Nancy Gardella

Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 9
All our kids come home!
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 2
As in last year's Covid restrictions, there will not be an official Fourth of July parade or fireworks this year.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 25
American Legion Post 257 has brought back their famous lobster roll and clam chowder dinners. The menu is available very Tuesday night through August at the Legion post on Martin Road. Eat in or take out between 4:30 and 7 pm.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 18
Last year, Juneteenth was declared a Massachusetts state holiday. This will be our second year celebrating a most memorable day in our history as an official holiday.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 11
First Fridays are back in Vineyard Haven. On the first Friday of every month you may stroll, shop, eat, visit our art galleries and hear music downtown.
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Town Column: Vineyard Haven

Vineyard Haven Town Column: May 28
Please don’t say “Happy Memorial Day.” It is a weekend for reflection and thanks for our service men and women who have lost their lives in service to us.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: May 21
Time to talk baseball.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: May 14
You know there is nothing I like better than a writing contest.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: April 30
Covid strikes again. The famous annual Island Cup, a football trophy fought over by our Vineyarders against the Nantucket Whalers, has been cancelled this year. Next year’s rivalry will be much anticipated.
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