Tuesday, February 7, 2023
Home 2021 September

Monthly Archives: September 2021

Writing from the Heart: Move it

In 1971, I was on the beach with my husband, who was reading an article in Newsweek. Listen to this, he said as he...

Visiting Vet: Mako’s miracle

The answering service relayed the message to me at 7 pm by quoting the client’s exact words — her dog, Mako, had eaten “a...

Poet’s Corner

if you can make a poem today I will read it By Valerie Sonnenthal perhaps it's like making the bed needing to care all is pulled tight clear...

Pheasant hunting sees changes

0
The Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board unanimously approved changes to pheasant and quail hunting regulations after holding a public comment session during a Zoom...

Cribbage Club results

0
The Martha’s Vineyard Cribbage Club met on Sept. 22 at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown for another fun night of cribbage. Twenty-three players...

Task force assails freight boat via Falmouth town warrant

9
The SMART Citizen’s Task Force, via Steamship Authority critic Nathaniel Trumbull, has placed a petition article on Falmouth’s autumn town meeting warrant that would...

West Tisbury: Fire protection and safety

0
I am looking out the window at the changing colors across the tops of trees and shrubs I have planted over the years that...

Tisbury: ‘Two Wings to Heaven’

0
Heard on Main Street: Squirrels are nature’s little speed bumps. It was nice to have a call from Alan Wilder. He said he only spent...

Oak Bluffs: Pop-up book sale

0
October is ready to greet us tomorrow. With open arms it waits to coax us into cooler winter, like a decompression chamber easing us...

Edgartown: Fall fun at Farm Institute

0
I’m so far behind schedule this week. I’ve had a little bug problem in my kitchen, thanks to the dry dog food, and I’ve...

Chilmark: Farm school and trail walks

0
Sunday on the beach, Lucy Vincent, with Island families, Islanders getting their first beach day since the summer began and many, many dogs in...

Aquinnah: Indigenous Peoples Day

0
It’s about time! The first annual Indigenous Peoples Day will be held at Felix Neck on Monday, Oct. 11, from 2 to 4 pm....

Elder Law: Keeping family feuds from becoming legal feuds

There are as many reasons for family feuds as there are families; all are unique. In most cases, but certainly not all, they are...

M.V. Center for Living: Family Caregiver & Dementia Support Services

0
Individualized support to meet your specific caregiving needs and challenges. Long-term caregiving, whether for a parent, spouse, or friend, can be stressful and put...

Veterans Corner: VA annual report shows decrease in veteran suicides

0
New data included in the Department of Veterans Affairs 2021 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report notably shows a decrease from 2018 to 2019...

55Plus: SHINE News

0
Open Enrollment 2021 and your Serving Health Information Needs of Everyone program By Sept. 30, each Medicare beneficiary should have received an annual notice of...

Up-Island Council on Aging — October 2021

0
The Up-Island Council on Aging will be closed on Oct. 11, reopening Oct. 12. Yoga with Shanta! Thursdays at 9:30 am Yoga with Shanta is a...

Edgartown Council on Aging — October 2021

0
The Edgartown Council on Aging serves as an information and referral source to long-term services and supports available to older adults. Masks are required...

Oak Bluffs Council on Aging — October 2021

0
The OBCOA has a modified reopening plan. Contact Rose via email at rcogliano@oakbluffsma.gov, or call her at 508-693-4509, ext. 3, for more information or...

Tisbury Council on Aging — October 2021

0
The Tisbury Council on Aging has reopened, and is bringing groups back. For questions, additional information, or to sign up for programs, call us...