New releases available at the library 



After a few weeks of mostly glorious weather, a freeze warning was given for the Cranberry Isles Sunday. Rough seas were forecast for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday due to Hurricane Teddy passing nearby on its way to Nova Scotia. However, daytime temperatures are expected to remain in the 60s for the rest of this week. 

Steve Pagels, owner of the Cranberry Cove Ferry, canceled the ferry’s last run on Monday and all runs on Tuesday because of expected winds and surge from the hurricane.  

The Islesford Neighborhood House Library has several new books. New offerings include All the Devils are Here by Louise Penny, Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver, The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson, The Soul of an Octopus by Sy MongtomeryThe Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson, 28 Summers by Elin Hilderbrand and Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Contact Cindy Thomas at the library for further information. 

The next book for Islesford Congregational Church’s Zoom book group is Reading While Black by Dr. Esau McCaulley, ACNA canon theologian and Wheaton College professor.  Everyone, local or far away, is welcome to join the group. The session begins in mid to late October. Dates and links will be posted on the church’s Facebook page.  

Though Winter’s Work is closed for the season, Sue Hill will be on island until mid-October. Anyone wishing to buy Ashley Bryan books may contact Sue at 610-0021. 

The last Monday Market at the Islesford Dock Restaurant Garden was held on Monday. Thanks to Jasmine Samuel and everyone who worked on this community market.  

Happy birthday to Cora Mae Austin-Fernald on Sept. 24. Happy birthday, on Sept. 25, to Rob BensonFred Quackenbush and Dick Pierson. On Sept. 26, happy birthday congratulations to Charlie Day. Happy birthday to Natasha Olearcek on Sept. 27 and to Hale Murch and Sonja Colby on Sept. 28. On Sept. 29, happy birthday to Cyrus Moulton and happy birthday to Lisa Hall on Sept. 30.  

“You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson   

 

We look forward to reporting all the news. Send items by 5 p.m. on Sunday. Email Barbara Caldwell-Pease at [email protected]. 

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