Monthly Archives: March 2011
Filmgoers can escape the winter doldrums this weekend by watching two charming cinematic fantasies.
The opening of the Katharine Cornell Theatre Concerts season has arrived. This year's series kicks off with Willy Mason, making music with a few of his longtime Island friends.
Writers from the Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown will be reading their work every Wednesday afternoon in March at 5:30 at the West Tisbury Library.
Stefanie Wolf Designs, a jewelry studio located at 90 Dukes County Avenue in the Oak Bluffs Arts District, will design jewelry for Pendleton Woolen Mills in Portland, Oregon.
Island Elderly Housing (IEH) announced that David M.
The Yoga Barn has announced that Jane Norton has stepped down as administrative assistant.
The Daybreak Clubhouse is a place for socialization and occupation for those coping with mental illness.
The Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund with the Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard, has awarded seven grants totaling $13,800 in support of local nonprofits.
Life Line Screening, a company that specializes in medical screening technology, will set up its equipment and offer screenings intended to reduce a person's risk of having a stroke or bone fracture, at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on Wednesday, March 16.
Martha's Vineyard's four Council on Aging senior centers offer elderly Islanders, and the not-so-elderly, a rich variety of activities.
The buzz around honeybees is bittersweet on the Vineyard.