Friends Announce Book and Author Luncheon
The Friends of the Port Washington Public Library announces its 36th annual Richard Dodge Whittemore Book and Author Luncheon on Friday, May 13 from 11:45 am to 2:30 p.m. at the George Washington Manor. The Friends tradition of presenting nationally recognized authors continues this year with Elizabeth Gaffney, author of Metropolis and Russell Shorto, author of The Island at the Center of the World.
Third Open Forum for Visioning Held
The third and last open forum of the Shared Visioning project was held on March 31. The general subject for this one was development. This focused on the downtown/commercial corridors, housing and redevelopment/land use. Again, the forum was well attended, with some people noting that high school students participated in the discussions, much to their delight.
PYA to Induct DeMeo, McIlhenny at Hall of Fame Dinner June 17
Port Washington Youth Activities is proud to announce the induction of two new members into its Hall of Fame on the night of Friday, June 17, at the North Hempstead Country Club in Port Washington.
On The Bay
Last Sunday was another of those wonderfully warm, sunny days that arrive in April to the delight of just about everyone - the kind of day to find any and every excuse to be out doors enjoying the mild weather. Our frostbiting group didn't seem too disappointed with the summer - like conditions, except that there was very little wind and the Race Committee had to cancel the last day of regular racing after only three races. April 17 was notable for another reason. Sabrina Lorson, who is in kindergarten, sailed with her father, Pedro, on IC dinghy #536 and may just be the youngest ever crew to race during the regular frostbite season.
Teacher Questions Budget
Upset Over Write-in Victory in Baxter Estates