Arts & Heritage Guide, Prince Edward Island
Welcome to Prince Edward Island’s Arts and Heritage Trail – your guide to distinctive Island cultural attractions, and your map for experiencing the very heart of PEI.
Greetings from Anne Welcome to my Island! You are going to have the most delightful time here on Prince Edward Island. There is no more beautiful place on the face of the earth! We’ve got historic sites and architecture that will take you back to the beginnings of this country. Our museums and artisans will give you experiences to awaken your senses! If your imagination is anything like mine, you’ll love our Island full of music and art. The Island is so inviting, so energetic and so engaging, that I wouldn’t be surprised if you decide to move here, just like I did! Let the beauty, grace and talent of our Island and its people fill your soul. I truly hope you love my Island! Anne Shirley Your Kindred Spirit, Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 5 Icons To help you determine the different cultural opportunities youâ€™ll encounter, weâ€™ve designated five categories within each region: Built Heritage: Architecture and Buildings Human Heritage: Points East Coastal Drive Central Coastal Drive Green Gables Shore Ethnic Heritage, Hands on Experiences, Cultural Festivals and Industrial Heritage Natural Heritage: One drive, two shores Coastal and Pastoral Vistas and Ecology Performing Arts: Charlottetown Theatre, Music, Dance, and Festivals Visual Arts: Art Galleries, Craft Shops, Visual Artists, and Artisan Studios etc. Central Coastal Drive One drive, two shores Red Sands Shore Quilt Boards: These eye-catching quilt boards denote trail participants and provide an artistic visual as you travel across PEI - look for them throughout the guide! SEE THE BACK OF THIS GUIDE FOR YOUR FULL ISLAND MAP! 6 www.artsandheritagepei.com Coastal Drive The North Cape Coastal Drive begins in Summerside and encompasses the westernmost area of PEI. Start your arts and heritage tour here. Experience our rich Celtic and Acadian roots as the sounds of bagpipes and fiddles, kitchen parties, and ceilidhs fill the air with the music of the Island. At Lennox Island you can discover the ongoing story of PEI’s first people – the Mi’kmaq. The West is alive with experiences: museums, cultural centres and heritage properties celebrating generations of families working the sea and the land. Along the route, be sure to see a late Victorian Gothic church, PEI’s tallest lighthouse, and the famous “Bottle Houses” fashioned from recycled bottles. The artisans “Up West” work in textiles and fabric, pottery, metal, wood, and other mediums. Their craft shops, studios and galleries offer unique Island memories, while the region’s theatres give audiences a taste of professional and distinctly Island-made stage productions. With so many cultural experiences along the North Cape Coastal Drive, it’s a perfect gateway for a tip-to-tip Island tour. Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 7 North Cape Coastal Drive 12 2 38 55 11 34 6 8 37 31 17 9 13 21 10 1 4 7 15 19 3 5 14 16 20 18 64 LISTINGS KEY Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts 8 www.artsandheritagepei.com Built Heritage Museum  MacNaught History Centre and Archives 75 Spring Street, Summerside If you wish to discover your Island roots or learn more about Island history visit MacNaught. Archival staff will assist in the use of the many genealogical resources. MacNaught also houses exhibit space dedicated to museum and art exhibits. The pocket watch of John A. Macdonald is one of its most treasured artifacts. Year Round Tues-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm Tuesday, 5:00pm-9:00pm Call for research appointments 902-432-1332 902-432-1295 firstname.lastname@example.org www.culturesummerside.com Museum  Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre 457 Church Street, Alberton The Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre was our Courthouse in 1878 and is a designated National Historic Site. Visit our neighbour, the Alberton Arts & Heritage Centre, which showcases arts and cultural events, drama and music production and lecture series. If you have an interest in our heritage or culture, come visit us on Church Street. Seasonal Mid June-Sept 27 Mon-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm Admission: by Donation 902-853-4048 email@example.com Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 9 Museum  International Fox Museum and Hall of Fame 33 Summer Street, Summerside Islanders were the first in the world race to succeed in raising and breeding foxes in captivity. It put the province on the map as the birthplace of a new industry filled with high stakes and high fashion. During the heyday it created incredible wealth and opportunity for the colourful characters in the game. The tour is guided and interactive. Year Round June 23-Aug 30 Mon-Sat, 10:00am–5:00pm Spring and Fall: call to book tour Admission: by donation 902-432-1332 902-432-1298 firstname.lastname@example.org www.culturesummerside.com Museum  Wyatt Historic House Museum 85 Spring Street, Summerside Experience for yourself why this house museum is described by visitors from around the world as one of the “best museum experiences ever.” The personal and interactive guided tours (oddity/ historic) of the 1867 home, give a close up view of the intriguing artifacts collected over two centuries by the prominent Wyatt family while revealing the stories of the times. Year Round June 23-Aug 30 Mon-Sat, 10:00am-4:00pm, tours given on the hour Spring, Fall and Winter: call to book tour or Off-Season by appointment Admission: Adults $10.00, Seniors/ Students $9.00 902-432-1332 902-432-1298 email@example.com www.culturesummerside.com 10 www.artsandheritagepei.com Museum  Bishop Machine Shop Museum 101 Water Street East, Summerside Step back in time with a visit to the 20th century belt driven Bishop Machine Shop and embrace the smells and sights of a small business once a key player in the industrial life of Summerside. The guided tour explores the journey of several generations of the Bishop family as technology forces them to move from blacksmithing to machine work. Year Round June 23-Aug 30 Mon-Sat, 10:00amâ€“5:00pm Spring and Fall: call to book tour or Off-Season by Appointment Admission: By donation 902-432-1332 902-432-1298 firstname.lastname@example.org www.culturesummerside.com Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 11 Anne Product  Bideford Parsonage Museum 784 Bideford Road, Rte 166, Bideford This provincially designated heritage home, built in 1878, contains several examples of decorative woodwork, window hood mouldings, finials column supports and bargeboards. In 1884, it was purchased by the local Methodist church for their parsonage and ten years later, was the boarding place of Island author Lucy Maud Montgomery. Come inside and step back into an era of simpler times. Seasonal Jun 1-Oct 12 June, July & Aug: 9:00-5:00pm Sept & Oct: 10:00am-5:00pm Admission: Adults $5.00, Students $2.50 902-831-3133 email@example.com www.bidefordparsonagemuseum.com 12 www.artsandheritagepei.com Museum  Green Park Shipbuilding Museum & Yeo House Route 12, Tyne Valley One of seven PEI Museum sites, Green Park Shipbuilding Museum allows you to step back in time and relive the glory days of Prince Edward Islandâ€™s shipbuilding industry through video and interpretive displays. Visit Yeo House, the restored home of James Yeo Jr., once considered to be the richest and most influential man in the colony. Seasonal Jun-Sept: Daily 9:00am-5:00pm Admission charged 902-831-7947 www.peimuseum.com Human Heritage Museum  Eptek Art & Culture Centre 130 Harbour Drive, Summerside One of seven PEI Museum sites, Eptek Centre offers a diverse array of exhibits and programs featuring heritage, visual art and crafts. Wonderful, colorful exhibits of wide interest provide glimpses into the rich PEI culture that Islanders and visitors are sure to find rewarding. Call for details. Year Round Summer: Daily 10:00am-5:00pm Winter: Tues-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm Sunday 12:00pm- 4:00pm Admission by donation 902-888-8373 firstname.lastname@example.org www.peimuseum.com Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 13 Ceilidhs & Kitchen Parties Islanders love to have a good time, and everyone is always welcome to join us! Ceilidhs (pronounced “kay-lees”) traveled to the Island with Scottish and Irish newcomers (Irish spelling “céilí”). Kitchen Parties arrived with new Canadians from France. They are all music and dance-filled celebrations that you’ll find in community halls and on stages across PEI. Human Heritage Experiences PEI’s cultural sector has always been experience oriented. A night at the theatre or a ceilidh ensures the visitor takes home a unique memory and maybe even a new dance step or two. Now, the experiential element of Island culture takes you beyond viewing to hands-on learning experiences in intimate settings. Island cultural masters (music, art, dance, craft, fishers, farmers, etc.) will share their passion with you. Whether you want to develop your creative abilities or try your hand at a traditional Island skill, you’ll find your opportunity through our authentic Island experiences. 14 www.artsandheritagepei.com Museum  Acadian Museum of PEI Route 2, Miscouche One of seven PEI Museum sites, follow the odyssey of Island Acadians from 1720 to present at the Acadian Museum of PEI. Discover treasures related to the Acadians’ 300-year presence in our exhibitions on Prince Edward Island. View our highly rated video and marvel at the paintings in the Galerie Claude Picard. Acadian genealogy resources are available for research. Year Round Summer: Daily 9:30am-7:00pm Fall & Winter: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:00pm Sun 1:00-4:00pm Admission charged 902-432-2880 email@example.com www.peimuseum.com Community Museums PEI is all about community, and that’s why you’ll find dozens of community museums across the Island. Located in historic buildings, on heritage sites and at contemporary interpretative centres, these essential archives celebrate our heritage, architecture, industries, military history and art. For an authentic look at our way of life, spend some time at a community museum. Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 15 Craft Shop  The Bottle House/ Les Maisons De Bouteilles 6891 Route 11, Cap-Egmont 3 life-size buildings made of 25,000 recycled glass bottles. 13- ft giant bottle, impressive flower gardens, replica of Cap-Egmont lighthouse, one-of-a-kind gift shop. Featured in “Ripleys” and “1000 Places to See Before You Die.” Labour of love designation. Family owned for 34 years. Seasonal May, June, Sept & Oct: 9:00am-6:00pm July & Aug: 9:00am-8:00pm Off-Season by Appointment Admission: Adult $6.50, Senior $6.00, Child (6-16 yr) $2.00 902-854-2987 1-866-671-2987 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bottlehouses.com Museum  Canadian Potato Museum 1 Dewar Lane, O’Leary Visit our self-guided museum to learn about the history and culture of the potato. Browse through our various displays and exhibits including the “Amazing Potato Exhibit” and antique farm machinery gallery. Taste our potato products at the PEI Potato Kitchen and gift shop. Farm tours available by reservation. Seasonal May 15-Oct 15 Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Admission: $8.00, Senior $7.00 plus tax 902-859-2039 1-800-565-3547 email@example.com www.canadianpotatomuseum.com 16 www.artsandheritagepei.com Quilt Icon As you travel the Arts & Heritage Trail, you’ll notice icons representing quilt squares on some of the participants’ buildings. These eye-catching quilt boards denote trail participants and provide an artistic visual as you travel across PEI. Each has been designed to reflect the personality of its associated business, organization or site, while helping to identify the Island’s cultural community. Experiential Product  Sea Splash Soap Making Experience 103 School Street, Tignish Cultural Centre Tignish Join us for a fun filled afternoon of learning. Production specialist Eva Arsenault will walk you through the entire soap making process and give you an opportunity to make your own novelty soaps. Your experience includes refreshments and a stop at the Tignish Interpretive Centre. By appointment only. Seasonal Mid May-Mid Oct Mon-Fri by appointment only Experience Cost: $29.00 per person/ min 4 participants 902-882-2896 www.tignishtreasures.ca Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 17 Performing Arts Festival/Event  Arts in Motion Festival Experiential Product  Village Musical Acadien 1745 Route 124, Abram Village Historic Downtown Water Street, Summerside Spend a fun-filled day at the Musical Village. Discover the rich cultural and musical fabric of the Evangeline region. Also experience the regionâ€™s traditional Acadian dancing, arts and