Jul 27, 2019 10:00 AM

Kids! Come make the BIGGEST bubbles of your lives -- FREE -- with GRANDPOP BUBBLES™! The Chapel Church (www.thechapelchurch.com) will sponsor GRANDPOP BUBBLES™ and his amazing "Bubble Festival," all the way from Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. .............................. ~~ Bounce Houses ~~ Games ~~ Special appearance by “Ramses” the official UNC mascot ~~ Food Trucks ~~ Baconessence ~~ Maple View Ice cream ~~ Live Music ~~ Face painting .......................... Grandpop Bubbles will bring his bubble wands, poles, basins, buckets, and 90 Gallons of SPECIAL BUBBLE JUICE for as many as possible to enjoy bubbling with #GPOPB. You'll share Grandpop Bubbles' bubble juice and 4' bubble wands and his 3' bubble "Tristrings" (two sticks and strings) to make bubbles. He guarantees that you will make the BIGGEST bubbles of your life -- whatever your age. All will be amazed by the giant bubbles from Grandpop Bubbles' 10', 16’, and now 20’ poles. Bubbles can be 10', 20', 30', and even longer! Some adults may want to try. ..................... There will be so many things for the kids and kids-at-heart to do... ~~ Make BUBBLES and BUBBLE RAINBOWS! ~~ Try to escape the GHOST OF BLOB. ~~ Run away from Bubble GHOSTS, DRAGONS, WHALES, and DINOSAURS! ~~ Pop all the cars of a BUBBLE TRAIN if you can reach them! ~~ Hit the floor with DANCING BUBBLES! ~~ Rain goes through my bubbles, so I will be there unless co-sponsor must cancel event. ~~ Weather forecasts won't tell you, but Grandpop Bubbles predicts that the weather phenomenon he calls the BUBBLE BLIZZARD may occur... (about every half hour). Poppers will freak out! ----------------- Parents will supervise their kids as they make bubbles and bring goggles if desired. Bubble at your own risk. A few KINDNESSES are in order, so teach your children the following before coming and while bubbling... 1. BORROW wands and tristrings and SHARE when the time comes... Children are welcome to bring their wands and blowers or use Grandpop Bubbles' wands and tristrings. 2. Teach kids to RESIST the temptation to STIR the mix. Stirring makes lots of FROTH. FROTH in the mix is BAD for bubbles. Rather, just press the wand to the bottom of the bucket and slide out slowly, sideways is best. 3. We like "POPPERS," but when someone asks you to NOT pop their bubbles, please respect that. Grandpop Bubbles will make enough bubbles for everyone to pop. Only pop bubbles with FINGERS or NOSES. No swinging or throwing stuff, OK? (if we do not follow that request it gets crazy.) 4. You might consider letting the really GIANT Bubbles Live, to enjoy the way they shape-shift. (a.) - If the bubble is smaller than you then go ahead and POP IT! (b.) - If it is bigger than you, then you might want to LET IT LIVE so people can admire the beauty! (c.) - Then, instead of popping the giant bubbles, try to get under them, then BLOW PUFFS of air into them to make little bubbles inside the big bubbles. It's more fun than popping and it lets the giant bubbles live longer so we can enjoy their shapes and colors. 5. RESPECT the equipment you borrow, please. Keep in the area and do not carry while popping any bubbles. Never leave the wands or tristrings on the ground where they get broken and dirty, but return to the cart or bucket home or hand them to a volunteer. ------------------------------------ Grandpop Bubbles enjoys bubbling after a rain or in a drizzle -- perfect conditions: bigger bubbles, and more colorful! Bubbling will go on if at all possible, however, Chapel Hill Baptist will be calling the shots concerning weather. ------------------------------------ Bubbly regards, Pastor Brandon Joyner, [email protected] and Brian Maloney, [email protected] www.facebook.com/GrandpopBubbles Bubble Hotline: 929-BUBBLE-ME (929-282-2536)

Jul 27, 2019 8:30 AM

Retirement Planning from Social Security to tax savings hosted at Extraordinary Ventures by the National Society of Financial Educators.

Jul 27, 2019 2:00 PM

Girls Rock NC Summer Showcase!

