The Week Ahead: Friday, June 24 through Thursday, June 30, 2016

The Week Ahead: Friday, June 24 through Thursday, June 30, 2016

June 23, 2016

250px-Cape_poge_light_ttorThe month of June wraps up in the coming week with lots of great events covering a gamut of interests from Native American culture to exciting fundraising events and on to offer music, gallery openings and more.  Included below are just a handful of fun ideas…so be sure to visit our Calendar of Events to view all that’s going on in the Week Ahead!

Friday, June 24
Blooming Bids for Kids
The Field Gallery hosts this beautiful garden-centric backdrop for silent and live auctions benefiting Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands.

Saturday, June 25
“Visit of the Little People” – Doll Exhibit Opening
“Visit of the Little People” is an exhibit of hand-made dolls by several Wampanoag artists, from the Aquinnah and Mashpee communities. The dolls are dressed in traditional clothing.

Summer Openings at the Eisenhauer Gallery
“Dive In” – Group Show featuring Debbie Miller, Robert Roth, Paul Norwood, T.S. Harris and Fred Calleri. Music by The Dukes of Circuit Avenue.

Sunday, June 26
Bee and Bug Appreciation Festival
Fun for the whole family:  Native Earth Teaching Farm hosts this event at the West Tisbury Agricultural Hall.  Join us for music, crafts, a kid’s parade and cooking demos.

Monday, June 27
PeaceQuilts Exhibit & Sale
View this stunning exhibit/sale of Haitian art, jewelry and artisan-made products. Event takes place at  The Grange Hall  in West Tisbury from 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, June 28
Edgartown Walking Tour
To fully appreciate Edgartown, it needs to be explored by foot. Our knowledgeable guide will lead you down narrow brick paths, through Edgartown’s past and into modern times.

Wednesday, June 29
Symphony on the Vineyard
Cape Symphony performs the best of Broadway to Hollywood and patriotic favorites at the Tabernacle. Jung Ho Pak conductor; Siren Mayhew and Fred Inkley guest artists.

Thursday, June 30
Explore the FARM by foot with a guided tour. Ever wondered how many eggs a chicken lays a day? What our cows eat?


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