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THE PAIGE KNIGHT GALLERY
Paige Anderson Knight
On May 31st, at the official opening of the 2009 Missisquoi Museum season, the Paige Knight Gallery was inaugurated in honour of Paige Anderson Knight, substantial donor, Life Member, and past President of the Society.
Paige Anderson Knight was born on the Knight Homestead, educated at Stanbridge East Intermediate and Bedford High Schools; went to MacDonald College to become a teacher; then he taught for seven years at Val d'Or and Stanbridge East.
During the war he served as a flying-officer in the Canadian Air Force. Following the war he went on to graduate in meteorology from Queen's University; then launched upon his new career at Dorval Airport.
Following an early retirement, he returned to his birthplace Stanbridge East where he built a new home and became actively involved in the Missisquoi Historical Society.
Paige was an avid genealogist and also became known as the "historian" of Missisquoi County. His early research into the history of Missisquoi County lay the foundation for the information contained in many of the volumes published by the Missisquoi Historical Society.
All through the 2013 season, from the end of May until mid-October, several talented artists will present their work to visitors of the Museum.
MHS resident artist Diana Dyer, will be exhibiting her water colours from May 25th, 2014 until July 4th 2014 in the Paige Knight Gallery.
This summer, the Stanbridge East Carrefour Culturel
July 5 - August 2: Sandra Fortier (Stanbridge East QC)
August 3 - August 23: Micheline Sansregret (Sutton QC)
August 24 - September 13: Constance Dekinder (Frelighsburg QC)
September 14 - October 12: Madeleine Bélisle (Stanbridge East QC)
In addition to the art exhibits, the Carrefour Culturel's schedule features other activities such as musical concerts, cultural workshops, and the Village de Noël (December 13th and 14th, 2014), all through the year.
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