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Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awards

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The White Elephant, White Elephant Village, and The Wauwinet have received the highly-coveted Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star rating, which was announced on February 22, 2017. TOPPER’s has also been recognized as one of the top-rated restaurants. The two properties and restaurant, part of the Nantucket Island Resorts collection, were the only hotels on island to receive this distinction. For the full list of winners, visit http://www.forbestravelguide.com/.

 

Forbes Travel Guide provides the travel industry’s most comprehensive reviews of hotels and restaurants, and has defined the highest standard for excellence in hospitality for more than 50 years. Each property is anonymously tested and rated on an annual basis by Forbes Travel Guide inspectors. There are 800 rigorous standards which each hotels is tested on, ranging from distinctive and memorable dining, luxurious beds, attentive service, impeccable housekeeping, and genuine interest.

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“We are honored to have received these coveted awards,” said Khaled Hashem, Managing Director of Nantucket Island Resorts. “Our newest ratings are a continuous testament to our luxurious accommodations and dedicated staff who consistently deliver outstanding guest experiences.”

The White Elephant will re-open this spring on April 13, and the White Elephant Village and The Wauwinet will re-open on April 20.  New this season, guests who book the top accommodation at each property will receive keys to a 2017 BMW vehicle for the duration of their stay.

Most of the vehicles are electric or hybrid models and charging stations are available at the White Elephant Village and The Wauwinet.

Nantucket Island Resorts will also expand their partnership with Priority Bikes by offering complimentary bikes and maps at four of the properties.

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New amenities will include complimentary kids cooking classes and in-room “camping” with teepees at the White Elephant Village and White Elephant. New tiny cocktail tasting menu, featuring a flight of miniature drinks, and build-your-own Retsyo Oyster Bloody Mary Bar will also be offered at TOPPER’S.

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TOPPER’S Travels…

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One of the things that Nantucket Insiders do best in the off season is travel.
Higor Valle, one of TOPPER’S certified sommeliers, shares with us notes from the road to his latest wine visit to Cantina Jermann, located along the border of Italy and Slovenia.

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This winery is often regarded as one of the most important of it locale, largely due to the innovative and passionate approach of its proprietor, Silvio Jermann. His family has been involved in wine-making in the region since 1881, when his great grandfather came over from Slovenia. Cantina Jermann currently holds several Tre Bicchieri Awards (this award is highly coveted, as it singles out a wine as being one of Italy’s best, and a validation of the winemaker’s craftsmanship). Their latest wine to receive this honor was the 2015 Pinot Grigio.

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Higor was hosted by the winery’s Export Manager and her assistant, and greeted with a glass of wine and some small bites of local cheese, prosciutto and polenta- which were wonderful accompaniments to the wines sampled.

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The three top picks for Higor were Vintage Trunia 2014; dry velvety and well balanced, Capo Martino 2012; intense notes of apricot, dried flowers, and honey blossom- great acidity hold it all together in this wine. Capo Martino 2012 also holds some sentimental value to the family as it was produced from the 1991 harvest commemorating the family’s great father Anton who made the journey to the region 110 years earlier. The grapes used are of historic varieties and even the label depicts elements dear to the hearts of agriculturalists; sun, water, grapes, and fish as a symbol of religion.

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Higor also enjoyed the Afix Riesling with its brilliant straw color, vibrant acidity and notes of green apple with a touch of residual sugar.

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A little bit about Higor; though he’s lived in the U.S. for the past ten years, he is orignally from Sao Paulo, Brazil and this will be his second season as a sommelier at TOPPER’S. Since his first summer on Nantucket, nearly five years ago, he’s always had an interest in working at TOPPER’S because of its vast and impressive wine program. In 2017, Higor looks forward to enjoying the beautiful island and of course, opening amazing bottles of wine for the guests!

 

 

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TOPPER’S 2016 Spooky Season Finale

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For their last dinner service of the 2016 season, TOPPER’S pops the cork on a special and spooky evening with the second annual “Trick-Or-Treat Dinner”.