cuisine. Interpretive and interactive musical experiences and performances, Musical Hall of Fame, Artisans Gallery, Fully licensed restaurant and more. Daily daytime programming offering various musical, artistic and culinary experiences for all ages! Jun 29-Aug 29 Open daily 10:30am-4:30pm Admission: Adults $10, Family $25, Senior $8, Children under 5 free 902-854-3300 firstname.lastname@example.org www.villagemusical.com The Arts in Motion Festival is about celebrating and experiencing Summersideâ€™s cultural community. Artisans, artists, street performers, musicians, and dancers perform and demonstrate their art on historic Water Street, weekdays from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. The festival is an opportunity to interact with, and enjoy the artistic community. For the festival performance schedule go to www. wyattheritagepropertiesinc.com Seasonal July 21-Aug 8 Mon-Fri, 11:30am-1:30pm Admission: Complimentary 902-432-1298 902-432-1296 email@example.com wyattheritagepropertiesinc.com 18 www.artsandheritagepei.com Festival/Event  The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada 619 Water Street East, Summerside The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada was established in 1989 and has developed a world-class reputation as an international school of excellence in bagpiping, drumming, Highland dancing, step dancing and it is the only year round school of its kind in North America. Each summer, The College of Piping hosts the Highland Gathering and Highland Storm. Year Round Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm Performance nights-open until 10 pm Admission: $5 to $38 per person + HST 902-436-5377 1-877-BAG-PIPE firstname.lastname@example.org www.collegeofpiping.com Festival/Event  In the Spirit of Chautauqua Historic Downtown Water Street, Summerside As part of 2014 celebrations, this five day festival is bringing back the excitement of the original Chautauquas that visited Summerside in the 1920s. From 11 am to 9 pm daily there will be an array of programs offered under the big tent on Water Street; youth entertainment, lectures, drama, music, night concerts etc. For performance schedule go to www.wyattheritagepropertiesinc.com. Seasonal Jul 14-Jul 18 Mon-Fri, 11:00amâ€“9:00pm Admission: day performances by donation/ evening admission to be announced 902-432-1332 902-432-1298 email@example.com wyattheritagepropertiesinc.com Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 19 Craft Shop  Malpeque Fine Iron Products 1209 Barbara Weit Road, Rte 180, Lower New Annan Visit our studio and watch us hand- forge iron using traditional blacksmithing techniques. Weathervanes, pot racks, lamps, wall art and fireplace accessories. Wander through our folk art garden to discover one-of-a-kind fun pieces made from recycled iron objects, including PEIâ€™s flower The Ladyâ€™s Slipper, as well as land and sea creatures. Check us out on Facebook! Year Round Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm; Sat 8:30am-1:00pm or by appointment Experience Cost: Metal Magic $80 per person Visual Arts 902-436-5006 1-866-436-5006 firstname.lastname@example.org www.malpequefineiron.com Craft Shop  Island Traditions Store Home of the Basket Weavers 17 Sunnyside Road, Richmond Discover the ancient art of ash splint basket weaving and watch as professional basket weavers transform an ash tree into timeless and stunning baskets with hand carved handles and hoops. Take part in a workshop and experience the satisfaction of creating your very own authentic basket - stay to view many other unique Island crafts and curiosities created by over 100 local accomplished artisans. Groups welcome! Seasonal May 1-Nov 30 Mon-Sat 9:00am-7:00pm, Sun 10:00am-4:00pm Off-Season by appointment Experience Cost: $10 + HST 902-854-3063 email@example.com www.islandtraditionsstore.com 20 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  Lefurgey Cultural Centre Artisan Gift Shop 205 Prince Street, Summerside Housed in the parlour of the historic 1867 Gothic Revival Lefurgey Cultural Centre, the gift shop showcases unique Island products: books, music, art, pottery, needlework, jewellery, soaps, etc. Also offered is Wyatt Heritage Properties’ home made ice cream made onsite with rich Island dairy products. Come browse and see the artistic side of the Island. Year-round Mon-Fri 9:00am–4:30pm 902-432-1296 902-432-1298 firstname.lastname@example.org www.culturesummerside.com Art Gallery  Gallery 33 33 Summer Street, Summerside Located on the second storey of the 1911 Armoury, Gallery 33 is an art space dedicated to showing the works of local artists. The 2014 exhibit “Into the Fire” features stunning black and white photography depicting haunting images of some of the worst fires in the history of Summerside. Also featuring fire fighting artifacts. Year-round June 23–Aug 30 Mon-Sat 10:00am–5:00pm Spring and Fall by appointment: call 902-432-1332 or 432-1298 Off-Season by Appointment Admission by donation 902-432-1332 902-432-1298 email@example.com www.culturesummerside.com Nor t h C ape Coastal Drive 21 Craft Shop  Abram’s Village Handcraft Co-op 2181 Cannontown Road, Mount Carmel Come visit our shop which has been in operation for 44 years. Quilts are handmade and hand-quilted. We also carry a large variety of Island made crafts such as woodworking, pottery, knitted & crocheted items, Acadian items, paintings, Island photos, hand hooked mats, embroidery, woven items, placemats and potholders. Seasonal Mid June-End of Sept Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm 902-854-2096 firstname.lastname@example.org Island Fusion – A Cultural Festival Join us any time from Thursday June 12 to Monday, June 30 to experience some of the most exciting cultural festivals Prince Edward Island has to offer. All over the Island, musicians, dancers, storytellers, actors and artisans will demonstrate their talents and bring our rich culture to life. Highlights include Festival of Small Halls, College of Piping – Highland Gathering, Artisan PEI Open Studio Day, and Ceilidhs. www.islandfusionpei.com 22 www.artsandheritagepei.com Green Gables Shore The Central Coastal Drive – One Drive, Two Shores The Central Coastal Drive takes visitors along the dune lined coast of the north and the red sand cliffs of the south and through all the pastoral landscape in between. Green Gables Shore Welcome to the home of Anne of Green Gables and her creator, Lucy Maud Montgomery. With Cavendish Beach in the PEI National Park a key stop along the Green Gables Shore Drive, this is the perfect route for families. The Green Gables Shore area takes you through the northern section of central PEI. Its beaches, fishing villages from Tracadie and Covehead to Stanley Bridge, and the PEI National Park make a breathtaking backdrop for the region’s cultural attractions. Visit the galleries, shops and studios of fine artists, woodworkers, makers of wind chimes and toys, antique collectors and textile artisans. Tour our community museums and spend a day or more visiting the “Anne” attractions and of course, Green Gables National Historic Site. Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 23 Central Coastal Drive Green Gables Shore 38 55 50 53 23 33 25 26 47 43 41 52 28 29 22 27 30 40 48 35 39 42 56 34 24 36 46 32 45 44 51 37 31 59 18 64 67 54 49 65 57 62 61 63 98 106 1 4 7 15 19 3 5 14 16 20 58 60 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 See page 57 LISTINGS KEY Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts 24 www.artsandheritagepei.com Built Heritage Museum  Farmer’s Bank of Rustico Museum & Doucet House 2188 Church Road, Route 243 off Route 6, South Rustico Lucy Maud Montgomery Born in Clifton (now New London), PEI in 1874, Lucy Maud Montgomery would become one of Canada’s most famous and cherished writers. With 20 novels and hundreds of poems in print, it was Anne of Green Gables, her first published novel (1908), which put the author on the map. Montgomery’s imaginative and passionate redheaded orphan would become a phenomenon, with over 50 million copies of the first Anne book sold worldwide. Though she died in Ontario in 1942, Maud’s final resting place is at the Cavendish Community Cemetery, here in her beloved PEI. The Farmers’ Bank of Rustico, a National Historic Site, operated from 1864 to 1894, is credited with being “the precursor of the Credit Union movement in North America”. In 2014, the Farmers’ Bank will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of its founding. Special activities planned throughout the year. Brand new exhibition that focuses on the establishments of the Farmer’s Bank and the work of its Founder, Father George-Antoine Belcourt. Seasonal Jun 1-Sept 30 Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Admission: Adults $6.00, Seniors $4.50, Family $12.00 (2 adults, 2 children under 13), Students $3.50 Special event price varies 902-963-3168 email@example.com www.farmersbank.ca Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 25 Human Heritage Anne Product  Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, was born in 1874 in this modest white and green house, decorated with authentic Victorian period pieces and overlooking New London Harbour. Special exhibits include the replica of the writer’s wedding dress and personal scrapbooks containing copies of her many stories and poems. Browse through our books and gift selections. Seasonal May 20-Oct 10 Daily 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: $3.47 per person 902-836-2099 6461 Junction of Route 2066, New London Anne Product  Anne of Green Gables Museum 4542 Route 20, Park Corner The Anne of Green Gables Museum at the beautiful Campbell Homestead is a museum dedicated to the life and works of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables. View the many artifacts, a unique collection of the author’s belongings, and places that she wrote about, such as the Lake of Shining Waters and Anne’s Enchanted Bookcase. Seasonal: May 20-Oct 20 May & Oct: 11:00am-4:00pm June & Sept: 10:00am-4:00pm July & Aug: 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: $4.33 per person 1-800-665-2663 firstname.lastname@example.org www.annemuseum.com 26 www.artsandheritagepei.com Anne Product  Green Gables Heritage Place 8619 Route 6, Cavendish Walk in the footsteps of one of Canada’s most celebrated authors and immerse yourself in the landscape that inspired Anne of Green Gables. The centerpiece of L.M. Montgomery’s ‘Green Gables’, Cavendish National Historic Site boasts exquisite gardens, the original house and farmyard, the walking trails that inspired ‘Lovers Lane’, animated bilingual interpretive events, family fun and games, films, displays and more! Seasonal April 15-30: Open by special appointment only. May 1–Oct 31: Daily 9:00am-5:00pm Nov 1-30: Open by special appointment only. Exception: open to the public on Nov. 1 and 6, on the occasion of scheduled cruise ship arrivals. Hours of operation 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: Peak Season Rates: Family $19.60, Adult $7.80, Senior $6.55 & Youth $3.90 Shoulder Season Rates: Family $15.70, Adult $6.30, Senior $5.40 & Youth $3.15 Winter Season Rates: Family $9.80, Adult $3.90, Senior $3.15 & Youth $1.90 Anne Product  Avonlea Village 8779 Route 6, Cavendish 902-963-7874 email@example.com www.parkscanada.gc.ca/greengables Travel back in time by horse & wagon and become an Avonlea villager! Take field trips with Miss Stacey, dance with Moody, dye wool with Mrs. Lynde, make ice cream with Diana, feed the barnyard animals with Gilbert, go to the Avonlea social with Anne, race pigs with the Sloanes. You’ll love the Avonlea Showband! Check us out on TripAdvisor. Seasonal Jun 20-Aug 31 Daily 10:00am-5:00pm Shops open until 7:00 pm. Admission $19.30 plus HST 902-963-3050 902-218-2244 firstname.lastname@example.org avonlea.ca Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 27 Festival/Event  Celebrating Acadian Days in Rustico 2188 Church Road, Route 243 off Rte 6, South Rustico Festival/Event  Celebrating Canada Week in Rustico 2188 Church Road, Route 243 off Route 6, South Rustico Check website for upcoming events Step back in time to the 1700s, get your fingernails dirty working in the heritage kitchen and herb garden. Bake bread in the Doucet family’s outdoor bake oven. Try your hand at a traditional craft such as carding, spinning wool, candle making, knitting. Daily Heritage interpretive programs, an exhibition of contemporary artists and artisans on site and weekly musical kitchen parties. Seasonal Jul 26-Aug 22 Daily activities Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm email@example.com 902-963-3168 www.farmersbank.ca Celebrate the culture and contribution of the First Nations, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day in Rustico. Celebrate a traditional Acadian Day picnic with authentic Acadian food, flag raising, scavenger hunt for children, music and interpretive tours. Canadian Multiculturalism Day in Rustico, celebrate Canada’s Multiculturalism with a craft display, ethnic food, displays, finishing up with an evening performance of multicultural performers. Enjoy Canada Day in Rustico by assisting in the preparation of an authentic Acadian meal at the Doucet House using the open hearth and outdoor bake oven, enjoy birthday cake, evening soiree of music, singing and dance. Seasonal Jun 21-Jul 1 Daily activities Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Check website for events 902-963-3168 www.farmersbank.ca firstname.lastname@example.org 28 www.artsandheritagepei.com Festival/Event  Celebrating Acadian Harvest in Rustico 2188 Church Road, Route 243 off Route 6, South Rustico We have prepared “a teaching holiday at the Farmers’ Bank of Rustico and Doucet House Museums” for you. There will be an Acadian Lecture series. Topics include “Celebrating the founding of the Farmers’ Bank”, “Pere Georges-Antoine Belcourt” “The building of the Farmers’ Bank”, “Genealogy of the Charter members of the Farmers’ Bank and their ancestors”. Harvesting of the Doucet House gardens, Acadian meal prepared over the open hearth and outdoor bake oven, soirees, and a few surprises. Special events all year long. Seasonal Sept 3-Sept 30 Daily activities Mon- Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Check website for evening events. 