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MADAKET Quintessential Madaket cottage right on the pond with fantastic views of the pond, beach and ocean. This basic three bedroom, 2 bath, well maintained home has a new kitchen and garage and is the ideal Nantucket vacation home. $1,085,000

WAUWINET Beautiful custom home designed and built by Chris Maury. Fantastic quality throughout with beautiful paneling and moldings, fixtures and hardware. All rooms have an abundance of glass and are extremely light and bright. Large lot with plenty of room for expansion, second dwelling, pool and tennis court. Deeded access to Polpis Harbor dock, parking area and moorings. $2,795,000

MADAKET Wonderful family compound with two, three bedroom homes with good separation between the two. Both dwellings have phenomenal views of the Ocean, beach and Long Pond and Conservation Land and are less than a minute to the beach. Detached, oversized two car garage and two storage sheds. $1,965,000

SHAWKEMO New, extraordinarily well finished home with magnificent views of Nantucket Harbor, town, Coatue and inlet from almost every room as well as pool, patio and porch. Beautiful, custom paneling and moldings throughout and every square foot is done in the best possible quality and taste. This flawless property is just being completed and is the finest new offering on the market. $8,800,000

TOWN Nicely renovated antique with exceptionally large back yard and beautiful landscaping. Three finished floors plus basement and a wonderful floor plan for families and large groups. Fantastic, bright kitchen with French doors leading to patio and yard. Two off-street parking spaces. $4,465,000

POLPIS This new home in Polpis features a fantastic floor plan and finishes of the highest quality in one of Nantucket’s most private and serene locations. There is 8,650 sq ft of living space and more than 150 adjacent acres of conservation land with flooded cranberry bogs and miles of walking trails. $4,989,000

BRANT POINT Incredibly well executed restoration of a classic, bungalow style beach house with open, full length, covered porch. New guest cottage just steps away. All materials of the very highest quality both inside and out. Walk to Children’s Beach, Town, The White Elephant, Brant Point and Jetties Beach. $3,975,000

CLIFF Beautifully restored 1747 antique home on desirable Cliff Road just a five minute walk into town. Many original features intact including four fireplaces, wide pine flooring, moldings and raised paneling. Magnificent, private yard and gardens, and covered dining patio. Wonderful views of Sound from roof walk. $5,275,000

TOWN Beautifully executed renovation and addition of a 1930’s bungalow design. Located one block from the top of Main Street, an easy walk to the center of the Historic District and bike ride to several beaches. Excellent custom millwork, top of the line appliances and nicely finished baths. All new systems. $1,995,000

CISCO Beautifully designed, spacious home with views of Hummock Pond, Sanford Farm/Ram’s Pasture and the Ocean. Excellent, open floor plan, good separation between bedrooms, two covered porches, second floor deck and large yard. Short walk to Cisco beach. A/C. Room for pool. $3,475,000

TOWN Restored in 2007, this in-town home was built in the late 1700’s. The restoration incorporated the original exterior architectural integrity with every possible convenience on the interior. The lot is oversized, affording a patio and yard of generous proportion and there are 4,250 sq ft of living space in the house. $2,975,000

MONOMOY Very large, family home in Monomoy with views of the creeks, Town and distant harbor. Excellent floor plan for entertaining and large groups. All bedrooms have a private bath. Most rooms open onto covered porches or decks. Some room for expansion or small cottage. $3,250,000

SURFSIDE Two houses on an oversized lot with two driveways and so much separation they can easily be rented separately. In fact, you cannot see one from the other. Both have upside down layouts, decks facing the ocean and are an easy walk to the beach. Excellent rental history on both houses. $1,475,000

TOWN Beautiful four bedroom/ three and a half bath home in the Old Historic District on one of the most sought after streets. Large deck and beautiful gardens compliment the interior living spaces with exterior opportunity for entertaining. Top end kitchen appliances, marble counter tops, surround sound system, central air, central vacuum, two fireplaces and custom built-ins and molding throughout the home. Move-in condition. $2,975,000

WAUWINET Beautiful custom home with detached cottage/studio in Wauwinet, abutting over four hundred acres of conservation land. Cherry floors, magnificently landscaped, room for pool, many custom features. Bike to Polpis Harbor, Pocomo, and Squam beaches. $2,295,000

