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Aug11

Cape Cod Baseball League Season 2015

Cape Wide

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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)

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Jan3

Annual Brewster in Bloom Festival

Brewster

Town-wide festival, including arts & crafts, live music, parade and historic inn tour.

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Jan21

Annual Strawberry Festival

Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main Street, Wellfleet

Strawberry Festival

Call for information: 508-349-9157

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Jul3

Yarmouth Summer Celebration

Yarmouth

Kids'/Family Events
 
Check website for more information

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Jun2

Wellfleet Restaurant Week

Wellfleet

Come see what Wellfleet has to offer and sample the cuisine at our fantastic restaurants!

Jun4

Rum Dinner

The Barnstable Restaurant & Tavern, 3176 Main St, Barnstable

Starting at 6:30 PM

Ending at 9:00 PM

Checkout Menu.


Call for reservations: 508-362-2355

 

Jun4

11th Annual "A Day of Words, Wit and Wisdom"

Wychmere Beach Club, Harwich Port

Starting at 8:30 AM

Ending at 2:30 PM

The 11th annual "A Day of Words, Wit and Wisdom" to benefit WE CAN will be held on Thursday, June 4, 2015, from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, at the Wychmere Beach Club, Harwich Port, MA.

This year’s featured panelists are award-winning authors Chris Bohjalian, Lily King, and Paula McLain. Dr. Patricia Donahoe will be honored as WE CAN’s Woman of the Year. The first female Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Donahoe is renowned around the world for her dedication to research and surgical practices that can improve or save the lives of women and children. Anne LeClaire, WE CAN Special Advisor and distinguished author will emcee the event.

Tickets to the event on sale beginning at 10:00 AM on Monday, April 13th, by credit card, only at www.wecancenter.org or 508-430-8111.

Jun5

7th Annual Captain's Soiree

Captain David Kelley House 539 Main Street Centerville

Starting at 6:00 PM

Ending at 9:00 PM

This Museum Fund Raising Event is hosted by and held at:

Captain David Kelley House  539 Main Street  Centerville

Join us for an early evening lawn & veranda soiree with exceptionally tasty victuals and great libations.

Our theme this year is: the color WHITE

Theme prizes for the best and most imaginative white outfits

Raffle of elegant items

Live Music by Two Cool

Advance Paid Reservations

Member $45.00 per person; Nonmember $55.00 per person

Call Museum for Reservations.

508-775-0331

Jun6

19th Annual Cape Cod Maritime History Symposium

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending at 3:00 PM

This annual symposium runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Lectures include "Mashpee Indian Wahlers: 1610-1910" by Ramona Peters, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Historic Preservation Officer; "The Sol-e-Mar Disaster Off Martha’s Vineyard" by author and historian Captain W. Russell Webster (USCG Ret.); "Environmental Crossroads:  Understanding the Past, Preparing for the Future" by Heather M. H. Goldstone, Ph.D., Science Editor, WCAI & WGBH News; and "The Art of the Yankee Whale Hunt" by Michael Dyer, Senior Historian, New Bedford Whaling Museum. Cost is $25 per person (includes luncheon).

Jun6

Orleans Historical Society's Annual Antique Show

Orleans Historical Society Meeting House Museum, Main Street and River Road, Orleans

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending at 3:30 PM

Find treasures that you will enjoy for a lifetime at the Orleans Historical Society’s Annual Antique Show held on the grounds of the Meeting House Museum at Main Street and River Road, Orleans, MA. Rain or shine, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., come browse the merchandise of more than 30 well known, quality dealers from across Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts. Enjoy lunch on the site. Admission of $6.00, children and students free, includes a tour of the museum. For more information, go to www.orleanshistoricalsociety.org or call 508-240 1329.

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Jun7

Nantucket Spring Restaurant Week

Nantucket

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.