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The dining room at TOPPER’S was completely sold out to a combination of house guests staying at the hotel, and guests who came out for dinner only. As the hotel and the restaurant are closed as of October 30 until April 20, 2017; this was the last chance until spring to enjoy the cozy, yet elegant ambiance of TOPPER’S Dining Room and the exceptional cuisine prepared by Chef Kyle Zachary , with favorites like Lobster Pasta and Tarte Flambe on the menu.

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Dinner guests were treated to discounts of 30, 40, or even 50%, determined by picking a ticket from TOPPER’S Magic Cauldron. From TOPPER’S renown wine cellar, all Peter Michael wine was enjoyed at discounts of 25%.

With end of The Wauwinet’s season typically falling on or around Halloween, and the popularity of the Trick or Treat Dinner, this is a tradition that is sure to continue.

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Mark Your Calendars This Fall for Nantucket Events

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To welcome in the beginning of fall, Nantucket Insider shares our list of ‘can’t miss’ fall happenings on the island. With so many reasons to visit Nantucket this season, it’s easy to forget about the added factors of great weather, less crowded roads- not to mention great rates at our favorite hotels!

Fall Restaurant Week, September 26- October 2, 2016
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A celebration of the superlative culinary tradition on Nantucket Island. Experience exceptional food, wine and hospitality in many of the island’s acclaimed restaurants. Participating restaurants will be offering three-course menus from $25 to $45.
Brant Point Grill and TOPPER’S at The Wauwinet will both offer special menu pricing.

Nantucket Half Marathon– Sunday, October 9, 2016 (8:00am)
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This race is one of the most scenic half marathon courses on the East Coast! The route travels through wooded dirt roads, tree-lined bike paths, and lightly traveled streets with beautiful ocean views. The course is gently rolling but you are never more than a few feet above sea level. Approximately 40% of the course is on dirt roads with a few sandy sections that can be challenging but there are no significant hills, so it’s a nice choice for beginner runners. You may run on roads and see parts of Nantucket you never knew existed!
Click here to register for this race.

Nantucket Cranberry Festival, Saturday October 8, 2016
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This festival is held each year over Columbus Day weekend, and allows for many Nantucket visitors and residents alike to make the most of their time on the island; viewing the gorgeous hues of reds and pinks that the flooded cranberry bogs display at this time of year. Visitors to the festival will love walking through the festival tent and sampling the native cranberries, local honey, and even wool products made from the farm’s own flock of sheep. Food and beverages are also sold at the event and live music makes it easy to spend the entire afternoon at the cranberry bog.

Wauwinet Fall Actvities, September- October 2016
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Surrounded by beautiful beaches, historic attractions and the charm of downtown, The Wauwinet offers fun things to do on Nantucket, from tours of ‘Sconset Villlage in the hotel’s own antique car, and bay cruises to fishing and cooking classes. Guests at the hotel receive a schedule of the activities for any given day upon arrival.

Family Scalloping, October 2016
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Family Scalloping is a unique Nantucket tradition. Also known as recreational scalloping; commercial scalloping is not permitted until November. To take advantage of the October recreational scalloping season , you need a recreational shellfish license from the town. Permits are available at the Public Safety Building at 4 Fairgrounds Road. You’ll also need waders or a wet suit, a push rake, an inner tube and a bushel basket, plastic or wire, and for some, waterproof gloves to ward off the chill.  If you plan to open the scallops yourself, you’ll need an opening knife as well.

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Making Tracks on ACK…

nantucket aerial viewNantucket Insider knows that some ways of getting around this bustling island are easier than others. We’re sharing with you the inside track on how we prefer to traverse the island from the home base of some of our favorite hotels during these busy summer months… 

The Wauwinet Lady
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The best way to head to TOPPER’S at The Wauwinet for lunch or dinner is aboard The Wauwinet Lady. Reservations are required for this once daily lunch and once daily dinner cruise, departing from White Elephant and sailing across Nantucket Bay to TOPPER’S, for more information on The Wauwinet Lady, click here.

