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Listen to Ken talk about photosynthesis in the latest episode of: THE LIVING ISLAND ... See MoreSee Less

May 26th, 4:00 pm

We recently received this 1895 painting of Beaubears Island and Wilsons Point (seen from Millerton) as a donation to our collection - courtesy of Bill & Donna Sweezey.

We recently received this 1895 painting of Beaubears Island and Wilson's Point (seen from Millerton) as a donation to our collection - courtesy of Bill & Donna Sweezey. ... See MoreSee Less

May 25th, 4:00 pm

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I dont think that view would be available from Millerton..It would be somewhere north of the train bridge,around Batemans or so.

The construction of the first ship built on Beaubears Island and it's participation in the War of the Second Coalition ... See MoreSee Less

May 23rd, 12:00 pm

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Very interesting 🤔 love this stuff! Thank you.

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! ... See MoreSee Less

May 22nd, 4:00 pm

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Peter Mitchell Prefers Rum 🥃

Our first guide costumes (seen here in 2000) were furnished through an arrangement with Kings Landing, New Brunswick #TBT

Our first guide costumes (seen here in 2000) were furnished through an arrangement with Kings Landing, New Brunswick #tbt ... See MoreSee Less

May 21st, 4:00 pm

Special "live" coverage of current developments ... See MoreSee Less

May 20th, 4:05 pm

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Ken takes us deep inside the food prodction centre of every plant ... See MoreSee Less

May 19th, 4:00 pm

The object is a tap for whiskey barrels, and has two primary mechanisms. The wooden rod shaped tap that would have been fastened to the bong hole of the barrel and the stop cap that rotates 180 degrees. The stop cap and the rod tap have corresponding holes on the interior to either allow the liquid to flow through or hold in place.

The object is a tap for whiskey barrels, and has two primary mechanisms. The wooden rod shaped tap that would have been fastened to the bong hole of the barrel and the stop cap that rotates 180 degrees. The stop cap and the rod tap have corresponding holes on the interior to either allow the liquid to flow through or hold in place. ... See MoreSee Less

May 18th, 4:00 pm