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Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank buys 41 acres on Chappaquiddick

The Land Bank's newest purchase on Chappaquiddick includes ponds, saltmarsh and beach front on Cape Poge.

West Tisbury

A microcosm of New England weather, from warm sunshine to snow, has been ours in just the past weekend.

Oak Bluffs

Ahh — what could be more mysterious than a Vineyard spring? Mother nature seems to be able to give us every extreme kind of weather within the span of two or three days.

Rake, prune, and watch bulbs light up

Rake lawns and save the thatch for composting. Lawns are shedding dead material, from matting by snow and ice. This is some of the best material for composting.

It’s Motrin, not a munchie

Honey is a 12-year-old cat.

Edgartown

Okay, that white stuff floating around outside my window as I write this? I'm ignoring it.

14th Annual Linguini Bridge Contest at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School

The 14th Annual Linguini Bridge Contest saved the best for last on Monday morning.

Tisbury

Spring is here, the birds are insisting on it.

Corrections

A story published in the March 17 issue of The Times, "An unconventional Hamlet," incorrectly identified Kaf Warman as Island Theatre Workshop's associate artistic director.

Equinox Art Show showcases Martha’s Vineyard’s youth

This Saturday, March 26, the parent support group, the Soul Doctors, hosts the second annual Equinox Art Show, at the First Baptist Church parish house in Vineyard Haven.

Aquinnah

I had a friend visiting from Vermont this weekend (where it is still snowing), and he said, "Well you guys are in full-on spring.

Third annual Cakewalk hosted by West Tisbury School fifth grade

The Ag Hall was full of life, noise, and people — as many as 300 — Saturday evening at the third annual Cakewalk hosted by this year's fifth grade at the West Tisbury School.

Chilmark

Well, I was quietly thinking to myself that the Carroll III family managed to elude the stomach bug that's been going around.

Martha’s Vineyard film groups screen two this weekend

"Queen of the Sun," a lushly photographed documentary on the vanishing of bees, and "Even the Rain," the Spanish tale of a movie crew filming in Bolivia while a real-life demonstration goes on, will both play Saturday, March 26, on the Vineyard.

Announcements

David E.

Tisbury School performs ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

The fun, frivolous Fifties were revisited over the weekend as the Tisbury School presented the musical "Bye Bye Birdie" to packed audiences on Friday and Saturday night.

Martha’s Vineyard residents join Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

Sam Cleland is walking in memory of her beloved grandmother who succumbed to breast cancer last year.

Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate Transactions March 7–11, 2011

March 11, Marthas Vineyard Savings Bank sold 82 South Rd.

More Vineyard baby shower resources

•Venues: Beach Plum Inn; The Mansion House; The Wharf; The Space (Edg.

Noteworthy events

Featherstone Center for the Arts announces its summer camp lineup, which starts June 27 and continues through August 8.