07/03/19 2:00pm

CAROL GALLIGAN
Self-guided tours of Revolutionary War Patriots’ gravestones at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church Colonial Cemeteries will take place on July 4, 2019, 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

THIS WEEK

GRAVESTONE TOUR

Open gate self-guided tour of Revolutionary War Patriots’ gravestones at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church Colonial Cemeteries, Rte. 114 on July 4, 2019, 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Honor those who helped secure the freedoms we enjoy today. Karen Kiaer, Shelter Island Daughters of the American Revolution Historian, and Joyce Bowditch-Bausman, Shelter Island Daughters of the American Revolution Honorary Regent will be available to answer questions. Karen Kiaer (631) 749-1853 or Joyce Bowditch-Bausman at (631) 749-1203.

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04/10/19 4:30pm

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Quebec’s Les Poules à Colin will perform two shows in the Music Room of the historic Manor House on Saturday, April 13.

Quebecois folk music group Les Poules à Colin will perform at the Manor House with two shows on Saturday, April 13 at 6 and 8 p.m. as part of Sylvester Manor Educational Farm’s concert series.

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04/05/19 12:00pm

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Quebec’s Les Poules à Colin will perform two shows in the Music Room of the historic Manor House on Saturday, April 13.

Sylvester Manor Educational Farm presents the second edition of its 2019 concert series with Quebec’s Les Poules à Colin, who will perform two shows in the intimate setting of the Music Room of the Manor House on Saturday, April 13, at 6 and 8 p.m.

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05/28/17 11:00am
JULIA BRENNAN PHOTO | Fifteen lucky birders got to stay overnight in the Manor House at Mashomack Preserve on the Saturday before Mother’s Day. Pictured here on the main stairway are (clockwise from far left): Jonathan Dey, Richard Quaglio, Mashomack volunteer host Peter Van Hensbroek, Amy Jacobus, Debra North, Walter and Katherine Chabla, Jeanne Merkel, David and Shirley Merle, and (center) Paul Merle.

JULIA BRENNAN PHOTO | Fifteen lucky birders got to stay overnight in the Manor House at Mashomack Preserve on the Saturday before Mother’s Day. Pictured here on the main stairway are (clockwise from far left): Jonathan Dey, Richard Quaglio, Mashomack volunteer host Peter Van Hensbroek, Amy Jacobus, Debra North, Walter and Katherine Chabla, Jeanne Merkel, David and Shirley Merle, and (center) Paul Merle.

Fifteen lucky birders had a rare treat recently at Mashomack Preserve — an overnight stay at the freshly restored Manor House.

They came to participate in the annual early morning “Birds and Breakfast” program run by naturalists at the preserve, and as they were among the first responders to an invitation issued last fall, got to sleepover night in one of the Manor House’s 10 bedrooms.

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