902-963-3168 email@example.com www.farmersbank.ca Natural Heritage National Park  Prince Edward Island National Park 40 Dalvay Crescent Experience Canada’s natural and cultural heritage at PEI National Park. Immerse yourself in Island culture through music and stories at our evening campfire programs, and explore Mi’kmaq history and traditions through engaging interpretive activities. Take part in a GPS Heritage Quest, as well as our new cyclocaching program, and be sure to bring the kids for the new Parks Canada Explorers Program! Seasonal Jun 22-Sept 2 Daily 10:00am-6:00pm Admission: Adult $7.80, Senior $6.80, Youth $3.90 & Family/Group $19.60 902-672-6350 firstname.lastname@example.org www.parkscanada.gc.ca/pei Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 29 Performing Arts Festival/Event  Indian River Festival St. Mary’s Church, Route 104, Indian River The Indian River Festival offers a summer long series of concerts in a magnificent heritage church set within sight of beautiful Malpeque Bay. Discover excellence in classical, jazz, Maritime, world and contemporary music by the finest artists from Prince Edward Island and across Canada, all in the world class acoustical setting of St. Mary’s Church, Indian River. Seasonal Jun 22-Sept 19 Box office hours: Mon-Sun, 12:00pm-5:00pm and one hour prior to show time; Performances: 7:30pm-9:30pm Admission: cost varies from show to show 902-836-4933 1-866-836-3733 email@example.com www.indianriverfestival.com Visual Arts Craft Shop  The Toy Factory 5607 Rte. 13, New Glasgow An old-fashioned toy shop, filled with fun, and handcrafted wooden toys. Children can interact with our toy-makers in the workshop, there are lots of toys for playtesting, and most wooden toys can be personalized with a child’s name. We have magical castles too... and pirate ships, dollhouses, fabulous puppets, puzzles, Island crafts, beautiful fairies... and ice cream! Seasonal Spring & Fall (until Jun 15 and after Aug 20): Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Sun 11:00am-4:00pm Summer (Jun 15-Aug 20): Mon-Sat 9:00am-9:00pm Sun 10:00am-5:00pm 902-964-2299 firstname.lastname@example.org www.toy-factory.ca 30 www.artsandheritagepei.com Artisan Studio  Twisted Knickers Inc 303 Penderosa Road, Darnley Welcome to the “home” studio of Arlene MacAusland, where original and traditional designs are expressed with textile and tin. Arlene is an Indie Designer, creating limited edition penny rugs and an additional line of penny rug patterns. Creator of the bunny blankie, she also sells individual bunnies from the studio in all colors and PEI tartan. Tin punch decor, ornaments and tin punch kits are also available. Stop in and try weaving on her floor loom. Seasonal June, July & August: Mon- Fri 6:00pm til dark. Call ahead for weekend hours. Sept & Oct: Mon- Fri 10:00am-3:00pm. Call ahead for weekend hours 902-836-5517 www.twistedknickers.ca Craft Shop  Village Pottery 10567 Rte 6, New London PEI’s longest running pottery shop! Featuring the work of over 10 Island potters along with jewelry, weaving and art made on PEI. Watch a demonstration in the studio, shop for functional and fun stoneware pottery or take a stroll through the gardens. Family owned and operated. Follow us online @VillagePottery! Seasonal May 9-Oct 15 Open daily 10:00am-5:30pm 902-886-2473 email@example.com www.villagepottery.ca Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 31 Artisan Studio  Design by Nancy 212 Paynter Road, Springbrook Open daily, please call ahead for hours. I design and fabricate silver jewelry in my studio overlooking French River. My designs are organic, contemporary, simple and elegant. Finding balance in the asymmetrical forms of nature is exciting for me. I hope you will drop by in your travels. Seasonal Jun 15-Sept 15 Call ahead for hours 902-886-3327 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nlmjewelry.com Craft Shop  Hermann-Suzuki Pottery 4740 Rte 6, Oyster Bed Located in a charming old house in Oyster Bed, visitors will find functional and one of a kind stoneware pottery made by Isako Suzuki and Philip Hermann. Each piece of our distinctive Neriage pottery is a piece of art on its own. Perfect for those looking for something very special from PEI. Seasonal Jun 15-Sept 15 Mon, call ahead for hours Tues-Sun 10:00am-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-368-2898 email@example.com www.hspottery.com 32 www.artsandheritagepei.com Island Lighthouses As an Island, the sea has been an integral part of the livelihood, visual landscape and recreational life of Islanders for centuries. Built to warn ships of dangers at sea and as a beacon leading safely to port, lighthouses have been an essential nautical aid here since 1845, when PEIâ€™s first lighthouse was built. Today, visitors can tour many of our lighthouses and lighthouse museums to explore their critical role in our maritime heritage, or simply to enjoy the beautiful vistas they create along our coastline. Artisan Studio  Greg Garand Studio 1855 Hamilton Road, Indian River Original paintings of the Maritimes. Visit the artist in his studio, situated along the pastoral landscape of Malpeque Bay. Year Round Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm or by appointment 902-836-4011 902-439-0048 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org www.greggarand.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 33 Art Gallery  Kensington Art Gallery 27 Commercial Street, Kensington Browse our unique art gallery, a rustic freight shed, located at the historic Kensington train station. We are twenty Island artists who display our works and take turns staffing our one-of-kind showcase. We offer you Island originals in a variety of painting styles, medium and size, along with reproductions, prints and cards. Art for everyone. Welcome! Seasonal Jun 15-Sept 15 Open daily 10:00am-4:00pm 902-886-2395 email@example.com Artisan Studio  Hutchinson Pottery 33 Camp Road, Oyster Bed Bridge New location! Come visit Jessica Hutchinsonâ€™s new working pottery studio. Handcrafted stoneware pottery that is inspired by the Islands landscape yet focuses on the little things such as light, shape and textures. Pottery that co-exists beautifully with the eb and flow of everyday life. Year Round Open daily by appointment (Mon 10:00am-5:00pm) 902-621-5456 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hutchinsonpottery.com 34 www.artsandheritagepei.com Artisan Studio  Pottery by the Sea 7520 Cavendish Road, North Rustico Hand-painted under glaze porcelain and red stoneware in bas-relief created by Kerry Kingston since 1978. We are just outside the town of North Rustico. Come by and browse through our studio, featuring jewellery, woodwork, and many other Island artisan creations. Seasonal May 1-Oct 30 Mon-Sat 9:00am-6:00pm Sun 10:00am-6:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-963-3647 902-963-2837 email@example.com www.potterybythesea.com Craft Shop  The Great Canadian Soap Co. 4224 Portage Road, Oyster Bed Pamper yourself & everyone else on your list with “100% natural” cosmetics & beauty products. Atlantic Canada’s largest goats milk soap producer (50 unique varieties). Everything handmade on site. Featured in Saltscapes Magazine’s “55 things you’ll love about Atlantic Canada”. Visit & feed goats that supply naturally rich, moisturizing milk, bottle-feed baby goats (seasonal). Live demonstrations, all day, everyday. Year Round Jun 24-Oct 11 Summer hours: Daily 9:00am-6:00pm Off season: call ahead for hours 902-672-2242 1-800-793-1644 firstname.lastname@example.org www.greatcanadiansoap.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 35 T he many faces of Anne So well-loved is L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables, that she has had many incarnations since being introduced in 1908. Montgomery herself wrote nine Anne novels and two others in which Anne makes an appearance. Montgomery’s original has been adapted for the TV and film screen at least six times. A Japanese animated TV series, and three sequels to the original have been produced for Canadian television. It has also been mounted for the stage. Anne of Green Gables presented by the Confederation Centre of the Arts is Canada’s longest-running musical. Anne & Gilbert, the newest Anne stage musical, is now presented at The Guild in Charlottetown. Artisan Studio  Heather Hannon Island Art Studio 65 Seamans Road, Stanhope Heather offers a wide selection of original paintings and fine art prints of Island and Maritime themes. Prints are available in various sizes, and both unframed or framed. Heather’s work combines fine detail and vibrant colours in eye-catching compositions that you will enjoy for a lifetime. Visit our Studio for that special memento of your PEI vacation. Seasonal Jun 25-Sept 21 Mon 10:30am-4:00pm Thurs-Sat 10:30am-5:00pm Sun 10:00am-4:00pm. Open holidays by Appointment Off-Season by Appointment 902-672-1563 email@example.com www.venturepartner.ca/heatherhannon 36 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  Rustico Bay Wool Sweater Company 7218 Route 6, North Rustico Specializing in premium quality handmade knitted sweaters. Made in Atlantic Canada throughout the region by cottage based industries. Pure wool sweaters and accessories. Featuring the famous work sock sweater and the timeless Fisherman Knit Sweaters. We are proud to focus on Canadian products, fine crafts and giftware. Atlantic Canadian music, yarn, books and jewelery. Pure Canadian - Pure Quality. We ship world wide. “A woolly nice place to shop”. Seasonal Mid May-Late Oct May-June call ahead for hours July-Aug 9:00am-9:00pm Sept-Oct, call ahead for hours 902-963-3576 1-866-963-3576 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rusticosweaters.pe.ca Art Gallery  The Dunes Studio Gallery and Cafe Seasonal May 1-Oct 31 Open daily 9:00am-9:00pm 3622 Brackley Point Road, Brackley Within this architecturally striking complex overlooking water gardens, Peter and Joel produce exquisite award winning pottery. Our Art Gallery features paintings and prints by local Artists. We display Eve’s fine gold jewellery, some of the finest in Canada. Canadian crafts by 50 contributing artists. In our Annex building we feature furniture, jewelery, fashions, fine art, wooden sculpture, housewares and garden art. Dine on inspired cuisine. 902-672-2586 email@example.com www.dunesgallery.