The August Advocate opens with a neighbor’s comparative take on the weather’s effect on Mud Pond’s wildlife over the last two spring seasons. Following is the invitation to celebrate the Historical Society’s centennial August 7. The DPL is wide open
Consideration for the night sky as a vital resource opens the July issue. With mention of the Dublin School’s Perkin Observatory as benefiting from such, it is remarkable that our library has announced its purchase of a telescope for families
As always in the June issue, our high school graduates are congratulated on the cover, individually, and in this case, jumped to later in the issue. The Checklist Supervisors are in the process of verifying the checklist, and take-out suppers
The May Advocate opens with a tribute to the pollinators, and details how we can help them multiply by using native plants to sustain a biodiverse environment right in our own backyards. Then, let’s not forget about Town Meeting, broadside.
We are protecting Dublin Lake, one corner at a time, starting at the Pumpelly Trailhead, as pointed out in the cover story of this month’s April issue. Our recycling efforts can be back in full operation mid-April, the Town Hall