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    Art of creating

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    No matter the time of year, Featherstone Center for the Arts is always hopping. When speaking to executive director Ann Smith about the spring season, she shares, “Featherstone has scheduled so many creative offerings...

    Don’t Miss Events: March – May 2024

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      Art and Exhibits Featherstone Center for the Arts, Oak Bluffs Spark your creativity this spring at the beautiful Featherstone campus, which offers a variety of classes and workshops in ceramics, drawing, fiber arts, jewelry making, literary...

    Music in the air

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    Spring is in the air, and so are the dulcet sounds of music being played on the Vineyard. There is an eclectic mix and something for everyone. Try the Ukulele Jam on alternate Thursdays, March...

    Horse sense

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    Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center is one of the Vineyard’s treasures, beloved by visitors and Islanders alike. Ten horses pasture on an bucolic property of 20 acres, which sports a spacious indoor arena, comfy...

    On the big screen

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    If you’re yearning for a good flick, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center offers a wealth of choices year-round, annually screening more than 200 feature and short films to more than 60,000 patrons every year....

    History hunting

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    The Martha’s Vineyard Museum, our treasure up on the hill in Vineyard Haven, just a 10-minute walk from the Steamship Authority, offers plenty to see and do during the spring season. If you want to...

    Don’t Miss Events: Oct. – Dec. 2023

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    Local Markets West Tisbury Farmers Market, Agricultural Hall The Island’s oldest and largest farmers market features locally grown, seasonal produce, as well as homemade bread, savory condiments, fresh honey, homemade jams, beautiful flowers, artisan chocolates, sweet...

    Off-season at Island libraries

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    Libraries are like longtime loyal friends — welcoming, fun, and reliable. They so rarely let you down. In fact, if you’re looking for things to do off-season, Island libraries got you covered. Here are...

    Film, opera, and theater — all in one place

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    Labor Day may be behind us, the air is cooler, and the sun is going down earlier, but that doesn’t mean the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center is going into hibernation. Richard Paradise, founder/executive director of...

    They’re hooked

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    Down on a popular stretch of West Chop Beach, on the final day of the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby last year, four women cast their lures out toward a pair of...