Where We Are

Martha's Vineyard is an island off of the coast of Massachusetts. Our Chamber of Commerce has a great web site that will provide answers to many questions such as how on earth do you get here, where can you stay, how do you get around, what else besides playing the ukulele can you do, are there any great restaurants, and everything else you might want to know. Check out the following websites for all sorts of important information.

Only able to spend the day?  The ferry service to and from the island runs at frequent times all day and into the evening hours. Just let us know when you register and we will arrange transportation from the ferry to and from the festival!!! We want to make it easy for you to attend and to have a "no worry" day.

Fall is a very popular time to be here on the Vineyard. The rates are less for rooms, the heavy numbers of tourists have left, the weather is usually delightful, and there is so much to do and see. We have scheduled our festival to take advantage of the perks of off season. Be sure to make your reservations for transportation and lodging as soon as possible for Fall is also the time for numerous weddings and special events.

Have a partner who does not play the ukulele?  No problem at all as the golf courses are prime, the Fishing Derby is in full swing, walking or biking is at its best, and the list of other choice activities goes on. The Vineyard is a fabulous Fall escape.


 

Who we are

Featherstone Center for the Arts

Featherstone is a community arts center on Martha’ s Vineyard which provides excellent year-round arts programs for Vineyarders and visitors of all ages. Featherstone has become a destination providing inspiration, education and creative nourishment on six acres of rambling meadows, galleries and studios which was once Featherstone Farm.