What’s New on Nantucket

Nantucket Arts, What's New on Nantucket

New Vocal Group for Island Youth

Nantucket Community Music Center staff believes that “music has the power to transform individuals and our island as a whole,” and in furtherance of that mission, they offering a new free summer enrichment program for young singers. Nantucket Youth Sings! offers an enriching experience for young singers with choral rehearsals […]

Nantucket Style, What's New on Nantucket

What’s New on Nantucket

Respoke is all about transformation: repurposing iconic scarves into gorgeous espadrilles, other footwear, hats, furniture, and now fine art! Within their newly refreshed space at 41 Straight Wharf, Respoke Co-Founder, Chris Bartick’s mixed media artwork incorporates remnant silk scarves from the Respoke shoe making process. The subject matter includes graceful whales’ tales and local iconography such as Great Point Lighthouse.

J. Butler Collection
Nantucket Style, What's New on Nantucket

New Locations for an Island Favorite

The J. Butler Collection is celebrating its 25th summer season on Nantucket and is excited to announce two new downtown locations for 2023!

You’ll find this favorite boutique home design shop at 3 Old North Wharf within East End Gallery, with additional specialty pieces in a pop-up location inside Kit Noble Fine Art at Zero India Street (across from the Atheneum). The art in East End Gallery and Kit Noble’s photographs allow clients to envision how complete rooms can look.

Tidal Creeks Outfitters
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Your Nantucket Adventure Starts Here

The waters around Nantucket are among the most bountiful and beautiful on the east coast. If you’re looking for an unmatched fishing experience or fresh shellfish right out of the harbor, access to one of the island’s remote beaches, or if you just want to explore and watch the sun setting over the Sound, visit Tidal Creeks Outfitters (TCO), the island’s experience-based outfitting company, and let them help you make memories that will last a lifetime.

Marine Mammal Alliance Nantucket
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Teaching Kids about Island Wildlife Rescue

There were some budding young marine biologists out on ‘Sconset Beach in recent weeks. Armed with binoculars, clip boards, and tape measures, they are learning how to collect and record data for the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, assess the health of seals on the beach, and help the public understand the “do’s and don’ts” around marine mammals we share the shore with. And some of them are only five-years-old!!