Martha's Vineyard Calendar Events
Martha's Vineyard Calendar

Events

Sunday, September 18

Bass in the Grass MV

The Edgartown Board of Trade welcome the 5th annual Bass In the Grass fundraiser in honor of the Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass & Bluefish Derby. The...

Based on Dresser's Book: Ghosts of Martha's Vineyard

Author Thomas Dresser leads the intrigued with this curated, self-guided tour through the dark and mysterious streets of Edgartown. The tour explains...

Gate leading to Sculpture Trail

Created by artists Bill O'Callaghan and Heather Goff, the quarter-mile private trail meanders through a magical landscape populated with whimsical...

Discussion: Baseball, Barbecues and Belonging: Deepening our Connections in a Secular World

Led by with Reverend Janet Newton. As Western culture has become increasingly secular, the institutions we’d previously relied on to help us connect and...

Exhibit: Grow, As We Are

Guest curated by The Bureau. Black Americans have been a part of Martha’s Vineyard’s historical legacy long before the Island was made a stop on the...

Exhibit: Let's Dance! 50 Years of The Yard

In 1973, choreographer Patricia N. Nanon had an idea: a colony for performing artists, nestled in the hills of Chilmark, devoted to providing the time,...

Exhibit: The Art of William Blakesley

For more than 50 years, William Blakesly documented the everyday lives of Vineyarders and summer tourists through his sketches, drawings, and paintings. In...

Exhibit: They Planted the Seeds: Creating Jewish Community on Martha’s Vineyard

This exhibition traces the Jewish community on the Island from its beginnings just after 1900, through the formation of the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center...

Oak Bluffs Open Market

Enjoy Sundays in Oak Bluffs near the harbor by shopping for Island-grown produce, specialty foods, arts, crafts, handmade jewelry and vintage finds. ...

Vineyard Artisans Summer Festival

A Vineyard summer tradition and the only weekly juried art show where the public can meet over 70 artisans and buy directly from them. Many demonstrations,...

What Makes a Meal More Than a Meal? with Joan Nathan

Celebrated cookbook author and food historian Joan Nathan will explore the intersection of food and community, paying special attention to Jewish food on...

MVBLM Logo

MVBLM Weekly Sunday Vigil Please join MVBLM every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for a vigil honoring Black and Indigenous people harmed by police and/or the criminal...

Maya and Leo Meet!

Walking with alpaca is a way to learn more about how gentle they truly are. A wonderful experience for all ages. Every participant will learn the basics of...

Exhibit: Arrivals, Christie Scheele Solo Show

Louisa Gould says “Christie’s paintings are meditative and contemplative gems for your wall. Christie creates a soft-landing place for the viewer to breath,...

Exhibit: Celebrating the Sea

Living on an Island we have to respect and admire for the water world around us. This has given great inspiration to the many artists who will be presenting...

Exhibit: Season in Review

Featuring collages by Ekua Holmes; oils by Magi Leland; drone photographs by Robin Gottesman; collages by Bricque Garber; collages reflecting a concern about...

Exhibit: Small Works Show

New small works by gallery artists under $1,000: Ann Mallory, Doug Henry, Timothy Gillespie, Donna Blackburn, Suzanne Hill, Ann Rohzon, Rebecca Everett and...

Exhibit: Summer by the Sea Show

New works by Gallery Artists: Paul Beebe, Peter Batchelder, Wooley Dutton, Rick Fleury, Kate Huntington, Larry Johnston, Sean Roach, Jack Yuen and David...

Ruel Gallery

The Ruel Gallery is open for its third season featuring paintings by Colin Ruel. New this season: his one of a kind oyster knives! Also featured is Nettie...

Second Annual Blazing Bags Tournament

The 2nd Annual Blazing Bags Cornhole tournament supports the Tisbury Firemen's Falling Fire Fighter Fund and the Richie Madeiras Charitable Foundation. This...

Exhibit: Buncha Hells

Winter Street Gallery presents Buncha Hells, a site-responsive installation by New York-based artist Gregory Kalliche. Featuring a single-channel video...

Exhibit: Paintings by Beth Parker

During the month of September, the West Tisbury Public Library presents an exhibit of paintings by Beth Parker. The works are acrylic paint and sealed pastel...

Exhibit: William Blakesley Retrospective

Curated by Barb Blakesley. William Blakesley (1921-2012) grew up in Ohio with a penchant for art. During first grade, a teacher recognized his potential and...

Exhibit: Alison Shaw Gallery

Fine art prints of Alison's photographs -- new works and old favorites -- are on view in the gallery located in the Oak Bluffs Arts District.

Indigo Vat Natural Dye Class

Bring something to dye indigo blue for our natural dyes weekly workshop! We will have some white goods for sale. Just watching is fine too!

Maya and Leo Meet!

Walking with alpaca is a way to learn more about how gentle they truly are. A wonderful experience for all ages. Every participant will learn the basics of...

Exhibit: Eleanor Hubbard

Open during MV Film Center hours, this exhibit showcases the work of Eleanor Hubbard. Eleanor Hubbard received an AAS from Bennett College in Millbrook,...

Sundays in the Park Concerts

Made possible by the Oak Bluffs Park Department.

Live Music: Holy Rock and Roll Revival

Brothers Sean and Griffin McMahon provide music and comic relief at this feel-good performance.

Sunday, September 18