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 37 Artisan Studio  Gaudreau Fine Woodworking Artisans 11 Grand Pere Point Road, South Rustico Proud to celebrate our 34th year of operation. Gaudreau Fine Woodworking specializes in small household objects created from birdseye maple, burls, black walnut and mahogany. The spacious gallery features the works of our studio and pottery made by artisans throughout the region. If you are a bird watcher, enjoy the outstanding views of eagles and herons on the bay’s edge while you visit us. Seasonal Jun 1-Oct 12 June, daily 10:00am-5:00pm July & August daily 10:00am-7:00pm Sept, daily 10:00am-6:00pm Oct, daily 10:00am-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-963-2273 firstname.lastname@example.org www.woodmagic.ca Craft Shop  Knit Pickers PEI 566 Line Road, Mayfield Located in scenic Cavendish, you’ll find luxurious, environmentally friendly Island treasures. In addition to custom-order tartans, merino sweaters and accessories, we designed the newly registered “MacEachern tartan”! Enjoy a unique line of Island-made natural bath and body care products, pure beeswax candles, and matted photos portraying the beauty of our Island. We even offer a wee touch of Christmas year-round! You can also find us at our summer studio location in Avonlea Village June 1-Sept 14 from 11:00am-5:00pm. $22.00pp admission to Avonlea Village. Seasonal April 15-May 31 Tues-Sat 11:00am-4:00pm Tues-Sat Jun 1-Oct 11 6pm until dusk Off-Season by Appointment 902-626-8284 email@example.com www.knitpickerspei.com 38 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  Island Artifacts Eclectic Gift Shop 4720 Route 6, Oyster Bed Come in and enjoy the rustic atmosphere and great selection of handmade quilts, fused and stained glass, artwork, yummy foods, woodwork, soaps and so much more. All locally and Maritime made by over 40 talented artisans. We are also home of Bent Island Creations Jewelery Studios, where you can have a custom piece made or choose from our seasonal collections of handmade jewelry. Seasonal May 15-Oct 15 Mon-Sat 10:00am-6:00pm Sun 10:00am-5:00pm 902-393-2954 firstname.lastname@example.org www.islandartifactseclecticgifts.com Artisan Studio  North Shore Island Traditions Past & Present Rug Shop 7176 Rustico Road, Rte 6, North Rustico Our charming shop specializes in traditional rughooking, with exclusive kits and related supplies. For avid knitters, we offer luxury yarns, Addi Turbo, Addi Click, Denise Interchangeableâ€™s, and handmade wooden needles. We feature scrapbooking/card making supplies, including Memory Box dies, Graphic 45, 3D pre-cuts, Pergamano, Spirelli, Embroidery on Paper, and a large selection of exquisite handmade cards. Lessons available on request. Seasonal Jun 15-Oct 11 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-963-2453 email@example.com www.hookamat.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 39 Artisan Studio  New London Joy 4305 Grahams Road, New London At New London Joy, you will find unique handicrafts (made in PEI) from mosaics to rustic birdhouses, art glass birdbaths to colourful quilted pieces. Acrylic painted landscapes and colourful florals. Collectible glassware and china, and lots of odds and ends! Create your own mosaic! Workshop dates on the website. â€œA thing of beauty is a joy foreverâ€? ~ John Keats Seasonal Jun 1-Sept 30 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Cost of Experience: Mosaic Workshop $50-$80 plus HST 902-886-2505 902-394-6527 firstname.lastname@example.org www.newlondonjoy.com Artisan Studio  Island Winds 3827 Millvale Road, Rte 231, South Granville Island Winds windchimes are made in a historic barn situated in a scenic rural area near Cavendish. Visitors have access to all work areas to see how our gale force chimes are made. A complete selection of our chimes available for purchase in the retail area. Seasonal May 5-Dec 25 Mon-Sat 9:00am-6:00pm Sun 10:30am-4:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-964-2284 1-800-824-9463 email@example.com www.islandwindcraft.com 40 www.artsandheritagepei.com Art Gallery  Brackley Beach Gallery 3421 Brackley Point Road, Rte 15 Brackley Stop by and visit us as the Brackley Beach Gallery, situated in historic Howes Hall, located on Brackley Point Rd. Adam Sultan is the Artist in Residence and is well known on both coasts of Canada. At the gallery you will find a selection of original paintings, pottery, antiques, original cards, and paintings from nature and inner inspiration. The 2014 guest artist will be Dr. David Stewart. Seasonal Jun 1-Oct 31 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-964-3085 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brackleybeachgallery.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 41 Art Gallery  Karen Gallant Studio Gallery in Rustico 1980 Rustico Road, Rustico Corner of Routes 6 and 243 Come visit the Gallery. Discover paintings by local artist Karen Gallant, prints and unique finds. The work is vibrant, energetic, simplicity and painterly. Both small to large scale pieces emerge, each with its own intrinsic reason dêtre. Gallant’s work seeks the mysterious spark at the heart of Island stories that have been passed down by generations of natural observers and tellers. Seasonal Jun 21-Sep 30 Tues-Sat 11:00am-5:00pm Possible extended hours and by appointment Off-Season by Appointment 902-963-3999 email@example.com www.karengallant.com William Critchlow Harris - Architect In 1856, at two years of age, William Critchlow Harris emigrated from Wales to Prince Edward Island with his family. After apprenticing with an architect in Halifax, William returned to PEI and became an architect of renown, specializing in the design of churches. His work mixed elements of Gothic styles; his earlier designs following the High Victorian style, and his later, the French Gothic style. Fine Island examples of Harris architecture include Beaconsfield in Charlottetown, and St. Mary’s Church in Indian River, home of the Indian River Festival. William is the brother of Robert Harris, founding member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art, who is famous for his portrait of the Fathers of Confederation. 42 www.artsandheritagepei.com Art Gallery  Gallery 18 10686 Rte 6, , New London (Clifton Heights Lane) Gallery 18 is the biggest art gallery and antiques shop on Prince Edward Island. It specializes in original PEI art, authentic antique maps and prints, old and collectible books, vintage posters, ephemera, small collectibles, and furniture. Gallery 18 has abundant vehicle parking, and is wheelchair accessible. The shop is available to collectors year round, although it is always best to email or telephone before planning a visit. Year Round May-Oct 9:30am-5:00pm Call for appointment during off season 902-886-3201 firstname.lastname@example.org www.Gallery18.com Confederation Trail Today, PEIâ€™s train routes have been converted to 400 kilometers of walking and cycling paths that take you into the wetlands and hardwood groves, through quaint villages and along sparkling rivers. The Confederation Trail is a treasure for nature lovers, artists, hikers, and photographers, or anyone looking to spread a blanket for an afternoon picnic. Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 43 Artisan Studio  Ethridge Pottery 573 Irishtown Road, Kensington Our studio offers a variety of hand thrown pottery for everyday use as well as oneof-a-kind pieces to accent your decor. A great place to pick up a variety of small â€œMade in PEIâ€? pottery items suitable for gift-giving. My studio is easily found just outside Kensington. Year Round Open daily June-Sept 902-954-0144 email@example.com Craft Shop  Hawkins Pottery Studio 843 Rattenbury Road, North Granville A combined workspace and retail area allows Patti to welcome visitors year round. At Hawkins Pottery Studio, you will find functional and decorative stoneware pottery in a variety of glaze combinations depicting island landscapes. Distinct pieces appealing to those looking for something special. Year Round June-Sept Tues-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm Sat 12:00-5:00pm Sun-Mon by appointment Off season by appointment 902-886-2697 firstname.lastname@example.org Check us out on Facebook! 44 www.artsandheritagepei.com Cultural Souvenirs Visitors to PEI have long cherished Island-made arts and crafts as keepsakes and one-of-a-kind gifts. As PEI’s artisan sector has grown, so has its offerings and quality. PEI is a craft lovers paradise with artisan studios, craft shops, antique shops and art galleries dotting our Island landscape. Artisan Studio  Willow Bend Studio 143 MacLauchlin Highlands, Stanhope Enjoy colorful, imaginative and uniquely handcrafted metal art. Add a touch of whimsy to your home, garden or cottage. Home of the original “tinflower”. Year Round Studio open by appointment (be sure to call ahead) or at The Charlottetown Farmers Market Saturdays year round and Wednesdays during the summer, 9:00am-2:00pm 902-672-2756 email@example.com www.willowbendstudio.com Green Gables Shore Central Coastal Drive 45 46 www.artsandheritagepei.com Red Sands Shore The Central Coastal Drive – One Drive, Two Shores The Central Coastal Drive takes visitors along the dune lined coast of the north and the red sand cliffs of the south and through all the pastoral landscape in between. Red Sands Shore If you traveled across the Confederation Bridge on your way to PEI, you arrived in the Red Sands Shore area. This area is named for the red sand and soil that make up its cliffs, tide pool beaches and heritage roads. Here Island arts and heritage really get hands-on. You can take lessons in building sandcastles, “throw your first pot” or become a chocolatier in the seaside artisan village of Victoria by the Sea. Discover cultural artifacts such as a 10,000 year-old spear point, visit a restored one-room schoolhouse and one of PEI’s oldest lighthouses. Explore the grounds and remnants of PEI’s first permanent European settlement, The Port-la-Joye – Fort Amherst National Historic Site of Canada. Enjoy live theatre, music, and storytelling at one of the Island’s most intimate theatres, the Victoria Playhouse. Discover the fine art, jewelry, pottery, weaving, woodcraft and glasswork of the artists of Red Sands Shore. The less travelled coastline provides perfect cycling for all ages. Red Sand s Shore Central Coastal Drive 47 Central Coastal Drive Red Sands Shore 38 55 50 53 23 33 25 26 47 43 41 52 28 29 22 27 30 40 48 35 39 42 56 34 24 36 46 32 45 44 51 37 31 59 18 64 67 54 49 65 57 62 61 63 98 106 1 4 7 15 19 3 5 14 16 20 58 60 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 See page 57 LISTINGS KEY Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts 48 www.artsandheritagepei.com Human Heritage National Historic Site  Port-la-Joye Fort Amherst National Historic Site 191 Hache-Gallant Drive, Rocky Point Discover the rich history of settlement, conflict and change during the struggle for control of North America and learn about the importance of this site to French, Mi’kmaq and British history. Navigate the extensive trail system, take part in engaging learning programs and enjoy a truly unique picnic experience on the grounds of the old fort, with spectacular views of Charlottetown. Year Round Jun 13-Oct 17 902-675-2220 firstname.lastname@example.org www.parkscanada.gc.ca/portlajoye Performing Arts Theatre  Victoria Playhouse Festival 20 Howard Street, Victoria PEI’s longest running little theatre is housed in the intimate and historic Victoria Community Hall. A favourite entertainment spot for Islanders and visitors, featuring contemporary comedy, drama and musical concerts, it’s easy to see why The New York Times called the Victoria Playhouse a Hidden Gem! Authentic, friendly and professional. Don’t miss us! Seasonal Jun 26-Sept 14 Mon-Sat 1:00pm–8:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm 902-658-2025 1-800-925-2025 email@example.com www.victoriaplayhouse.com Red Sand s Shore Central Coastal Drive 49 Visual Arts Art Gallery  Art Gallery of Anne Gallant 59B Broadway Street North, Kensington Robert Harris Artist Born in 1849, Robert Harris would become famous for his portraits and is recognized as one of Canada’s great artists. The Harris family, including his brother William (see page 41), emigrated from Wales to Prince Edward Island. Robert studied art in Europe and in Boston, returning to the Island in 1879. Though he would later live in Toronto and Montreal, Harris remains very much an Island artist, with portraits of Islanders featuring significantly in his body of work. His painting Fathers of Confederation has become an iconic Canadian image. Harris is buried in Charlottetown’s St. Peter’s Cemetery. An extensive collection of his work is housed at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown. Art Full of Flavours - Take an art class with Anne Gallant, and enjoy the tastes of PEI. You will spend four hours with Anne who will help you create a painting of a beautiful Island scene. Throughout the class, you will also be able to enjoy PEI Wines, PEI Cheese and PEI Mussels. These classes will take place every Thursday through the months of July and August 2014. Seasonal May 1-Dec 24 Mon- Fri 9:00am-5:00pm Sat 10:00am- 4:00pm Experience Cost: $75 902-836-3113 902-439-2121 firstname.lastname@example.org www.annegallant.com 50 www.artsandheritagepei.com Artisan Studio  Meadowbrook Arts, Crafts & Creations 677 Route 13, Crapaud Fabric sculptor, Mandala painter and Certified Paverpol Master instructor; organizer of art and crafts classes of a different kind. Our studio offers trainings and workshops if you want to master a different technique of sculpting using an old t-shirt and transform it into a work of art using Paverpol Polymer, or if you want to learn how to paint from the soul. All handcrafted artwork is for sale on site. Year Round Tues 12:30- 4:00pm Wed Fri 11:00am-4:00pm Sat & Sun by appointment Experience Cost: Workshops start at $20.00 902-658-3171 email@example.com www.meadowbrookartstudio.com 29 Main Street, Victoria Artisan Studio  Red Sand Jewelry and Fine Art Unique, one of a kind jewelry inspired by the colours and view scapes of Atlantic Canada, as well as the cultural and ethnic sources of the materials used in each piece. Original works of art by Wendell Dennis are also on display, and are available for sale. Located in the heart of the village, on historic Main Street. Seasonal May 30-Sept 7 Daily 11:00am-5:00pm or By Appointment 902-658-3133 firstname.lastname@example.org www.redsandjewelry.com Red Sand s Shore Central Coastal Drive 51 Art Gallery  Purcell Parlour Gallery 48 Herlihy Drive, Clyde River Showing original watercolors and oil paintings inspired by the beauty of our Island. Commissions welcome and shipping available. Begin or renew your fascination with the art of watercolor painting. Register for the “Joy of Watercolor Landscape” or “Beginner Botanicals 1864 Style”, with an experienced artist and teacher. Interactive demos, hands on painting tips. All materials are included. Year Round Call ahead to book Cost of Experience: $65.00 902-368-7526 email@example.com www.juliapurcell.ca Scan me! (QR Codes) If your smartphone has an application that can read QR codes (Quick Response codes), scan the code above and you’ll be taken directly to the Arts and Heritage Trail website. These QR codes are a convenient way to make an immediate link between a site, product or organization and its website. You’ll also find scannable QR codes attached to the quilt icon signs along the trail, giving you another source for visitor information. 