Efforts to Help Haiti

Volunteers of the Martha’s Vineyard Fish Farm for Haiti Project are hosting a potluck supper, Saturday, March 6, at the common house of Cohousing in West Tisbury, to brainstorm and make plans for this summer’s fund raising events.

Past events have included three concerts at the Tabernacle, tennis tournaments, Haitian art sale benefits and numerous other events. The group hopes to make this summer’s fundraisers for Haiti the biggest and best yet.

Go to fishfarmhaiti.org for more information about the project.

To help ensure enough seating at the potluck, RSVP to 508-696-6645.

Island-born filmmaker Victoria Campbell and her friend Abby Pope went to Haiti just days after the devastating earthquake in January, and the Gazette at the time chronicled their efforts working in a pediatric clinic.

To help fund the pair’s relief trip, the Vineyard Playhouse on Wednesday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. will host a benefit screening of Ms. Campbell’s feature film, House of Bones, a documentary about her ancestral West Chop home and the drama that unfolds as the family prepares to relinquish it.

Ms. Campbell and Ms. Pope a;sp will speak and present a slide show. Wine and cheese will be served.

Admission is $20 and includes the film, reception with cheese, desserts and wine, or $15 for the talk and reception only, which begins at 8 p.m.