Shelter Island Recreation and the Shelter Island Library present a haunted house at the library on Thursday, Oct. 31, from 4 to 6:30 p.m.
TAYLOR’S ISLAND EXHIBIT CLOSING
A closing reception for the Plein Air Art Exhibit featuring Taylor’s Island will take place on Friday, Oct. 25, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Shelter Island Town Hall meeting room. Light beverages and snacks will be served.
CLIFF CLARK PHOTOS
Rosemarie Ryan-Dyett, Manor Executive Director Stephen Searl and Alyssa Bliss.
Sylvester Manor and friends celebrated the end of summer during its Harvest Moon Cocktail Party and Ferry Cruise on Sept. 14 aboard South Ferry.
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTOS
A sweet and crispy basket for local strawberries; Pavlova.
Pavlova is a large crispy meringue with a soft middle that is a built-in bowl for berries and cream.
The Senior Center celebrated the Super Bowl with a party.
The Senior Center hosted a Super Bowl party last Sunday. Numerous snacks and good food were prepared by Giovanna Ketcham and her staff.
She started by passing around various vegetables with a creamy dip. These were followed by delightful deviled eggs and cheddar and apple slices. There was chili made with turkey and beef and plenty of beans. Twice-baked potatoes were an added treat. Different kinds of cupcakes were served for dessert.
JADE ECKARDT PHOTO
This bread recipe is easy peasy and absolutely delish.
Breaking bread may bring people together, but baking bread seems to intimidate many home chefs.
At least, that’s the response I get from others when I make this bread. Everyone always appears stunned that I whipped up a loaf of French bread so easily and that it’s so good. But it actually is really easy, just five ingredients and five easy steps, and voila! You’ve got a delicious loaf of bread that will impress and satisfy dinner party guests or that friend coming by for a glass of wine.