The Beach Bus at The Cottages at The Boat Basin
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Complimentary chauffeured service to the beach for guests at The Cottages makes beach days a breeze. The shuttle bus operates during summer months and on a first come first served basis. 

Behind the Wheel of a New BMW
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Guests at White Elephant Village staying in a luxurious three-bedroom Residence receive the keys to a 2016 BMW to enjoy during their visit. The hotel property has offered designated guests the use of BMWs for the past several years and new this season are a fleet of BMW X5 XDrive4oe vehicles, the brand’s first plug-in hybrid, designed to save energy. 

Cruising Nantucket on a Priority Bicycle
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With over 30 miles of bike path on Nantucket, taking a spin on a bicycle, is a long-time favorite mode of transportation here! Priority Bicycles have outfitted The Cottages, The Wauwinet and White Elephant Village with their stylish, high quality, easy to ride bikes. Hotel guests have complimentary access to the bicycles during their stay. 

White Elephant BMW Courtesy Car 
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You could hire a taxi or walk to your dinner reservation, but White Elephant and White Elephant Village offer guests the luxury of traveling to in-town destinations in one of their BMW 7 Series Courtesy Cars. Courtesy Cars are reserved on a first come first served basis through the hotels’ front desk agents. 

The Wauwinet Jitney Service
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With a location meant to get away from it all, The Wauwinet provides hourly shuttle service for the 10 mile drive between the hotel and Federal Street in downtown Nantucket. This way, guests can have the peace and tranquility of Wauwinet while still feeling easily connected to the lively scene Nantucket town is known for. The Wauwinet Jitney is also a great way to travel to TOPPER’S!

Ride the WAVE! 
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Nantucket’s own public transit system, The WAVE, is an ever popular way to get around the island and for good reasons- the buses are clean, prompt, and offer many routes for access to Nantucket’s most beloved destinations and beaches with fares ranging from just $1 to $2. White Elephant Village and White Elephant hotel guests can request complimentary passes to ride the WAVE. 

 

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Summer at TOPPER’S

The Wauwinet is home to one of the nation’s most acclaimed restaurants, TOPPER’S, a favorite foodie destination set alongside the waters of Nantucket Bay. This Nantucket Insider favorite taps into the island’s rich supply of fresh regional ingredients, from land and sea. TOPPER’S dining room offers a uniquely Nantucket feeling of elegant fine dining.
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If you seek more casual fare, you will love TOPPER’s deck, where you can dine under a heated awning with views of the bay.

Nantucket Insider has sampled the summer menu this season at TOPPER’S, and it does not disappoint! See below for a few of our favorite picks from both the dining room and the deck menus. 

Summer Harvest Salad
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Various seasonal vegetables (may include and are not limited to heirloom tomatoes, squash, eggplant, beans, peppers, fennel, beets and carrots) are served raw, pickled, roasted or pureed along with seasonal berries, stone fruits, herbs and herb blossoms.  TOPPER’S adds a crispy quinoa tuile (best described as a “cracker”) for texture. The dish is rounded out with Stracciatella cheese, a fresh cow’s milk cheese, made of small shreds of curd mixed with cream.  This is the filling that you find inside of Burrata.
*Gluten Free, Nut Free, Dairy Free with modification, Vegetarian

Seaweed Butter Poached Lobster
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 The 1 ¼ pound lobster is first partially poached and the meat is removed from the shell and then poached in nori flavored emulsified butter.  The lobster is served with an heirloom tomato tart (puff pastry topped with tomatoes cooked down to jam consistency and finished with sherry vinegar, topped with African blue basil, chive tips and thyme blossoms), glazed baby squash, pickled baby squash, marinated shaved baby zucchini, a fried squash blossom and a rich lobster bisque flavored with tomato and finished with Pedro Ximénez sherry. The dish is garnished with a dehydrated Kalamata olive crumble.
*Gluten Free with modification, Dairy Free with modification.

