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Great Island Dispatch: Hell Bay Through the Ages

  Des Barres, 1781 BY Ned Zimmerman Great Island, Medway Harbour Cherry Hill Beach lies on the Lunenburg side of the boundary between Lunenburg and Queen’s Counties, and is known for its magnificent surf, polished stones and as a habitat for the Piping Plover. But cartographical records dating back to the late 1700s indicate that […]

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The Lighthouse Story

BY Rosalie Harmon I started drawing when I was in my teens. I like to draw. It’s relaxing and if I can’t get it the way I want, I’ll take a break, go back and try again later. This is a lighthouse somewhere on the coast. Sarah and Tim want Jim nearby. Jim has to […]

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Moon Phase

Lake centre. Dead silence. Lightly, I see what was the moon. I see the black space in black space and fit myself into a new parable. Nervously, old habits dry off beyond the treeline. Evenings had been stretching long to an almost invisible purple. All through a season I had danced in vapour, passed abbreviated […]

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Art Jam 2014

Librarian and Life Guard puppets A collaborative comic A duck Art Jam took over the new Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre Margaret Hennigar Public Library for three weeks of day camps this summer. Youth 5-17 made sketchbooks, paintings, narrative comics and giant puppets under the guidance of artist Rebecca Roher, culminating in weekly art shows for family and […]

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Good Day to the Editor, I would like to submit this picture of  John Croft standing beside “Kelly Kale” so you can see how tall it is. Kelly was sprouted in the spring of 2013, lived in the garden in the summer, in the house all winter and then back to the garden in 2014. […]

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We’re Back Summer 2014

Contribute to the West Dublin Monitor this Summer 2014 Email Editor@WestDublin.ca Submission due July 14 Contribution guidelines here We’re so excited to hear from you! Download, print and share our submission poster here

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