Science and History Tours of Gibraltar Island will be held each Wednesday, June 24 through August 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A tour fee of $10 ($5 for children 6−12) supports Stone Lab student scholarships. To get to Gibraltar, meet at the Boardwalk Restaurant Harbor Taxi Landing on South Bass Island by 10:45 a.m. to catch a water taxi at a cost of $6 round-trip.
In the first hour, groups will take a guided tour of the island, including Perry’s Lookout, the glacial grooves, Stone Lab buildings, and the outside of Cooke Castle. The second hour will focus on the Lake Erie research currently being conducted at Stone Lab. Tours are provided on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of 75 people.
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Put-in-Bay memorabilia chronicles the history of South Bass Island. Steve and Alina Nemec search out items located off-island and return them, hoping the articles will find a good home on South Bass. With a month remaining until the island-wide garage sale on May 17th, it is time for the couple to start organizing for their sale. Located on Mitchell Road, the sale will have close to a full spectrum of old items: from post cards to spoons, from a 30–foot Centennial banner to an Island 1913 tug of war trophy. Objects for many categories will be offered. Another hard to find item is a guest registry for the Maplewood Place that spans the years 1898 to 1929. If you like island history, this yard sale is for you! Mark your calendar and discover real island history for your own collection.