Culture Summerside invites you to visit the Lefurgey Cultural Centre (205 Prince Street) for a series of talks on the heritage buildings of Summerside. The second talk, “Living Memory and Beyond—the James A. MacNeil Building Story,” (297 Water Street) will be presented on May 10 (note date change from May 3) at 1 pm. Summerside lost one of its oldest buildings last fall with the demolition of the Kelly’s Flower Shoppe building after it was determined that it was not possible to rehabilitate and re-purpose it. Join Culture Summerside staff as they peel back the surprising layers of history embodied in the 125+ year old building and some of the many people connected to it. No admission charge but donations to heritage and cultural programing welcome. Bring your lunch. Coffee and tea will be available.