Being a quahog, you’d think that I wouldn’t like Thanksgiving, given it’s a day in which people gather around the table and fill their stomachs with food. Yes, it’s hardly the place for a quahog.
As the popular Andy Williams’ song goes, the holidays are “the most wonderful time of the year.”
An upside to the gray days and chilly nights: You have all the more reason to warm up with a bowl (or mug) of clam chowder. This is the time to sample the greatest hits from the summer chowder festivals and discover new favorites—all so good, you might find yourself thinking, “I could eat chowder every night of the week.” I’m with you.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. They can be a mother or father; a son bravely battling cancer; or a grandparent suffering from Alzheimer’s.
By day, they’ll fool you with their autumn color and hushed off-season beauty. By night, Halloween towns from the bridge to Provincetown come alive with haunted houses, enchanted woods, and ghoulish ghost stories. This weekend on the Cape, you’re in for a treat.
Your favorite candy: Gummy bears
Why: Sweet, fun, and kid-friendly
The town of Provincetown is set to host a week of festivities to usher in 2016 at the tip of Cape Cod, Dec. 30 - Jan. 3!
The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce’s B&B Committee has organized a culinary weekend event that will be bursting with fun-filled beer and leisure activities! The second annual Cape Cod Beer, Bed & Breakfast Weekend is set for November 13-15, 2015.
What’s the best time to visit Cape Cod? Any time.
Yep, it was a trick question. But talk to most locals and they will say autumn is one of the most relaxing, enjoyable and thrilling seasons to explore all the Cape has to offer.