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Dec31

Cape Cod Beer Tours

Cape Cod Beer, 1336 Phinney's Lane, Hyannis

Retail Hours:
Weekdays (M- F): 10am to 6pm
Saturdays:  11 am to 3 pm
Sundays: CLOSED

Guided Tours:

Guided tour once a day at 11:00 am Monday through Saturdays.

We are a production brewery so one tour a day is all we can handle in terms of interrupting our warehouse space.  If you miss the tour for the day feel free to come by for a TASTING anyway!

Beer Tastings available during retail hours.
$5 includes five 3oz samples and logo tasting glass to take home as a souvenir!

Please note that we stop selling samples about  30 minutes prior to close and we stop selling pints about 15 minutes prior to close.  Please plan accordingly!

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Dec31

Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory Tour

100 Breed's Hill Road, Hyannis, MA.

Tour Hours:

Monday - Friday,
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Our self-guided tours are free.
Closed Weekends and Holidays.
1-888-881-CHIP (2447)

Jan1

New Year's Day Brunch

Old Yarmouth Inn, 223 Rte 6A, Yarmouth Port

Starting at 10:30 AM

Ending at 2:00 PM

$30 for Adults and $14 for Children under 10 years of age.

Call for Reservations: 508-362-9962

 

From the kitchen
Eggs Benedict—Belgian Waffles
Omelet Station 
Bacon & Sausage
Muffins/Cinnamon Rolls
 Carving Station
London Broil / Whole Sliced Pork Tenderloin Wellington / Applewood smoked Baked Ham
Bread Basket (Ciabatta and assorted dinner rolls)

Hot Line
Honey Dijon Steak Tips/ Wild Mushroom Ravioli in Gorgonzola Cream Sauce
Spinach, Mushroom and Cheese Breakfast Casserole/Home Fried Potatoes
 Seafood Crepes with Lobster Cream Sauce/ Tomatoes Provencal
 Chicken Picatta/ Asparagus
 Slow cooked Brisket/  Macaroni & Cheese
 Baked Stuffed Shrimp with Drawn Butter
 Salad Station
Cream of Vidalia Onion Soup
 Strawberry-cheese croissant
 Smoked Salmon Display
 Garden Salad Zinfandel Vinaigrette
 Tomato & Mozzarella Salad with  Pesto Vinaigrette
 Basil Lime Fruit Salad (melons, strawberries, grapefruit, oranges, blackberries etc)

Dessert 
Brulee Topped NY Cheesecake /  Tiramisu
Toasted Almond Bread Pudding / Apple Crisp
Irish Crème Chocolate  Trifle
 Chocolate Eclairs, Boston Crème Pie, Lemon Squares, Wedding Cookies, Carrot Cake, Macaroons, Chocolate Chip Cookies

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May1

Nantucket Daffodil Weekend 2016

Nantucket

From the first Daffodil Show on Nantucket in 1974, the festival has grown to include many more activities, and surely more daffodils. The tradition was first sponsored by the Nantucket Garden club and was highlighted by the planting of daffodils along Milestone Road. The group had a goal of someday reaching one million daffodils. With the help of island residents and professional landscapers, that goal has been far surpassed. It is estimated from early April to mid-May, three million daffodils bloom and help to decorate present-day Nantucket.

The Daffodil Festival’s grand event held on Saturday - is the Annual Antique Car Parade, which features over 100 daffodil-bedecked vintage cars (pre-registration necessary for participation). After winding through town and across the island to the charming village of Siasconset, participants join residents and visitors for the Annual Daffodil Tailgate Picnic. Held on the lush lawns leading into the village, the picnic boasts fare ranging from elaborate gourmet cuisine served on fine china to box lunches and burgers. Other highlights include the Nantucket Garden Club’s Annual Daffodil Show, Children’s Daffodil Parade, Daffy Hat Pageant and Daffodil Dog Parade.

