Chappy Town Column: Dec. 13
Peter Wells
The Chappy Community Center will host a Christmas Eve supper on Tuesday, Dec. 24 from 6 to 8 p.m.
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Chappy Town Column: Nov. 29
Peter Wells
The Chappy Community Center will host a Thanksgiving open house and crafts fair Saturday, Nov. 30 from 1 to 4 p.m.
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Chappy Town Column: Nov. 15
Peter Wells
The ferryboat On Time 3 returned to service on Tuesday, Nov. 5 after only two weeks and two days away.
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Chappy Town Column: Nov. 1
Peter Wells
The next potluck dinner at the Chappaquiddick Community Center is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 6.
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Chappy Town Column: Oct. 18
Peter Wells

The winter schedule on the Chappy Ferry begins on Sunday, Oct. 20 with an increase in service hours. That is, weather permitting, the ferry will begin operation at 6:30 a.m. and operate continuously until 10 p.m., then again from 11 to 11:15 p.m.

Also, beginning on Sunday, Oct. 20, only one ferryboat will be in service. Expect the vehicle waiting line to be longer during the normally busy times. If you remove your trailer hitch there may be just enough additional room on the ferry for your neighbor to get aboard.

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Chappy Town Column: Oct. 4
Peter Wells
Beginning on Sunday, Oct. 20 the use of the Chappy Ferry vehicle “cut line” on Dock street will be temporarily suspended.
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Chappy Town Column: Sept. 20
Peter Wells
The outside beach at the Chappy end of Norton Point has washed out due to severe erosion and OSV travel is impassible along that section of ocean beach.
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Chappy Town Column: Sept. 6
Peter Wells
The first Chappy Community Center potluck dinner is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.
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On Chappy
Peter Wells
Be on guard for lots of bicycle traffic on Chappy roads as well as Dock street Friday morning.
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On Chappy
Peter Wells

The Chappy Book Club will meet Wednesday August 28 at 10:30 a.m. at the CCC to discuss The Girl in the Spider’s Web. This novel is the fourth in the Lisbeth Salander series, which was begun by Swedish author Steig Larrson and continued by David Lagercrantz after Larsson’s death. According to Wikipedia, in the only interview he ever did about the series, Larsson stated that he based the character of Lisbeth Salander on what he imagined Pippi Longstocking might have been like as an adult. Apparently, he figured that she would be a magnet for trouble.

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