TOWN Beautifully restored in-town antique on an oversized, corner lot. Everything has been replaced; foundation, plumbing, electrical, roof, shingles, fireplaces, etc. All original moldings, flooring, mantels saved, stripped and refinished. A beautifully restored home with all of the amenities in a most convenient location. $3,875,000

MID ISLAND WOODBURY LANE Early 1800s antique home originally built in Vermont, Very clean house on a large, potentially sub-dividable lot, disassembled and re-constructed on Nantucket in 1987. Four creating a lot with exposure on Old South Road. House and bedrooms/4.5 baths, 4 fireplaces, exposed beams, original setting is very private. Plenty of room for expansion, pool, etc. $895,000 paneling and floors, garage with studio above. Beautiful gardens, abuts open space affording excellent privacy. $2,475,000

TOWN Recently built home on a private oversized lot, with beautiful materials and details; cherry floors; granite; nice finish work. Excellent, open floor plan with one bedroom on the first floor and four upstairs. Spacious deck and yard, all a ten minute walk to Main Street. $2,675,000

WAUWINET FIXER - UPPER! Traditional, four bedroom, saltbox with large garage on private one and a half acre lot, an easy bike ride to Polpis Harbor and Pocomo beach. Garage has plenty of headroom to make a two bedroom apartment above. House is livable and structurally sound but needs cosmetic assistance. 6 Bedroom septic. (Owner/Broker) $1,495,000

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ACKmANTm comic book cover illustrated by Peter Sheppard.


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aptain Peter Sheppard is a father-of-two, a charter fisherman,

robust portfolio celebrates the seafaring spirit of Nantucket. When he’s

a wine purveyor, an oil painter and now…a cartoonist.

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life Nantucket’s newest superheroes— ACKMANTM and his trusty

Cellar. His work can be seen in Nantucket Looms Gallery, The Haul

sidekick, Shimmo—for this summer’s Njr. cover.

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Sheppard—who specializes in outdoor sporting art—spent countless hours digging through the deep and colorful history of comics, culling

As for Sheppard’s future in comics, he says the project has stoked his

the subtle details that make up a superhero. For weeks, Superman,

enthusiasm for this fun art form, and could see tackling more super-

Batman, Spiderman and the Green Goblin battled in his brain, each

subjects down the line. Perhaps ACKMANTM needs a nemesis…

vying for a detail to make the cut. Sketch after sketch, Sheppard refined the concept of a prepped-out Nantucket superhero, the brainchild of creative director Nathan Coe. When the ink was cast, Sheppard’s skilled hand depicted ACKMANTM and Shimmo surfing through Nantucket Sound.

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ability. As owner and operator of Rusty Fly Fishing Charters, Sheppard paints like he fishes—with passion and precision. His paintings exude a deep love for the outdoors, capturing intimate moments on the water like few other artists can. From exquisitely detailed fish portraits to dramatic maritime landscapes, Sheppard’s


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My LittLe Big

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So often when thinking of Big Brothers Big Sisters, activities come to mind: playing catch on the baseball diamond, walking along the beach, maybe even climbing trees. Yet this one-to-one mentoring program is so much more than just play dates. The beautiful relationships between “Littles” and “Bigs” speak to the power of mentorship in both the development of a child and the perspective of an adult. Sure the fun and games are important to the program— but beyond all else, Big Brothers Big Sisters is about being there for one another.

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The best part about being a ‘Big’ for Elias is being a part of his family. They are so full of love. I felt at home right away in the presence of his energetic, enthusiastic, amazing mother Maya, and his very cool little sister Zoe.

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Living Large in Written by Robert Cocuzzo

Photography by Nathan Coe

It’s just another day in Lego Land. Officer O’Connor is patrolling the streets on his motorbike. A shopkeeper pushes a broom along the sidewalk in front of his corner store. Mrs. Pitts is out on her rooftop veranda while the town’s crossing guard keeps an eye on the pedestrians. As far as he can tell, it’s shaping up to be a pretty normal day on the blocks.

