02/16/17 10:00am
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EVENTS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16

Young Adult Book Club, meet to discuss great books over snacks. Suggestions for future titles welcome. 2:30 p.m., library. (631) 749-0042.

Ferry Writers, 5 p.m., Shelter Island Library. Advance registration requested. Email Jocelyn Ozolins at [email protected] or call (631) 749-0042 to register.  (more…)

02/14/17 2:00pm

 

ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO | Jeremy Samuelson is looking forward to his new job as director of Mashomack Preserve.

ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO | Jeremy Samuelson is looking forward to his new position as director of Mashomack Preserve. He begins his job on the Island this spring.

This spring, Jeremy Samuelson begins a new job on Shelter Island — and he couldn’t be more excited.

Mr. Samuelson has been named Mashomack Preserve director by The Nature Conservancy. He replaces Mike Laspia who retired last fall after 37 years in the position, along with his wife Susan, who worked as the preserve’s operations manager. (more…)

02/09/17 10:00am
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EVENTS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9

Book in the Woods, “A Winter Walk” by Lynne Barasch at Mashomack Preserve through February. (631) 749-1001.

Valentine’s Day Necklace Craft, grades 3 and up create a necklace for someone special plus one for themselves. 2:30 p.m., library. (631) 749-0042. (more…)

02/02/17 10:00am
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EVENTS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2

Groundhog Puppets, grades pre-K and up craft puppets in honor of Groundhog Day. 2:30 p.m., library. (631) 749-0042.

The Art of George Rowland, seascapes, landscapes and lighthouses on view in the gallery and display case of the library through February. (631) 749-0042. (more…)

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01/25/17 10:00am
COURTESY PHOTO |All for one. From left: Susan Jones, Susan Laspia, Kathleen Conrad and Barbara Smith in Washington last Saturday.

COURTESY PHOTO |All for one. From left: Susan Jones, Susan Laspia, Kathleen Conrad and Barbara Smith in Washington last Saturday.

Last Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people — including a couple dozen Shelter Islanders — descended on our nation’s capital to take part in a massive protest march marking President Donald Trump’s first full day in office. (more…)