With Thanksgiving on the minds of many, members of the Wampanoag tribe spoke on a chilly Thursday evening to reflect on what to them is not a festive holiday.


The 2020 Thanksgiving holiday saw a reversal in travel habits to and from the Vineyard, with a higher proportion of off-Islanders coming, while an even higher percentage of Islanders decided to stay put.
Island churches, nonprofit organizations, Stop & Shop and countless volunteers teamed up to provide over 400 Thanksgiving meals to Vineyard families in need this past weekend.
Thanksgiving week is shaping up to be a busy one on the Vineyard, as visitors appear to be coming early and staying longer, advance booking data from the SSA shows.
Historian David Silverman and Wampanoag tribe member David Vanderhoop unpacked the true story of the first Thanksgiving in a conversation hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.


As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, two members of the Wampanoag Tribe held a gathering on Saturday entitled The Thanksgiving Myth Busted.