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For millions of kids young and old, LEGO seems as American as apple pie. Yet in reality, the toys are as American as Danish pastry. LEGO was invented in Denmark at the dawn of World War II by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, a carpenter who built the non-violent toys in response to rising hostilities in Europe. Over the last eighty years, LEGO has grown to be one of the top toy companies in the world, and was named “Toy of the Century” in 2000. Kids just can’t seem to get enough of the colorful plastic blocks that inspire their imagination. While most kids are forced to let go of their LEGO dreams when they become adults, Denmark native and Nantucket summer resident, Erik Christensen (no relation to LEGO founder), never let the suggested age on the LEGO boxes get in the way of building his little block kingdom. “I was born in Copenhagen in 1937,” Erik says in a Danish accent. “In my childhood years, when I was 12 years or so, I played with LEGO, which had just been introduced to Denmark at that time.” LEGO has been in the Christensen family ever since, passed down to his daughters and now to his nine grandchildren. On rainy summer afternoons or at dusk before dinner, the next generation of Christensens can be found huddled over projects in the garage, connecting some of the same plastic blocks their grandfather used nearly half a century ago. Rather than surfing the web or playing violent video games, the Christensen clan spends its time building what would be the envy of any LEGO lover. Sprawled in Erik’s Nantucket garage is a miniature metropolis, complete with buildings, vehicles, ships and hundreds of small figures, each sporting the same even smiles. The elaborate LEGO display has taken over the garage, and now threatens to force out the family car. With the summer underway, the Christensen grandchildren are raring for a prolific building season. Equipped with freshly drafted blueprints and some of LEGO’s newest designs, the Christensen Company plans to expand their LEGO real estate deeper into the garage. Hopefully, they won’t need HDC approval if the town continues to grow.

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GONE A-WHALIN’ with Mom & Dad

Written by BEN SIMONS Robyn & John Davis Chief Curator, Nantucket Historical Association

“Are we there yet?” is not a question you ask on a whaleship.

Imagine a road trip with your family: halfway in, your brother starts pulling your sister’s hair; your mom struggles to break up the fight; and all the while, your dad is threatening to “pull this car right around!” Now imagine that trip is not two hours long, but two years long! Back in the nineteenth century, young Nantucketers like Richard Gibbs Jr. were often stuck on a whaleship with their parents for years on end. It’s been rumored that if you didn’t finish your vegetables, you had to swab the deck or even walk the plank!

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hirteen-year-old Nantucketer Richard Gibbs Jr. went to sea with his father, Captain Richard Gibbs, and his mother, Almira, on a voyage aboard the whaleship Nantucket from 1857 to 1859. The trip took the Gibbs family around Cape Horn, up the west coast of South America, and into the vast Pacific Ocean. Young Richard Jr. kept a remarkable journal of the cruise that offers a fascinating glimpse into the Gibbs family dynamics.

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The moral environment of a whaleship was a challenging place for parents to raise an obedient, well-mannered son. The crewmen were mostly illiterate ruffians with a taste for rum and other rough-andtumble pastimes; the business of whaling was bloody and dangerous; life at sea on a whaleship offered poor rations, cramped quarters, and plenty of rats, roaches, and other vermin—but no shortage of adventure.

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Throughout Richard’s journal, there are heartwarming exchanges between him and his mother, Almira. It appears that she regularly reviewed her son’s journal entries, and often left him commentary and advice. The nineteenth-century exchanges almost read like an e-mail

chain between a college student and his mom. On June 9, 1857, Richard Jr. writes, “I shall try to improve every day dear mother for I feel that I ought to.” Almira comments, “I am very glad to know my dear boy that you have formed so good a resolution. . . . It is for your own advantage and will confer a great favour upon your mother that is anxious to see you get along and take your stand amongst men of respectability. A.G.”

The journal also reveals the unique relationship Richard Jr. had with his father, captain of the Nantucket. “The old man is not for gamming if he can avoid it,” the boy writes on May 6, 1859. Being on a whaleship with your father as captain was not unlike being on a baseball team with your dad as coach— Richard Sr. could not show the boy any favoritism. He needed to maintain his stoic nature as captain, or else his command might be undermined.


