Last May 624 bicycle riders raised $416,000 riding their bicycles around the Vineyard to help fund research into a cure for multiple sclerosis (MS), and to care for people affected by the crippling disease. This year’s ride, the 25th annual Bike MS: Ride the Vineyard, is on Saturday May 3. It begins and ends at […]
Finally, time to smell the flowers
Where to find eggs on Martha’s Vineyard.
It’s sort of like arts and crafts for adults. And you don’t need to bring any skills or even talent to the table. That’s the idea behind Featherstone’s most recent series of classes. Throughout the mean months of winter, the arts campus has been hosting something they call Ladies Night. On the first Monday of […]
Spring has sprung, and with it comes the start of Vineyard Gardens’ free and weekly Educational Lecture Series, beginning this Saturday, April 5. Running from 11 am to 12 noon each Saturday through the nursery’s season, the first topic is Starting Plants From Seed. Next, on April 12, is a hands-on workshop: Starting Both Vegetable […]
The YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard is seeking to enroll members in a program designed to teach infants and young children basic water skills. Registration for the infant swimming resource program is now open to children between 6 months and 6 years of age. The course is separate from regular swim instruction. “Living on an Island […]
Opportunities for all ages at the Alexandra Gagnon Teen Center.
School lets out this year on June 27th. How will your kids spend their summer vacation? With our comprehensive guide to camps on Martha’s Vineyard, it’s easy to find a camp for every interest. Start planning now, and give your kids something to write home about this summer. Gone are the days when camp was […]
Learn about the species and how to volunteer to gather data at Island libraries over the next few weeks.
Book recommendations from Bunch of Grapes Bookstore.