An arrow and a butterfly peek out of the grass at Polly Hill Arboretum. Follow that arrow, and you will come across the beginning of a story about a young girl and a flock of butterflies. And as visitors follow the arrows on the tour through the arboretum the story unfolds complete with sculptures depicting different characters.
The Island Autism Group (IAG) is building momentum this summer before the school year begins. The organization is getting ready for its eighth annual tea at the Dr. Daniel Fisher House in Edgartown on Wednesday, July 30, from 3 to 5 p.m.
The 18-acre north shore Chilmark property was gifted to the Trustees of Reservations this summer through an estate of the Harris family. The conservation group plans to open the property to the public next year.