While his father raised him to be a man, Richard Jr.’s mother tried to raise him to be a gentleman. This, too, was exhibited in the boy’s journal in a message she writes to him, in this verbatim transcription: My dear if you would be happy try to cultivate a good heart . . . I would caution you against the useing of profane language profane language shows a depraved heart. shun the company of the low and vicious never enter the haunts of vice and wickedness. many a good name and promising youth have been ruined by frequenting the glittering places that are held out to tempt the youth many parents have gone down to the grave broken hearted . . . try to do as near right as you possibly can your mother. You can picture Richard’s mother doling out this advice, and like any thirteen-yearold boy, he may have responded, “Yea, yea mom. Whatever you say.” To which she would have exclaimed, “Don’t you ‘yea, yea’ me Richard Gibbs Junior!” Richard Gibbs Jr.’s journal aboard the whaleship Nantucket was donated to the NHA collections by the Friends of the Nantucket Historical Association, who are celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversary this year (1986–2011). The Friends are the NHA’s leading collectors group, and have donated many of the most important art and artifacts in the NHA collection. Richard Gibbs Jr.’s journal is one of many items that will be featured in a special anniversary catalog by the author that will appear this summer titled Island Treasures: Gifts of the Friends of the Nantucket Historical Association, 1986–2011.

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Indeed, it took a crew to raise a child on a whaleship. A boy like Richard Gibbs worked under the command of his cousins, siblings, and ultimately the “old man.” Sure, he had the chance to make a pretty penny, but at the cost of minimal privacy, bouts of seasickness, and sacrificing the normal fun and games of a landlubber. So the next time you’re complaining about taking out the trash or cleaning your room, be happy you’re not scrubbing whale blubber off a deck or trimming sails in a hurricane!

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nanTuCkeT CommunITY SaIlIng kIdS 4 Winter St.

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Climb aboard and set sail! NCS programs teach long-lasting life and leadership skills as well as deepening your love for the ocean.

nanTuCkeT CommunITY SaIlIng adulTS prIVaTe leSSonS In polpIS Harbor Adult (age 18 and over) private lessons are offered in Rhodes 19s or Marshall Cat 15s. Please call to schedule a lesson. prIVaTe WIndSurFIng leSSonS aT JeTTIeS SaIlIng Private windsurfing lessons are offered to all age groups every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00PM - 3:00PM.

guppIeS — (ages 5-6) Monday — Friday 9:15AM - 11:45AM HunTer 140S — (ages 7-12) Friday 9:15AM - 11:45AM Monday — Friday 1:00PM - 3:30PM ageS 7-12 — Monday — Friday 9:15AM - 11:45AM

nanTuCkeT boYS and gIrlS Club .

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508-228-0158 The Club offers a wide range of arts and crafts, beach trips, kayaking and sailing, fishing, various field games and sports, and bike trips—just to name a few! Summer Program runs for 8 weeks, June 27th to August 19th Daily hours of operation are 7:45AM-5:00PM Anyone interested in the program can check out our website, call 508.228.0158 or email justine@nantucketboysandgirlsclub.org

aCe Camp~ aVIaTIon Career eduCaTIon Camp 14 Airport Rd.

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508-325-7531 An exciting experience for those looking to fly through the air! Fly model helicopters; study the science of aeronautics; and most importantly, explore and have fun! ACE Camp is based at Nantucket Memorial Airport. Apply online at www.nantucketairport.com June 27 - July 1st ACE campers head over to Cape Air’s maintenance facility in Hyannis (Photo courtesy of Nantucket Memorial Airport)

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From July to August, every Monday is Junior Play Day for kids M I AC O M E T at Miacomet Golf! Practice your swing and tee off! The days D N A A N N T U end with a putting contest and prizes! Also available are Junior C K E T I S L Skills Clinics and Tiny Spikes. Call for info or visit miacometgolf.com Ages 13+ 3:30-6:00PM Ages 10-12 4:00–6:00PM Ages 7-9 4:30-6:00PM


STrong WIngS naTure Camp 9 Nobadeer Farm Rd.

