Ms. Zavatto’s new book offers Island-themed cockail recipes.
Not ready to let go of summer yet? September on Shelter Island can sometimes be a sweet dessert after the multi-course menu of June, July and August. Step out on the porch and enjoy a soft breeze while the sun still sparkles on the water. Before you do, though, pick up Amy Zavatto’s book, “Prosecco Made Me Do It,” and fix yourself a refreshing cocktail.
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Mary Lou Eichhorn is the owner of gift shop Cornucopia.
I stopped at Cornucopia on West Neck Road last week looking for a card.
While looking through the selection I began talking with proprietor Mary Lou Eichhorn about this Island gift shop that she keeps open every day. (more…)
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Women secret agents of WWII will be the topic at Havens Barn on Saturday, September 15
A weekly round-up of events and activities on Shelter Island.
Ms. Gabor will discuss her latest book at Friday Night Dialogues on September 14.
The Shelter Island Public Library is pleased to host business journalist and author Andrea Gabor as part of the Friday Night Dialogues Series. Ms. Gabor will present and illuminate her widely praised new book, “After the Education Wars: How Smart Schools Upend the Business of Reform” on Friday, September 14 at 7 p.m. (more…)
Rev. Nancy Remkus spearheaded the Kids’ Community Peace Chorus.
The Reverend Nancy Remkus, interfaith/interspiritual minister from Sag Harbor, will preach at Union Chapel at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, September 9. Her sermon is entitled “To Everything There is a Season: Preparing for Fall.” This will be the closing service for Union Chapel’s 2018 season.