Native American festival, Possible Dreams, and music at Edgartown library

Clifford the big red dog stood next to creator Norman Bridwell and waved to the crowd at last year's Possible Dreams auction.
File photo by Angelina Godbout

Clifford the big red dog stood next to creator Norman Bridwell and waved to the crowd at last year's Possible Dreams auction.

Aquinnah artisans

Find Native American arts and crafts, local food, traditional music, and demonstrations this Saturday at the eighth annual Native American Artisans Festival. The festival runs from 11 am to 4 pm, while demos for both children and adults in wampum, sailors’ valentines, and clay pot-making are from 12 noon to 2 pm. For more information, call 508-645-7900, or email aquinnahcc@gmail.com.

Make the impossible possible

How often do you have the chance to bid on a day with Doug Liman and a trip to his new movie premiere, a VIP visit to “The View” decked out in a Kenneth Cole ensemble, a sushi date with Jim Belushi, or a dinner cruise with Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson? Bid or just watch the action at the Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction this Sunday, July 28, at the Winnetu Oceanside Resort in Edgartown. Admission is $25, doors open at 3:45 pm, silent auction begins at 4, and live auction at 5. For a complete list of the dreams, visit mvcommunityservices.com/possibledreams.

Sounds Like Summer

Cool off on the Edgartown Library lawn this Tuesday, July 30, with jazz by the Jon Zeeman Trio. The free sixth annual Sounds Like Summer concert series that features future shows with House Band, The Grateful Dread, and Sabrina and the Groovers, is for both children and adults. Music begins at 6:30 pm. For more information, call 508-627-4221.