Guest Post: Helen DeBlase on CRASH AND BURN

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Crash and Burn by Lisa Gardner ~ a Review by Helen DeBlase Ms. Gardner usually writes an intriguing plot that leaves you guessing up to the last chapter and her latest book doesn’t disappoint. It opens with a one-car accident… Read More

An Evening with Geraldine Brooks

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This event has been SOLD OUT. Author and West Tisbury resident, Geraldine Brooks will participate in a Speakeasy Series on Wednesday, April 8th at State Road Restaurant to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation. Brooks will provide a… Read More

Guest Post: chrisd on Mysteries and Food

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Our esteemed director, Beth, suggested that I write and post on the WTLIB website my comments/reviews about mystery books. (I have added the ‘food’ category). I have been an ardent reader of mysteries for many years and look… Read More

Museum Passes

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The West Tisbury Library now offers museum passes to holders of a West Tisbury CLAMS cards. These passes are made available through the generosity of the Friends of the West Tisbury Library. Returnable passes are due one week… Read More

Jazz This Sunday!

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This Sunday, Jan 25th at 4:00 PM: Pianist Jeremy Berlin and guitarist Eric T. Johnson will perform jazz standards, originals, and lesser known gems. This event is free and open to the public!

GOODREADS BEST BOOKS OF 2014

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The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2014

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The year’s best books, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. Illustrations by Nicholas Blechman and Christoph Niemann

Music on Martha’s Vineyard A History of Harmony by Thomas Dresser & Jerold Muskin

FAN OGILVIE TO LEAD SERIES OF POETRY DISCUSSIONS

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Three Tuesday afternoons in January (1/13, 1/20 and 1/27) from 2pm to 3:30pm, poet Fan Ogilvie will be leading a series of discussions on the theme of “How Poetry Does What It Does” at the West Tisbury Library…. Read More

FOR THE LOVE OF ART! 9 Women: 15 Years

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 at 5pm CK Wolfson will talk about her book Painting a Life, Ray Ellis, A Painter Seen through His Work (Compass Publishing 2014). Both events free & open to the public. Refreshments served.