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St. Andrews 2021 Heritage Hunt

Various Venues in St. Andrews St. Andrews

This year, due to pandemic restrictions, the annual Heritage Hunt Raffle has been launched as a new fund-raising effort. This is a fun activity to do with others that involves exploring St. Andrews's unique heritage features, so encourage your visitors, family and friends to participate. To do so, buy a $10 ticket from a local vendor (or at the Historic Archives), take a short walk round four blocks and enter for a chance at a daily door prize at the Historic Jail and one of the valuable prizes in the grand prize draw. Remember that once you have a ticket in hand you can participate at any time up to Thanksgiving weekend (through Monday, October 11).

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Dark Harbor – The Early Lithographs of Stow Wengenroth

Tides Institute & Museum of Art 43 Water Street, Eastport

The Tides Institute & Museum of Art presents its Summer Exhibition: "Dark Harbor - The Early Lithographs of Stow Wengenroth", on display now through September 24. Wengenroth was a master of lithography dedicated to the scenery and wildlife of New England in the early 20th century. Summer museum hours will be Tuesday - Sunday from 10-4.

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Eva Prager and Joseph Oppenheimer at Dayspring

Dayspring 44 Acadia Road, St. Andrews

September 12 is the last day of the year to check out the significant collection of Eva Prager and Joseph Oppenheimer's works at Dayspring, St. Andrews's largest home and the residence of Vincent Prager. Read more about Dayspring and its collections here here, or find out how to visit (including pre-registering if desired) here. Open Wednesday through Sunday, 10-4 p.m.

After the 12th, call Vincent Prager at 514-576-3210 or email at to make an appointment for a special tour.