Jul 16, 2019 6:00 PM

Scott Rutter of Sphere, the host of Clayton Networking powered by Rockstar Connect, invite you to an evening of Rockstar Connect networking at Rush Hour Karting on Tuesday, July 16, 6 PM to 8 PM. Starting at 5:30 PM, there will be half-price karting until 7 PM. Have some fun then be ready to meet your next opportunity.  This is a mix-and-mingle, after-hours business networking event and all may attend. Unlike other evening networking events, admission to the networking event is free of charge, Bring your old friends, make new friends and create your next meaningful business connection. Rush Hour Karting is providing complimentary finger foods on a first come first served basis as well as the free event space. Attendees are encouraged to reciprocate the venue’s generosity by making a beverage purchase and by tipping their servers. It is the Rockstar thing to do. Feel free to come early for karting, or stay after for drinks and to watch the karting league practice.   Rockstar Connect events are held in hundreds of cities around the United States and Canada and hundreds of thousands of networkers attend Rockstar Connect events every year. Our hosts believe that you have to give in order to get, which is why they organize this monthly event to support their local business community. Direct all questions to Rockstar Connect: 1 (800) 205-2327. Rockstar Connecthttps://www.rockstarconnect.com/ All attendees are welcome, either living in or visiting the Greater Clayton, North Carolina area: Garner, NC, Smithfield, NC, Raleigh, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Cary, NC, Holly Springs, NC, Apex, NC, Wake Forest, NC, Dunn, NC, Wilson, NC, Goldsboro, NC, Durham, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Carrboro, NC, Sanford, NC, Rollingwood, NC, Starmont, NC, Walden, NC, Country Estates, NC, Brigadoon, NC, Powhatan, NC, Legend Hills, NC, Archers Lodge, NC, Village of White Oak, NC, Shotwell, NC, Auburn, NC, Flowers, NC, Emerald Village, NC, Wilsons Mills, NC, Whitley Heights, NC, Garner Mobile Estates, NC, Forest Landing, NC

Jul 17, 2019 6:00 PM

Bruce Hill, the host of Brier Creek Networking powered by Rockstar Connect invites you to an evening of Rockstar Connect networking at Bar Louie on Wednesday, July 17th, 6 PM to 8 PM. It is a mix-and-mingle, after-hours business networking event and all may attend. Unlike other evening networking events, admission is free of charge, there are no boring speakers and no one is trying to sell you anything. Bring your old friends, make new friends and create your next meaningful business connection.Bar Louie is providing complimentary finger foods on a first come first served basis as well as the free event space. Attendees are encouraged to reciprocate the venue’s generosity by making a beverage purchase and by tipping their servers. It is the Rockstar thing to do. Feel free to come early for dinner, or stay after for drinks.  Rockstar Connect events are held in hundreds of cities around the United States and Canada and hundreds of thousands of networkers attend Rockstar Connect events every year. Our hosts believe that you have to give in order to get, which is why they organize this monthly event to support their local business community. Direct all questions to Rockstar Connect: 1 (800) 205-2327.  Bruce Hill Rockstar Connecthttps://www.rockstarconnect.com/ All attendees are welcome, either living in or visiting the Greater Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina area: Cary, NC, Durham, NC, Raleigh, NC, Apex, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Wake Forest, NC, Carrboro, NC, Garner, NC, Holly Springs, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Clayton, NC, Henderson, NC, Graham, NC, Sanford, NC, Smithfield, NC, Lynn Crossroads, NC, Leesville, NC, Bethesda, NC, Lake Anne, NC, Candero, NC, Brassfield, NC, Nelson, NC, Sendero, NC, Clegg, NC, Bilboa, NC, Pickwick Village, NC, Oak Grove, NC, Lowes Grove, NC, Beechtree, NC, Few, NC, Weston, NC, Pines of Brookhaven, NC, Hayes, NC

