Unearthing the Past: Archeological Discoveries of Prince Edward Island
Unearthing the Past: Archeological Discoveries of Prince Edward Island is a multi-sensory exhibit that digs deep into over 300 years of Acadian and Mi'kmaq cultural history in PEI. The exhibition showcases artifacts uncovered at four Island dig sites, including Pointe-Aux-Vieux, Havre Saint-Piere, Nikani-ika'tagank, and Pitawikekand.
On display at the Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island until February 28, 2022, the exhibition features artifacts like pieces of pottery, sewing needles, cooking tools, and remnants of shellfish and vegetation.
Cabinet of Killer Curios
Have you ever wondered what dangers lurked behind all that Victorian splendor? Or have you heard the tale of a missing coffin carrying a famous actor? How about the gruesome history of the barber pole?
Join us, if you dare, for the Cabinet of Killer Curios exhibit at Eptek Arts & Culture Centre from October 8th to 31st. This Halloween-inspired exhibit is perfect for the history lover and the lovers of all things creepy and features the most chilling items from our collection.
Admission is by donation. Receive a free guided tour from our knowledgeable Eptek staff. Hours of operation are Tuesdays to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.