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P.O. Box 626, Nantucket, MA 02554  
© 2015 Yesterday's Island, Inc.

There are 10 events for
Wednesday 1st of April 2015
8:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Birding Field Trip
Meet at the LLNF at 110 Eel Point Road, and then carpool to various island hotspots in search of whatever birds we target. Dress for the wind and weather. All birding levels welcome and we particularly encourage beginners to come and learn in a casual yet informative atmosphere. 508-325-0873. Free for members, small fee for non-members.
11:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Public Skating
$5 youth, $8 adult, $5 skate rentals. 508-228-2516. Call for additional skating sessions. Backus Lane. nantucketice.org
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Hoop House Rising
Help Sustainable Nantucket begin construction at the new Community Farm site by helping to put up two hoop houses. We plan tobe out there from 4-6pmeach evening the week of March 30, but volunteers should sign up for an evening in advance to confirm. No prior experience is necessary, but volunteers must come willing to work-- to get involved, email communityfarm@sustainablenantucket.org
4:30 PM
4EZ Payments Performs
Live music at Cisco Brewery, 5 Bartlett Farm Rd.
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Theatre Workshop of Nantucket - 2015 Season Auditions
For Rumors, Betrayal, Other Desert Cities and Love and Information: Please be familiar with the shows. Be prepared to read from the script. For Into The Woods and Joseph... come prepared with a song that best shows your vocal ability. Bring sheet music - no accapella singing. Accompanist will be provided. Please bring a head shot and resume. A weekly stipend is paid to all Nantucket Actors (over 18). All Auditions are held at Bennett Hall, 62 Centre Street
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
High School Book Group
Each month we'll meet to talk about the book we've read, pick up next month's book, and discuss what to read next. Food will be served! At this meeting we will be discussing Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson. Please email Leslie Malcolm or Sophie Kuhl at lmalcolm@nantucketatheneum.org OR sophiekuhl5@gmail.com to reserve a copy of the book. FREE and open to all students grades 9-12, Held at The Atheneum Gallery, 1 India Street
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Knitting and Crocheting Workshop
Join Liz Flanagan and Nancy Tyrer for a weekly knitting and crocheting workshop. We will be making 8" squares to send to the Knit-a Square project for the AIDS orphans of southern Africa. Also bring your own project pattern, yarn, needles and hooks and we will help each other with pattern directions and stitches as we go along. Beginners are welcome. Nantucket Atheneum Main Floor Reading Area, 1 India St.
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Health before Wealth
Come get inspired to stay healthy, fit, strong & in shape by listening to a panel of HEALTH, NUTRITION & FITNESS experts! Presented by Petticoat Row held at The Westmoor Club, Cliff Road. Small entry fee.
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
NCC Documentary Film: Shored Up
Shored Up is a 2013 documentary that asks tough questions about our coastal communities and our relationship to the land. What will a rising sea do to our homes, our businesses, and the survival of our communities? Can we afford to pile enough sand on our shores to keep the ocean at bay? In Long Beach Island, New Jersey and the Outer Banks of North Carolina, surfers, politicians, scientists and residents are racing to answer these questions. Beach engineering has been our only approach so far, but is there something else out there to be explored? Our development of the coastlines put us in a tough predicament, and it's time to start looking for solutions. Audience Q&A following the film screening. 84 minutes. Free admission. Held at The Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India Street
8:00 PM
Trivia Night at Kitty's
Cash prizes at Kitty Murtagh's, 4 West Creek Road