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Campers experience a variety of activities such as kayaking, rock climbing, swinging on the ropes course, and learning survival skills in the island’s great outdoors. FIrST explorer’S Camp (Ages 5–8) 9:30AM – 3:30PM every day

murraY’S Camp 15 Nobadeer Farm Rd. 508-325-4600 The fun never stops at Murray’s Camp! Activities include swimming, tennis, painting, ice skating, kayaking, surfing, fishing and many, many more. Murray Camp also provides summer and year-round childcare for weddings, conferences, beach parties, etc. Weekly enrollment is available 9AM-3PM, June 27 to August 19. Register on-line at murraycampnantucket.com

Young explorer’S Club (Ages 8-9) 9:00AM – 4:00PM every day

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exTreme explorer’S Club (Ages 10-11) 9:00AM – 4:00PM every day

4 Vestal St. 508- 228-9198 The Maria Mitchell Association operates two observatories, a natural science museum, an aquarium, and preserves the historic birthplace of Maria Mitchell. Come and explore! groWIng up WIld (Ages 4-6) July 4-8, Monday – Friday 8:50AM-1:00PM WIld SurVIVal (Ages 7-9) July 11-15, Monday-Friday 8:50AM-1:00PM eCo-explorerS (Ages 10-12) August 1-5, Monday - Friday 8:50AM-3:00PM

WarrIor Camp (Ages 12-14) 9:00AM – 4:00PM every day

nanTuCkeT lIgHTSHIp baSkeT muSeum ~ YouTH WeaVIng ClaSSeS To cultivate the next generation of Nantucket lightship basket weavers, the museum offers weaving classes to children ages 11-16 for six weeks between July 11th and August 15th. Each weaver is given the individual attention required to create a basket like the ones made on the South Shoal Lightship. Join the fun! For more information visit nantucketlightshipbasketmuseum.org

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Nantucket Island Surf School teaches kids of all ages and abilities to surf. Private and group lessons are available. All equipment is provided—so show up in your bathing suit and ready to have fun! Monday - Friday 9:00AM–12:00PM or 1:00PM–4:00PM depending on the tides. For more information visit nantucketsurfing.com

SurFarI SurF Camp 1 Essex Rd 508-228-1235 Nantucket Surfari focuses on all aspects of surfing and ocean awareness. The camp is designed to teach novices as well as build on the skills of more seasoned surfers. Six sessions run from June 27th to August 26th. For more details visit nantucketsurfari.com

nanTuCkeT ISland SCHool oF deSIgn 23 Wauwinet Road 508-228-9248 NISDA offers fantastic workshops ranging from drawing, painting, and printmaking to photography, pottery, and textile design. All ages and interests, there is something for everyone at the Nantucket Island School of Design! Visit nisda.org for more information.

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Designed for the developing hockey player! Nantucket Ice has plenty of camps for everyone! Check out Nantucketice.org or call 508-228-2516 for a camp to sharpen your skills.

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ACtivities SaIl on Slip #1015, Straight Wharf

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For those 4-6 year olds looking to raise the Jolly Roger and embark on a swashbuckling sail, Endeavor Pirate Adventure is a fun family trip. Children don pirate hats and face paint, fire a cannon, and even hunt for pirate booty! If you are in search of a more leisurely afternoon at sea, Endeavor offers Sail the Sound. Join Captain James Genthner for an hour and a half sail around Nantucket Sound, and learn about marine life, seafaring techniques, and Nantucket history.

nanTuCkeT aTHeneum 1 India St. 508-228-1110 The Weezie Library offers a wide variety of activities including story times, visits from authors and illustrators, live performances, and summer reading programs. Check out their events calendar at nantucketatheneum.org

THe WHalIng muSeum 15 Broad St. 508-228-1894 Visit A to Z: The Island’s Cabinet of Curiosities, an exhibition showcasing iconic curios, oddities, and other island treasures from the NHA collections.

ISland raCqueT Club Grab a racquet, a can of balls, and a partner, and head out to Island Racquet Club in Madaket. Courts are open and free. Located in Tristam’s Landing. Call 508-680-6399 for more information.