Jun12

Summer Nocturne Opening Reception

Centerville Historical Museum, 513 Main St, Centerville

Starting at 5:00 PM

Ending at 7:00 PM

Clay, Colored Pencil, Glass, Fabric, Pastel and Photography

Featuring Artists:

Betsy Pane Cook, Hollis Engley, Julie Lariviere, L. Michelle Law,

Yukimi Matsumoto, Kimberly Jane Sheerin and Frank Winters

Jun13

Annual Auction

Centerville Public Library, 585 Main Street, Centerville

Jun14

Annual Sheep Festival

Taylor-Bray Farm, 108 Bray Farm Road North, Yarmouth Port

With June's beautiful weather, the festival attracts a huge crowd. Watch demonstrations of sheep shearing and herding, wool dying, spinning and weaving.

Kids love seeing the new lambs and the all the other animals. Everybody enjoys the hayrides with Farmer Don.

The silent auction to raise money for the care of the animals and maintenance of the farm has a fascinating array of items donated by our supporters. If your bid doesn't earn you what you wanted, you can stock up on Taylor-Bray hats, tee-shirts, activity books and shopping bags.

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Jun14

Annual Cape Cod Chowdah Classic 2015

Hyannis Youth and Community Center, Hyannis

Check with Website for further information.

Jun16

FREE COMMUNITY DINNER

Northside United Methodist Church, 701 Airline Road, Brewster

Starting at 5:00 PM

Ending at 6:30 PM

COME ONE, COME ALL!!!!!!!
FREE COMMUNITY DINNER
BBQ (HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS, CHIPS, SALAD, DESSERT)
QUESTIONS: 508-385-8622
 
FREE WILL OFFERING TO BENEFIT LOCAL OUTREACH

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Jun17

30 Under 30

Featherstone Center for the Arts, Oak Bluffs

Call for information:

508 693 1850

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Jun18

7th Annual Martha's Vineyard Restaurant Week

Martha's Vineyard

Island Dining at its Best!

Enjoy lunch or dinner offerings at Island restaurants. From fine dining to casual family meals come explore, savor & experience.

Among the many attractions of Martha’s Vineyard are its restaurants. Fresh seafood, farm to table dining,  great snacks and pizza as well as offerings from talented chefs with a global outlook contribute to the variety and excellence offered.

Jun18

A Taste of the Vineyard Gourmet Stroll

Dr. Daniel Fisher House, Edgartown

Starting at 6:30 PM

The Taste of the Vineyard is the kick-off to the Vineyard's summer social season. Thursday night's Gourmet Stroll offers the Island's best food, wine and hand-crafted beers from over 75 outstanding fine food and beverage participants. Then, dance to Jerry Bennett and the Sultans of Swing's 12 piece band. The Stroll is a sell-out event each year so don't delay! Tickets for 2015 will go on sale mid-May.

Tickets: $150

Jun20

Outriders Boston to Provincetown Bike Ride

Boston - Provincetown

Mark your calendars for June 20, 2015 for the best one day Boston to Provincetown bicycle ride. This is a social ride and requires no fundraising. Even better, it is a weekend happening and a great way to kick off your summer vacation and bicycling season. We are a diverse group of people (mostly gay and lesbian, but all are welcome to the challenge). It is a serious ride, but many who go are also recreational riders who are looking to up their miles. All day long, you will be supported by an outstanding support crew and supplied with all that you need to cross the finish line. So talk it up with your friends and family and register today!

Jun20

Orleans Garden Tour

Nauset Reginal Middle School Greenhouse, Orleans

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending at 4:00 PM

You’re Invited: “A GARDEN IS A TREASURE,” Orleans Improvement Association’s Annual Garden Tour
June 20, 2015, 10am – 4pm – Rain or Shine
Six Privately Owned Gardens with Master Gardeners at each site. Live music and plein air painting in selected gardens, followed by complimentary wine & cheese gallery receptions. For more information, visit orleansimprovement.org.