Shrimp & Grits
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White gulf shrimp are sautéed and served over Anson Mills white grits flavored with cheddar cheese.  There is also a slowly poached egg, sautéed oyster mushrooms and country ham gravy (Edward’s country ham, tomatoes, green onions, coffee, cream and butter).

Roasted King Salmon
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Roasted king salmon is served on English pea risotto with glazed white asparagus, marinated pea tendrils and a charred ramp butter sauce.

To reserve your table at TOPPER’S call 508-228-8768 or click here

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Exploring Nantucket Made Easier with Priority Bicycles

You may have seen the sleek black bicycles around the island this Spring already, but if not, there are a few things you should know about the new bicycles offered complimentary at the White Elephant Village, The Wauwinet and The Cottages and Lofts at the Boat Basin. Nantucket Insider sat down with Co-Founder of Priority Bicycles, Connor Swegle, to discuss what makes these rides ideal for our guests, everyday riders looking to explore the beauty of Nantucket Island. 

Nantucket-4Nantucket Insider: How did you develop the concept for this business?

Connor: For years bicycles have innovated on the upper end- carbon fiber, more speeds, more features. There had been no attention paid to the challenges that  kept everyday recreational riders from getting on their bicycles, people who wanted to get a relaxing ride on the weekend, such as heavy frames, rusting chains, rattling gears, and fixing flats.

We wanted to create a bicycle for those riders- ones who wanted a high quality bicycle, that looked great, and was ready to ride when they were.  We spent our time not adding to the bicycle, but focusing on simplifying to the most essential features that would make a bicycle low-hassle, high-quality, and beautifully designed. 

When we launched and shipped our first bicycle- The Priority Classic – we heard “This is the bicycle I’ve been looking for forever!”

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Nantucket Insider: What is the testing process to ensure the bike is truly maintenance and hassle free? 

Connor: We stand behind all of our products 100% and ride them everyday ourselves, as well, so testing is very important.  There’s two parts of the testing process.  The first is technical and the second is practical. One primary difference with our bicycles is that they feature a belt-drive- this lowers maintenance and creates a rust-free, grease free, ultra-smooth ride.

We work our bicycles into a cross section of our riders’ lives and locations- commuters in Manhattan, weekend riders in Miami, bike path cruisers in Austin, etc.  We tap first time riders to cycling enthusiasts to ensure that the bicycles are simple to ride and maintain for everyone.

We recently developed a beach cruiser called The Priority Coast. To prove it, for three months we worked hard to make something go wrong or break the Coast. We dumped it carelessly on the sand, rode pedal deep in seawater during low tide, left it out in the rain and hot sun, forgot to rinse it off, banged through mud puddles and over sharp rocks down dirt roads. Not only does the thing still look brand new, it also still rides like the first day we took it out for a spin. Meanwhile the other beach traditional cruiser we tested against, new at the same time, is totally rusted, squeaks horribly, and the chain just fell off again.

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Nantucket Insider: Why are these bikes best for riders on Nantucket island?

Connor: One of the things that makes Nantucket Island so beautiful happens to also be extremely hard on bicycles- the coastal environment.  The constant ocean views, cobblestone streets, and beach sand can break down a traditional bicycle quickly.  Our bicycles are light, durable, and with our grease free belt drive you never have to worry about a rusting chain, stained pants or dirty hands, when you are out and about for a day.  Our 3-speed hub and casual riding style makes it easy to get through town or out to Cisco Beach for sunset.  The White Elephant Village, The Wauwinet, and The Cottages and Lofts at the Boat Basin are also all known for their style and quality amenities.   We aim to make our bicycles a great fit on those properties and to extend that experience all throughout the island.

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Nantucket Insider: Where are some of the other locations where your bikes thrive?

Connor: What’s exciting for us is that we have riders in all 50 states and many countries around the world, in all age ranges, and lifestyles. Our bikes thrive where our riders thrive because we design our bicycles to be simple throughout our riders’ life, from finding, purchasing, assembling, and ongoing maintenance with their bicycle.  Hassle free is something that doesn’t start and stop with when you are on your bicycle.