May5

Cinco de Mayo Tequila Dinner

The Barnstable Restaurant & Tavern, 3176 Main St, Barnstable

Starting at 6:30 PM

Ending at 9:00 PM

The Barnstable Restaurant and Tavern
 
and Diane Slater from Cape Cod Package Store feature

Our 8th annual Tequila Dinner

Call for reservations;

                                  508-362-2355

May7

Gregg Sullivan Quartet

Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 355 Main Street

Starting at 7:00 PM

Prez Hall welcomes the Gregg Sullivan Quartet for their first appearnce at the hall!
Gregg Sullivan (guitar), Fred Boyle (keyboard), Rich Hill (bass), and Bart Weisman (drums).

The Quartet wil perform R&B-jazz-groove tunes from The Crusaders, Steely Dan, Jimmy Smith and many more. Gregg will also play some solo acoustic fingerstyle guitar as well.

Tickets are $15

For more Information and tickets call: 508-349-1800

May7

Beethoven's Ninth Experience

Barnstable Performing Arts Center, 744 West Main Street

Starting at 7:30 PM

Vienna. May 7, 1824. The Kärntnertortheater was packed. It had been twelve long years since Beethoven’s last symphony premiere and people couldn’t wait to hear his Ninth
It featured Vienna’s best soloists, a spectacular chorus and the largest orchestra the composer had ever assembled. Michael Umlauf was the official conductor. Beethoven’s last attempt to conduct an orchestra had been disastrous. You see, the great composer was now completely deaf. On this day, he was only to give the tempos at the beginning of every part.

At the end of the scherzo, the audience broke into wild applause. But, Beethoven couldn’t hear it. Finally, one of the soloists gently turned him toward the audience to receive their approval. It was then they realized how profoundly deaf he was. For the rest of the night, they waved their hands, hats and handkerchiefs in the air and rose for five ovations to praise the miraculous work.

The story of the premiere gives us goose bumps. How Beethoven got to this point is an equally amazing story we’ll share with you through anecdotes, videos and live musical examples with the orchestra. Then you’ll hear what Beethoven never did. The greatest feel-good symphony of all time. Beethoven’s Ninth: the Choral Symphony.

May7

2016 Cape Abilities Harbor Walk and Fun Run!

Village Green, Main Street

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending at 1:00 PM

We are thrilled to once again present this year’s all-inclusive, family-friendly 2016 Cape Abilities HarborWalk Fun Run on Saturday May 7th, at the Hyannis Village Green on Main Street!

Hundreds of people from all walks of life are participating in this annual walk and fun run that starts from and returns to one of Hyannis’ most beautiful parks for music, games, food, prizes, entertainment and wellness activities!

May8

Mother's Day Lunch

Old Yarmouth Inn, 223 Rte 6A, Yarmouth Port

Two Course Lunch -- $20

Menu to Follow

For reservations call: 508-362-9962

May8

Mother's Day Dinner

Old Yarmouth Inn, 223 Rte 6A, Yarmouth Port

Three Course Dinner - $35

Menu to Follow

Please call for reservations:  508-362-9962

May8

MOTHER'S DAY Brunch

Black Cat, 165 Ocean Street, Hyannis

Starting at 11:00 AM

Ending at 3:00 PM

Call for resrvations: 508-778-1233

May8

Mother's Day Dinner

Oysters Too, 876 East Falmouth Hwy, East Falmouth

Starting at 12:00 PM

Ending at 7:00 PM

Now accepting reservations for Mother's Day for all size parties. We are seating from 12 noon to 7:00pm Our menu will be posted to our website approximately 2 weeks prior to the event.

May8

Mother's Day Dinner

The Red Pheasant, 905 Route 6A, Dennis

Starting at 2:00 PM

Ending at 6:00 PM

Please call for Reservations: 508-385-2133

May8

Beethoven's Ninth Experience

Barnstable Performing Arts Center, 744 West Main Street

Starting at 3:00 PM

Vienna. May 7, 1824. The Kärntnertortheater was packed. It had been twelve long years since Beethoven’s last symphony premiere and people couldn’t wait to hear his Ninth
It featured Vienna’s best soloists, a spectacular chorus and the largest orchestra the composer had ever assembled. Michael Umlauf was the official conductor. Beethoven’s last attempt to conduct an orchestra had been disastrous. You see, the great composer was now completely deaf. On this day, he was only to give the tempos at the beginning of every part.

