Remember the stagecoaches? Of course not, none of us do. But here is a look back, via the 1835 local newpaper, of the routes undertaken, all on page one of the September Newsletter, and thanks to Rusty Bastedo. The library both reviews the summer and looks ahead to fall programs, and Nancy invites us to celebrate renovations made within its walls. Police announce 30 years with Vira Elder, a new Med Box, and an upcoming BBQ with Touch-A-Truck for the kids. Food and fun for all who attend.

We reprint a message from the assessors originally posted on the town site, and a broadband RFP, and welcome, once again, the Annual Gas Engine Meet, the 48th! Goings on begin at our preschool, our Consolidated School, and DCA. And the Fall Rummage is back again! Homeschoolers unite and Rotary plans a walk for recovery from substance abuse. Town bands are still playing through Labor Day, and here is where to get info on algae blooms in general.

We show some snapshots of Dubliners at the Yankee Barn Sale, walk to support our region’s local humane society, and share all the news from the DubHub.

It’s no too late to feast your eyes on the annual hawk migration. Many saw through the eye of the telescope shared with us by Dublin School’s Perkin Observatory, and Tom bemoans the fate of horseshoe crabs in relation to the Red Knot. Come hike Dark Pond before you go!

September 2019