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Island Time, January 14-27: Lighter and Brighter

January 14, 2021

We’re already halfway through January, days are getting longer (and lighter!), and spending time outdoors on the Vineyard is a winter balm. Take a guided hike or just explore on your own. Or stay curled up inside by the fire and enjoy virtual Island Bingo or a virtual concert. For more activities, check out The […]

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An Important Message to Our Visitors

January 14, 2021

Dear Friends, Martha’s Vineyard is best known as a summer destination, but winter is a peaceful and quiet time to visit the Island. Miles of open beaches and trails beckon with few crowds, and charming historic downtowns offer shopping, dining options, and sightseeing. Whether you’re planning a day trip, a romantic weekend getaway, or a […]

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The Island Guide is A Love Letter to Martha’s Vineyard

January 1, 2021

Martha’s Vineyard Magazine has published the 2020 Martha’s Vineyard Island Guide, a glossy 128-page homage to the best the Island has to offer. Mostly compiled before the coronavirus emergency, the third annual issue of the Island Guide offers best bets and insights into places to go and things to do on the Vineyard, some of […]

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Island Time, Dec. 31 to Jan. 5: Goodbye and Hello

December 31, 2020

A year like no other is drawing to a close at last. Whew! How will you say so long to 2020 and hello to 2021? We checked the The Complete Martha’s Vineyard Calendar for some appealing ways to ring out the old and get busy enjoying the new. Happy New Year!   Make a Wish […]

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Island Time, Dec. 24-30: Up on the Rooftop

December 24, 2020

Welcome to Christmas weekend on Martha’s Vineyard, a time to be merry and bright. After all, nothing’s stopping Santa! Mask up and head out for some last-minute shopping, then charge up your devices for virtual and outdoor Christmas church services, radio drama and a Minnesingers concert. The Complete Martha’s Vineyard Calendar has all the services, […]

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Holiday Shopping Spree: A Guide to Going Local

December 22, 2020

The lights are on in Ocean Park and that means the holiday season has officially begun! This year, we think it’s even more important to shop locally and support our retail businesses and artisans. And we’re happy to provide some shopping guidance to help your efforts. If you’re hopping over to Oak Bluffs to see […]

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Island Time, Dec. 17-23: Let it Snow!

December 17, 2020

With Christmas Eve just a week away, there’s still time to fill out your gift list with local purchases at Island shops and pop-ups. Finished with shopping, or just need a break? Take in a movie, enjoy a filmed concert or explore the museum. Check out our tips for the days ahead, and find more […]

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Island Time, Dec. 10-16: Feeling Festive

December 10, 2020

This weekend it’s all about the lights and the trees. Hanukkah starts tonight. (Need latkes?) Christmas trees are on sale as long as they last at the American Legion Post in Tisbury and selling out fast at Island nurseries (get yours soon!). The Edgartown Lighthouse will be littomorrow night at 5:30 p.m. and Christmas in […]

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The Lights Are On: Island Time, Dec. 3-9

December 4, 2020

Martha’s Vineyard is giving the holiday season some extra love this year, with new decorations popping up alongside the beloved annual Christmas light displays. Even spots that are usually quiet in December, like Edgartown’s Dock street, are getting into the festive spirit with trees, lights and pop-up sales, while Vineyard Haven is making snow fall […]

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Island Time, Nov. 27 to Dec. 2: Holiday Island

November 27, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving! Today on Martha’s Vineyard, you can take a horse-drawn carriage ride, check out holiday gift shows and retail sales and get ready for a festive weekend of outings and shopping. Find everything that’s happening this holiday season in the Complete Martha’s Vineyard Calendar.   Jingle Through Edgartown Exploring Edgartown by horse and buggy […]

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