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    Martha’s Vineyard celebrates sixth annual wind festival in Oak Bluffs

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      The Martha's Vineyard Wind Festival kicked off its sixth annual celebration in Oak Bluffs on Saturday September 10. People congregated on Ocean Park and filled the skies with kites of all kinds, including a 30-foot...

    Chocolate flows from the Featherstone fountain this weekend

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    If you think there's such a thing as too much of a good thing, then the upcoming Art of Chocolate Festival might not be your thing. But if you're less puritanical of mind and...

    Morning Glory Farm puts on its annual pumpkin festival

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    Morning Glory Farm in Edgartown will hold its annual Pumpkin Festival this Saturday, Oct. 15, starting at 11 am. The day will be packed with free games and activities for the family, such as...

    How to Spend Halloween on Martha’s Vineyard

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    Halloween preparation is in full swing all across the Island. From pumpkins and scarecrows, to cornstalks and hay bales, Martha's Vineyard is eagerly awaiting the scariest holiday of the year. Some may say our quaint New...

    The Gatchell family lights up the night

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    Rob and Lynn Gatchell of Oak Bluffs have been in the business of spreading Christmas cheer for many years, and they’re back at it again this holiday season. For the 38th year, they have...

    Winter Solstice Happenings

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    On the longest night of the year there is plenty going on both in the stars above our heads and here on the Island. We found some events that will help pass the extra...

    Take a virtual tour of Cedar Tree Neck

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    “People love to see pictures of summer in winter. Especially when it’s cold out,” Adam Moore, executive director of Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, said. That’s just one of the reasons the foundation is repeating its...

    Shamrocks and shillelaghs: St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

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    St. Patrick’s Day is Friday, March 17, and Islanders, Irish and otherwise, will celebrate with a parade, dancing, eating of corned beef, and general imbibing, with a hefty dose of blarney thrown in. The...

    The FARM Institute has little lambs

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    Join the FARM Institute this week as they welcome the newest addition to their nursery — newborn lambs! For the safety and well-being of the animals, the nursery will be open to the public...

    Shakespeare for the Masses presents ‘Romeo and Juliet’

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    Which four art thou Juliet? That's the question audiences will be confronted by in the upcoming production of “Romeo and Juliet” by the popular Shakespeare for the Masses (S for the M), a comedic...