52 www.artsandheritagepei.com Artisan Studio  Seaclay Pottery 1043 South Melville Road, South Melville Functional and sculptural stoneware with distinctive texturing, reflecting the surrounding environment of woodland and sea; as well as unique hand built smoke fired work. Year Round Call ahead for appointment or hours of operation 902-658-2415 firstname.lastname@example.org Open Studio Experiences On specific dates throughout the season, province-wide Artisan Open Studio Experiences give the culturally curious an opportunity to meet our artisans in their working studios. As part of the Island Fusion Festival, on June 21, PEI Artisan Open Studio Day will have all 26 Artisans available to welcome you at their Studios. A calendar of Open Studio Experiences is found at www.ArtisanPEI.com. Art Gallery Red Sand s Shore Central Coastal Drive 53 Artisan Studio  The Master’s Pieces 3664 Dixon Road, Breadalbane A visual feast of colour for all fabric enthusiasts! Visit this unique artisan studio and quilt shop nestled in a “piece full” woodland featuring fairly traded, hand-dyed batiks. Individually handcrafted quality home decor, hangings, runners and more, for gifts or create your own inspired masterpieces. Quilters welcome! Coordinating cottons in “fats”, yardage, original precut kits or “Kit n’ Kabooty” strips. Member PEICC, ArtisanPEI Year Round Jun 15-Sept 15 Daily 10:00am-4:00pm. Other times and off season by appointment. 902-621-0569 (studio) 902-628-7348 (cell) email@example.com www.themasterspieces.ca  GenovArt Studio and Gallery 155 Blue Shank Road, Summerside The bright vibrant colors and textures of Lise Genova’s art will delight you. At GenovArt Studio and Gallery, you will find a variety of excellent original works in acrylic, oil and watercolor featuring Island scenes, floral, landscape, still life and intuitive work produced with high quality materials. Reproductions and cards featuring Island Scenes are also available. Group classes and workshops from Sept-May, Private instructions year round Year Round Mon-Sat, 10:00am-4:00pm Sun 12:00pm-4:00pm 902-724-0932 902-724-0932 firstname.lastname@example.org www.genovartstudio.com 54 www.artsandheritagepei.com Art Gallery  The Studio Gallery 4 Howard Street, Victoria Featuring original paintings by Island artists Sylvia Ridgway, Maurice Bernard, P. John Burden and Karen Gallant, and gicleés by Henry Dunsmore. Also on view, the etching studio of Doreen Foster with demonstrations of how etchings are made. The Gallery also offers a large selection of fine art reproductions of Island locales as well as fantasy and mythical imagery. Seasonal May 18-Oct 12 Daily 10:00am–5:00pm 902-658-2733 email@example.com www.studiogallery.ca Craft Shop  Drummond Pens & Fine Wood Products 409 Drummond Road, Freetown On a small turing lathe, Garth produces exquisite pens, pencils, key rings, etc. From over a hundred different exotic and local woods. He also produces orders from the clients’ wood and supplies. Governments, corporations and individuals. Garth has been commended for the high quality of his workmanship. All of his products are completely guaranteed. Also, stop by and check out our line of luxury soaps produced by Lilypad Creations. Seasonal Jun 15-Sept 30 Call ahead for appointment or hours of operation 902-887-2985 902-432-2495 firstname.lastname@example.org www.drummondpens.com www.lilypadcreations.ca Red Sand s Shore Central Coastal Drive 55 56 www.artsandheritagepei.com Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island and the “Birthplace of Canada”. It was here that the Fathers of Confederation first met and agreed to discuss plans for a country that would stretch from “sea to sea”. It’s no wonder that Charlottetown is home to exceptional cultural experiences. At Province House National Historic Site visit the room where the “Fathers of Confederation” met, and our working Legislature still meets. Stroll on a guided walking tour of our historic district and take in reenactments of historic events. Visit the official residence of PEI’s Lieutenant Governor, stay in a restored historic property, or tour an elegant Victorian home. Enjoy the scale and architecture of our historic district. In Charlottetown, you will find our military past on display, and our Celtic heritage onstage. Jazz and blues and theatre festivals fill the summer. Throughout the city, art and photography galleries, glass and woodworking studios invite you to visit and to become a part of the culture and heritage of our capital. Charlottet own 57 Charlottetown LISTINGS KEY Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts 58 www.artsandheritagepei.com National Historic Site  Province House National Historic Site 165 Richmond Street, Charlottetown The birthplace of confederation and the seat of Prince Edward Island’s provincial legislature since 1847, Province House National Historic Site stands as a landmark in Charlottetown. Be welcomed by friendly and knowledgeable Parks Canada staff and learn about the history of the building and the current Legislative Assembly through guided tours, displays, and a film about the Charlottetown Conference that led to the creation of Canada. Year Round Apr 1-Jun 30 Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm July 1-Sept 1 Open daily 9:00am-5:00pm Sept 2-Nov 30 Mon–Fri 9:00am-5:00pm (closed statutory holidays) Built Heritage 902-566-7626 email@example.com www.parkscanada.gc.ca/provincehouse Museum  Beaconsfield Historic House Corner of Kent and West Streets, Charlottetown One of seven PEI Museum sites, Beaconsfield Historic House was built in 1877 for wealthy shipbuilder and merchant James Peake. Today, Beaconsfield stands as a wonderful example of Victorian elegance with a fascinating story to tell, Gift Shop on site. Open year round for tours, Beaconsfield hosts a variety of lectures, concerts, and theatre performances in its Carriage House. Year Round Summer, daily 10:00am-5:00pm Winter, Mon Tues/ Thurs- Fri 12:00pm-4:00pm Admission charged 902-368-6603 firstname.lastname@example.org www.peimuseum.com Charlottet own 59 Performing Arts Festival/Event  The Charlottetown Festival 130 Queen Street, Charlottetown Celebrating a legacy - 50 seasons of imagination, heritage and spirit on our splendid stages! Experience it all; join us for the 50th anniversary of the original Anne musical, Anne of Green Gables - The Musical â„˘, the return of the hits revue Canada ROCKS!, the dance marathon We are Canadian from the Young Company and much more! Seasonal Jun 16-Sept 1 Mon-Sat 9:00am-8:00pm 902-566-1267 1-800-565-0278 email@example.com www.charlottetownfestival.com Human Heritage Museum  The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum 3 Haviland Street, Charlottetown The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum highlights the history and heritage of military forces on the Island. Come and see our collection of over 2000 artifacts, some dating as far back as 1807, and our various interpretative displays. Currently featured is a display about Prince Edward Island and the War of 1812 and another about Islanders who served with the Devilâ€™s Brigade. Year Round Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm Thurs 7:00-9:00pm or call for appointment Admission is free; donations are appreciated 902-368-0108 firstname.lastname@example.org 60 www.artsandheritagepei.com Experiential Product  Confederation Players Walking Tours 130 Queen Street, Charlottetown Stroll down Charlottetown’s historic district with Confederation Players - a troupe of costumed, bilingual Canadians, trained as living Fathers and Ladies of Confederation. Enjoy a guided walking tour or attend historic vignettes outside of Province House, the site of the celebrated 1864 Charlottetown Conference on Confederation. Seasonal Jul 1-Aug 30 Call to book an appointment 902-566-1267 1-800-565-0278 email@example.com www.confederationcentre.com/ confederationplayers Canada is born In September 1864, delegates from PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were meeting in Charlottetown to discuss Maritime Union. Representatives from the province of Canada (Quebec & Ontario) arrived in Charlottetown to discuss the larger possibility of creating a nation that would stretch from sea to sea. When “The Fathers of Confederation” came ashore in rowboats no one was there to greet them. A circus was in town and most Islanders were in the audience. Despite this less than stellar beginning, consensus was reached to move forward with the concept of the new “Canada”. For this reason, PEI is referred to as “The Birthplace of Canada” and “The Cradle of Confederation”. Join us in 2014 as we celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference! Charlottet own 61 Visual Arts 111 Queen Street, Charlottetown Theatre  The Guild The Guild is a black box theatre and gallery space located in the heart of Downtown Charlottetown. Our wellknown theatre space is ideal for both seasoned and emerging performers.The Gallery at The Guild is a multi-purpose, free public gallery that celebrates the talents of artists from all disciplines. Our venue is licensed, air conditioned and wheel-chair accessible. Year Round Summer hours: June 17-Oct 12, Open daily 9:00am-9:00pm Admission: Tickets start at $20.00 902-620-3333 1-866-774-0717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theguildpei.com Artisan Studio  Happy Glass 126 Richmond Street, Victoria Row Charlottetown Happy Glass is a lively working studio, located on the second floor of a heritage building overlooking vibrant Victoria Row. Visit BJ as she makes contemporary artisan jewellery. If the kiln is on, she will demonstrate how she makes her colourful beads using molten glass and silver. When you visit the studio, you can’t help but feel happy. Year Round May 1-Sept 30 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Oct 1-Apr 30 Thurs-Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm & by appointment 902-892-3307 email@example.com www.happyglass.ca 62 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  Cordelia’s Artisan Boutique 93 Water Street, Charlottetown Cordelia’s is an Island Artisan Boutique. We are focused on providing high quality gifts which have been lovingly created by artisans from PEI. Offering a beautiful collection of truly unique gifts including jewelry & accessories, fine art, pottery, textiles, hand-sculptured gifts & souvenirs, kitchen accessories, bath & beauty products. The little store with a big heart! 100% PEI. Year Round Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm 902-314-6542 902-675-4952 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cordeliaspei.com Craft Shop  Moonsnail 85 Water Street, Charlottetown Follow your nose to Moonsnail, a stone’s throw from the Charlottetown waterfront! Tour our production studio where we handcraft 20+ varieties of soap and 60+ all natural body care creations. PEI specialties include Red Clay & Kelp Soap, an Island salt scrub. Moonsnail is overflowing with an amazing selection of local artisan craft, including a huge selection of pottery and jewellery. Blissful browsing since 1996! Year Round Mon-Sat 9:00am-9:00pm Sun 10:00am-6:00pm 902-892-7627 1-888-771-7627 email@example.com www.ilovemoonsnail.com Charlottet own 63 Craft Shop  Northern Watters Knitwear 150 Richmond Street, Charlottetown Home of â€œWorld Famousâ€? 