Events

Thursday, January 21

Featuring Annette Sandrock, B&W photography; Beth Parker, paintings; and Darcie Lee Hanaway, paintings.

Come to the Children’s Room pickup window to grab an activity bag to do at home. Crafts will change weekly, and kits are appropriate for children of all...

Basia Jaworska parents’ stories of fighting Fascism in Europe during WWII raised her consciousness as a young girl. They always said, “Never take your...

“Imagine a time when the Americas were being taken, pirates were active the world over, Europe was collecting curiosities of the 'other,' nature was being...

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

Join Kim and other parents and care givers for Baby's First Year in the Fanny Blair buidling at the Family Center. Pre-register.

Pick up your craft kit at the Library any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday in January to make either a penguin or mason jar candle holder.

Pick up your craft kit outside on the front porch. Jan. 7 - Mittens Jan. 14 - Hot coca Jan. 21 - Bead snowflakes Jan. 28 - Snow globe

Come enjoy a lively discussion in a casual atmosphere. Monthly book selections are available on line with your kindle as well as in paper form via request....

With the atmosphere of a noir thriller, Jennifer Egan's first historical novel is a world populated by gangsters, sailors, divers, bankers and union men....

Join us on Zoom for a community book discussion on Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari.

Miss Shannon will start class with some singing and stretching, basic ballet technique and creative movement games/exercises. There will be a focus on...

Join Katherine Reid for Virtual Stars on Zoom. Virtual Stars is an inclusive, once-a-week after school program held on Tuesdays (Grades 3, 4 & 5) and and on...

Join local author Jean Stone and library director Lisa Sherman for a lively virtual discussion on the novel that's currently on every Best Books of 2020...

With Some Kind of Heaven, first-time feature director Lance Oppenheim cracks the manicured facade of The Villages, America’s largest retirement community – a...

Cook (virtually) side by side Jan Buhrman in her January Soup Series. Each week learn new soup recipes and acess recordings of each class to refer back to....

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Print by Carla Walkis

Join instructor Lucia Hayman (she/her) twice weekly for Yoga for Essential workers. Specifically geared towards folks with demanding, in-person jobs that...

Our monthly cooking series continues with chef Christopher Look creating delicious dishes live from his own kitchen. A professional chef for almost twenty...

Khaydroup will answer questions about meditation practice. Feel free to join with or without questions.

With Khaydroup. We will be following the same format as when we all come together to meditate in person. There will be 3 fifteen minute sessions, with the...

Join the MV Modern Quilter’s Guild online. This group is always open to new members. Meets on Zoom.

Hosted by PathwaysARTS, with Vineyard FutureWorks. Learn about innovative programs across Martha's Vineyard and how you can participate and contribute,...

A virtual gathering for survivors of pregnancy loss or still birth. Support, connection and healing for families in our community.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered today as an American hero: a bridge-builder, a shrewd political tactician and a moral leader. Yet throughout his...

Thursday, January 21