Saturday, March 23, 2013
What's happening on Martha's Vineyard today? How about an early Easter egg hunt in Oak Bluffs, crafting at the library, a reception for high school artists, tech assistance for seniors and another in the ongoing Family Dance-O-Rama series? All free.
Snow, begone: We can expect a sunny, breezy day with a high around 43 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. So let's get out and enjoy some free activities today: For more activities today and tomorrow, please see our Martha's Vineyard Weekend Guide: March 22-24, 2013. Are your Martha's Vineyard events posted in our calendar? Don't miss the chance to reach thousands of readers on our home page and through our daily newsletter: List your events for free at marthasvineyard.patch.com/events/new. You can even login via Facebook. Stay Patched in! Follow Martha's Vineyard Patch on Twitter | Like Martha's Vineyard Patch on Facebook | Sign up for the daily email with links to the latest news | Got something to say? Start a blog and …
Monday, March 4, 2013
Let us march forth together: Here's what's up the first Monday of this month on Martha's Vineyard.
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Friday, July 20, 2012
Did you chase a seagull from a perch? Did you make a souvenir from a shell? Did you see a lobster buoy? Those are all questions from Geraldine Moriarty's "FUNHUNTERS Scavenger Hunt."
A couple days ago, Geraldine Moriarty gave me the idea to write an article about a scavenger hunt that she made for families who are looking for someting to do on the Island. No matter if you live here year-round or are just up for a vacation, there are days when it is hard to find something to do. Moriarty came up with the FUNHUNTERS Scavenger Hunt to keep kids occupied when they get bored of going to the beach. Moriarty explains that there are 59 things to see, smell, and discover on the Island. "As a former elementary principal on the Vineyard, it was important to me that the Scavenger Hunt be educational. It is open-ended, portable and family friendly. It can be used for a day, week, month or summer in any town, on any beach or bike …
Monday, May 30, 2011
From sports to arts and everything in between, there's no shortage of camp offerings to keep the kids busy this summer.
With so many amazing summer camp opportunities on one little island, it can be overwhelming or confusing to choose which is the best fit for your little ones. Fear not, Patch has done its homework to bring you this 2011 Island summer camp round-up. Whether its sports, sailing or acting, we've got a summer camp for every kid. ARROWHEAD FARM Giddy up! If your child is one of the many in love with horses and horseback riding, Arrowhead Farm offers one of the most established riding camps on the Island. Now in its 26th year, the 2011 Arrowhead Summer Pony Camp begins June 20 and continues through the end of August. One- or two-week-long sessions, which take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., are available. Summer Pony Camp is good for beginners, …