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Bevely Hall as HannaFestival of Wreaths Preview Party
Tuesday, November 21
5 – 7 P.M.
Whaling Museum
13 Broad Street

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The Festival of Wreaths is the NHA's kickoff celebration for the holiday season! This community event features an array of wreaths beautifully crafted by local businesses, non-profits, schools, and organizations that are displayed during the week of Thanksgiving. Visitors can bid on their favorite wreaths in a silent auction to benefit the NHA's year-round outreach efforts. From traditionally-decorated greens to unconventional materials, all of the Festival of Wreaths entries capture the creativity of Nantucketers!


Bevely Hall as HannaFestival of Trees Preview Party
Thursday, November 30, 2017
6 – 8 P.M.
Whaling Museum
13 Broad Street

The Festival of Trees is the NHA's highly anticipated holiday tradition that begins during Nantucket’s Stroll weekend and transforms the Whaling Museum into a festive winter wonderland for the entire month of December! This event features community-crafted trees designed by local merchants, nonprofit organizations, artists and children.

The NHA is extremely grateful for the involvement and support of the many individuals and organizations that contribute to the success of the Festival of Trees. Your creativity and talent make it all possible!


SOLD OUT
Call (508) 228-1894 for waitlist.

Archangel Ticket Level - $1,000 per person ($840 tax deductible)
5:30 P.M. VIP entry to Preview Party, commemorative ornament, listing in Festival of Trees printed program, unlimited return admission to the festival throughout December.

Guardian Angel Ticket Level - $500 per person ($340 tax deductible)
5:30 P.M. VIP entry to Preview Party, commemorative ornament, listing in Festival of Trees printed program, unlimited return admission to the festival throughout December.

Angel Ticket Level - $300 per person ($140 tax deductible)
5:30 P.M. VIP entry to Preview Party, commemorative ornament, listing in Festival of Trees printed program, unlimited return admission to the festival throughout December.

Star Ticket Level - $200 per person ($50 tax deductible)
6 P.M. entry to Preview Party, listing in Festival of Trees printed program, unlimited return admission to the festival throughout December.

NHA Member Ticket - $150 per person (not tax deductible)
6 P.M. entry the Preview Party, unlimited return admission to the festival throughout December.


The Theatre Workshop Of Nantucket presents a special event of screenwriter Alan Trustman interviewed by John Shea
Friday, December 1
11 A.M. – 12 P.M.
FREE Admission
Bennett Hall
62 Centre Street

Please contact TWN for more information at 508-228-9001


An evening with renowned screenwriter Alan Trustman to benefit the Nantucket Historical Association

Cocktails & Conversation
Friday, December 1
5 – 7 P.M.
$65 per ticket
Hosted by Betsy and Bill Delphos
3 Milk Street

Dinner, Music & Mingling
Friday, December 1
7:30 P.M.
$250 per ticket (Limited seating)
75 Main Street

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Alan Trustman is an American lawyer, currency trader, and pari-mutuel operator, but he is undoubtedly best known as the screenwriter of The Thomas Crown Affair, Bullitt, and They Call Me Mr. Tibbs! Written in 1967, The Thomas Crown Affair was his first screenplay. Some years earlier, Trustman's law office had overlooked the First National Bank of Boston, and from this vantage point, he observed the bank procedures that led to his screenplay about a business tycoon who commits the perfect crime. The 1968 film details the elaborate robbery and the actions of the insurance adjuster, played by Faye Dunaway, who unravels the crime only to fall in love with the millionaire miscreant, played by Steve McQueen. The Thomas Crown Affair was immediately followed by Trustman's success with Bullitt, another film starring McQueen, which grossed a then- impressive $62 million. The New York Times placed the film on its 2004 list of The Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made.