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.
With so many things to do around the Outer Cape, the coming Holidays adds even more family fun. From bake and craft sales to the Annual Lighting of the trees, here’s some highlights of the events. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!
|Lighting of the Provincetown Monument
November 27, 2013
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The annual lighting of the Pilgrim Monument, which celebrates the Pilgrim’s First Landing in America at Provincetown.
|Annual Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree
November 30, 2013
The annual lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree, come celebrate what it mean to be a fisherman in a wonderful coastal town.
|Model Trains Holiday Open House
November 30 and December 7, 14, 21 and 28 (Saturdays)
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Beginning its 25th year, the Nauset Model Railroad Club is excited to welcome visitors to its holiday Open House events. Come see the model trains dashing through 2,000 square feet of urban and mountain scenery on five different scale layouts. There’s fun for the whole family! The club is located in the rear lower level of Hilltop Plaza, 180 Route 6A in Orleans. Admission is FREE.
|A Seaside Christmas in Orleans
November 30, 2013
Orleans Yacht Club
8am-10am: Pancake Breakfast with Mrs. Claus
Breakfast spread by the Hole-In-One Restaurant, $7 adults, $5 kids
10am-Noon: Santa Arrives By Boat
Santa will travel from the OYC down the street to Snow’s Home & Garden, where he will visit with children.
|1st Annual Santa Stampede 5K Run/Walk
December 7, 2013
Race starts: 11:00am at Joe’s Beach Road Bar & Grill, Orleans
Registration Fee: $20.00
A Fun Family Friendly Event! Kids Only Run Too! Get your Santa suit, elf costume, antlers, stockings and lights! Create a festive costume and enter our Holiday Costume Contest! Walkers welcome!
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After race party celebration and Award Ceremony held at Joe’s Beach Road Bar and Grille at The Barley Neck Inn! There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd for fastest Santa’s, Mrs. Claus’, Mini Claus and most creative Holiday Costumes! Enjoy festive holiday music, hot chocolate, milk & cookies and more surprises featured as a part of the route. Meet Mrs. Claus at our Milk and Cookie Stop!
|Chatham Historic Inn Tour
December 15, 2013
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Chatham’s most beautiful historic inns are all decorated for the holidays and they are opening their doors for public tours!
|Eastham Holiday Festival
December 7, 2013
10:00am – 1:00pm
Sponsored by the Gift Barn & the Eastham Chamber of Commerce, this free event draws hundreds of children every year to help kick off the holiday season. This festive day includes a visit with Santa at the Gift Barn 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tell him about your Christmas list and get some free goodies! Then ride the free trolley to the Orleans-Eastham Elks Lodge to create holiday crafts, get your face painted, and enjoy entertainment. Refreshments, gifts, and more. To brighten the spirits of those less fortunate, we ask of those who wish to help, to bring a new unwrapped toy of any value to the Elks Lodge.
December 14th & 15th, 2013
10:00am Wellfleet Preservation Hall
Upstairs at the Hall, there will be lots of great gifts and baked goods, made by local artists, are on sale. Don’t miss your chance to pick up something unique for a special person in your life or even for yourself.