01/28/15 12:00pm

 

COURTESY PHOTO |Artist Roz Dimon in her studio.

COURTESY PHOTO |Artist Roz Dimon in her studio.

Shelter Island artist Roz Dimon will discuss the creative process behind the paintings and drawings she makes with contemporary digital media at Friday Night Dialogues at the Library on January 30 at 7 p.m. “Digital Art: The Inside Scoop with Roz Dimon” will include a slide show presentation and a display of original works, currently on exhibit in the library’s Community Room. (more…)

01/20/15 12:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO |  Results from the Shelter Island election are in.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Results from the Shelter Island election are in.

At the Shelter Island Library’s annual meeting on Saturday, January 17, four incumbents of the Board of Trustees were re-elected for three-year terms: Peter Farrar, Phyllis Gates, William Martens and Mary-Faith Westervelt. David Roggie was elected to the fifth seat on the board, filling the position left vacant by the late Gail Vielbig. (more…)

01/07/15 2:00pm

 

COURTESY PHOTO |Eli Wallach and Jeff Baron

COURTESY PHOTO |Eli Wallach and Jeff Baron

If you’re a frequent visitor to the Shelter Island Library, you may notice Jeff Baron typing on his computer. His inside-Hollywood young adult comic novels, “I Represent Sean Rosen” and “Sean Rosen Is Not for Sale,” may soon be joined by another in the series. Recently, he was a featured speaker at the National English Teachers convention in Washington, DC, discussing the Sean Rosen-inspired program he does as the artist-in-residence at Ardsley Middle School. (more…)

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11/29/14 2:00pm
CAROL GALLIGAN PHOTO Look carefully. This is where you should be this winter when gardening thoughts come to mind. See you there.

CAROL GALLIGAN PHOTO
Look carefully. This is where you should be this winter when gardening thoughts come to mind. See you there.

All around me, I hear complaints about how early it gets dark and so I write the following in an attempt to convince you how wonderful the dark really is. When it’s dark, you can’t work outside — isn’t that lovely? (more…)