Jun20

A Taste of the Vineyard Patrons' Dinner Dance and Auction

Dr. Daniel Fisher House, Edgartown

Starting at 6:00 PM

At the Patrons' Dinner Dance and Auction, you'll feast on delectable hors d'oeuvres and savor fine beverages while catching up with old friends and previewing the auction.

After an entertaining cocktail hour, you'll be invited to be seated for a palate-pleasing dinner with a tantalizing menu.  Be sure to wear your dancing shoes - our orchestra will have your toes tapping and you'll soon be ready to cut a rug!

During our Gala Auction, you'll have the opportunity to bid on some of the most unique and coveted items ever presented for auction.  There's always a surprise in store!

Tickets: $250

Jun20

13th Annual 5K Run/Walk for the Arts

Cultural Center, 307 Old Main Street, South Yarmouth

Starting at 9:00 AM

The whole family can be a part of this event in the scenic Bass River village of S. Yarmouth. Choose between the 5K competitive run, 5K non-competitive walk, or kids’ fun run for children 10 and under. Walkers begin at 9 a.m., runners begin at 9:30 a.m.  The first 100 pre-registered participants will receive a commemorative Run/Walk for the Arts t-shirt. Registration the day of the event is $20. Teams registering pay $15 per person. Raise $50 or more in pledges and your registration is free.

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Jun21

Nantucket Book Festival

Nantucket

The Nantucket Book Festival is a multi-day cultural event celebrating the rich literary resources of Nantucket's past, present and future. The Festival seeks to create and renew enthusiasm for books, connect authors and readers, encourage a love of reading and writing among young people, raise funds for literary causes, and promote Nantucket Island as an oasis and haven for the literary arts.

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Jun21

17th Annual Provincetown International Film Festival

Provincetown

The Provincetown Film Festival (PIFF) PFS first started out as the Provincetown Film Festival (PIFF) in 1999 as a means to attract economic development to the town during the shoulder month of June. Since then, the festival has attracted millions of dollars to the town and has become one of the country's preeminent film festivals. It presents a diverse array of American and international narrative features, documentaries and short films, while highlighting the unique attributes of Provincetown's rich and diverse history as an arts colony, Portuguese fishing village, gay and lesbian mecca, and a town first inhabited by Native Americans.

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Jun21

2015 Theatre on Ice National Competition

Hyannis Youth and Community Center, Hyannis

Check with Website for more information.

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Jun21

Arts and Craft Festival at the Car Show

Village Green, Main Street, Hyannis

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending on Jun 21 at 4:00 PM

Lovely in Town Green plus a huge Car Show on Sunday!

Free Admission – Outdoor Event

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Jun21

Hands on the Arts Festival

Windmill Green on Rt. 6 in Eastham

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending on Jun 21 at 5:00 PM

The FREE festival features a juried arts and crafts show and sale with original works by more than 40 local artisans.

Local artists, including  members of the Cape Cod Artisans Guild, will be selling hand-crafted jewelry; pottery; panoramic wood burnings; watercolor, oil and fabric paintings; stained glass; weaving; wire wrapping; prints; photography; wood crafts and more.

The festival also includes entertainment and "hands on" art activities for children. More information will be posted as the date approaches.

Jun21

Father's Day

The Barnstable Restaurant & Tavern, 3176 Main St, Barnstable

Starting at 11:30 AM

Ending at 2:30 PM

The Barnstable Restaurant and Tavern will be open and serving brunch on Father's day plus our regular menu from 11:30 - 2:30 and our regular menu with specials for dinner!
Call for reservations at 508-362-2355

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Jun21

Arts Alive

Falmouth LibraryLawn, Falmouth

Starting at 5:00 PM

Ending on Jun 21 at 5:00 PM

Arts Alive is free 3-day celebration of the arts in Falmouth and the Upper Cape. This year it will be on Friday, June 19, 5 to 9pm; Saturday, June 20, 10am to 9pm; and Sunday, June 21, 11am to 5pm.

