Help the LM Montgomery Society of Ontario Burn the Mortgage
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 - 10:54
The following message is posted on behalf of the the LM Montgomery Society of Ontario:
TO ALL WHO APPRECIATE THE PRESERVATION OF THE HERITAGE OF L.M. MONTGOMERY:
The Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario has worked hard to preserve both the home of L.M. Montgomery in Leaskdale, a National Historic Site, and the nearby church that was an important part of her life. Four years ago the Society took out a $200,000 loan to buy the Church, and through a lot of hard work have reduced the mortgage to less than $80,000.
LM Montgomery Institute Extends Sympathy to Japanese Friends
Thursday, March 24, 2011 - 17:14
While the devastation following the earthquake and tsunami in Japan earlier this month is a cause for universal sorrow and dismay, people influenced by LM Montgomery's legacy will feel particular sadness thinking of the many Japanese "kindred spirits".
Yuko Izawa, well-known to many in Montgomery studies thanks to her faithful attendance at the LMMI Conferences and other Canadian Montgomery gatherings, was in the hard-hit city of Sendai when the quake struck. At last report (March 24) she was safe and well, but concerned about food and gas shortages.
Avery Scholarship Information Now Available to PEI Students Applying to UPEI
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 - 11:28
Are you, or do you know a Prince Edward Island high school student entering the English program at UPEI this year? The Avery Scholarship essay topics for the 2011 year have been announced and are available in word document form here.
LMM Scholar and Friend of Institute Named to Order of Ontario
Friday, January 28, 2011 - 11:10
The L.M. Montgomery Institute would like to congratulate our friend Dr. Elizabeth Waterston, Montgomery scholar pioneer and University of Guelph professor emerita, on her recent appointment to the Order of Ontario.
LMM Research Collections Guide Now Available Online
Friday, November 5, 2010 - 17:16
If you're familiar with the remarkable collection of LMM-related publications here at the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library, but aren't so sure about access, location, or anything else, we hope that our LMM Research Collections Guide will offer you any information you may need regarding these collections.
Now that we've just gotten our Halloween decorations put away, we all know what comes next: holiday preparations! For the L.M. Montgomery fan on your list, check out our Online General Store for gift ideas. All proceeds from the store will be used to support the work of the L.M. Montgomery Institute.
If you just can't wait until the 2012 L.M. Montgomery Conference in Charlottetown - we know we can't! - then you've got to check out the L.M. Montgomery Society of Ontario's October 2011 Conference. The Call for Papers for "Lucy Maud Montgomery at Home in Leaskdale: A Centennial Celebration" is available online. The conference will run from the 13th to the 15th of October, 2011.
LMMI Visiting Scholar Co-Edits new edition of Rilla
Friday, October 29, 2010 - 14:51
The L.M. Montgomery Institute congratulates Visiting Scholar Dr. Benjamin Lefebvre, and his co-editor, Dr. Andrea McKenzie (NYU), on the recent publishing of the restored and annotated edition of Rilla of Ingleside. Originally published in 1921 as the final sequel to Anne of Green Gables, the new edition includes an introduction by the editors, a detailed glossary, maps, and war poems by L.M. Montgomery and her contemporary Virna Sheard.