At the end of the scherzo, the audience broke into wild applause. But, Beethoven couldn’t hear it. Finally, one of the soloists gently turned him toward the audience to receive their approval. It was then they realized how profoundly deaf he was. For the rest of the night, they waved their hands, hats and handkerchiefs in the air and rose for five ovations to praise the miraculous work.

The story of the premiere gives us goose bumps. How Beethoven got to this point is an equally amazing story we’ll share with you through anecdotes, videos and live
musical examples with the orchestra. Then you’ll hear what Beethoven never did. The greatest feel-good symphony of all time. Beethoven’s Ninth: the Choral Symphony.

May14

Moonlighters Band

Oysters Too, 876 East Falmouth Hwy, East Falmouth

Starting at 9:00 PM

Ending at 12:30 AM

Don't miss the very best 60's, 70's and 80's dance band around playing all your favorite tunes. Make the night complete by making dinner reservations leading up to the start time. Call (508) 548-9191 Thank you.

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May15

Yard Sale Weekend

Provincetown

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May15

Cape Cod Restaurant Week

Cape - Wide

The Barley Neck Inn -  Orleans

For menu information click here: http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/barley-neck-inn/

Cape Sea Grille - Harwich Port

For menu information click here: http://www.capeseagrille.com/food_and_wine/

Restaurant Week menu NOT AVAILABLE ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY OR SATURDAY

Captain Linnell House

For menu information click here: http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/captain-linnell-house/

Restaurant Week menu NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY

Del Mar Bistro - Chatham

For menu information click here: http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/del-mar-bistro/

Restaurant Week menu NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY or SUNDAY

The Naked Oyster - Hyannis

For menu information click here: http://www.nakedoyster.com/

The Old Yarmouth Inn - Yarmouth

For menu information click here: http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/old-yarmouth-inn/

Oysters Too - Falmouth

For menu information click here: http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/oysters-too-restaurant/

(participating on the following nights: Wed. May 11, Thurs. May 12, Fri, May 13 and Sun, May 15)

Pisces Restaurant & Bar

For menu information click here: http://www.piscesofchatham.com/

The Red Pheasant Inn - Dennis

For menu information click here:  http://www.capecodrestaurantweek.com/restaurant/red-pheasant-inn/

Restaurant Week menu NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAY or SATURDAY

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May22

20th Annual Nantucket Wine Festival

Nantucket

The Nantucket Wine Festival continues to grow in popularity and is considered one of the nation’s most celebrated wine and food events. Not only does this event bring people together to enjoy fabulous wine, food and entertainment, but it also is a major fundraiser for several Nantucket nonprofit organizations. Tickets can be purchased online. Must be 21 years old.

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Oct10

Driven to Collect

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending on Oct 10 at 5:00 PM

Gentlemen, start your engines! This exhibit of cars from the Heritage permanent collection showcases nationally significant and rare antiques. New this year are a 1934 Derby Bentley reminiscent of the cars, time periods, and luxury represented in the 2016 special exhibition CUT! Costume and the Cinema, and a special display of maps made from recycled license plates, created by artist Stephen Blyth.

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Oct10

The Heritage Collection

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending on Oct 10 at 5:00 PM

Celebrate the return of art and artifacts from Heritage’s collection of 12,000+ items in a fresh new display. Beautiful paintings, rare objects, and the famed military miniatures offer examples of American ingenuity and excellence. J.K. Lilly, III founded Heritage Museums & Gardens in honor of his father, J.K. Lilly, Jr., who spent a lifetime amassing great collections of rare books, coins and stamps, as well as American firearms and military miniatures.

 

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Oct17

Cut! Costume and the Cinema

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

Visitors will discover the glamour, luxury and artistry of cinematic couture. Five centuries of fashion and style as interpreted by award-winning costume designers and worn by our favorite stars will be on display along with props, movie clips and photos and movie memorabilia.

Costumes play a critical role in the success of any period film. They set the scene and establish authenticity and ambience. They also reveal clues about a character’s status, age, class and wealth as well as his or her role in the story. Such is the case with the 43 costumes featured in the exhibition, CUT! Costume and the Cinema.

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