Chilmarkers have always gone to sea: first from the beaches of Lobsterville, Squibnocket, and Nomans Land, and later (after the 1902 dredging of a channel and basin) from the fishing port of Menemsha. Its modest size (and, as the '38 hurricane showed, precarious location) cloak a rich history that reflects Chilmark's endless ingenuity in making a living from the sea. Join MVM research librarian Bow Van Riper for a survey of the Vineyard's most-photographed, yet least-understood waterfront.
Wednesday, May 2 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Chilmark Community Center 520 South Road, Chilmark