Polly Hill Arboretum, our West Tisbury neighbor has appointed Selena Roman to the Board of Directors. A perfect addition to the Board, Selena not only lives within a stones throw of the Arboretum, and can often be seen enjoying its 70 plus acres, she has a keen interest in protecting the ponds and waterways and nature around West Tisbury.
The Iconic Lucy Vincent beach cliff pillar fell into the ocean last week during the night of May 1st 2020.
photo credit Alison Oestreicher
The wind and rain during the final days of April were just too much for her as she succumbed to the weather a week ago on friday night.
April 7th marks the birthday of William Wordsworth the 17th Century English romantic poet, who is known for his poem “I wandered Lonely As A Cloud”, perhaps better known as “The Daffodils”.
As the name suggests this inn and restaurant sits at the western end of Martha’s Vineyard, in the shadow of the famous Gay Head Lighthouse.
2020 UPDATE: Please check Ma.gov and local hospital websites for Covid 19 updates regarding travelling to the Vineyard this Thanksgiving - be safe, socially distance, wash your hands and please wear a mask when out in public places.
Here’s a little guide of things to do and what to expect when you come to Martha’s Vineyard for Thanksgiving (article first published 2019)
September on Martha’s Vineyard is a magical month and were all breathing again after the excitement of summer. Vineyarders love this month as the daytime temperatures hover between the mid 60s to 70s and evenings are much more comfortable than the sweltering July and August nights.
On Sept 17th 2018 at the new Ag Hall in West Tisbury, the Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard honored Vineyard legend Clarence A “Trip” Barnes as this year’s recipient of their Creative Living award.
Island treasure Barnes, noted as much for his fleet of large colorful moving trucks as well as his large colorful auctioneering skills received the award for his long history of community service to his beloved island home of Martha’s Vineyard.
At the Vineyard Haven library on Tuesday night, there was a good turn out of people to hear Donald Nelson talk about his book entitled "Chappaquiddick Tragedy, Kennedy's Second Passenger Revealed". The book gives his account and theory behind the controversial tragedy and subsequent cover up involving Senator Ted Kennedy, and the death of one of his campaign aids, Mary Jo Kopechne.