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You can also see the fireworks display from many of the Cape Cod Bay side beaches.
They’ll be off at a distance, but still fun to see.
For More Fireworks and Events Information
Visit: Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Events
Date: July 5, 2015 (rain date July 6th)
Place: Rock Harbor
Date: July 4, 2015
Place: Provincetown Harbor
Wednesday, January 21, 2015 to Wednesday, April 15, 2015
The Fund for Animals Cape Wildlife Center is proud to present its “Wildlife on Tap” lecture series, sponsored by Cape Cod Beer. The monthly lectures will be held on Wednesday evenings, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Cape Cod Beer, 1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis. A donation of $10 per person will include admission, free popcorn and other goodies. All proceeds will help Cape Wildlife Center care for about 2,000 patients in 2014. The brewery’s award-winning beer will be available for $5 a pint.
Enjoy CJazz, the Conservatory Jazz Ensemble. CJazz features youth and adult students performing jazz standards, Bebop, swing, Latin and smooth jazz. The ensembles have played at concerts, private events, before Cape Symphony concerts and even the Charlie Baker inaugural ceremony. Program Director: Bart Weisman.
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 – 5:00pm
Address: Old Jailhouse Tavern, 28 West Road, Orleans, MA
For More Dates Visit: http://www.capeconservatory.org
Saturday, March 21, 2015 – 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Elks Lodge across from the Sheraton/Four Points in Eastham.
Fee: $10 per person
Food will be provided by The Fairway restaurant in Eastham and there will be a cash bar and raffles.
Local band The Rip It Ups will be featured, performing a range of songs and musical styles. Fronted by dynamic vocalist Jodi Birchall, the band plays everything from ballads, originals, and country-and-western to great jazz, blues and rock, and always with a lot of energy.
The line-up for the band at this year’s party includes Paul Dinsmore and Gary Locke who played with the Bluesdusters for many years, guitarist Tad Price who has played with Sarah Burrill and currently with Cla Da Bossa Nova, Paul Lesniak also of Cla Da Bossa Nova and Steve Morgan & the Kingfish, as well as bassist Ron Siegel and drummer Liam Hogg who have played on the Cape for many years with bands like Earth Junior and Sarah Swain, Liam is also a member of The Luster Kings.
For More Information: http://www.womr.org
The eleventh month of the year, even though the name “Novem” in Latin means nine. It is the month of celebration, of thankfulness, of mindfulness. November is also Sweet Potato Awareness month. For the cooler nights you might want to try Spicy Sweet Potato and Coconut Soup for something different. We’ve had a really mild fall this year, with lovely warm days and cool nights. Soon enough the trend will change to winter. But not just yet.
Now is the time of the swish of drying leaves as the breeze stirs them to rustling, those that still cling to the trees that is. A light jacket is all you need when walking along the sun soaked bike paths. A rare sound of a lawn mower hangs in the distance, perhaps a leaf blower as well. Smiles are held with ease as you pass another, the sun still calls… beckoning your presence. A last hurrah before the cooler days come.
Check out this year’s November Events : Cape Cod November Events. We’ll see you there.
Lazy hot days of summer now turn to the cool nights of Autumn. The air begins to cool, brisk mornings turn to cool days and nights. Leaves begin to change their colors, russets, golds and crimsons are painted with a slow hand among the greens of the trees. Each day brings more brilliant hues against the background of the signature azure Cape Cod sky.
October brings more than the colors of the trees, the fall harvest has started. Gourds, apples, squash, onions, garlic, fragrant hays, cranberries and of course the pumpkins. Cranberry, the official berry of Cape Cod. Pumpkin, the official flavor of October. With a variable plethora of culinary delights to take your pick from be it coffee, donuts, muffins, pie, cake, cheesecake, cookies, tarts, ice cream, dips, breads and soups!
Events abound all across the Cape as well. Each with their own unique color and flair. Take a look to see what you can do while you are here. >> Fall Cape Cod Events <<
Fun Fall Things to do on Cape Cod
Local color, local flavors, local FUN! Here’s a quick list of some of the great Fall activities for Cape Cod.
38th Annual Cranberry Festival – September 13 & 14, Brooks Park, Harwich
The Harwich Cranberry Arts & Music Festival is a two day event held in Brooks Park at the corner of Main and Oak Street In the park there will be 130 different vendors selling handmade craft items. Entry to the park is FREE, so is the Parking.
50,000+ Patrons over 3 fun filled days! Tickets are not necessary to enjoy our great line-up, all performances can be enjoyed as part of the General Admission price of $6 per person, Children 6-12 just $2 and 5 & Under, Enter FREE
- Famous Fried Scallop & Herb Roasted Chicken Dinners
- Food Court – Beer & Wine, Chowder, Lobster Rolls, Raw Bar, Hotdogs, Burgers, Salads, Wraps, Fried Dough
- Juried Arts & Craft Show
- Fantastic Entertainment
- Midway of Rides & Games
Kick off Friday evening with “Sea Chanteys” by the Rum Soaked Crooks. During the weekend enjoy kayaking, sailing, paddleboarding, sand sculpture, walks, talks, tours, kids activities, bike ride, concert & bonfire at Nauset Beach. All events are FREE!
More Information: Event Flyer (Click Here)
Boston Globe List of Free Things to do on Cape Cod
Trip Advistor’s 2014 List of Best Beaches on Cape Cod
#1 Race Point Beach, Provincetown
#3 Marconi Beach, Wellfleet
#4 Nauset Beach, Orleans
Cove Beach, Provincetown
#6 Skaket Beach, Orleans
#7 Long Point, Provincetown
#8 Sandy Neck Beach, Barnstable
#9 Old Silver Beach, Falmouth
Courtesy of : http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/travel/2014/06/26/best-beaches-cape-cod-according-tripadvisor/vMVSFSYBaoa51Tu4NzrRmL/story.html