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What I won’t be having this October.
I’ve been quite remiss this season, indulging in reminiscences as well as plant histories, instead of doing what I think I’m supposed to be doing, which is to coax, harry, and generally assail you all into completing the chores you should have completed. But that stops right now. We need both to look ahead and behind and check ourselves. Have we been doing what we should have been doing? Are we where we should be, given the time of year? Let’s check.
COURTESY PHOTO | On Sunday, June 23, Reverend Marjory J. Roth will preach at the historic Union Chapel in the Grove.
On Sunday, June 23, Reverend Marjory J. Roth will preach at the historic Union Chapel in the Grove. Her sermon is titled, “Finding Hope.”
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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.
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The first dose of the shingles vaccine was administered last Wednesday at the Senior Center.
The first dose of the shingles vaccine was administered last Wednesday at the Senior Center with 59 injections given.
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Jack Josephson and Magda Saleh at home near Congdons Creek. Ms. Saleh will discuss her film ‘Egypt Dances’ at the next Friday Night Dialogues.
The film “Egypt Dances,” described by its creator, Shelter Island’s Magda Saleh, as a “time capsule,” will be presented Friday, June 21 at 7 p.m. as part of the ongoing Friday Night Dialogues series at the Library. The film, a unique blending of dance, music and song with live narration by Saleh, is a feature-length ethnographic documentation of the wealth of Egypt’s dance traditions.