100% British Wool Sweaters & accessories made on site. Also the largest PEI craft store with over 125 local artisans, open year round. We carry yarns, sheep skin products, wool blankets and preserves. Awarded Top Charlottetown Retailer 2012. Come in and see our knitters at work! Year Round Summer/ Fall Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-8:00pm Sat 9:00am-6:00pm Sun 11:00am-5:00pm 902-566-5850 1-800-565-9665 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nwknitwear.com Arts Now With a heritage steeped in the arts, PEI has always been about honouring the traditional while embracing the new. As technology has become more userfriendly, recordings by PEI artists can be heard online. Their music videos and concert clips populate websites, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media. Our filmmakers have also taken to the web, creating several web series such as Bunny Bop, Food Country with Chef Michael Smith, Bunkerdown, Jiggers, Faces and Hands, Ponderings and Profile PEI. 64 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  McAskillâ€™s Studio 26 Beasley Avenue, Charlottetown What Wood you Make? Visit our studio, smell the aroma of wood being crafted. Sign up for a class and try your hand at the art of woodworking. Check out our website for details. Drop into our showroom for a great representation of pottery, wood, glass, metal, jewellery and art print disciplines by local artists. Furniture by Joe McAskill. Year Round Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm Sat 9:00am-12:00pm Experience Cost: $90 per person 902-566-3416 1-866-303-3416 email@example.com www.mcaskillwoodworking.com Artisan Studio  Stacey Leunes Designs 126 Richmond Street, Victoria Row (Third Floor), Charlottetown In my bright and cheery working studio I use the traditional hand tools of metal smithing and stone setting. I start with the gemstones and each design evolves from there. Youâ€™re welcome to watch me hammer, saw and polish the day away with the energy of Victoria Row humming below. Seasonal May 1-Oct 1 Thurs-Sat 12:00pm-5:00pm Sun-Wed by appointment Off-Season by Appointment 902-314-5269 firstname.lastname@example.org staceyleunesdesigns.bigcartel.com Charlottet own 65 Art Gallery  Confederation Centre Art Gallery 130 Queen Street, Charlottetown Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Confederation Centre Art Gallery presents Canadian artists in contemporary and historic exhibitions, and public programs that inspire appreciation, discussion, and enjoyment of Canada’s diverse cultural heritage. Atlantic Canada’s largest Art Gallery, admission by donation. Year Round May 12-Oct 19 Open daily 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: By donation 902-628-1864 email@example.com www.confederationcentre.com/en/ art-gallery.php Craft Shop  The Showcase Gift Shop 130 Queen Street, Charlottetown Visit our elegant gift shop in the theatre lobby. The Showcase features quality handcrafted items, jewellery, pottery, women’s fashion and accessories, memorabilia from the Famous Anne of Green Gables - The Musical ™ and more! Open year round. Year Round Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm 902-628-6149 firstname.lastname@example.org www.confederationcentre.com/en/ shop-the-showcase.php 66 www.artsandheritagepei.com Art Gallery  Walker Studios 89 Water Street, Charlottetown Jeanette is a designer goldsmith who creates finely crafted eco-ethical luxury jewellery. Specializing in engagement and wedding bands made using slow, ancient techniques. Ocean inspired collections are on display. Lindsay is a fine artist specializing in nature scenes, finding beauty in the unexpected. Original oil paintings and limited productions prints are on display. Year Round Mon-Fri 10:00am-5:00pm Sat 10:00am-4:00pm 902-566-5216 902-393-6376 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.jeanettewalkerjewellery.com www.lindsaywalkerart.com Art Gallery  Details, Past & Present Fine Art Gallery 166 Richmond Street (Victoria Row) Charlottetown The gallery has been in business over 20 years showcasing high quality original art from local and international artists in a wide selection of styles and mediums. Many of our artists are internationally recognized. Several exhibitions are held throughout the year. We also feature blown glass, fused glass, designer jewellery and art pottery. Located in the historic area of Charlottetown on Victoria Row. Year Round Mid June- End Sept/Early Oct Mon- Sat 10:00am-7:00pm Sun 12:00-5:00pm Mid Oct-Dec, Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:30pm Remainder of year Tues-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm 902-892-2233 email@example.com www.detailspastandpresent.com Charlottet own 67 Artisan Studio  Studio 4-Susan Christensen Art Studio 17 Patrie Lane, Charlottetown Island artist Susan Christensen has a deep passion for her Island home, and for the arts. She creates and sells original paintings of Prince Edward Island landscapes and colourful florals, along with limited edition art prints and note cards. Susan welcomes visitors to her studio to watch her while she works on her paintings, creating timeless images of Prince Edward Island. Year Round By Appointment 902-892-8551 902-940-4025 firstname.lastname@example.org www.susanchristensenart.com PEI Heritage Places Living in the Birthplace of Canada, Islanders have first hand experience with cultural heritage and its preservation. Our diminutive Island is home to more than 850 Heritage Places. These places, recognized for their historical importance include public buildings, churches, lighthouses, residences, parks, pioneer cemeteries, heritage roads, barns, and schools. Information on the historical significance for each place, a brief history, photographs, address and GPS coordinates can be found at peihistoricplaces.ca. As some recognized heritage places are private residences, please note that not all are open to the public. 68 www.artsandheritagepei.com T he People’s Poet Born in Charlottetown in 1923, Milton Acorn was a carpenter who became one of Canada’s finest and most loved poets. To his peers he was known as “The People’s Poet”, an artist who never lost touch with his working-class background. Acorn remained an approachable and unique individual until his death in 1986. His poems such as I Shout Love, and I’ve Tasted My Blood, and collections such as Dig Up My Heart and In Love and Anger, give readers a taste of Acorn’s artistry. Milton Acorn’s poetry can be found at the Confederation Centre Library or online at the University of Toronto Library. Craft Shop  The Charlottetown Farmers Market 100 Belvedere Avenue, Charlottetown Come enjoy the hospitality of The Charlottetown Farmers Market, and meet the people behind our Island made works of art. Our traditional farmers market features the creations of Island visual artists including jewellery, weavings, metal work, basketry, and woodturning. Year Round: Sat 9:00am-2:00pm June 26-Oct 10: Wed & Sat 9:00am-2:00pm 902-626-3373 email@example.com www.charlottetownfarmersmarket.com Charlottet own 69 70 www.artsandheritagepei.com Coastal Drive Cultural activities are abundant in the eastern part of PEI. Our galleries, studios and shops offer fine art, jewelry, wool products, crafts, seaglass, woodwork, pottery, quilts and hooked rugs, photography, fibre art, and even artwork painted on Island leaves. You can spend an evening at one of the region’s theatres, and your day taking part in an experiential adventure such as lobster fishing, clamming and deep sea fishing, jewelry making, fineart, photography or handmade paper workshops. In eastern PEI, you can tour our eco-centre, visit a cultural interpretive centre located in a historic building, or visit Greenwich in the PEI National Park, the home of the Island’s most dramatic parabolic sand dunes. Explore our lighthouses and community museums, take in a ploughing match at an agricultural fair, or meander along our scenic coastline. All the while, music festivals promise to provide a soundtrack to your holiday featuring fiddle and bluegrass tunes. That’s just how things are “Down East”. P oint s East Coastal Drive 71 86 Points East Coastal Drive 92 101 110 99 105 109 118 94 95 96 100 102 107 113 91 114 115 111 112 98 106 87 93 108 97 104 90 103 117 89 88 116 LISTINGS KEY Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts 72 www.artsandheritagepei.com Built Heritage Museum  Elmira Railway Museum 457 Elmira Road, Route 16A, Elmira One of seven PEI Museum sites, Elmira tells the story of railroading on the Island through photos, maps, artifacts and the recreated station master’s office. Take a ride on the PEI Miniature Railway and see one of Atlantic Canada’s largest model train collections. Visit our CN trolley, speeder and historic caboose. Seasonal June, Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm July-Aug Daily 9:00-5:00pm Sept Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm 902-357-7234 www.peimuseum.com Museum  Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead 271 Macphail Park Road, Orwell The Homestead of Sir Andrew Macphail (1864-1938) offers something for everyone. Situated on the Orwell River in South East PEI, you’ll be able to find a charming 1850’s centre gable house on 140 acres of land. Enjoy peace and serenity and educational opportunities as you tour this National Historic Site. Stay awhile, have a meal and be transported back to a simpler time. Seasonal Jun 1-Dec 15 Wed-Sun 10:00am–6:00pm Admission: Tours are free. Donations gratefully accepted 902-838-4791 firstname.lastname@example.org www.macphailhomestead.com P oint s East Coastal Drive 73 Heritage Building  The Old General Store 9387 Main Street, Murray River An exceptional and rare example of a 100-year-old rural general store. Outside, take note of the fine craftsmanship displayed in the detailed trim, original windows and the soaring height of the front door. Find the store in our ‘Golden Age of Sail’ mural. Inside, ask about the community memories of the store passed down to us, and imagine life long ago among our beautiful, original counter, bins and shelving. Seasonal Jun 14–July 1 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00 July 1–Sept 1 Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 12:00-5:00pm Sept 1-Oct 13 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm 902-962-2459 www.theoldgeneralstore.ca Festivals PEI’s arts and heritage festivals are in full gear year round. However, things really heat up in the summer! Music fans visiting will want to take in the Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival in Rollo Bay, the Indian River Festival, the Jazz and Blues Festival or just find the nearest ceilidh. Festivals will not be far away. For those who favour a taste of tradition and heritage, the Mermaid’s Tears Sea Glass Festival, the Tignish Irish Moss Festival, The Belfast Highland Games, and the L’Exposition agricole et le Festival acadien all fit the bill. 74 www.artsandheritagepei.com Lighthouse  Wood Islands Lighthouse Museum Abegweit Panmure Island Pow-Wow For the past 20 years, the Native Council of Prince Edward Island has presented the Panmure Island Pow-Wow. This pow- wow is open to the public, free of charge, all donations are welcomed. The weekend shares aboriginal experiences such as traditional art and crafts, dancing, drumming, sweat lodge, and a traditional feast. Drawing approximately 3,000 visitors annually to the Panmure Island Cultural Park, the Pow-Wow has become one of the Islandâ€™s premier cultural offerings. 