U.S. District Court Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV ruled from the bench Wednesday in U.S. Federal District Court in Boston that the town of Aquinnah and the Aquinnah/Gay Head Community Association Inc. (AGHCA) may intervene in a lawsuit Governor Deval Patrick filed to block the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) from building what the […]
This is a big weekend for the Aquinnah Cultural Center (ACC). On Saturday at 5 pm is the 9th Annual Wampanoag Feast and Fundraiser — a benefit dinner to support the ACC’s programs, exhibits, and events. There will be a special guest speaker, Marge Bruchac, from the Abnaki tribe; her talk is titled, “On the […]
The centerpiece of the wetu is a large floor tile that depicts a turtle crafted from stone and wampum, which represents the tribal concept that the world was created on the back of a turtle.
The town of Aquinnah and the Aquinnah/Gay Head Community Association Inc. (AGHCA) filed court documents last Thursday, July 10, in U.S. Federal District Court in Boston in which they asked to intervene in a lawsuit Governor Deval Patrick filed to block the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) from building what the tribe has described […]
Summer officially starts on Saturday! Maybe now it will stay warm for more than two days in a row and I can take the comforter off my bed. Although we did badly need the rain we got last week. Aquinnah now looks so lush and beautiful, which seems almost shocking when you think back a […]
It’s like this every year isn’t it? February, March, and April drag on and on with their cold, wet weather and then May hits and in the beginning it’s still more of the same and then, boom, everything starts blooming and the to-do lists grow longer by the minute. Do I always leave everything to […]
Incumbent Beverly Wright faces a challenge from Julianne Vanderhoop.