Jul 30, 2019 6:00 PM

Sandler Training - Sales Matters, the host of Raleigh Business & Sales Pros Networking powered by Rockstar Connect, invites you to an evening of Rockstar Connect networking at Yard House on Tuesday, July 30th, 6 PM to 8 PM. It is a mix-and-mingle, after-hours business networking event and all may attend. Unlike other evening networking events, admission is free of charge, there are no boring speakers and no one is trying to sell you anything. Bring your old friends, make new friends and create your next meaningful business connection. Yard House is providing complimentary finger foods on a first come first served basis as well as the free event space. Attendees are encouraged to reciprocate the venue’s generosity by making a beverage purchase and by tipping their servers. It is the Rockstar thing to do. Feel free to come early for dinner, or stay after for drinks.  Rockstar Connect events are held in hundreds of cities around the United States and Canada and hundreds of thousands of networkers attend Rockstar Connect events every year. Our hosts believe that you have to give in order to get, which is why they organize this monthly event to support their local business community. Direct all questions to Rockstar Connect: 1 (800) 205-2327.  Susan Sykes https://www.salesmatters.sandler.com/ Rockstar Connecthttps://www.rockstarconnect.com/ All attendees are welcome, either living in or visiting the Greater Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina area: Wake Forest, NC, Raleigh, NC, Garner, NC, Clayton, NC, Cary, NC, Durham, NC, Apex, NC, Holly Springs, NC, Henderson, NC, Smithfield, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Wilson, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Carrboro, NC, Rocky Mount, NC, Lassiter, NC, Walkers Crossroads, NC, Fowlers Crossroads, NC, Barham, NC, Wake Crossroads, NC, Forestville, NC, Six Forks Crossroads, NC, Wyatt, NC, Wake Forest, NC, Riley Hill, NC, Harris Crossroads, NC, Riley, NC, Neuse Crossroads, NC, Hopkins, NC, Neuse, NC, Falls, NC, Youngsville, NC