 

60 performances of Theater, Spoken Word, Dance and Music for all tastes - jazz, classical, folk and fiddle, show tunes.

 

Town Dance on Friday night, a Rock Fest Saturday Night.

 

More than 50 artisans and crafts people display and sell their wares.

 

All free and everyone welcome – rain or shine!

Jun24

Wine Dinner

The Barnstable Restaurant & Tavern, 3176 Main St, Barnstable

Starting at 6:30 PM

Ending at 9:00 PM

Checkout Menu.

Call for reservations: 508-362-2355

Jun25

Centerville House Tour

Centerville Historical Museum, 513 Main St, Centerville

Jun25

1st Annual Cape Cod Shell Show

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cape Cod, 287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis

The show is planned as an artistic show with several competitive artistic categories, both professional and non-professional. The purpose of the show is to create an informative and fun atmosphere for exhibitor and those attending the show. 

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Jun27

20th Annual All Cape Show

Creative Arts Center, Chatham

Art Event

Jun27

Brewster Historical Society's 42nd Annual Antique Fair

Drummer Boy Park, Brewster

Brewster Antique Fair

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Jun28

Provincetown Portuguese Festival & Blessing of the Fleet

Provincetown

One of the Best Festivals on the Cape!!!!

Jun28

WCOD Cape Cod Chowder Festival

Cape Cod Melody Tent, 21 West Main Street, Hyannis

Starting at 12:00 PM

$14 for adults, $5 for children under 10. $20 DOE

Children 2 years and under are free.


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Jun29

Annual Art in the Village Festival

Route 6A/Main Street in Barnstable Village

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending on Jun 29 at 4:00 PM

Join us Saturday June 28 and Sunday June 29, 2014 for the 12th Annual Art in the Village festival. Paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography and more. Children’s activities, too –  face painting, and more. Enjoy live music throughout the day, bid on great auction items.

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May29

Nantucket Film Festival

Nantucket

Located 30 miles out to sea, The Nantucket Film Festival thrives off the rich history and beautiful landscape of this island paradise. For almost two decades, NFF has developed a vast network of local partnerships, attracting thousands of festival patrons each year.

Whether it’s the island location, the intimate size of the event, or the relaxed nature of our guests, meaningful connections are the norm not the exception.

May30

Wellfleet Harborfest

East End of Wellfleet Town Pier

Kick off the summer season with the very best of what Wellfleet has to offer: vendors, live entertainment, unique local food, outdoor activities, raffles and a maritime-related flea market.

May30

MV Wine & Spirits Spring Grand Wine Tasting

MV Wine & Spirits 17a Airport Road, Edgartown

Starting at 2:00 PM

Ending at 5:00 PM

MV Wine & Spirits invites you to its Spring Grand Wine Tasting.  Explore a world of  wines to serve and enjoy all summer long!  2-5 pm.  This is a 21+ event.

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May30

Osterville's Nautical Hunt Shopping Weekend

Osterville

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending on May 30 at 6:00 PM

Shop in the Village of Osterville during the weekend of May 29 & 30, and participating merchants will offer 10% off of any item with a Nautical theme or décor during shopping hours! Participating merchants will be identified by a “Nautical Hunt” poster in their windows.  A “Nautical” Scavenger Hunt will also take place (no charge to participate)!

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Nov30

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

Provincetown

Open

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Oct12

Tours of Highland Lighthouse

Highland Lighthouse, 27 Highland Light Road, North Truro

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending on Oct 12 at 5:30 PM

Tours seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through early October. A visit to Cape Cod National Seashore isn't complete until you've visited the historic Highland Light in North Truro. The 69-step climb up a narrow staircase rewards visitors with spectacular views of Cape Cod and beyond. On a clear day views extend more than 20 miles across the Atlantic Ocean and bay of Cape Cod. To ensure the safety of all visitors, the minimum height requirement to climb the lighthouse is 48".

