The ultimate activities guide for the week of September 13 – 19, 2019.
Bring friends and family alike to this two day event in Tom Nevers! The fair will consist of events including livestock shows, hayrides, games, and education displays. For more information, visit the Island Fair’s Website here.
Join Pastry Chef Amanda Baker for a fun and fruit-filled Saturday morning! Chef Baker will be teaching attendees how to make a delicious Rosemary Orange Cake. As your creation bakes, learn how to create candied orange and lemon peels. Limited to 12 people. For tickets and more information, click here.
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Elin Hilderbrand is hosting a pop-up book signing this Saturday! Her latest novel Summer of ’69 follows four siblings experiencing the drama, intrigue, and upheaval of one of the most tumultuous summers in American history. Hilderbrand’s first historical novel is also her most critically-acclaimed – we can only expect more incredible novels to come from the Beach Read Queen! For more information on the signing, click here.
Take some time to focus on your well-being with Teri Sica’s Mindful Practices workshop this weekend. During the session you will learn how to relax negative emotions (i.e. depression, anxiety, stress), create positive energetic shifts, and feel more “alive” and “joyful.” And who couldn’t use a little extra joy in their life, right!? To register and find more information, click here.
It’s your last chance to see Fireflies before this show flies off into the sunset! Bring your friends to see this romantic comedy about a respected Texan dame and her complicated relationship with a drifter handyman. It’s the perfect way to celebrate the end of summer. For tickets and more information, click here.
Need to get keen on managing that green? This is the workshop for you. Join Jim Dannahauser (certified SCORE mentor)qto find ways to plan for the cash needs of your business. Participants will walk away with simple steps to improve their cash flow management practices and maximize their chance for success. To register and find more information, click here.
Cue Billy Joel’s “Movin’ Out”, because this is the story of one seriously historic move. In February 2015 (after forty-eight years), renowned photographer and artist Jay Maisel begrudgingly sold his Manhattan home, but it wasn’t just any abode – it was the 36,000 square-foot, 100-year-old landmark known as “The Bank.” Jay Myself documents the remarkable life of the protagonist and the end of an era in New York City. For tickets and more information, click here.
Disconnect from the noise of the world and connect with one another at this year’s Nantucket Project! TNP is an annual event where attendees can enjoy inspiring talks and stories from amazing presenters, change-makers, artists and more, all while meeting new friends in an unforgettable experience. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
Join local author Robert Cocuzzo as he debuts his second book, The Road to San Donato. The longtime editor of N Magazine, Cocuzzo will be interviewed by legendary broadcaster Natalie Jacobson about his adventures cycling through Italy with his sixty-four-year-old father in search of their family’s roots. For tickets and more information, click here.
Rosé season doesn’t have to end if you don’t want it to! Enjoy a taste of Epernay’s end of summer favorites leading into the bounty of fall. Discover how not all rosé wines are created equally in regards to their production, grape varietals, and structure at this delicious event. For more information, click here.