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Island Time, March 26-28: Virtual Vineyard

March 26, 2020

The Vineyard Gazette calendar now includes online events. To that end, we’re sending you a different kind of Island Time this week. Instead of suggesting things to do out and about on Martha’s Vineyard, we’re encouraging everyone to stay at home and enjoy the many Island activities you can find online. We’re updating the Complete […]

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Island Time, March 19-22: Staying in the Loop

March 19, 2020

Greetings MVOL visitors and Island Time readers. With the country under a state of emergency, most public events on Martha’s Vineyard have been cancelled or postponed, so we can’t bring you our usual content today. (We are, however, bringing you baby lambs to brighten your day.) There are many ways you can still keep abreast […]

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Island Time, March 12-15: Irish Isle

March 12, 2020

With St. Patrick’s Day so near, the luck of the Irish is abroad on Martha’s Vineyard this weekend. Look for leprechauns at the wee parade in Edgartown, watch for emerald mosses on an arboretum tour and keep your eye out for rainbows as you visit an Island lighthouse. We have many more great ideas listed […]

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Island Time, March 5-8: Spring Ahead!

March 5, 2020

We set our clocks ahead this weekend and the equinox is less than two weeks away. But on Martha’s Vineyard, spring is already stirring. Crocus and daffodil buds are peeking out of the soil, the red-winged blackbirds are back and all the songbirds are making music in the trees. Humans, too, are making music, along […]

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Island Time, Feb. 27-March 1: A Rare Leap Weekend

February 27, 2020

Feb. 29 comes just once every four years—but it hasn’t arrived on a Saturday since 1992, and won’t again until 2048. A weekend this rare deserves celebration, and Martha’s Vineyard offers plenty of ways to make it a memorable one. We’ve picked a few events and activities to consider over the next few days, and […]

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Island Time, Feb. 20-23: Wide-Open Weekend

February 21, 2020

School vacation starts Friday for Martha’s Vineyard families, many of whom will be heading off-Island as soon as they can get all the kids in the car. For the rest of us, it’s a wide-open Vineyard weekend with plenty to do by day and night. Here are a few suggestions for the days to come, […]

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Island Time, February 13-16: Romance & Revelry

February 13, 2020

When Valentine’s Day falls on the eve of a three-day weekend, there’s no better place to be than Martha’s Vineyard. The Island is full of romantic concerts, special meals and events both indoors and out. There’s even an over-21 prom on Saturday night! We’ve picked a few weekend activities for your consideration, and you can […]

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Island Time, February 6-9: Is this really February?

February 6, 2020

February on Martha’s Vineyard used to be, well, dull. Not anymore! This month, the Island is bustling with activity — nature hikes, pop-up dining, live music, fast-moving sports and much more. We’ve picked a few upcoming events to recommend for you, and remember you can find everything that’s happening in the Complete Martha’s Vineyard Calendar. […]

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Island Time, January 22-25: A Packed Weekend

January 23, 2020

Here comes another Martha’s Vineyard weekend full of interesting, entertaining, thought-provoking and just plain fun things to do on the Island: community meals, book talks, classes and lots of music. Here are a few suggestions for the next few days, and you can find everything that’s happening all week long by visiting the Complete Martha’s […]

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Island Time, January 16-19: Time to Remember

January 17, 2020

Monday’s holiday honors civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s a day designed to celebrate his legacy with activities that serve the community, and provides the first three-day weekend of the year. Several churches are planning special musical and other tributes, and there are plenty of opportunities this weekend for both service and […]

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