Posts Categorized: On the Island

June 27th Update on the Conference Season Delay

An update from Amy Lockwood, Executive Director, and Brad Greeley, President The Star Island Corporation profoundly regrets to announce that it expects Star Island to be closed through early August until further assessment of its electrical systems and mandated work are completed for fire safety purposes. Star Island expects to open fully in early August… Read more >

June 22nd Update on Conference Rescheduling

An update from Amy Lockwood, Executive Director, and Brad Greeley, President As anticipated, Star Island Corporation has been preparing for a facility inspection on Thursday, June 21. In the course of these preparations there was some fairly in-depth research and assessment needed of progress on our hotel electrical systems. We were pleased to learn that… Read more >

June 14th Update on Our Partnership with Ferry Beach to Host Conferences

Star Island Conference Center, located off Portsmouth and Rye at the historic Isles of Shoals, is working in partnership with the Ferry Beach Park Association, a Unitarian Universalist camp/conference center in Saco, Maine, to host Star Island’s Young Adult and Arts Conferences beginning on June 16, 2007. The one week conferences, which run concurrently and… Read more >

Information on the Conference Season Delay

NOTE: Information is coming soon about alternate conference center plans for Arts and YAC conferees. If you are a conferee for either of these conferences, you will be kept up to date by your registrar. If you have questions, please call the Star Island Corporation office at (603) 430-6272. A Message from Amy Lockwood, Executive… Read more >

An Island Kingdom: A New Documentary on the Isles of Shoals

The New Hampshire Humanities Council has awarded a grant to Barking Spider Productions for An Island Kingdom, a one-hour television documentary that will trace the history of the Isles of Shoals from 1614 to the present day. Producer Andrea Melville has produced two Emmy-award winning documentaries for public television. She will use historic photographs, film,… Read more >