TIM PURTELL PHOTOS
A Japanese Cedar on the Island.
Cryptomeria or Japanese Cedar
Latin Name: Cryptomeria japonica
Locations: Cryptomeria trees of various sizes are sprinkled throughout the Island. A smallish one grows to the right side of the Library entrance. I’ve seen a magnificent individual in a private garden on Cobbetts Lane and ten mammoth trees stand guard in front of a friend’s home on Linda Road.
COURTESY PHOTO Isabella Sherman
Isabella Sherman, a recent Shelter Island School graduate, just completed her “rookdom” at college. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO
Ben Jenkins Jr., future Eli, second from left, at a community party last summer.
Dering Harbor resident Ben Jenkins Jr. is heading for Yale, partly thanks to his home village. (more…)
Sylvester Manor’s 2019 concert season kick starts with an evening of world-class bluegrass music featuring the Slocan Ramblers at the Shelter Island School auditorium on Saturday, January 19, at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7.
The Reporter caught up with Frank Evans, the Ramblers’ lead singer and banjo player, to talk bluegrass, banjos and the (declining) difference between Canadian and American bluegrass.
Canadian bluegrass band the Slocan Ramblers will play in the Shelter Island School gymnasium Saturday, January 19.
A weekly round-up of activities and events on Shelter Island.