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Nantucket Insider: What are your favorite sites to see when cruising Nantucket by bike?

Connor: Staying at a Nantucket Island Resorts hotel is one of our greatest treats.  It feels like home every time we arrive.  Last time we were in Nantucket we took bicycles over on the ferry, and once we started riding, we didn’t stop.  Our favorites have been a ride out to Brant Point for some photos, out to Cisco Brewery to hear some music and have a few drinks, parking our bicycles outside of The Nautilus for some appetizers and drinks before dinner at Lola 41, and also great food and wine at Pi Pizzeria. 

We also can’t forget going to Stubby’s to grab a breakfast sandwich before getting on the Ferry to head back. 

 

Priority Bicycles are featured at the The Wauwinet, The Cottages at Lofts at the Boat Basin, and the White Elephant Village. The company was founded by cycling industry veteran Dave Weiner and co-founder Connor Swegle to deliver hassle-free, high quality bicycles to recreational riders.  Priority Bicycles has been featured for its product design and business model in the Wall Street Journal, Popular Science, Outside Magazine, and others, as well as received the “Best In Class Design” distinction by Inc. Magazine. You can learn more about them at prioritybicycles.com .

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White Elephant/ Barton & Gray Hinckley Yacht Launches for 2016 Season

IMG_3172Nantucket Island ResortsWhite Elephant teamed up with Barton & Gray Mariners Club to launch the new White Elephant / Barton & Gray Hinckley Yacht this week.

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Barton & Gray is a member-only yacht service; however, guests of Nantucket Island Resorts now have the rare opportunity to charter one of their Hinckleys for half- or full-day private cruises. Guests can:

  • Explore the blue waters of Nantucket Harbor
  • Motor to Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge – a remote area on the northern point of ACK
  • Swim off Tuckernuck Island 
  • Venture to Martha’s Vineyard

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The 36-foot classic yacht is clad in navy, white, and elephant-printed fabric, mirroring the interior design of the White Elephant. Features also include teak decks and mahogany trim in the interior.

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The White Elephant / Barton & Gray Hinckley will be based on Nantucket from May through October 2016, with experiences beginning at $1850 for four hours for up to six guests. For more information visit here or call 1-800-ISLANDS.

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8 Can’t-Miss Events for Children this Spring on Nantucket!

The wait is finally over…the 2016 Nantucket Season kicks off this weekend with our Daffodil Weekend! This week our guest blogger and author of the Barnaby Bear children’s book series, Wendy Rouillard, shares her top picks for events for kids this spring on Nantucket. Get your calendar, pencil and start planning!

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1. 23rd Annual Daffodil Festival Children’s Parade

Celebrate spring at the Annual Daffodil Children’s Parade! This Island tradition, hosted by the Nantucket Chamber of Commerce, takes place at Children’s Beach on Saturday, April 30th, at 10:30am. Decorate your bicycle, wagon, baby carriage, or any other favored means of transportation with a daffodil theme. Or simply kick off the season in your best daffy wear! Fun for children of all ages! Be sure to get there early! Cookies and juice will be provided. Sponsored by Nantucket Island Resorts and Barnaby Bear.

2. Wake Up, Brother Bear

A new, innovative theater for the Very Young sponsored by the Dreamland. This latest initiative presents theatrical productions performed by local professional actors offering simple interactive stories that encourage the audience to join in, using props, to create an imaginative, magical show. Designed for children ages 1-6, but all ages are invited to attend. Four more shows are slated to debut! The next performance is April 29th, at 10:30 am. Tickets are $8 per person and are available online at www.nantucketdreamland.org or at the box office.

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3. Nanpuppets

The Nantucket Atheneum is happy to present puppeteer, Lizza Obremski and her whimsical friends, for a morning of magic, laughter, and fun! Enjoy the show, create a puppet, or even put on a show of your own! Join the Nanpuppets on May 20th, at 9:45am at the library.  For ages 2 and up~ tickets are available at the Weezie desk. 

