I remember noticing the plethora of gray squirrels around my house on this Island during my first visit.
I found this noteworthy because squirrel hunting was a big deal where I was living in upstate New York. A few fat squirrels made an excellent Brunswick stew that was not gamey at all. (more…)
For additional details about these holiday events, including costs, check future issues of the Reporter under What’s Happening and/or in the event calendar, both in the Around the Island section of the paper.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24
Community Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner, everyone welcome. 3 p.m., Presbyterian Church. Bring a dish to share. (631) 749-5092.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26
Sugar Plum Fair, unique homemade gifts, lunch & raffle.10 a.m., Presbyterian Church.
Turkey Plunge, benefits Friends of the Library. Sign in, 10 a.m.; costume judging, 10:45 a.m.; plunge, 11 a.m., Crescent Beach. (more…)
Since 1621, Thanksgiving in America has brought together people who don’t agree, but still need to get along. (more…)
Codger has always loved Thanksgiving, the most comforting of holidays, spiritual without being commercially religious, a celebration of the basics — family, friends and food. Codger, Crone and Cur will enjoy 16 at the table, from the Island and the city and the West Coast, from the ages of 4 to 81, some of them stashed in two extra houses. (more…)