Koren Allyn Boyd and Jesse James Smith of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Kathryn Allyn Smith, born on July 22 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Ken Ludwig’s adaptation of The Three Musketeers arrives outdoors to the Tisbury Amphitheatre, State Road, Vineyard Haven, beginning July 24 and running through August 9 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 5 p.m. Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse presents this fast-paced swashbuckler filled with comedy, political intrigue and a little romance.
Lama Yeshe returns to Bodhi Path of Martha’s Vineyard for Summer 2014 teachings, through Sept. 21. The topic of this summer’s teachings is Tools For Enlightenment. The teachings are Sundays at 10 to 11:15 a.m.
Badfish, the most successful Sublime tribute band around, will bring the noise to Dreamland in Oak Bluffs on July 31.
The play Spring Awakening follows teenagers in late 19th-century Germany struggling with their own curiosity, sexuality and culture. Although the play is set over 100 years ago, people of all ages empathize with the feelings and experiences of the characters.
The animal shelter wishes to once again express thanks to Elliot, the little girl who donated the proceeds of her jewelry making enterprise to the shelter.
Thatcher Brown of Oak Bluffs and Greyson Bowker of Edgartown, both graduates of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, plan to wed in the fall of 2015.
Violet M. Cleveland Waters died peacefully with family at her side on Friday, July 18, after a long and hard-fought battle, suffering from two major strokes a number of years ago. She was 85.
I had to go off-Island for two days and found myself in Falmouth with no return reservation. I easily found a parking spot on Main street, went into several fashionable shops, bought some plastic lobsters and a new wardrobe that says Cape Cod.