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Oct14

The Sandwich Bazaar

Oakcrest Cove Field, #34 Quaker Meeting House Road, Sandwich

Starting at 6:00 AM

Ending on Oct 14 at 12:00 PM

Cape Cod's Premier Flea Market
  
 "You never know what you might find at The Sandwich Bazaar!!"
 
 
Every Wednesday from April 29th - October 14th, 2015
6am - Noon
 AND
Every Sunday  June 28th - September 6th, 2015
7am - 1pm
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Free Admission and plenty of Free Parking
Call for more information
Lisa Davis    508.685.2767

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Oct15

Secret Shelters: an outdoor art exhibit

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

Heritage Museums & Gardens will be hosting nine artists who have created art installations to interpret the words “secret shelters”. Explore these artistic shelters tucked around Heritage’s trees, hills and hidden spaces! Secret Shelters features designs by artists and architects for contemplating nature, practicing the art of meditation, writing poetry, gazing at the heavens and more. Each installation will be displayed in a way that visitors can enter and contemplate the grounds of Heritage from their artistically composed vantage points.

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Oct15

Opening of Driven to Collect and American Art Collection Exhibits

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

Starting at 10:00 AM

Ending on Oct 15 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. The Heritage Collection will be open daily from April 18 – October 15.
Free with museum admission.

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Oct25

Tours at Nauset Lighthouse

Nauset Lighthouse, Eastham

Starting at 1:00 PM

Ending on Oct 25 at 4:00 PM

The NLPS provides public tours of Nauset Lighthouse and the oil house on Sundays May through late October and also on Wednesdays during July and August. Educational groups can arrange special tours of the lighthouse at any time of the year by emailing NLPS or calling our message service. Volunteers provide the historic background of the lighthouse station and conduct tours to the top of the tower. Tours are free and open to the public (donations accepted).

The tower will be open for tours in 2015 every Sunday from May 10 through October 25 as well as Wednesdays in July and August. Our annual moonlight Full Moon Tour will close our season on Tuesday, October 27.

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Sep12

Summer Nocturne Exhibit

Centerville Historical Museum, 513 Main St, Centerville

Clay, Colored Pencil, Glass, Fabric, Pastel and Photography

Featuring Artists:

Betsy Pane Cook, Hollis Engley, Julie Lariviere, L. Michelle Law,

Yukimi Matsumoto, Kimberly Jane Sheerin and Frank Winters

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Sep18

Osterville Farmers' Market Opening Day

Osterville Historical Museum, 155 West Bay Road, Osterville

Starting at 9:00 AM

Ending on Sep 18 at 1:00 PM

On the grounds of the Osterville Museum campus. Enjoy breads, fruit, vegetables, flowers, jams, honey, butters, meats, cup cakes, cookies, salads, soaps, and so much more.

 

Every Friday - through September 18.

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Sep27

The Art of the Wyeth Family Exhibit

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich

“I want to show Americans what America is like,” Andrew Wyeth once declared. Together with his father N.C. and his son Jamie, Andrew Wyeth has helped to shape how Americans view themselves, their history, and their aspirations. Consisting of works by all three artists, the exhibition The Wyeths: America Reflected will elucidate such quintessentially American themes as: patriotism and the meaning of America; family; the significance of place; and the role of storytelling.

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Sep27

HyArts Shanties on Hyannis Harbor

Ocean Street, Hyannis

A visit to the artist shanties guarantees a cultural experience that is unmatched! This is a unique opportunity to meet Cape Cod artists and watch them work along the inspiring backdrop of Hyannis Harbor. Works vary and include photography; painting (acrylics, oils, pastels, watercolors, etc.); handmade jewelry from metals, gemstones, glass, beach stones and more; ceramics; mosaics; mariner knot work; wood carving; tapestry; fiber art and much more!

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