CrITTer CruISe 508-228-6867 Ever wonder what’s lurking at the bottom of the ocean? Climb aboard the Monomoy and Captain Josh will show you! The adventure starts with a quick boat ride. Once Captain Josh finds his mark, he hauls his traps from the deep. What comes up will amaze you! Later, try your hand at fishing and see what else you can catch! For more information visit crittercruise.com

SHearWaTer exCurSIonS Slip #1011 Straight Wharf 508-228-7037 Enjoy an eco-tour with a close encounter of the marine kind with seal watching or harbor tours with ice cream! For more information visit explorenantucket.com

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1 New Whale St 508-228-2299 Billfish Tournament: July 28, 29, 30 Shark Tournament: August 26, 27, 28

nanTuCkeT CommunITY SCHool oF muSIC 11 Centre St. 508-228-3352 Learn a new instrument! You can play the drums, piano, flute, saxophone, oboe, violin, harmonica, and even the harp!

nanTuCkeT SHIpWreCk & lIFeSaVIng muSeum Learn about the rescues and heroism at sea. There is also a perfect picnic spot beside Folger’s Marsh. Call 508-228-1885 or visit nantucketshipwreck.org


events boYS & gIrlS Club Summer FundraISIng eVenTS June 11th & 12th The Annual Sam Sylvia Pro-Am golf tournament and August 20th The Tim Russert Summer Groove. Information can be found at nantucketboysandgirlsclub.org

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nanTuCkeT ComedY FeSTIVal July 28 – 31 Laugh the nights away with Kevin Flynn and a hysterical line up of comedians. Visit Nantucket Comedy Festival.com or call 888-555-1212 for more information.

nanTuCkeT raCe Week

June 26 Run, paddle, swim, and bike to a good cause, Big Brothers Big Sisters on Nantucket! Visit www.bbbsnantucket.org for more information.

August 13th -20th Come enjoy an eight-day experience that marshals the entire community together in a fun-filled week of regattas, awards ceremonies, and parties. Visit www.nantucketraceweek.org for more info.

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June 22 – 26 Hollywood makes for Nantucket for the 16th Annual Nantucket Film Fest! Check out independent films, hobnob with celebs, and take in the wonders of the silver screen. Visit NantucketFilmFestival.org or call 508-325-6274 for more information.

The Pops on Nantucket is one of the best summer events with outstanding music on beautiful Jetties Beach. Carly Simon is this year’s special guest. Gates open 4:30 PM, so bring blankets and picnics. Showtime is 7-9 PM. Enter from corner of Hulbert Ave. and Bathing Beach Rd. Call 508-825-8250 for more info.

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annual Sand CaSTle and SCulpTure daY

Come watch the magnificent fireworks from the harbor or beach!

August 20th Over 50 sculptures will emerge from the sand! Jetties Beach 508-228-1700

Small FrIendS annual Folk arT SHoW July 15th-17th The show offers a wonderful opportunity to browse vendors who traveled from as far away as Florida and Indiana with their beautiful wares. Please visit smallfriends.org

Farm FreSH FeaST! Saturday July 16th at Moors End Farm to benefit Sustainable Nantucket. Enjoy locally grown food, dancing and music under the stars, silent and live auctions. Please call 508-228-3399 or visit sustainablenantucket.org for more info.

nanTuCkeT aTHeneum danCe FeSTIVal July 17th – 23rd Dance stars from the New York City Ballet and the Paris Opera Ballet come to Nantucket. Visit nantucketathenuem.org for more info.

nanTuCkeT garden FeSTIVal July 20-23rd, The Third Annual Garden Festival kicks off this year with great garden tours, workshops, featured speakers and more. Please call 508-228-0427 or visit nantucketlighthouseschool.org for more info.

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nanTuCkeT TrIaTHlon July 23rd Cheer on competitors as they swim, bike, and run the grueling course! Visit acktri.com for course info.

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19 Washington St. 508-228-0294 July 22nd 6-8 PM Summer Small Works Exhibition

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Store Listings In the Pink Murray’s Toggery Shop 5 South Water Street 62 Main Street (508) 228-0569 (508) 228-0437


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Murray’s Toggery Shop 62 Main Street (508) 228-0437

Babies and Bellies 19 Main Street 2nd Floor (508) 325-6427

The Nobby Shop 17 Main Street (508) 228-1030

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