Chicken Alley Art and Collectable Sale

On the Move With Chicken Alley Art Show

The Chicken Alley Arts and Collectibles Sale is Sunday, August 11.

In the Hen House at Chicken Alley Art Show

On Sunday, August 12 from 1 to 5 p.m. the doors of the Chicken Alley thrift shop will be open for the annual Art and Collectible Sale.

Chicken Alley Art Show

This year’s Chicken Alley art sale is Sunday, August 13 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Chicken Alley Art, Fashion

I want to express my deepest gratitude to all who helped make the Martha’s Vineyard Community Services Thrift Shop Chicken Alley Art Sale and the Needle Book Community Couture fashion show the best ever!

Art Lovers Unite at Chicken Alley Sale

Most daytrippers come to the Island for sun and fun, but on Sunday Karen Long came for the art. Ms. Long traveled from Concord to attend the annual Chicken Alley Art and Collectable Sale.

Chicken Alley Art Sale Is Island Treasure

The Chicken Alley Art and Collectable Sale is this Sunday, August 17, from 1 to 5 p.m. The sale benefits Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.

Chicken Alley Art and Collectable Sale

Art and collectables will go on sale at the Chicken Alley Art and Collectables Sale Weekend, August 15 to 17.

Chicken Alley Art Show

Chicken Alley is the place to be, rain or shine this weekend. The annual Art and Collectable Sale is preceded this year by a new event, the Needle Book Fashion Show Community Couture. Both events raise funds for Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.

Chicken Alley Art Sale

Chicken Alley Art Sale

Once again it is the time of summer for the Chicken Alley Arts and Collectibles Sale. This year’s sale will be held Sunday, August 19, from 1 to 5 p.m.

VV Harrison collectable

Saintly Discovery From Thrift Shop Sale

Every August I look forward to the Chicken Alley Sale at the Vineyard Haven Thrift Shop. For 10 years, Olga Hirshhorn has organized, supervised and advertised her pet Vineyard project and her hard work and imaginative impulses have been richly rewarded. The Chicken Alley Sale has made hundreds of thousands of dollars for Martha’s Vineyard Community Services and given hundreds of people a chance to snatch up a vast number of donated items, proving the theory once again, that one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.

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