173 Lighthouse Road, Wood Islands Located adjacent to the NFL terminal and overlooking the Northumberland Strait, the historic lighthouse and keeperâ€™s quarters is now a community owned and operated museum. We welcome you to revisit a by gone era and experience the panorama of Island land and sea from the lighthouse tower. Take a tour of the eleven themed rooms and visit our nautical craft shop. Seasonal Mid June-Mid Oct Open daily 9:30am-6:00pm Admission: Group (15 or more) $4.00, Child (6-13) $3.00, Adults $5.99, Senior (65+) $4.99 & Family (4) $13.99 902-962-3110 email@example.com www.woodislandslighthouse.com P oint s East Coastal Drive 75 Lighthouse  Point Prim Lighthouse 2147 Point Prim Road, Point Prim Museum  The Garden of the Gulf Museum 564 Main Street, Montague Built in 1845 and designed by Isaac Smith, the architect of Province House, Point Prim Lighthouse is Prince Edward Islandâ€™s oldest lighthouse. Climb 80 feet above sea level for a magnificent view of Northumberland Strait and Hillsborough Bay from this unique road brick structure, which is registered as a PEI Heritage Site. Historic displays, guided tours and a picnic area available, as well as a virtual tour viewed from the first floor. Seasonal Jun 21-Sep 27 Open 7 days a week in July & Aug 10:00am-6:00pm Admission: $3.50 902-659-2768 www.pointprimlighthouse.com The oldest museum on PEI; incorporated in 1957; housed in the 1888 Island brick and sandstone Customs and Post Office building. Numerous displays of artifacts and pictures from the 19th and 20th centuries provide a glimpse of pioneer life emphasizing eastern PEI. The Family Research Centre is popular for tracing family roots. Childrenâ€™s summer program. Guided tours. Free school tours. Seasonal Mid June-End June Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm July-Aug Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Sept-Early Oct Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: $3.00 per person/Children free 902-838-2467 firstname.lastname@example.org awww.montaguemuseumpei.com 76 www.artsandheritagepei.com T he Railway When the Dominion of Canada decided to build its cross-country railroad in 1871, PEI had not yet joined Confederation. PEI determined it would be beneficial to construct its own railway. The financial obligation brought by this Island railway propelled PEI into joining the new Dominion in 1873. Trains remained active on PEI until December 31, 1989. The heritage of our railway can be experienced through community museums such as the Elmira Railway Museum. Human Heritage Museum  Basin Head Fisheries Museum 336 Basin Head Road, Rte 16, Kingsboro One of seven PEI Museum sites, Basin Head Fisheries Museum overlooks the Northumberland Strait and the magnificent white “Singing Sands” beach. The story of PEI’s inshore fishery is told, with displays, exhibits and dioramas. Seasonal June-Sept Daily 9:00am-5:00pm Admission charged 902-357-7233 www.peimuseum.com P oint s East Coastal Drive 77 Museum  Orwell Corner Historic Village 98 MacPhail Park Road, Orwell One of seven PEI museum sites, Orwell Corner Historic Village re-creates the atmosphere and charm of an 1890’s Island village. Daily summer children’s programming includes candle and ice cream making. Visit Clark’s General Store, the agricultural museum, one-room schoolhouse and the blacksmith shop. See the farm animals and enjoy lunch in our tea room. Seasonal May-June Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm July 1-Aug 31 Daily 9:30-5:00pm Sept 1-Oct 4 Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm Admission charged 902-651-8515 email@example.com www.orwellcorner.ca National Historic Site  Roma at Three Rivers National Historic Site 505 Roma Point Road, Brudenell Step back in time with a visit to the 1730s trading post of Jean Pierre Roma. Tour the site with a bilingual, costumed guide or stroll through the Heritage Garden. Try your skills at the daily activities. Come for a home-made heritage lunch. Attend our 2014 festival, Celebrate Three Rivers: Saluting our Pioneers, Aug. 9-10. Seasonal Jun 30-Sep 27 Open daily 10:00am–5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-838-3413 firstname.lastname@example.org www.roma3rivers.com 78 www.artsandheritagepei.com Experiential Product  Tranquility Cove Adventures 1 Kent Street, Georgetown Experiential Product  Deep Sea Fishing with on Board BBQ 1 Kent Street, Georgetown JUST LIVE! Drop anchor 5 miles off our coastline to explore a deserted island. Dig for clams, haul lobster, rock crab, and mussel lines. Swim, snorkel, sunbathe, beach comb, and handle sea life. Steer a real lobster boat and deep sea fish. Get way out there and do something fresh. Book your adventure and experience our Island. Play in the past, live in the present. Seasonal Jun 15-Sep 15 Tide dependant-call ahead for departure times 902-969-7184 email@example.com www.tranquilitycoveadventures.com This fishing adventure is 2 hours and is jammed packed with value. Haul a lobster trap, crab trap & mussel sock. Catch a glimpse of some seals in the ocean. Catch some mackerel and BBQ your catch right on board on the ship! Seasonal Jun 13-Oct 4 Call ahead for hours Admission: Adult $55.00, Child $45.00 902-969-7184 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tranquilitycoveadventures.com P oint s East Coastal Drive 79 Museum  Selkirk Heritage and Cultural Centre 136 Lord Selkirk Park Road, Belfast PEI on stage The depth and diversity of the Island theatre community will surprise you. In communities across PEI, the stories of Islanders and our neighbours are being told onstage. Take in Acadian entertainment at the Centre Expo Festival Centre. Visit the evocative and intimate productions at Victoria Playhouse, King’s Playhouse and the Watermark Theatre. Community theatre takes to the stage at the St. Peter’s Court House Theatre and the Britannia Theatre in Tyne Valley. In our cities, Summerside is home to the Harbourfront Theatre, while Charlottetown hosts theatre at The Guild and the Charlottetown Festival at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. Selkirk Heritage and Cultural Centre includes an ancient Acadian (and Scottish) cemetery (1750-1758); Scottish “Croft House” with exhibits about 1803 “Selkirk settlement;” genealogical resources; a gift shop promoting Hebridean heritage; and books of local history. Church of Scotland (1876) displays history of church and Island “MacDonaldites.” Cairn/ woodland retreat honours farmer, war hero, former Premier, Hon. John Angus MacLean. Seasonal Jun 23-Sep 27 Tues-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Admission: By donation 902-659-2209 email@example.com 80 www.artsandheritagepei.com Natural Heritage Festival/Event  Points East You Pick Tulip Bouquets Interpretive Centre  Greenwich - PEI National Park 59 Wild Rose Lane, off Route 313, Greenwich 10897 Trans Canada Highway, Stratford When is the last time you walked through a field of hundreds of thousands of tulips in bloom? Experience the beautiful! One of Atlantic Canada’s largest fields of tulips located at 10897 Trans Canada Highway, Stratford, PEI along the Points East Coastal Drive. Fun for everyone! Join us at our second annual “You Pick Tulip Bouquets” from May 9 to May 31 from 11:00am to 7:00pm daily. Enjoy free Kaleidescope Festival events on site May 17 to 19. Free admission. Seasonal May 9-May 31 1-866-611-3980 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pointseastcoastaldrive.com www.townofstratford.ca Experience spectacular parabolic dunes rising above an extensive trail system which includes a floating boardwalk! A state of the art learning centre brings this region to life with a 3D walkover floor model of the peninsula, exhibits, as well as a multimedia theatre experience that tells the story of how natural forces and 10,000 years of human settlement have made Greenwich truly unique. Seasonal Interpretive Centre open June 8- Sept 16. Park open year-round 9:00am-3:00pm Admission: Adult $7.80, Senior $6.80, Youth $3.90 & Family/Group $19.60 902-961-2514 email@example.com www.parkscanada.gc.ca/pei P oint s East Coastal Drive 81 Performing Arts Theatre  King’s Playhouse 65 Grafton Street, Georgetown King’s Playhouse, located in historic Georgetown, is one of the longest running theatres in Canada, bringing laughter, music and entertainment to Eastern PEI for over 120 years. For a true PEI Experience join us for a play, concert or community event, there is always something fun happening at the King’s Playhouse. Air Conditioned! Licensed! Fully Accessible! Free Parking! Year Round Off Season Mid Sept-end of May Tues & Thurs 1:00pm–6:00pm Box Office On Season Jun 1-Mid Sept Mon, Tues, Thurs 10:00am–6:00pm &a Wed & Sun 3:00pm-7:30pm Sat 1:00pm-5:00pm Closed Fridays-Box Office Admission: Varies 902-652-2053 1-888-346-5666 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kingsplayhouse.com Sea Glass Island artisans have long appreciated the aesthetic value of the sea glass found along our shores. Sea glass is broken glass that has been smoothed by the sea and sand. The frosted glass, in soft hues of blue, red and green, is incorporated into the work of select PEI jewelry makers. 82 www.artsandheritagepei.com Theatre  St. Peters Bay Courthouse Theatre & Museum Visual Arts 5697 St. Peters Highway, St. Peters Bay St. Peters Bay Courthouse was built in 1874. Throughout its history, it has served as a courthouse, schoolhouse and today, it houses a museum and theatre managed locally by a volunteer, non-profit organization. Our 90 seat capacity offers an intimate setting, where you will find local storytelling, plays and live music from June to December. Entertainers love to perform here. Seasonal Jul 01-Sep 15 Mon-Sat, 9:00am-5:00pm. Open until 10:00pm on show nights 902-961-3636 email@example.com www.courthousetheatre.ca Art Gallery  Maroon Pig Art Gallery & Sweet Shop 37 Water Street, Georgetown An artistâ€™s studio/gallery and small batch bakery. A unique destination location and neighbourhood place in scenic Georgetown. See the work of artist Richard Toms including: paintings, prints, sculpture and collectibles. Enjoy baked items, freshly ground coffee and see the progress weâ€™ve made on our sculpture garden! Year Round Mon-Fri 10:00am-8:00pm Sat & Sun 10:00am-5:00pm 902-652-2569 firstname.lastname@example.org www.maroonpig.ca P oint s East Coastal Drive 83 Craft Shop  Kro in the Skye Art Studio 1800 Point Prim Road, Belfast Visit artist Cathy Murchison Krolikowski at work in her quaint studio overlooking the scenic Nothumberland Strait, one mile before the historical Point Prim Lighthouse. Cathy works in many different mediums, watercolour, stained glass, mosaics and both dichroic and sea glass jewellery. Take home a beautifully hand crafted piece of art and from the gallery or have something custom made for you. Seasonal May 1-Oct 31 Tues- Sun 9:00am-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-659-2851 email@example.com Artisan Studio  Koleszar Pottery 1929 Gairloch Road, Rte 204, Eldon Delicate porcelain forms, a delight to use in the rhythms of daily routine. To form a pot, the clay is thrown on a wheel, shaped into graceful form, trimmed and smoothed, brushed with quiet or warm colours, and twice fired using safe glazes. You are invited to see this work in progress, and to wander in the lush gardens. Seasonal May 15-Oct 15 Open daily 1:00pm-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-659-2570 firstname.lastname@example.org www.koleszarpottery.blogspot.ca 84 www.artsandheritagepei.com Artisan Studio  Fire & Water Creations 690 Route 310, Fortune Bay Visit Teriâ€™s studio/gallery where jewellery in a colourful palette of genuine Island sea glass is created. Each piece is handcrafted with sterling silver and evokes the spirit of the sea. Teri will custom design jewellery using your own sea glass or choose from her extensive collections. Make your own pendant under Teriâ€™s gentle guidance; sign up for an authentic experience. Seasonal June-Sept Call ahead for hours of operation, or to make an appointment Off-Season by Appointment Experience Cost: Create an ocean gem $56.00 per person / Create and meditate $68 per person 902-687-3367 email@example.com www.peiseaglass.com Craft Shop  AY Designs 31 Glencove Drive, Stratford Inspired by the beauty of the landscape and ocean that surrounds her Ayelet creates handcrafted jewelry that is mostly limited production of one of a kind pieces. The jewelry is made of sterling silver and embellished with gems and enamel. Ayelet also offers once in a lifetime make a silver memory experience. Year Round Sun-Fri 11:00am-5:00pm. Highly recommended to call ahead By Appointment 902-569-4477 firstname.lastname@example.org P oint s East Coastal Drive 85 Craft Shop  Orwell Corner Historic Village Gift Shop 98 Macphail Park Road, Orwell Craft Shop  Shoreline Design Inc 40 Water Street, Georgetown Located in the Agricultural Museum before you reach admissions, the shop features decorative painting by Betty Wichers and Heidi Hitzelberger, wooden toys by Edwin Callaghan, knitting and crocheting by Roma Larsen, acrylic and water colour paintings and prints by Anita Rooney, natural soaps by Kettlegrove Soapworks, as well as books and CDs by Island authors and musicians. Seasonal Late May-Mid Oct Mon-Fri 9:30am-5:00pm Sat & Sun 9:30-5:00pm (July & Aug only) 902-651-8515 email@example.com www.orwellcorner.ca Lifestyle Magazine “One of the top 10 must have souvenirs in the Maritimes”. Visit Peter Llewellyn, one of Canada’s most prolific Mixed Media Artists. Silver work, stone carving, enameling, natural materials and semi-precious gems, all brought together right here on the shores of PEI. Heritage art pieces, sculpture and jewelry. A Working Studio experience for the whole family. Year Round May-Sept Open daily 10:00am-7:00pm Open by chance or appointment Oct-Apr 902-652-2240 firstname.lastname@example.org www.shorelinedesignpei.com 86 www.artsandheritagepei.com Experiential Product  St. Peter’s Bay Craft & Giftware 15465 Northside Road, St. Peter’s Bay Take the Tour and become PEI’s famous “Master Caster”. You get a 3 hour Jewelery Making Experience where you participate in all aspects of the Jewelery making process. Casting, sanding, buffing, finishing, beading and best of all, you wear what you make. This is your opportunity to wear your holiday souvenir. “Made on PEI....By You.” Seasonal May 19-June 30 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm July 1-Sept 8 Mon-Fri 8:30am-6:00pm Sat & Sun 8:30am-5:00pm Sept 9-Sept 30 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm or By Appointment Experience Cost: $85.00 per person+HST 902-367-7900 email@example.com Check us out on Facebook! Art Gallery  Artisans on Main (Souris) Inc. 100 Main Street, Souris Fine Arts, Visual Arts, Woodwork, Jewelry, Glass, Weaving, Fibre and Textile Arts. On site workshops and demonstrations by local Artisans. Open from June to November 15. Check us out on Facebook!! Seasonal Jun 1-Nov 15 Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm 902-327-0441 firstname.lastname@example.org P oint s East Coastal Drive 87 Artisan Studio  Pastimes PEI Rug Hooking & Wool Shop 6278 Route 3, Millview Charming traditional hooked rugs for collectors and hand drawn patterns for rug hookers are the specialties of the Tweedy sisters whose ancestors came to PEI as early settlers. From their home studio they create traditional geometric patterns and original PEI landscapes and seascapes, large and small, for floors and walls. Rughooking supplies, wool fabric, yarn and plenty of Island hospitality. Seasonal Jun 10-Oct 25 Tues-Sat, 10:00am–4:00pm or by appointment Off-Season by Appointment 902-651-2763 email@example.com www.pastimespei.com Craft Shop  Pembroke Farm’s “Sheep Shop” & The Sheepdogs of Pembroke Farm 249 Route 324, Pembroke Quality wool begins with quality sheep! Discover both at Pembroke Farm’s Sheep Shop, featuring our own wool yarn and craft supplies, and the whimsical wooly creations of fibre artist Lorna McMaster. Located just minutes from Panmure Island Provincial Beach, we also offer certified organic lamb and fresh seasonal vegetables. See The Sheepdogs of Pembroke Farm, preforming live, Tuesdays at 4:00pm. Seasonal Jun 1-Sep 30 Mon-Fri 11:00-4:00pm. See us at the Charlottetown Farmer’s Market on Saturdays! 