On Saturday, 100 years after the publication of Ulysses, the spirit of Joyce’s seminal work returned for the annual Bloomsday Celebration in West Tisbury.
The Island's annual Bloomsday Festival, celebrating the writings of James Joyce, returns this Saturday to a new location: the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury.


The Vineyard has hosted a Bloomsday celebration since 1979, thanks to organizer John Crelan and the Arts & Society group. June 16, 1904, is the day James Joyce’s masterwork Ulysses takes place.


Exactly 114 years after Leopold Bloom walked around Dublin in James Joyce’s Ulysses, the author was honored at the 40th Vineyard Bloomsday celebration.


The words and spirit of James Joyce will come alive again in Vineyard Haven as Arts and Society presents the 39th annual Bloomsday celebration.


More than 70 years after his death, James Joyce once again stole the show. For a single night, the Island brought back to life the man and his work.