PEI (Prince Edwards Island) Museum and Heritage Foundation
Awards to Prince Edward Island individuals or groups in recognition of architecture, writing, architectural preservation, genealogy and general heritage activities. Heritage includes but is not limited to tangible, intangible and natural history. It encompasses architectural preservation, folklore, culture, archives, archaeology, genealogy and history in all of its forms.
Awards will recognize an original and important contribution to the preservation or interpretation of a significant aspect of the heritage of Prince Edward Island.
In addition to the above, one award per year may be given in each of the following categories:
1) Natural Heritage Activity - Awarded to an individual who has made a significant volunteer contribution to the preservation or promotion of the natural heritage of Prince Edward Island.
2) Volunteer of the Year - Awarded to an individual who has made a significant volunteer contribution to the preservation or promotion of the heritage of Prince Edward Island.
3) Youth Volunteer of the Year - Awarded to an individual under the age of 25 who has made a significant volunteer contribution to the preservation or promotion of the heritage of Prince Edward Island.
4) Publication of the Year - Awarded to an individual or group responsible for a publication or presentation making a significant contribution to the understanding of any aspect of the heritage of Prince Edward Island.
5) Mary Cornfoot Brehaut Award - Awarded to an individual or group for an outstanding contribution to genealogy and family history on Prince Edward Island.
6) Irene Rogers Award - Awarded to an individual or group for an outstanding contribution to the architectural heritage of Prince Edward Island.
7) Wendell Boyle Award - Awarded to a group or individual for an outstanding contribution in a performance medium – for instance, music or theatre – that highlights or interprets the history of Prince Edward Island.
8) Award of Honor - Presented to an individual or institution for an outstanding contribution in the areas of research, education, or preservation as they relate to the human or natural history of Prince Edward Island. This award recognizes in an individual achievements of a lifetime or career, or in an institution a consistently high level of achievement over long periods of time.
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Prince Edward Island Museum & Heritage Foundation
PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation
2 Kent Street, Charlottetown, PE
Canada: Prince Edward Island;
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