Notes from the Island — May 31

Posted May 31, 2022 at 6:00 am by

  • Fri­day Har­bor High School’s Lily Rock took home eighth place in the 3200 meters at the 2B track & field state cham­pi­onships in Cheney on Saturday.
  • Crows Nest is open for busi­ness again, locat­ed in the nar­row space between Be Chic Bou­tique and Fri­day Har­bor Trad­ing Post on Spring Street.
  • Demo­li­tion is com­plete at the site of the April 7 arson on Spring Street. Here’s a time-lapse video of the cleanup. Both lanes of traf­fic and all park­ing on Spring Street are now open.
  • Zum­ba class­es at Stu­dio JAMM start on June 20.
  • The library has can­celled this week’s Tech Tues­day event due to COVID con­cerns. They hope to resume the pro­gram some time in June.
  • On Wednes­day at 7 p.m. the library will host a vir­tu­al event titled Ukraine’s His­to­ry with Rus­sia: It’s Com­pli­cat­ed. Islander Necia Quast, retired For­eign Ser­vice Offi­cer, will dis­cuss Ukrain­ian his­to­ry with a focus on the coun­try’s rela­tion­ship with Rus­sia to help put the cur­rent events tak­ing place in that part of the world in con­text. Email Sarah Ben­son to reg­is­ter.
  • Pic­nik is now open Thurs­day through Mon­day from 2 to 8 p.m.

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