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Are you musically inclined or simply a music lover looking for a delightful way to pass some time on a Sunday afternoon? The hall behind the Chilmark Church may be just the spot for you.
It's hard to believe another year has passed and it is time to celebrate great-grandma Bette's birthday again.
Arne and Helen DeKiejzer were at their Larsen Lane home over the holidays.
I realize it is a month away, but I thought I would share the information now so you will be sure to mark your calendars and line up your child-care providers.
Thanks to Irene Hungerford for reminding me to share that the Martha's Vineyard Horse Council will hold their monthly meeting at 6:30 pm on Thursday, January 10, at the Agricultural Hall.
A poem by an anonymous author struck my fancy as I returned home a few days ago after strolling about town with a band of young children spreading love and joy and well wishes for the New Year through rousing renditions of Rudolph and Jingle Bells.
With the holiday season in full swing I would like to ask, if you haven't already, that we each light a candle, say a prayer, make a wish upon a star, hold a moment of silence, put an extra ornament on your tree or do whatever you might find fitting for the families who tragically lost their loved ones last week in Connecticut.
Reaching out to your neighbors who might not be surrounded by family and loved ones during the holiday season is something good neighbors always do.
With warmth in the air a camp out was in order.
A silly question for me to ask would be: Did any of you make it to the liquidation sale at Inn at Blueberry Hill? It's a silly question because I saw virtually the entire town there.
I am sure by now we have all driven by the white turkeys in the Whiting's West Tisbury field.
It's almost here.
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
When I commenced my writing of this column it was early Monday morning October 29.
Tomorrow the Chilmark School 4/5 students will host their annual UNICEF Fair at the Chilmark Community Center (CCC).
Congratulations to the creative foraging and home cookin' local talents Dan and Meg Athearn.
It's the last few days of the Derby.
Good night, dear heart, good night, good night.
Whoa Nellie, this town is a hoppin' place.
Our sailors are back.