Barrington singer/songwriter Lynne Crowell will be launching her latest CD, Music for Life — My Journey, at the Osprey Arts Centre in Shelburne this Saturday night (Nov. 4) at 8 p.m.Four years in the works and with 15 tracks it’s the, “biggest project I’ve ever done,” said Crowell in an interview. “The best songs came from deep emotion. This CD is going to be a good example of that.”Crowell said there are many original songs on the CD.
Five-month-old Leah Gagnon sports a seasonal tuque at the annual Clark’s Harbour pumpkin and squash weigh-off made for her grandmother Gail Goreham. (KATHY JOHNSON)Five-month-old Leah Gagnon sports a seasonal tuque at the annual Clark’s Harbour pumpkin and squash weigh-off made for her grandmother Gail Goreham. (KATHY JOHNSON)Stephen Atkinson (from left) Morton Smith and Kevin Swim admire Atkinson’s prize winning giant gourd that weighed in at 1,058 pounds.
The dome that houses the Baccaro Lighthouse beacon needs repair, and the Keepers of the Baccaro Light intend to do something about it. The non-profit volunteer group was formed in 2015 with a mission statement, “to preserve the lighthouse and surrounding grounds for future generations.”They haven’t been letting any grass grow under their feet. Through fundraising efforts and several grants, they were able to raise enough money to make repairs and paint the historic wooden structure last year.
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Selecting a term
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