A good spaghetti dinner is wonderful on a cold night. Grace Preschool invites you to enjoy this along with their silent auction at the Grace Church parish hall on Saturday from 5 to 7 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children or seniors and $25 cap for a family. Call Penny Wong at […]
Best wishes for a rapid recovery go out to Ed Colligan, Ann Maley, and Agnes Rice. You might drop in to see Agnes who is now in rehab at our hospital. We hope Ed has come home by now. The Copper Wok is supposed to open next week. Watch for it. Congratulations to Carol Jahn […]
It is almost worth getting older to have a birthday weekend with two lovely granddaughters trying to outdo each other to help me celebrate. Their cake decorations were crazy, their hand drawn cards were spectacular, their eagerness to celebrate was indefatigable — and I am exhausted but very happy now. Next Monday you can begin […]
Obviously, Mother Nature does not listen to me. I was through with snow. I needed no more. I declared we should have no more of the nasty white stuff. And then we got dumped on. And the forecast is for even more of that white stuff. To show how much Mother Nature ignores my wants […]
To illustrate and complement this month’s special programs on America’s Music, the Vineyard Haven Library has an exhibit by nationally acclaimed photographer Peter Simon. The photographs will be on display during regular library hours through the month of February. Over the course 40 years, Peter Simon has covered an eclectic range of subjects including the […]
Welcome home to Anna Duarte. We are pleased to announce that Anna has returned from Mass General. She is now in residence at Windemere and will be happy to see you. Can you believe it? Fifty years ago tomorrow the Beatles arrived in America. They brought a new kind of music to us from England, […]
My father was born 142 years ago today. That was an very long time ago — and, yes, he was pretty old when I was born. He lived in exciting times. He was ten when he saw his first electric light at a world’s fair but lived to see Americans go into space. That is […]
Heard on Main Street: If you need a shoulder to cry on, pull off to the side of the road.
Heard on Main Street: It’s good advice: When nothing goes right, go left.
Heard on Main Street: Music is what feelings sound like.