Aquinnah Town Column: April 14
June Manning
Spring time! The temperature has been in the 50s and 60s this week. Forsythia is in full bloom as are the daffodils.
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Aquinnah Town Column: April 7
June Manning
Spring has sprung — the pinkletinks arrived along Lighthouse Road on Monday evening.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Feb. 10
June Manning
Another northeaster is predicted for Thursday.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Dec. 23
June Manning
The arctic air arrived on Friday with wind chill factor temperature of minus seven degrees and seventy mile per hour winds.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Nov. 18
June Manning
My friend Herbert Ward would like to remind everyone that the Federated Church in Edgartown, will hold its seventh annual Festival of Wreaths on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Oct. 28
June Manning
The Harvest moon certainly created very high tides across the Vineyard over the past week.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Sept. 27
June Manning

The weather has been absolutely ideal all week, allowing for all the outdoor activities one did not get to over the busy summer. The fish are not as abundant as usual and perhaps it is due to the warmth of the water but they are still biting. The birds are lingering and not migrating south just yet.

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Aquinnah Town Column: Sept. 20
June Manning
We thoroughly enjoyed the warmth of the weather over the past week. However, by Wednesday morning it was nearly freezing. Fireplaces are already burning the remnants of last year’s woodpile, summer clothing is heading for winter storage, parking spaces are more abundant, lines in the stores are less long, and you finally have time to actually have a conversation with your family and friends whom you have missed over the summer. The goldenrod is abundant, beach plums were nonexistent this year, yet there will still be a few good beach days left to enjoy.
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Aquinnah Town Column: Sept. 13
June Manning
Jannette Vanderhoop will be the presenter at the Aquinnah Cultural Center today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Vanderhoop Homestead. There will be a $10 craft fee as you learn how to create a sailor’s valentine and as you listen and learn about Wampanoag whaling. On Saturday, Jason Mancini of Connecticut College and the Mashantucket Research Center, will present a lecture titled Preserved on the Mighty Waters. Admission is $7. It’s all part of the whaling exhibit.
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June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

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