4. White Elephant Village Pool

The White Elephant pool officially opens May 27th!  Come celebrate Memorial Day Weekend by taking a dip or relaxing by the pool. Light fare is served daily and the ice cream cart offers complimentary ice cream for the little ones hourly.  

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5. Scavenger Hunt at the White Elephant

A White Elephant favorite! As a guest of the White Elephant, your child can pick up a treasure hunt map at the front desk, which will lead you through a myriad of clues, taking you on an exciting adventure around the property.  The last clue ends with a treasure chest full of prizes! For more information, please speak with Ann at the concierge desk. Good luck!

6. Marjory Trott Dance Classes

Join Marjory, all summer long, at the bandstand at Children’s Beach, a stone’s throw away from the White Elephant.  Marjory offers a wonderful variety of dance and movement classes, as well as yoga, for ages 10 months and up. Classes start Monday, June 13th.  For pricing and class schedules, please visit marjorytrott.com

7. 5th Annual Nantucket Book Festival, June 17-19

This fun-filled weekend is not to be missed! Starting June 17th through the 19th, the island will be buzzing with authors from all around the country for the Nantucket Book Festival. There are readings, lectures, and story times for kids. Meet and greets, with numerous authors, are also scheduled throughout the weekend. More than a dozen authors and story hours are also scheduled at the Nantucket Atheneum on Saturday, June 18th.  Please be sure to stop by and say, “Hello,” to Barnaby Bear and me! We will be under the tent at the library from 9am to noon on June 18th.  For additional information, please visit nantucketbookfestival.org

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8. Strawberry Picking at Bartlett Farm

As soon as the strawberries are ripe for the picking, head out to Bartlett’s Farm! Explore the ocean view gardens filling your buckets with delicious strawberries. This local favorite usually happens in mid to late June. For more information, please call Bartlett Farm at #508-228-9403.

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Halloween Happenings on Nantucket

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Nantucket Insiders have picked their pumpkins at Bartlett’s Farm (so many varieties to choose from!) and we are feeling the Halloween spirit here on the island. It’s a great time to experience Nantucket’s quintessential, New England small town charm.

In October, Nantucket Insiders look forward to gathering with the crowd of families on Main Street on Halloween for trick-or-treating as the kids in costume stop by all of the shops and businesses in town for candy and fun. 

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The in-town festivities begin with a costume pageant at The Methodist Church on Centre Street, where each child receives a ribbon and a goody bag. This is followed by the Halloween parade which travels the length of Main Street so all bystanders can admire the creative costumes of their friends and neighbors!

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 Four legged guests at The Cottages & Lofts, like these two pugs, have Halloween treats to look forwards to as well. A special spooky bandanna will be given to each dog checking in during Halloween weekend, and guests will also receive a framed photo of the pooch wearing their Halloween costume -or their new accessory!  

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 Now that we’ve covered the festive fun for the kids and the pups- Nantucket Insider also has the scoop on a new Halloween happening for the grown ups. TOPPER’S at The Wauwinet will be hosting a “Trick-or-Treat Dinner” on Saturday October 31st for their final night of the 2015 season. If you haven’t dined at TOPPER’S yet this fall, Nantucket Insider recommends trying the Pan Roasted Halibut served with little neck clams, celery root, charred leeks, applewood smoked bacon and potato veloute.

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 For dessert, the Spiced Maple Torte with walnut baklava, pan roasted figs and ginger ice cream makes the perfect Halloween treat. 

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Each table will enjoy a 30%, 40%, or 50% discount (applied to food only) simply by picking a surprise discount out of a magic cauldron. One lucky winner will receive a free dinner for two with a bottle of wine, selected by TOPPER’S sommelier. Costumes are optional and a prize will be awarded for best costume.
For reservations call 508-228-8768 or please click here.  

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