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Acadian Museum of PEI
Unearthing the past: Archaeological Discoveries of Prince Edward Island will be on view to June. View the permanent exhibition and video The Island Acadians: The Story of a People. Acadian genealogy resources available to researchers. This museum is a PEI Museum and Heritage site. 23 Main Dr. E, Miscouche.

Confederation Centre Art Gallery
On view: Fairy Tails to March 27; Danika Vandersteen: How to Convey Blue in Black and White to April 10; John Hartman: Many Lives Mark This Place January 29–May 22. 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown.

Cornwall Library Art Gallery
Yu Zhu Yang’s exhibit Brushing Life: paintings about life will be on view January 11–February 18. Contact the library for info on displaying in the gallery. 15 Mercedes Dr, Town Hall, Cornwall. 629-8415,

Eptek Art & Culture Centre
On view this month: Grounded: Seeking Connections, a group exhibition presented by this town is small and Eptek  featuring work by William Baker, Doug Dumais, Maggie J. Whitten Henry, Monica Lacey, Sarah Saunders, LiliAnne Webster, Jane Whitten, and Damien Worth. A PEI military women of World War II exhibit, curated by We’ll Meet Again author Katherine Dewar and PEI Regiment Museum curator Greg Gallant, is on view to January 7. Many exhibited objects are connected to local veterans featured in Dewar’s book. Visit the permanent exhibit on the history and architecture of Summerside. Admission by donation. Eptek is a PEI Museum and Heritage site. 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. 888-8373,

Hilda Woolnough Gallery
On view: All Things Hilda:A Retrospective of works by Hilda Woolnough to Janurary 3; Charlottetown Rural High School Annual Exhibition January 18–February 2.  The Guild, 111 Queen St, Charlottetown.

Kings Playhouse Gallery
Voices, showcasing new works by art students from Montague Regional High School, January 14–February 11. Grafton St, Georgetown.

Receiver Coffee Co.
this town is small presents Relational Geographies by Rilla Marshall on view to January 7. 128 Richmond St, Charlottetown.