see a list of available programs.

Artifact of the Week

The provincial collection has artifacts that represent the human and natural heritage of Prince Edward Island. Each week we will be spotlighting an artifact on our Collections Page.

Become a Member of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation
Memberships are available to purchase year round

Becoming an annual member of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation will help ensure the stories and treasures of our vibrant past continue to be shared with present and future generations!

PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation Island Magazine