Jul 20, 2019 7:00 PM

Legacy Week on the Vineyard, 2019 Welcomes Howard U. Alumni & Friends  to Homecoming on the Vineyard! Hosted by Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Boston Saturday, July 20, 2019   9pm - 1am 9:30pm Music begins  Location: 11 Circuit Ave. Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 You Must Register and oh..be over 21..... THANKS!  Sunday's Best Sunday, July 21st Worship Service, Speaker: tba 10am Union Chapel 55 Narragansett Avenue Oak Bluffs, MA 02557  Phone: (508) 627-4440 No week is complete without a call to worship.  All are invited to fill up their Spirits among friends old and new.  Attendees are encouraged to arrive early, the pews fill up quickly.  Historically known for its' dynamic guest speakers, musical guests from around the country and its' excellent acoustics, Union Chapel has been a favorite house of worship on Martha's Vineyard. SAVE THE DATE Sunday, July 21, 2019 https://nysmicj.org/hbcu BRUNCH ( after Worship service ) The New York State Minorities in Criminal Justice is a Federally registered, tax exempted, non-partisan, non-profit service organization, organized to examine and act upon the improvements in the Criminal Justice System, to promote the general welfare, to increase the influence of minorities in the Criminal Justice System, and to coordinate efforts with all legitimate organizations whose purpose would include the promotion of justice within the general State, local, public & private sectors of the criminal justice system. There will be a special panel discussion along with prominent department leaders! BACK DOOR DONUTS!  If You Don't Know....Now Ya Know!   Worst Kept Secret!  Get your donuts then 'Meet Me at The Inkwell' Nightly, 7:00 PM-12:58AMGet ‘em while they’re hot!   Apple Fritters are off the chain!  http://www.mvbakery.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Back-Door-Donuts-Oak-Bluffs-101422099950238/   This is where IF you have monetarily purchased an event during Legacy Week, you will receive a NPCP Card for discounts and specials from local participating businesses. You will HAVE to show your card BEFORE you order your food ( if at a restaurant ) or let the Sales Attendant know before they ring you up. You can receive your card through me at the Norfolk State opening reception at Island Bar & Grill  Saturday, 7/240 and throughout the week with proof that you are eligible. Here are two NIA business participants with more to come. Discounts will be posted on 7/20/19. Meet Me @ The Inkwell The "Midnight" Meet Up Nightly No agenda, no specifics.  What happens at The Inkwell, Stays at The Inkwell.  Bring a sweater, and your concealed cup.  No questions asked.  ~ Management...aka Sheryl  photo credit: michael johnson- michael johnson photo gallery 34A main st. vineyard haven MORNING AFFIRMATIONS  The Polar Bear Swim @The Inkwell 7:30am Monday, July 22nd - Friday, July 26th  https://youtu.be/Kjt5z8YGhZ0 https://vineyardgazette.com/news/2007/08/09/polar-bears-early-morning-ritual-marked-acceptance To meet the Polar Bears is to encounter a windfall of sincerity, buoyant hospitality and plain old fun. In most cases such encounters are rare on a beach, but not in Oak Bluffs.  It is a great informal institution that has survived for over 60 years without a constitution, bylaws, officers or any formal organizational structure other than the imperative of caring friendships. This early morning swim is not only invigorating, but healthy. Come to the sea at 7:30 in the morning for this ritual swim in the waters between the Island Queen and the Steamship Authority. All Polar Bears are not the same. There are three types of Bears that meet at 7:30 in the morning. There are the swimming bears, the non-swimming bears or bear-watchers and talkers, and the exercise bears, started by Ruth Bonaparte. They form a friendship circle in the water to work out. All are swimmingly friendly, cordial, very smart, and consider themselves totally non-elitist. Though many are accomplished there are no pedigree discussions here. They come to relax, reflect and renew. This is the old Martha's Vineyard in case you thought it no longer existed and they take their history and legacy seriously. As Bear Eleanor Hughes said, "We have our own chamber of commerce. If you want to know what's going on socially, where to eat, shop, find entertainment, or meet new people - come here. They are comrades and friends and everyone is welcome."   The Polar Bears begin their season every July Fourth with a prayer for continued friendship, for friends who are infirm, deceased, or need a special thought. Evelyn Tyner said the prayer for years. Now her daughter Betsy Stewart, a minister, prays. After prayer, they sing the 1985 musical hit made famous by Dionne Warwick, That's What Friends Are For. They have two mottos: "You have to spread your wings in order to find out how high you can fly," and "I am the source of my joy and infinite possibilities." Perhaps it is this strong belief system underpinning a "can-do" philosophy that has allowed the Polar Bears to survive all these years. I saw them in the context of shared history repeating itself over time. Then there was this connection to water and its relevance in the biblical sense of water as a cleanser, rejuvenator and healer in the African American baptismal experience. It surfaced as the tie that binds, underpinned by a conviction in the value of inclusiveness that expands the boundaries of diversity, transcends physical condition, color, race or belief - transforming the microcosmic reality of what America might be. MV ALL ISLAND TOUR Tuesday, July 23rd 10am This tour is 4 hours long and explores the island's