The Attic Treasures Tag Sale has something for everyone plus the chance to win a beautiful Valentine’s Day Gift Basket. Items will include jewelry and handmade Valentines, perfect for that special someone, along with all kinds of unique and vintage items, at wonderful prices. The sale runs from 9 AM – 4 PM on Saturday, February 13 at Liberty Hall, 2150 Main Street, Marstons Mills, right next to the library.
BREAD BAKING WORKSHOP WITH THE PLIMOTH BREAD CO.
Don your aprons and prepare to get your hands dirty with this crash course in wood-fired baking. “Thirded bread” from mixed corn, wheat and rye flours, and delicate white bread would have been familiar tastes to Pilgrims baking for themselves in wood-fired clay ovens. Join Plimoth Bread Co.’s Artisan Baker, Dr. Tani Mauriello, to mix, knead, mold and bake these early New England-style loaves.
$55 members, $66 nonmembers
On Saturday, February 13 from 2 to 5, the Addison Art Gallery will hold a holiday weekend Open House and Reception celebrating Art with Heart, an exhibit of diverse new works celebrating Valentine’s Day and benefitting Cape Cod Hospital. “Cape Cod Hospital’s Emergency Center is one of the busiest in the state, with over 85,000 patient visits a year” said Kevin Ralph, chief development officer for Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation. “We are grateful for the generosity of our friends at the Addison Gallery and their commitment to enhancing the health and well-being of Cape Cod residents and vis
Sassy. Smooth. Simply intoxicating - like Natalie Cole meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler, with a dash of Chris Botti tossed in. Think sophisticated pop/jazz without taking herself too seriously, think naughty blues with a sizzling trumpet, think love songs that make you swoon, think funny, think Wow, what a voice, what a show!
Heat up on a cold night. Fierce beats delivered by DJ Maryalice. Old Skool Disco House Party. $10 cover to support Forty to None Project: Working to End Homelessness Among LGBT Youth. Presented by The Crown & Anchor and Roux Provincetown
John Nye Cullity, President of the Sandwich Conservation Trust and local historian, presents a special slide program on the history of this popular 135 acre preserve. Mr. Cullity describes its geography and history including Native American use, farming, the dock, shipyard and salt works on Scorton Creek, 75 years of game farm use, and the preservation story. The property is currently managed by the Thornton W.
Cape Cod Art Association presents the Artist's Choice Exhibit from February 15-March 13, 2016. The public is invited to view the exhibit and vote to determine which exhibitors will receive an award. The award categories are Best of Show, Most Creative, Best Landscape, and Best Abstract. The opening reception for the exhibit is Thursday, February 18 from 5:00PM-7:00PM. The awards will be presented on Thursday, March 24 from 5:00PM-7:00PM.