On July 25, Cape Cod Beer will offer an extremely limited amount of “Christmas in July.”
Cape Cod Beer has been aging Old Man Winter beer in a Notch whiskey barrel for the last four months to produce “Christmas in July.”
Old Man Winter is a British-Style Old Ale that won 1st Place in the Strong Beer-Old Ale category at the 18th Great International Beer Competition. The dark, malty brew weighs in at 7% ABV and is made with over 1,000 pounds of malted barley.
Drawing Adventures for Teens and Tweens. Ages 10-15Instructor: Kendra DAngoraDay: MondaysTime: 2pm-4pmPrice: $125 for full session/$25 per class
This class is for those who wish to polish their skills. Using paint, pencil and pastels, we will explore portraits, land or sky scenes, or your favorite band logo design. Bring whatever ideas you have in your head, or a photo to use as reference. Create masterpieces to be proud of.
July 25-AcrylicsAugust 1-WatercolorAugust 8-Pencils, pen or charcoalAugust 15-PastelsAugust 22-Colored pencil or watercolors
Mondays in the Summer: 5:30 pm-dusk
July 26th: Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Movie starts at dusk.
Welcome photographers and walkers, beginners and advanced, young and old, to the Hyannis Cape Cod PhotoWalk created by the Cape Cod Art Association! The PhotoWalk starts at 10:00AM every Tuesday in July and August starting at the JFK Museum, 397 Main street. Parking is free in the large municipal parking lot behind the JFK Museum and on the street.
Cost for the PhotoWalk is only $20 for adults, $15 for seniors or students, $10 for children12 and under, with accompanying adult. Pre-registration on the CCAA website is preferred; cash payment is accepted at the tour.”
JUNIOR PLAYERS Morning Matinees! NICK TICKLE FAIRY TALE DETECTIVE by Steph DeFerie
Tuesdays and Thursdays on July 26, 28 August 2, 4, 16, 18, 23, 25 at 11am.
All tickets are $10.
Tuesdays: 6-7:30 pm
Our popular Hidden Harbors PhotoTours return! Journey off the beaten track to explore and photograph classic scenes of Cape Cod. Each week, photographer John Tunney will guide a group to a new area to capture some of the Cape’s special magic. We will visit secluded beaches, quiet town landings, harbors and marshes, as well as occasional stops at nearby sites such as watermills, windmills and lighthouses. John will offer instruction and tips on creative photography techniques, composition and how to “see” a scene.