rolling hills, ancient stone walls and scenic vistas. The tour stops at all 6 towns on Martha's Vineyard and makes a half-hour stop in Edgartown, New England's oldest whaling village, where you can explore and take some beautiful photos, find something delightful to eat, and shop. On this tour, you can see the historic Gay Head Lighthouse in Aquinnah, Martha's Vineyard's oldest lighthouse built in 1799, along with the gingerbread house campground and the largest iron auditorium on the island. If you're looking for history, you'll find it here. FOR THE FAMILIES Island Alpaca http://www.islandalpaca.com/ Island Alpaca Company of Martha's Vineyard began in 2004 with the purchase of 19 acres of land and an antique post-and-beam barn that once stood in Export PA. Over the next two years, the barn was assembled, pastures were cleared, and fencing installed. The original purchase of eight alpacas in 2004 had grown to a starter herd of 31, which moved into the barn in 2006. Today, Island Alpaca has a select herd of over 50 colorful Huacaya alpaca. Island Alpaca Farm is located in Massachusetts on the island of Martha's Vineyard. We offer alpaca breeding, alpaca sales, year-round, or winter alpaca boarding (agisting), educational workshops for both children and adults, and continuing customer support. Island Alpaca Farm is perfectly sized to offer personalized service and attention, along with a fine selection of breeding stock, both herd sires and junior herd sires as well as pet/fiber quality alpaca.  $5 pp admission from May 1 to October 31 annually The Flying Horses Carousel The Flying Carousel is the nation’s oldest platform carousel and has been designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior as a national landmark. Constructed in 1876 by Charles Dare, it is one of only two Dare carousels still in existence. Originally operated as a Coney Island, NY amusement, it was moved to Oak Bluffs in 1884, where it has lived in its red barn, delighting generations of Island residents and visitors ever since. http://mvpreservation.org/properties/flying-horses-carousel/ https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g41750-d104906-Reviews-Flying_Horses_Carousel-Oak_Bluffs_Martha_s_Vineyard_Massachusetts.html Horse Riding Lessons Barn: 706-754-8782 / Office: 706-839-1914 [email protected] - Barn: 706-754-8782 / Office: 706-839-1914 - http://www.mistymeadowshorsefarm.com   YOUNG RIDERS will learn a sense of responsibility and gain confidence from setting and achieving attainable goals. They will learn to care for themselves by keeping fit and active, and by seeing first hand the effects of good nutrition on their horses. ADULT RIDERS will benefit physically, cognitively, emotionally and psychologically from the experience of riding, grooming and connecting with horses. It’s never too late to discover the fascinating world of equestrian sport. Challenging both physically and cognitively, it may be the most exciting endeavor one can take on, but also the most rewarding. Virginia is for Lovers Party  Tuesday, July 23rd @ The Ole Skool Dance Cafe aka The P.A. Club, 137 Vineyard Ave, Oak Bluffs  Come out this night as Legacy Week highlights and honors Virginia Union University and Virginia State University as we celebrate HBCU Pride and.... Black Love! Doors open @9pm Party until 1am bringing you your favorite old school, hip hop, and R&B. Attire: All Black Everything $5 Donation & Cash Bar  fyi - you don't have to be Black to attend... the more the merrier :) Xavier University of Louisiana Alumnae Natalie Cosby is bringing her Stacked Yoga Retreat http://stackedyoga.com/ to Legacy Week on the Vineyard! Wednesday, July 24 - Saturday, July 27, 2019 @ The Inkwell 6:30 AM Stacked Yoga is back in Martha's Vineyard this July. We will be hosting 4 day yoga workshop at the Inkwell Beach in Martha's Vineyard. This one hour long class is open to all levels because we believe in diversity on the mat. Yoga has the benefits of improving balance, flexibility, strength, pain levels among those of us of a certain age...., menopausal symptoms, daily energy level, and social and occupation functioning, among other health parameters. Let's get it! Flexing like a yogi, drop it down with your hands upDo a handstand, bend it back, put your legs upI ain’t got no worries, I’m my own private dancerMy own private dancer I wanna last, wanna last foreverI wanna dance, wanna dance all nightI wanna last, wanna last foreverI wanna dance, dance, dance all nightBaby bend over, baby bend overBaby bend over, let me see you do that yogaBaby bend over, baby bend overBaby bend over, let your booty do that yoga  ~ Janelle Monáe Register here: https://stackedyoga.karmasoftonline.com/member/accounts/sign_in  How Low Can You Go! It's The Louisiana Coaltion  - Dirty South Edition! Highlighting Lousiana HBCUs, Dillard, Grambling, Southern, Xavier Wednesday, July 24, 2019 @ The Cardboard Box, 6 Circuit Ave., O.B. DJ Smooth B 9pm MORNING AND SUNSET MEDITATION with FLORA HEALING BODYWORKS  https://www.facebook.com/FloraHealing/ Thursday, July 25 - Sunday, July 28, 700am sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/legacy-week-on-the-vineyard-sunrise-sunset-meditation-massage-acupuncture-tickets-60654069956?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR2YjOIYZareWfawAJ4lTRbSG7D69dURs5MSPVNv1Or1oX4vBKDtJGaNgKE Flora Healing Bodyworks believes each person is their own healer and she is here to assist in providing that balance for you. Let us help you maintain relaxation , release stiff joints , improve over all body circulation or simply find an alternative for your chronic illness. If you are ready to embrace the power of restoring yourself. Please call or contact Flora at: (903) 213-5672 [email protected] Her services: Acupuncture Therapeutic Massage Herbal Medicine Facial Rejuvenation Cupping and much more. Flora will be at the Treat Yourself Spa during Legacy Week on the Vineyard.  