“Wild Turkeys,” 1923 Black and white photograph Montauk Library Archives Wild turkeys, once nearly extinct, have had a rebound, including in Montauk, as anyone who drives on “the new highway” in Montauk and spots them on the roadside will attest. They were highly prized by Native Americans and European colonists alike, and formed the… Read more »
Welcome to Sharing Music with Lori, a Thanksgiving Special! Gather the family around and enjoy some music and laughter together!
Put on your pajamas and get comfy for this bedtime Thanksgiving Eve reading. Tonight, Linda will be reading, The Night Before Thanksgiving by Natasha Wing. Follow along as the feast is prepared, cousins are greeted, and everyone gathers around the table, all with an extra helping of holiday fun. For more info about the… Read more »
This shot from Jane Leibell’s collection of photographs donated to the Montauk Library in 2005 says everything about seasonal celebrations in November: the Girl Scouts are at the Firehouse, and have just cooked a delicious Thanksgiving turkey! (Although “the proof of the pudding is in the eating,” as they say). We know that a Boy… Read more »