Articles by: Barbara Caldwell-Pease

Barbara Caldwell-Pease

Barbara Caldwell-Pease

  • Cranberry Isles: Surfing the storm

    Last Friday, in advance of Hurricane Dorian, many Cranberry Isles residents took small boats out of the water and the Cranberry Cove Ferry cancelled runs. While hearts go out to the people of the Bahamas and Atlantic Canada seriously impacted by the storm, thankfully the Cranberry Islands took no serious damage. On Islesford, weather caused

  • Cranberry Isles: Fall schedules start

      Labor Day can be a bittersweet holiday because while the three-day weekend celebrates the contribution of the American worker to the strength and prosperity of the country, it is also a reminder that the summer season is ending. Monday, Sept. 2, marks the change to autumn hours for several local businesses. Starting Sept. 2,

  • Cranberry Isles: Cranberry House open house

    It has been another delightful week in Cranberry Isles, Maine. Blueberries are finally ripening, apple tree branches are bowing under the weight of blushing fruit and red blackberries are darkening. However, the approaching season’s end has not dampened the enthusiasm of residents. On Thursday, Iselsford Postmaster Joy Sprague greeted customers dressed in her Woodstock outfit

  • Cranberry Isles: Noah the singing dog

    Saturday’s Rock the Duck celebration for Boatworks was a rousing success, thanks to performers and all who helped out. Corey Alley’s prize-worthy pulled pork and coleslaw started the evening with a delicious bang and Joy Sprague’s Noah stole the entertainment show with his canine song stylings. Katelyn Damon announced a raffle to benefit Islesford Boatworks

  • Cranberry Isles: Artists wanted

    The Cranberry Isles saw high temperatures at the end of the week, with the thermometer reaching the upper eighties. But the show must go on, as the cast of “Boot Loose” proved on Friday evening. Lucky audience members report the show was a smashing success. Congratulations to Kathleen Lake, the cast and the crew on