http://www.treatyourselfspa.com/   97 Circuit AvenueOak Bluffs, MA 02557 AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE TOURS http://mvafricanamericanheritagetrail.org/ Thursday, July 25th @10am & Friday, July 26th 10am  Thursday is the (4) hour tour of Martha's Vineyard Heritage Trail of 22 sites  Friday is the (2) hour tour of Oak Bluffs  Meeting Location: Martha's Vineyard Gourmet Cafe' & Bakery, 5 Post Office Sq. Oak Bluffs (middle of Circuit Ave.) Get your Coffee and Muffins here. What to Bring: Wear comfortable shoes, bring snacks and water, ( there will be stops on the 4hr. tour available for lunch at your will ), sun shades, sunscreen, a hat /visor, backpack, light sweater, umbrella (if needed), camera, portable charger.  The African-American Heritage Trail of Martha¹s Vineyard is the exploration  of 22 sites dedicated to the unrecognized contributions of African-Americans to the history of the island.   The Mission of the Trail is to continue to enlighten the greater public about the  previously undocumented history and contributions made by African-Americans to the island of Martha¹s Vineyard. Trail Sites: - Pulpit Rock - Rebecca’s Field - Menemsha Beach - Shearer Cottage - MV NAACP - Bradley Church - Gospel Tabernacle - Eastville Cemetery - Dorothy West House - Adam Clayton Powell House - William Martin House - Tankard Cottage - Villa Rosa-Overton Home - Coleman Corners - Oak Bluffs BEAUTY & THE BEACH MENEMSHA MEDITATION w/ Flora Thursday, July 25, 2019, 5pm - 830pm Sunset is 806pm EST Things to Bring: You Sweater Blanket / Chair Snacks (optional) A camera BYOB http://sandpiperrental.com/blog/a-locals-suggestions-for-visiting-menemsha/ http://www.vineyardtransit.com/pages/vta_schedule/one_day From Ocean Park take the Route 9 on the hour to the Airport and transfer to the Route 6 at :25 past the hour.  Upon arrival at the Grange Hall, disembark and walk next door to the Town Hall and catch the Route 4 at :40 past for Menemsha.  To return from Menemsha, take the Route 4 at :01 past the hour (either 8:01pm or 9:01pm) to the West Tisbury Town Hall and transfer to a Route 6 at :38 past the hour.  At the Airport, transfer to the Route 7 for Ocean Park at :55 past the hour. The roundtrip fare for each person would be $10.00, so I suggest buying a One Day Pass for $8 – this allows for unlimited travel on all routes for the day and saves $2 per person. What a relaxing way to end the day! THIS IS  MUST SEE! You can grab a bite to eat from Menemsha Market which has the best lobster rolls on the island! The food from Larsens' is even better! Just be sure to bring wine if you want to have some because you can't buy it there.The kids play on the beach and the adults wait for sunset. This is a favorite beach on the island to watch the sunset. The water is calm and you can find marine life near the shore line. It's a great place to watch the sunset with the adoring crowd.  Just to note the beach each is rocky and not the greatest swimming beach, however is fun for kids to explore to catch crabs and small fish with their nets. The sunsets are breath taking . Come very early when coming over to see the sunset. There is limited parking, and very often it is impossible to find a parking spot. The "sunset crowd" begins to gather a good 2 hours before the sunset. BUT - there's also a 2 hr time limit on parking in the adjacent lot, until around 6 or 8 pm. (sorry, I don't exactly remember). The police DO watch and ticket cars! There are also remote parking lots. The best choice - take the bus there. You can get there from almost anywhere on island, and all-day bus pass (use as many times and distances as you like) costs only $8, and is much cheaper than a parking ticket! You can get there by car or bus... Cabs travel to there but it may cost you $50... and the bus is more entertaining and serves as an informal tour guide. :) The cuisine is fresh out of the water shellfish, lobsters, clams, oysters etc... Bringing your own alcohol is welcomed and recommended as they only sell water there..most families set up a picnic area on the beach and eat dinner and play board games until the sunsets... Very relaxing and beautiful :) The crowd usually applauds and sings America The Beautiful  Public restroom are near by and near by shops have take out.  The sunset is awesome and it's the best place to appreciate God's glory! See ya there!  Night of The Divine 9 Come out and represent your fraternity, your sorority, your line brothers & sisters. Thursday, July 25, 2018 @ The Cardboard Box, 6 Circuit Ave., Oak Bluffs 9pm - 1am HBCU BOWLING - ( Things to Do, Create Your Own Team )  Kids Bowl Free! 11am – 3pm Everyday! Ages: 12 & under including shoe rental!  The Barn Bowl & Bistro   13 UNCAS AVENUE, OAK BLUFFS, MA 02557, MARTHA'S VINEYARD (508) 696-9800 http://thebarnmv.com/ Friday, July 26, 2019 EMVY Magazine's Launch Party Eclipse Studio 7pm 68 Lagoon Pond Road • Vineyard Haven Why We Are Here EXPERIENCE MARTHA'S VINEYARD Your landing site for: Lifestyle Living, Island Resources and Business Spotlights, Parody and Edgy Content, Inkwell Community and Black Owned Business Listings, Cultural Events, The HBCU Connection, Eats, Drinks & Beats, Entertainment, Lobster & Lighthouses, Tours, Tourists & Tourism, People, Places & Things, Nightlife After Dark. What's Your Scene, To See or be Seen? It’s all about the EXPERIENCES, and we help create them! Farewell Brunch TBA Saturday, July 27 1030am

