Vineyard Trust

Flying Horses Grounded for 2020

The Flying Horses carousel in Oak Bluffs will remain closed this season, to protect the historic carved horses from sanitizer damage.

Vineyard Trust Launches Landmarks Campaign

The Vineyard Trust's new 20 Landmarks in 2020 campaign seeks to replace the funds that would have been raised at its summer events.

Carnegie Art Show Gathers Small Works for Great Gifts

This year’s Gifts of Art show and sale at the Carnegie in Edgartown opened Thursday with a reception for 10 local painters whose smaller-scale works are sized and priced for gift-giving.

Preserving Our Heritage

The Vineyard has always been a place of community and inclusiveness, where open dialogue, democratic ideals and respect for others' opinions, even when we don't agree with them, have been valued.

Carnegie Reopens as Living Landmark

In a ceremony well attended by donors, volunteers and curious Islanders, the Vineyard Trust dedicated and opened the Carnegie Saturday morning.

Vineyard Trust Presents The Carnegie, a Must-See Museum

The Carnegie, the newly rebranded name for the old Carnegie Library on North Water street in Edgartown, is set for a grand reopening next month.

Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust Becomes Vineyard Trust

The Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust will now be known as Vineyard Trust.

Flying Horses Are Rooted in the Past, Galloping into the Future

The carousel opens for its 142nd consecutive season on Saturday, April 15, when the Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust will unveil panels newly refurbished by artist Margot Datz.

Preservation Trust Welcomes New Steward for Island Landmarks

When Funi Burdick arrived earlier this year to take over as director of Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust, she was struck by what she calls an unparalleled sense of community.

Preservation Trust Names New Executive Director

Funi Burdick, who heads a national landmark Shaker village in New Hampshire, will take the helm at the Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust.

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