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The brainchild of Jay Bergantim, Bad Matha brews an array of craft beers prepared from locally-sourced ingredients. The brewery not only offers guests the chance to sample a rotating selection of 10 craft beers but they also offer a few snacks in case you get hungry. Small batches of beers are brewed daily, allowing you to relish fresh brewed beers on-site. After the tour is over, you could also spend time listening to live music on weekends or indulging in outdoor games with your friends. The fascinating brewery tours, delightful beers, laid-back vibes and great snacks are just some of the reasons you should be headed to this wonderful place.
The Vineyard Haven Public Library has all the latest books, periodicals, Internet access and microfiche of the island's own Vineyard Gazette. The library hosts various events throughout the year: from readings to children's story time and movies to knitting circles.
A welcome refuge on a rainy day, this library offers Internet access in addition to the expected books and tapes. There is an active children's program, including story time for pre-schoolers, with times that vary with the season. Library cards are free for Massachusetts' residents; there is a nominal charge for out of state residents. Other services available to the public are a fax machine, a copy machine and "mainland" newspapers for those who need their New York Times fix.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum and Historical Society is devoted to the history and culture of this small Massachusetts island. Explore the island's fascinating past and learn about the people who lived here. The historical society first came together in 1922. Today, the museum and society are housed in historical buildings that are wonderful to walk through. Visitors to this museum can trace back their ancestry through the Historical Society's extensive genealogical services. There are special exhibits, classes, seminars, workshops, and movies hosted here throughout the year.
Experience three centuries of island life in this unique museum. The house was built in 1672 and is considered to be the oldest dwelling on Martha's Vineyard. With its wide floorboards built low to the ground and central chimney, it is a perfect example of classic full-Cape architecture. It was moved to its present location and restored in 1977. Several walls have been left open to demonstrate early colonial building techniques. Five rooms are furnished in the evolving styles of home decor; from the basic necessities of the first settlers to the more opulent Federal look from the 19th century.