The ultimate activities guide for July 21 – 27, 2017.
Shine, sparkle, and celebrate N Magazine’s 15th anniversary with a night of drinks, dancing, and music by DJ Rosé. Hosted at the Whaling Museum, the bash will benefit the Nantucket Historical Association. Tickets are SOLD OUT but we hope you will join us next summer for the 2nd Annual!
The Screenwriters Colony will celebrate its 5th annual summer soirée at the Almanack Arts Colony. Highlights include cocktails, live music, and a tribute to honored guest, Warren Beatty. For tickets and more information, click here.
July is sailing by but there is still 1 day left to buy your tickets to Nautican Foundation’s Summer Soiree. Live music, lite bites, and libations, all while supporting Nantucket Community Sailing! For tickets and more information, click here.
When the sun goes down the music turns up at Atlas. Returning from Spain, the talented River Bennett will be spinning a blend of disco, hip hop, and house music for one night only. See you on the dance floor!
Stop by the Beachside Bistro as they uncork a Sunday Funday of rocking, rolling, and sipping rosé in the sand at sunset. Sponsored by Whispering Angel, this event will also feature music by DJ Rosé, a New York based DJ dedicated to creating a soulful, energetic music through dance, disco, and modern-day hits. For more information, click here.
Support women’s health and wellness at the Great Harbor Yacht Club for the first ever Women and Wellness, an exciting new event empowering effective health care decisions. Presented by the Nantucket Cottage Hospital, this event will feature clinicians from Massachusetts General Hospital on such topics as heart health, meditation, and more. For more information, click here.
7. Images of America: Whaling in Massachusetts
Tuesday, July 25
6 P.M. @ The Whaling Museum
Dive into the past with archivist Gioia Dimock as she unveils how the whaling industry truly began and flourished through her new book, “Images of America: Whaling in Massachusetts.” Through historic prints, photographs and documents, Dimock explores the industry that took over the coastal region of Massachusetts during the 18th and 19th centuries. For tickets and more information, click here.
Don’t miss Dreamland’s Film for Thought showing of “En El Septimo Dia” (On the Seventh Day), followed by a special Q&A with writer and director Jim McKay. Set in Brooklyn, New York, the film portrays the story of a group of immigrants from the Mexican state of Puebla who have a deep love for soccer. For tickets and more information, click here.
Brighten up your day with a hand-picked, fresh cut bouquet of flowers this Thursday morning from Bartlett’s Farm. Take a closer look at the mesmerizing colors that comprise the fields of the farm and cut your own bunch of hydrangeas, sunflowers and more to light up your home. For tickets and more information, click here.
Artist Katie Trinkle Legge, known for her vibrantly painted still life and landscape paintings, returns this summer from New Zealand to teach her popular water-mixable oil workshop for all levels. Katie has taught regularly at the AAN workshop and shows her work at Old Spouter Gallery annually. For tickets and more information, click here.