An aerial view of the MV Museum's Evening of Discovery.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum held its 20th annual Evening of Disovery fundraiser event at the their new location in Vineyard Haven, that is still under construction.
Champagne and hors d'ouvres were served during the cocktail hour.
Genevieve and Bruce Jefferys take a photo with "Old Hollywood" themed props.
Props inspired by the Evening of Discovery theme, old hollywood, were available for guests to use for photos.
From left, Esme and Paul Laubscher, Tom and Liz Trotter, Leigh Smith and Pam Brock.
Guests bid on silent aution items.
Cathy and Scot McCulloch dressed for the theme, "Old Hollywood."
Guests were given Chilmark Chocolates, MV Museum pins and champagne at their tables.
The old marine hospital, which is still an active construction site, was open for fundraiser guests to see the fnew museum's progress first-hand.
Hors d'oeuvres were served during cocktail hour.
Katie Fuller, MV Museum's operations director, gives opening remarks and thanks.
MV Museum executive director Phil Wallis speaks at the fundraiser event.
MV Museum executive director Phil Wallis spoke emphasized the importance the museum on the Island.
Stever Aubrey, MV Museum board chairman, speaks at the fundraiser.
Stever Aubrey, MV Museum board chairman, wore a museum pin on his suit jacket.
Guests were given MV Museum pins at the annual Evening of Discovery.
After speeches given by the Phil Wallis, MV Museum executive direction, and Stever Aubrey, chairman of the museum board, guests were shown a video that documented the new museum's progress.
"Old Hollywood" was the theme for the Martha's Vineyard Museum's 20th annual Evening of Disovery fundraiser event.