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Volume 17, Issue 9, September 2022 is now online September: School's back, water's low, and memories are made! This month there are a doze
Summer memories . . . Photographs to help remember summer 2022 . . . and what about joining the TI Life team? Also Twix the Kitsymenie Island dog says it all!
Residents—buckets in hand—rushed to the scene from every corner of the Park. Two boys took turns working the hand pump on the corner. Men, women, and children formed a bucket brigade.
Definition of Network: “a group or system of interconnected people or things.” Simple explanation, Eh! However, looking closely the new Gananoque Arts Network (GAN) takes on real meaning.
Over the past 14 years, I have had the privilege to meet some amazing Thousand Islanders. Some live here year-round, others are snowbirds, and some I meet along the way. Joseph B. Stahl . . .
It is mid-August – the glass is half empty. Why is that? 1) the corn season is here and if you blink it will be over? 2) the Antique Boat Sh
News Items, Arrive Can, Cataraqui Conservation proposed changes, poetry, and ABM photographs by Rick Casali.
There will be many tributes given in the future but this editor was fortunate as TI Life was able to highlight Will Salisbury's work many times over the years. I am pleased to share them again today.
For those of us summering in the Thousand Islands, any day seems special; but on the day I invited Doug Drumm for lunch, and I started to ask questions, I realize, that it was a special day indeed.
In 2011 – at the beginning of "Pies for God's Sake" project, someone said they should call it "Pies for God." However, Peggy said, "No, let's call it Pies for "God's Sake."
Summer photographs, community calendars, pies for sale, and Island Gala. Plus "Return to the River" by Thomas K. Hunt.
It appears that Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) is planning on making major changes to what we can and cannot do with our waterfront properties.
Mid-summer and time to enjoy another issue of Thousand Islands Life online. We have 15 articles this month, something for everyone. See: Vo
x x x Home in the Islands AgainI'm back on the streets where I first laid my feet Back in the hood, and it's feeling so good Back home with
Tributes to Dr. Richard Withington and Dr. Art Pearson, Events: Half Moon Bay, Splash 22, Theodore the Tub Boat, Boat and Car Show, Clayton's Opera House and Thousand Islands Playhouse 40th!
Good news for summer reading. Author Susan G. Mathis has published another novel about the Thousand Islands, and more specifically about the area of Calumet Island.
https://www.gananoque.ca/events Gananoque Farmers' Market Every Thursday from 4 - 7 pm, Park St, beside the Gananoque Town Hall. Half Mo
I began my Letter From the Editor this month saying, "June, and this Editor is a happy camper! Why? There are over 20 communities in the Tho