Island Bicycle Event Will Protest Global Warming The Cycling Club of Martha’s Vineyard and the Martha’s Vineyard Peace Council have...
Harvest Fair The annual Harvest Fair and Luncheon at the Methodist Parish House in the Camp Ground in Oak Bluffs will be held on Saturday,...
Neighborhood Convention The next meeting of Neighborhood Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 10:45 a.m. at the tribal council...
College Students Will Help Build Island Habitat House Students from Lasell College in Newton are scheduled this weekend to help Vineyard...
Edgartown Book Fair The Edgartown School Book Fair is next week, offering everyone in the Island community the opportunity to find new and...
On Sunday, Nov. 11, children and their parents will bring homemade lanterns to gather at North Tabor Farm for the annual Lantern Walk. This...
Tiffany Smalley
Ask someone when they think the first Native American attended Harvard and they might guess somewhere in the 1950s. Perhaps they’ll go back...
Red Stocking is a long-standing effort to provide food and clothing to Island children from birth through grade eight. Approximately 280...
The Vineyard Committee on Hunger, along with Reliable Market and several Vineyard houses of worship, are working together again this year...
Habitat Will Raise Roof Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard is seeking volunteers with roofing experience to help with its fifth...
Fifty-two walkers completed the Island’s eighth annual, four-mile Miles of Memories Alzheimer’s Walk on Sunday, Oct. 14. The fastest...
In marking its 10th anniversary, the Spirit of the Vineyard award fittingly will be presented to its founder, Polly Brown, at a breakfast in...

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