Archive for August, 2014

Come see us tomorrow at the gallery

A guest blog: by Sue Dawson

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WE’RE HANGING new photographs today, in preparation for tomorrow’s opening reception and Arts District Stroll, which will be from 4 to 7pm. If you’re going to the Moth performance at the Tabernacle, why not get to Oak Bluffs early, get your parking spot, and come to our opening beforehand? We’ll offer you a nice glass of wine or San Pelligrino, and you can sample delicious food from the new Morning Glory Farm cookbook Farm Food. You can even buy the new book, and get it signed by Alison, chef Robert Lionette, and Jim & Debbie Athearn (Jim says he’s got to load a bunch of pigs into a truck first, but he’ll be here as soon as he can). Happily fed, you can take a short walk over to the Tabernacle, and get great seats for the Moth.

We’re looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Such a lovely surprise…

A guest blog: by Sue Dawson

ALISON AND I, and our two kids Sarah and Jesse, met at Gannon & Benjamin Boat Yard the other evening, all converging there from different places, by car, bus, and on foot. We love the boat yard – especially Alison, who shoots there regularly – but it wasn’t the charm and fascination of sawdust piles, tools, and boats everywhere that brought us to Vineyard Haven. It was a benefit for Partners for Youth with Disabilities, a nonprofit in Boston that offers programs for youth with disabilities and their families. The Managing Director, Dean Bragonier, gave a presentation about this wonderful organization. Dean’s wife, Sally Taylor, performed at the event as part of the band Something Underground, with brothers Seth and Josh Larson.

The surprise is coming (just keep reading) …

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