Monthly Archives: June 2012
Lots of art events coming up this week on Martha's Vineyard.
Washington Ledesma Gallery 5–8 pm, Oak Bluffs.
Newly renovated Tashmoo Springs building becomes a gallery for Martha's Vineyard artist Lanny McDowell
Fabulous photography, fine paintings, wonderful watercolors and amazing wood sculpture add up to a powerful opening at the Granary Gallery.
There will be some added color at Featherstone in Oak Bluffs thanks to Mother Nature and flower farmer Molly Flam of Vineyard Haven.
After the Vineyard's oyster population was depleted a few years back, the M.V. Shellfish Group stepped in.
Lizzie and Anne Williamson defeated Carlene Gatting and Alexis Condon 6-1, 4-6, 10-2 to win the Mother- Child Tournament held at Vineyard Youth Tennis last weekend.
As the summer softball season begins to heat up, the Snaps and Creamers, 'Canes and 'Cats are all off to fast starts.
More than 60 players took to the courts at Farm Neck over the weekend to help raise money for the Fish Farm for Haiti project.
Edgartown met Annapolis last weekend as Vesper and Flying Jenny 7, two trans pac 52's, squared off in a match race sailing regatta.
Peter Parker/Spider-Man, everyone's hero, in an over-the-top action packed feature that easily keeps pace with its early incarnations.
This week we took to the streets to ask what people thought about President Obama not being expected to return this summer.
"Nicky's Familiy" and "Under African Skies" up next with M.V. Hebrew Center and M.V. Film Festival, respectively.
The Dive Bar has weekly Beer Tastings and a summer long Beer Club. With close to a hundred beers The Dive Bar boasts the largest beer selection on MV.
Many forget all the shopping opportunities there are along the busy route up Island from Vineyard Haven.
The Yard in Chilmark kicks off a new series, YardWORDS, on Saturday, June 30 with an event hosted by author Nicole Galland called Bard at the Yard.
The Summer Institute will begin its annual speaker series at the Hebrew Center on July 5 with legal analyst and celebrated writer Jeffrey Toobin.
The concert promises a mix of music familiar & new, patriotic & just plain fun – from Gilbert & Sullivan to Irish folksongs and even a gospel number.
The M.V. Museum's Evening of Discovery, guitarist Peter Griggs at two Island churches, and the Vineyard Arts Project's Art for Art party.
Founded in 1879 by a group of graduates from Boston's Museum School, the prestigious Copley Society of Art includes a number of Island artists.