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Now the longest continually running road race on Martha's Vineyard, the Chappy Point to Point is a 5 mile road race from the waters of Wasque Point to the ferry at Chappy Point. Registration is limited to 250 runners.
Race bibs can be picked up on August 28th at Memorial Wharf between 4:00 - 5:00 pm or in the Chappy Ferry parking lot from 7:00 to 8:00 am on August 29. Runners who pick up their bibs on Saturday will receive a free passenger round trip on the Chappy Ferry. Vans will shuttle runners from the Parking Lot to the starting point at Wasque Point. Double strollers, skates, animals, scooters, and skateboards are prohibited. Single strollers are strongly discouraged. If you must run with a stroller, exercise extreme caution and start toward rear of pack.
Official Chappy Point to Point sweatshirts are available at Soft as a Grape on Dock Street in Edgartown.
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Chappaquiddick Tribe of the Wampanoag Nation’s Cultural, Historical, and Educational Program
This year, net proceeds from the Chappy Point to Point, a Project of the Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation, will go to The Chappaquiddick Tribe of the Wampanoag Nation’s Cultural, Historical, and Educational Program. As noted by the Tribe:
"The 12,000 year history of the Chappaquiddick Wampanoag is rich and an important component to the Island’s story. As a tribal community we honor Moshup the creator of Noepe (Martha’s Vineyard) and Ohke, Mother Earth, and understand the importance of following the Original Instructions from The Great Spirit to be the caretakers of the land. We continue to gather, fish, hunt, shellfish, protect traditional cultural properties and hold ceremony on Chappaquiddick. Our Ancestors, who are buried and rest on Chappaquiddick passed down cultural knowledge, and shared stories that we carry and must be documented and shared.”
The funds raised will be used for construction of a traditional dwelling called a wetu to be located near the swimming beach at Wasque. The wetu project will include the development of information on the Chappaquiddick Tribe of the Wampanoag Nation and the island ecosystem to be displayed both near the structure and at the Chappy Community Center. A supplemental educational program involving annual talks will also be created. Construction of the wetu will take place in the Spring of 2022. Read more about the Tribe at: https://chappaquiddickwampanoag.org/
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Landscope * Soft As A Grape * Detente * Rockfish * Slip Away Farm * Yoga on the Vine * Town Bar and Grill MV * Martha’s Vineyard Audio Visual * Chappaquiddick Wood Co. * Larry's Tackle * Reynolds, Rappaport, Kaplan & Hackney, LLC
Allison Keel * Aurora Holley * Boyer Family * Colvin Family * Connie Roosevelt * Costantini Family * Cynthia Young * Dropick Family * Dyroff Family * Eric Green * Fager Family * Gael Doar * Gazarian Family * Hal Scott Family * Harmon Family * Hubbard Family * Hunter Family * Jonathan Phinney * Kessler Family * Lindahl Family * London Leland * Long Family * McAuley Family * Roberta Miceli * Sally Cunningham * Sasaha Leland * Schifter Family * Scriven Family * Sevda Kleinman * Spiro Family * Thebault Family * Tim Leland
This course is USATF Certified.
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