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On Friday, Sept. 6, David Bouchier will visit the Shelter Island Public Library to talk about the “real South of France.”
On Friday, Sept. 6, David Bouchier will visit the Shelter Island Public Library to talk about the “real South of France.” He will read from his new book, “Not Quite a Stranger – Essays on Life in France,” a collection of personal essays that isn’t quite a travel book, nor is it a memoir. Instead, it provides a lively portrait of France and the French through the unique voice of Mr. Bouchier.
The Shelter Island Friends of Music concert season kicks off on Friday, April 13.
With winter finally gone, the Shelter Island Friends of Music (SIFM) presents its first concert of the spring on Saturday, April 13, at 8 p.m. It’s a return engagement, of sorts.
“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.”- Jimmy Dean.
Pierce Senken is on an adventure of a lifetime. A 3rd Year Midshipman at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, Pierce is the son of Gregory and Jane Senken of Shelter Island and Garden City.
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Connor Corbett-Rice at the Shelter Island Yacht Club this week. Three years ago he wrote a message and placed it in a wine bottle before it was launched on a remarkable sea voyage.
Walking a private, seldom travelled stretch of sand in Cave Cay in the Bahamas in early February, a couple from Bermuda spied a corked wine bottle washed up on the beach. Going closer, Carol and Andrew Gracie saw a message tucked inside. (more…)