Events

Friday, December 4

Kripalu Flow Yoga Class

The West Tisbury Library will host an online all-levels Kripalu Flow Class led by Jason Mazar-Kelly (Yogijay). Classes will meet virtually through Zoom. This...

Fine Art & Rug Exhibition: A Gallery & Loominous Rugs

A Gallery Contemporary, Loominous Rug Gallery from Providence, RI, and guest independent artists collaborate for two consecutive three-day weekends...

Story Time Via Zoom

Pre-register. .Kristen will deliver books early in the week to read to the kids on Friday morning.

Island Made Holiday Gift Show

Featuring fifteen of your favorite Vineyard artisans.

Museum Exhibit: But…Such Is War

When he was 22 years old Steve Maxner was drafted into the Army and served as a medic in Vietnam from 1969-1970. After returning home, Mr. Maxner was...

Museum Exhibit: Making Change - Stories of Vineyard Activism

Every great national movement simultaneously rises from, and gives rise to, thousands of local actions. Despite its reputation as an insular world, distant...

Museum Exhibit: Votes for Women - An Island Perspective

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, the culmination of over seventy years of activism and advocacy that ended with...

Museum Exhibit: Wish You Were Here

Postcard enthusiast Jessica B. Harris has turned her connoisseur’s eye to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s collection of thousands of postcards. Selecting...

The Workshop Gallery Gift Shop

The working artists' studio and gallery space, The Workshop Gallery, is showcasing its artists Elysha Joy Metals, Wil Sideman, Trisha Ginter of Frock,...

Live Virtual Storytime

Join Elyce on the Edgartown Library Children’s Place Facebook page for story time. This storytime is geared toward preschool-aged children, but all are...

Ocean Jewelry Open Studio

Joan LeLacheur is having visitors by appointment in her studio and she will be selling an incredible variety of shell color and shapes, bracelets of quahaug...

Salt MV Holiday Pop-Up

Lots of new holiday gift items: 2021 letterpress calendar, brass oyster shell key chains, bandana, letterpress greeting cards, hand forged " Bowline" belt...

Balance: Chi Kung, Yoga & Breath

The West Tisbury Library will host an online Balance Series led by Kanta Lipsky. In this class, we will explore ways to strengthen our connection to the...

Holiday Gift Show

Celebrate the holiday season while supporting Island artists and Featherstone. The perfect holiday shopping destination with gifts for everyone (and...

Online Dance Class: Broadway Dance Through the Ages

Led by Hallie Brevetti. This is a beginner dance class that includes a short warm-up, a brief history of the musical of the day and a fun piece of...

Sit & Knit a Bit

Dedicated afternoon knitting/crocheting/quilting time to get the pre-Christmas projects moving forward.

Mank

1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish Citizen Kane.

Le Roux - Main Street Vineyard Haven

Main Street is being dusted with flurries of snow on Fridays and Saturdays this Decemeber. Get in the festive mood with glittering street lights and falling...

Crossland’s Oak Bluffs Christmas Display

Ocean Park light show and Christmas displays throughout town. Tune radio to 88.5 FM.

Legion Pumper Christmas Trees

Christmas trees will be for sale until they sell out. Masks required.

Stuff an Emergency Vehicle

Hosted by West Tisbury Police, Fire and Tri-Town Ambulance. We are looking for donations of non-perishable foods and winter coats.

Takeout Community Supper

Due to health and safety protocols for covid-19, Friday night dinners at Grace Church will be available as takeout for curbside pickup only. To request...

Magic the Gathering Game Night

Come play, or learn to play, with Island librarians and friends. Every Friday night we'll be on our Discord server ready to play, teach or talk Magic the...

Dear Santa

Dear Santa shines a light on the 100-year-old 'Operation Santa' Program of the United States Postal Service. Each year, hundreds of thousands of letters to...

Friday, December 4