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Bedeque Museum Free Open Day

The Bedeque Area Historical Museum is open until September 3, when it will host a free open day between 1-5 pm, with no admission charge, though donations are welcome. The three new exhibits of the summer have been ‘The Wendell Feener Clock Collection: ‘Clocks of the Island, 1770-1960’; ‘Prince Edward Island and the Monarchy’; and the story of George Uglow Pope (1820-1908).  The clock exhibit consists of a comprehensive display of some 150 historical clocks spanning the period from the 1770s to about 1960.  Among the most significant is the Adams clock brought to the Quaker settlement of New London in 1774 by John Adams. Also on display until September 3 is Nature PEI’s ‘Species at Risk Travelling Exhibit’ which features over 30 species including bats, bumblebees, and otters. It also has an interactive cube display which will interest both children and adults. All of the Museum’s permanent exhibits continue on view as does the Lucy Maud Montgomery Lower Bedeque Schoolhouse, across the road from the Museum. The Museum is open until September 3 on Tuesdays-Saturdays (10 am to 5 pm) and Sundays (1-5 pm) (closed on Mondays).
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Date
September 3, 2023
Time
1:00 pm
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Bedeque Museum
950 Callbeck St Unit 113
Central Bedeque, PE C0B 1G0 Canada
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