Jul 19, 2019 6:00 PM

3rd Friday with the Artist featuring Billy Farmer at Gallery On Main in Louisburg NC. Sponsored by Franklin County Arts Council.

Jul 24, 2019 5:30 PM

Please join the NC Legislative Black Caucus and the NC Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network on Wednesday, July 24th at 5:30pm for Diverse Perspectives: Women of Color in a Changing Political and Policy Landscape. All are welcome to attend!   Space is limited; please REGISTER as soon as possible.   This event will showcase the trailblazing contributions of women of color who promote science-informed policy in North Carolina through scholarship and political leadership. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an engaging discussion in which some of the state’s most influential leaders and scholars will grapple with some of the most important issues facing North Carolina today. Attendees will also have the chance to network with a diverse group of engaged lawmakers, scholars, activists, and other change agents.   Tentative Agenda 5:30: Registration and pre-reception 5:45: Opening remarks by Rep. Farmer-Butterfield, 2nd Chair of the NC Legislative Black Caucus and Dr. Deondra Rose, Professor of Public Policy at Duke University and Co-Director of the North Carolina Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network  5:55: Attendee introductions 6:00: Main session. Confirmed speakers include Rep. Farmer-Butterfield, Rep. Sydney Batch, Rep. Evelyn Terry, Dr. Deondra Rose (Duke), Dr. Erica Payton (UNC Greensboro), Dr. Nina Smith (NC Central), and Dr. Shakiera Causey (Duke). 7:00: Closing remarks from Dr. Deondra Rose and Rep. Farmer-Butterfield 7:05-8:00: Reception. Food and drinks will be provided.  The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus is an association comprised of 39 Senators and Representatives; of African American, American Indian and Asian-American Indian heritage at the North Carolina General Assembly. The Caucus is organized as a vehicle to exercise unified political power for the betterment of people of color, and consequently, all North Carolinians; to ensure that the views and concerns of African Americans and other communities of color are carried out by their elected representatives; and to work to develop the political consciousness of citizens of all communities and cultures.   North Carolina SSN leverages the expertise of our state’s world-class universities to be of service to policymakers, civic leaders, and journalists working to improve policy and combat challenges facing North Carolinians. North Carolina SSN is run by Dr. Deondra Rose (Duke University), Dr. Lindsey Haynes-Maslow (NC State University), Dr. Sarah Verbiest (UNC Chapel Hill), and Dr. Natalie Hengstebeck (SSN and Duke University).   Questions? Contact Natalie at 919-907-0026 (preferred) or [email protected] 

Jul 26, 2019 8:00 PM

Join us for one or all of our reunion weekend events, July 26th-28th!

Jul 17, 2019 5:30 PM

Bunker Brews on the pitch. Bunker goes to a North Carolina FC game in support of Military Appreciation Night.

Jul 26, 2019 8:00 PM

Brooks Hubbard, Acoustic Ambush, Erinn Peet Lukes at The Walnut Room