Capawock Theatre will be re-open for the weekdays, Monday through Friday, with $5 admission for the next few weeks. The theater remains open on the weekends, when tickets will cost $7 before 6 pm; $9 for adults, $7 seniors/under 12 after 6 pm. For the movie schedule, call 508-627-6689.
Fellows from FAWC
The first reading in a series, brought to the Island from the M.V. Library Association's collaboration with the Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown, is tonight at the West Tisbury Library. Poets Margaret Reges and Melissa Tuckey will discuss their writing and take questions from the audience.
The readings run throughout the month on Thursdays, starting at 5:30 pm, at various libraries. FAWC is a long-term residency program for emerging artists and writers.
For more information, visit fawc.org.
Join Martha's Vineyard Women's Network at the upstairs bar at Alchemy in Edgartown for a social gathering tonight, March 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Bring your business cards and a friend, and enjoy the cash bar and dinner menu. Both members and nonmembers are welcome. Visit mvwomensnetwork.org for more information.
Children's Circle of Songs
Join the Circle of Songs with Hugh Hanley this Saturday, March 6, at the Chilmark Community Center. Singing begins at 11 am. Enjoy songs, finger plays, and musical activities for young children and adults who will sing with them. It is $5 per person, and there will be a raffle for a basket of books and toys. For more information, call Island Children's School: 508-693-5815.
The next show in the Unitarian-Universalist Chapel music series, Thank UU It's Friday, is "A Family Affair," featuring two family duets tomorrow night at 7 pm. Father Howie joins his daughter Hannah Marlin, a senior at the M.V. Regional High School. Mark and Sam Hann will play the guitar and violin.
Intro to oral history
An oral history workshop will be held at the Martha's Vineyard Museum in Edgartown this Saturday, March 6, from 9 am to 1 pm. Oral historian Linsey Lee will work with participants on interview techniques, care of collections, and creative uses of oral history. The museum's collection of interviews (which includes over 400 Vineyarders) will be reviewed and utilized. The workshop is limited to 10 participants, and pre-registration is required and is $20 to participate. For more information or to register, call 508-627-4441 or go to mvmuseum.org.