MV Bank Awards $80,500 to Nonprofits
The Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation has awarded $80,500 in grants and donations to 10 nonprofits on Martha's Vineyard and in Falmouth.
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Libraries Announce Contactless Pick-Up
All six Martha's Vineyard libraries will begin offering contactless pick-ups next week. Book drops are open now.
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Vineyard Haven Library Shows Vintage Edward Gorey Posters
Louisa Hufstader
Known for his instantly-recognizable line drawings, the Cape Cod artist Edward St. John Gorey wrote more than 100 picture books and won a Tony award for costuming.
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Labyrinth Reading
Annette Sandrock will give a series of readings to celebrate the release of her first book of poetry, Labyrinth.
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Philip Weinstein Shares from Work in Progress
Philip Weinstein shares his work in progress, a volume of essays entitled Soul-Error on Tuesday, July 23 at the Vineyard Haven Library.
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Vineyard Haven Library Plans Expansion
Holly Pretsky
As programs have grown more frequent and attendance has soared, the Vineyard Haven library is gearing up for a small expansion that will add a new program room.
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Ladies' Library League
More times than men like to admit, it is the women who get things started, and so it was with the Vineyard Haven Public Library.
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A Patient Practitioner of Pointilism
Landry Harlan
Jack Ryan works at the West Tisbury post office by day. But by night, the artist spends hours on his detailed drawings.
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Constructing the Future at Genome Panel
Chloe Reichel
MIT biochemist Dr. Kevin Esvelt will speak about genetic editing on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
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Blast from the Past: Time Capsule Holds 50-Year-Old Memories
Heather Hamacek

In 1967, sixth graders at the Tisbury school created a time capsule, filling a metal box and sealing it away into the wall of the library. On Saturday, some of those students gathered to open it.

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