Megan Alley - 508-693-0850 - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are bored on Marthas Vineyard this summer, you have
no one to blame but yourself, judging by the information about various
up-coming events that has been sent along to me this week.
The Tabernacle Film Series in the Campground, sponsored by the Silver
Screen Film Society, continues on July 19 with the showing of the
film Microcosmos. For further information, call 508-696-9369.
Oak Bluffss own Marty Nadler will be doing his show Very
Vineyard II. After his well-received Very Vineyard
performances of last year, Marty is bringing back a new show with
a comical look at the Island and it runs every Wednesday until Aug.31
at the Mansion House in Vineyard Haven.
More programs at the Oak Bluffs Public Library include Going
to Outer Space with Jeanne Gerulskis, the Director of the
Christa McAuliffe Planetarium. There is a slide show and activities
for children ages 3 to 5. This will be held on Thursday, July 21,
at 10:30 am.
Not to be outdone, the Oak Bluffs Senior Center has some exciting
events coming up that we want to remind you about. The Foxwoods
trip on July 20 still has a few seats available. The cost for the
bus is $20. The shopping trip to the Dartmouth Mall, including the
Country Buffet, and a side trip to the Vanity Fair Outlet also has
available space. For more information, call Rose at the center at
A slight correction in the news of last week regarding the marriage
of Dave and Carolyn Wright. Daves family includes mom and
step-dad, Judy and Donald Searle, and dad David Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Butler and their daughter Brooke Elizabeth are
at the Downs homestead on New York Ave. this week. Sams parents
are Mary and Eric Butler of Mansfield. Brooke would have been the
first great grandchild of the late Charles and Peg Downs.
Richard and Kathy Packish, along with their two children, are here
on vacation from their home in Naples, Fla. While here they are
the guests of Richards parents JoJo and Don Lambert.
Marguerite Cogliano is a busy young lady these days. Not only is
she the vice-president of the Junior Class at Marthas Vineyard
Regional High School, but she also works on Model U.N. and Safe
Rides. Her brother Joe Hegerty has just returned from football camp
at Boston College and is now working his two summer jobs.
Rose Cogliano has as her guests this week her two sisters, Patrice
Adams from Reading and Lisa Stack from Canton, who Rose fondly calls
the St. Pats Day Twins. Roses niece Vanessa Adams arrives
today to join the group for a short vacation.
We send birthday smiles to grandson Nick Rivers on July 15 followed
by Sophie Combra on July 16. Belated smiles, but still smiles, go
to Hope deBettencourt on July 10, Colleen Farrissey on July 11,
and Lauren Weaver on July 13.
Enjoy your week and send your news along to me, please.