902-962-3414 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pembrokefarmpei.com 88 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  Island Artifacts Eclectic Gift Shop 3 Kent Square, Kent Street, Georgetown Come in and enjoy the rustic atmosphere and great selection of handmade quilts, fused and stained glass, artwork, yummy foods, woodwork, soaps and so much more. All locally and Maritime made by over 40 talented artisans. We also feature a large selection of hand crafted jewelry from Bent Island Creations Jewelry studios and many unique PEI souvenirs. Seasonal Jun 1-Oct 15 Open daily 10:00am-8:00pm 902-393-2954 email@example.com www.islandartifactseclecticgifts.com Highland Games With our strong Scottish roots here on PEI, itâ€™s no wonder that the Highland Games are a popular event for locals and visitors alike. Highland sports demonstrations and competitions, Highland dance competitions, and the pipes and drums are just some of the sights, sounds and experiences youâ€™ll encounter at Lord Selkirk Provincial Park. This is an Island tradition that the Caledonia Society of PEI has presented since 1864! P oint s East Coastal Drive 89 Art Gallery  Artisans on Main 10 Water Street, Montague Art Gallery  Art Works Here; A Public Art Trail 24 Queens Road, Montague Artisans on Main is a non-profit organization comprised of over 40 local artisans. We have a wide variety of products, including fine art,pottery, textiles and many more. Come see an artist at work today, or take part in creating your own piece of art. Seasonal Jun 1-Oct 31 Mon- Sat 10:00 am-6:00pm Sat 12:00pm-6:00pm firstname.lastname@example.org www.artisansonmain.ca The Town of Montague and PEI 2014 are excited to unveil a public Art Trail within the Town of Montague. Murals and sculptures will showcase the culture of the Town. The museum is a great heritage destination. The art trail will be unveiled at the start of Montague Summer Days Festival on July 11th, 2014. Year Round Art tour always available for viewing. Museum hours vary, call ahead. Admission: Museum by donation 902-838-2528 email@example.com www.townofmontaguepei.com 90 www.artsandheritagepei.com Craft Shop  The Old General Store 9387 Main Street, Murray River Discover one of the Island’s loveliest handcraft and gift shops within a stunning heritage building. Select your treasures from an array of handmade quilts, jewellery, Cdn. made pine benches & shelves, fused glass lamps, artwork, jams, jellies & tea, fragrant soaps, Island books and music from more than 50 local and regional artisans. Also: nightgowns, dresses & accessories. ‘A little out of the way, but so out of the ordinary!’ Seasonal June 15–July 1: Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm July 1 – Sept 3: Mon-Sat, 9:30am-5:30pm Sun 12:00-5:00pm Sept 4–Oct 8: Mon-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 12:00pm-5:00pm 902-962-2459 www.theoldgeneralstore.ca Artisan Studio  Kuriosities: Handcrafted Art Jewelry 2492 Trans Canada Highway, Flat River Discover our enchanted forest studio featuring handcrafted art jewelry in a variety of precious metals. Whimsical stories told in metal; crows, seaglass/ seashore, outlaws, steampunk and fairy tales. Visit Mr. Portobello, our potbelly pig, in our ocean view studio. Seasonal May 1-Dec 23 Tues-Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Off-Season by Appointment 902-659-2667 firstname.lastname@example.org www.Kuriosities.com P oint s East Coastal Drive 91 Craft Shop  Log Cabin 30 Main Street, Souris Come & browse, view a variety of premium quality quilts, knitting, crocheting, hooked mats, paintings, weaving, woodworking, jams & jellies, Island photos, driftwood art, ceramics (made on the premises). We also have small but charming Christmas and baby rooms, with a delightful selection. All items are completely hand crafted by local & PEI artists since 1980, with knowledgeable staff. Hand quilting demonstrated daily. Seasonal Jun 16-Sep 20 Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm 902-687-3046 92 www.artsandheritagepei.com Photography Camera Art National Parks Alan Deveau Leona Arsenault Paul Baglole Brian McInnis Greg Vaughn Ann MacNeill Anne of Green Gables Museum John Sylvester Stephen Harris Barrett & MacKay Yvonne Duivenvoorden Emily Oâ€™Brien PEI Arts & Heritage Trail contact information For Visitor Information, call 1-877-445-4847 To contact the coordinators of the PEI Arts and Heritage Trail, please e-mail email@example.com The Tourism Industry Association of PEI has made every effort to ensure accuracy as of time of printing. Operators reserve the right to change rates to meet market demands. All rates are subject to the applicable taxes. Copyright ÂŠ 2014. P oint s East Coastal Drive 93 Notes Notes 2014 will mark the 150th anniversary (sesquicentennial) of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference which led to the creation of Canada. With a special 2014 edition Canada Day, the PEI 2014 Celebration Zone, an exciting tribute to the Fathers of Confederation during Founders Week and more than 150 festivals, events and activities taking place province-wide and yearlong, thereâ€™s never been a better time to visit PEI! www.pei2014.ca Funding Partners Presenting Partner Major Sponsors Confederation Sponsors Delegate Sponsors The PEI Crafts Council is proud to present the following juried Makers of exceptional Fine Crafts. AY DESIGNS DRUMMOND PENS & FINE WOOD PRODUCTS FIRE & WATER CREATIONS GAUDREAU FINE WOODWORKING HAPPY GLASS HAWKINS POTTERY STUDIO HERMANN- SUZUKI POTTERY HUTCHINSON POTTERY ISLAND TRADITIONS STORE HOME OF THE BASKET WEAVERS ISLAND WINDS KOLESZAR POTTERY KRO IN THE SKYE ART STUDIO MALPEQUE FINE IRON PRODUCTS MCASKILL’S WOODWORKING STUDIO NEW LONDON VILLAGE POTTERY NORTHERN WATTERS KNITWEAR PEMBROKE FARM’S “SHEEP SHOP” POTTERY BY THE SEA PURCELL PARLOUR GALLERY ROBERT MCMILLAN POTTERY SHORELINE DESIGN INC ST PETERS BAY CRAFTS STACEY LEUNES DESIGNS STUDIO 4- SUSAN CHRISTENSEN ART STUDIO THE MASTER’S PIECES THE STUDIO GALLERY TWISTED KNICKERS INC www.peicraftscouncil.com Chart your own PEI Artisan Studio Tour with our new “The Handcrafted Trail” App www.artsandheritagepei.com This TIAPEI initiative is supported by the Government of Canada, through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and by the Province of Prince Edward Island through the Department of Tourism and Culture, and the Department of Innovation and Advanced Learning. L I S T I N G S                 AY Designs Abram’s Village Handcraft Co-op Acadian Museum of PEI Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre Anne of Green Gables Museum Art Gallery of Anne Gallant Art Works Here Artisans on Main Artisans on Main (Souris) Inc. Arts in Motion Festival Avonlea Village Basin Head Fisheries Museum Beaconsﬁeld Historic House Bideford Parsonage Museum Bishop Machine Shop Museum The Bottle House/ Les Maisons de Bouteilles  Brackley Beach Gallery  Canadian Potato Museum  Celebrating Acadian Days in Rustico  Celebrating Acadian Harvest in Rustico  Celebrating Canada Week in Rustico  The Charlottetown Farmers Market  The Charlottetown Festival  The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada  Confederation Centre Art Gallery  Confederation Players Walking Tours  Cordelia’s Artisan Boutique  Deep Sea Fishing with on Board BBQ  Design by Nancy  Details, Past & Present Fine Art Gallery  Drummond Pens & Fine Wood Products  The Dunes Studio Gallery and Cafe  Elmira Railway Museum  Eptek Art & Culture Centre  Ethridge Pottery  Farmer’s Bank of Rustico Museum & Doucet House  Fire & Water Creations  Gallery 18  Gallery 33  The Garden of the Gulf Museum  Gaudreau Fine Woodworking Artisans  GenovArt Studio and Gallery  The Great Canadian Soap Co.  Green Gables Heritage Place  Green Park Shipbuilding Museum & Yeo House  Greenwich - PEI National Park  Greg Garand Studio  The Guild  Happy Glass  Hawkins Pottery Studio  Heather Hannon Island Art Studio  Hermann-Suzuki Pottery  Hutchinson Pottery  In the Spirit of Chautauqua  Indian River Festival  International Fox Museum and Hall of Fame [48, 113] Island Artifacts Eclectic Gift Shop Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. 84 21 14 8 25 49 89 89 86 17 26 76 58 11 10 15 40 15 27 28 27 68 59 18 65 60 62 78 31 66 54 36 72 12 43 24 84 42 20 75 37 53 34 26 12 80 32 61 61 43 35 31 33 18 29 9 38, 88 A - Z  Island Traditions Store Home of the Basket Weavers  Island Winds  Karen Gallant Studio Gallery in Rustico  Kensington Art Gallery  King’s Playhouse  Knit Pickers PEI  Koleszar Pottery  Kro in the Skye Art Studio  Kuriosities: Handcrafted Art Jewelry  Lefurgey Cultural Centre Artisan Gift Shop  Log Cabin  Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace  MacNaught History Centre and Archives  Malpeque Fine Iron Products  Maroon Pig Art Gallery & Sweet Shop  The Master’s Pieces  McAskill’s Studio  Meadowbrook Arts, Crafts & Creations  Moonsnail  New London Joy  North Shore Island Traditions Past & Present Rug Shop  Northern Watters Knitwear [88, 116] The Old General Store  Orwell Corner Historic Village  Orwell Corner Historic Village Gift Shop  Pastimes PEI Rug Hooking & Wool Shop  Pembroke Farm’s “Sheep Shop” & The Sheepdogs of Pembroke Farm  Points East You Pick Tulip Bouquets  Point Prim Lighthouse  Port-la-Joye Fort Amherst National Historic Site  Pottery by the Sea  Prince Edward Island National Park  The Prince Edward Island Regiment Museum  Province House National Historic Site  Purcell Parlour Gallery  Red Sand Jewelry and Fine Art  Roma at Three Rivers National Historic Site  Rustico Bay Wool Sweater Company  Sea Splash Soap Making Experience  Seaclay Pottery  Selkirk Heritage and Cultural Centre  Shoreline Design Inc.  The Showcase Gift Shop  Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead  St. Peters Bay Courthouse Theatre & Museum  St. Peter’s Bay Craft & Giftware  Stacey Leunes Designs  Studio 4-Susan Christensen Art Studio  The Studio Gallery  The Toy Factory  Tranquility Cove Adventures  Twisted Knickers Inc.  Victoria Playhouse Festival  Village Musical Acadien  Village Pottery  Walker Studios  Willow Bend Studio  Wood Islands Lighthouse Museum  Wyatt Historic House Museum Pg. 19 Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. 39 41 33 81 37 83 83 90 20 91 25 8 19 82 53 64 50 62 39 38 63 73, 90 77 85 87 87 80 75 48 34 28 59 58 51 50 77 36 16 52 79 85 65 72 82 86 64 67 54 29 78 30 48 17 30 66 44 74 9 L I S T I N G S M A P 2 0 1 4 86 12 92 North Cape Coastal Drive page 1 2 Central Coastal Drive One drive, two shores Green Gables Shore page 22 99 101 110 105 47 43 41 52 28 29 22 27 30 11 34 6 8 37 31 59 17 9 13 21 10 1 4 7 15 19 3 5 14 16 20 18 64 67 62 61 63 57 87 93 108 54 49 111 65 112 24 36 46 32 45 44 51 94 40 48 35 39 109 118 38 55 50 53 23 33 25 26 42 56 Points East Coastal Drive page 70 95 96 100 102 107 113 91 114 115 98 106 97 104 90 103 117 89 88 116 58 60 66 See page 57 Charlottetown page 57 LISTINGS KEY 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Heritage Performing Arts Visual Arts Central Coastal Drive One drive, two shores Red Sands Shore page 46