Heard the one about the brawling Bronx nun who drank too much Christian Brothers?

Those who do know Sister Maurice Doody and Sister Rose Patricia Reilly’s deadpan sobriety standup act well tend to complain when they drop any details: “You left out the part where you beat up your sister!”

Islanders will have the chance to hear this well-known inspirational duo at Supper with the Sisters, a potluck dinner and presentation about their humorous experiences on the journey of recovery, on Thursday, June 3, at 6 p.m. at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.

Admission is $25 and a dish for six to share, and it all benefits Vineyard House, a safe, sober place to live for Islanders in early recovery from substance abuse.

Sister Maurice has not had a drink for three decades. But her years of drinking straight brandy from a holy water flask supplied her with material that has made her a sought-after speaker on the alcoholism recovery circuit for the past 20 years.

This is the second year Vineyard House has hosted this event — last year it sold out. So reservations are required. To purchase tickets, call Kathy Ferland at 508-693-8580, or buy online at vineyardhouse.org.

Vineyard House provides housing for Island men and women who need a safe living environment while they are in the early stages of recovery from alcohol and drug addiction, and who need support while renewing responsibilities to themselves, their families and the community. They operate three houses — two for men and one for women.