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Writing for young people

Join the free Writing for Young People Group at the Chilmark library on Saturday, Feb. 6, at 6 pm. Are you working on a picture...

‘Empowering Well-Being’ class online at the West Tisbury library

The West Tisbury library invites everyone to join Shanta Gabriel’s “Empowering Well-Being” class on Zoom. Classes meet on Thursdays in February from 11:30 am...

Island nonprofits offer free screening of ‘The Social Dilemma’

M.V. Community Services’ Island Wide Youth Collaborative (IWYC), in partnership with NAMI M.V. and the M.V. Youth Task Force sponsors a free at-home virtual...

Papermaking at the Chilmark library

On Saturday, Feb. 6, at 4 pm the Chilmark library presents Papermaking with May Babcock:  History and Science of Papermaking, with a Demonstration of...

Cooking with Chef Kevin Crowell

Hungry for a new recipe? Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 5:30 pm, the West Tisbury library presents “Cooking Local with Kevin Crowell,” a weekly...

Winter at Windemere

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Ever since its start, Windemere Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has strived to offer the highest level of care and compassion to its residents. These...

Alley-oop

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If you’ve ever driven down Edgartown–Vineyard Haven Road, past the regional high school, you have almost certainly caught a glimpse of the concrete hips...

Wild Side: American kestrel

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While snowy owls and a remarkable invasion of finch species have dominated the attention of birders over the past few months, an attractive and...

Up-Island Council on Aging – February 2021

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Note: We will be closed Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents’ Day Head Pharmacist Dave Caron and staff Present on the Covid Vaccine Thursday, Feb....

Oak Bluffs works on conservation near Hidden Cove

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Oak Bluffs selectmen took another step toward securing conservation restrictions on two parcels of land off Hidden Cove Road, but stopped short of officially...

SHINE News: Are you happy with your 2021 Medicare health Insurance plan?

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Now that you are a few weeks into 2021, let’s think about your 2021 Medicare health and prescription plans. Have you had some out-of-pocket...

Meet Liz Durkee, climate change planner

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Liz Durkee has always addressed climate change, but now as Martha's Vineyard Commission's first climate change planner, she’s addressing climate change on an Island-wide...

Tisbury Council on Aging – February 2021

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The Tisbury Council on Aging continues to do outreach to keep in touch with our seniors. We are starting a new year, and hopefully...

Edgartown Council on Aging – February 2021

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The staff at the Edgartown Council on Aging continue to provide weekly meal delivery, outreach services, and referrals, Monday to Friday between the hours...

Oak Bluffs Council on Aging – February 2021

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All in person activities at the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging are paused, but we’re still here for you! Call us for anything! We...

Elder Law: Planning to Stay Home

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Most seniors hope they can live in their home until they die. But hope is not a plan. Here are some tips: Make your...

Poet’s Corner

Collective Calamity By Gail DeNicola I’m a country girl now Walking the dirty Covid-cleared streets of New York Snippets of phone conversations shoot by All about Covid, tested? Not?...

West Tisbury: Winter tea parties

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The end of January already and still no snow other than a few wind-blown flakes, just enough to get me excited. By the time...

Tisbury: Vaccinations

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Heard on Main Street: I do read The Times, pretty much all of the time. Don Keller surprised me; he wrote that he’d read...