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.
The JFK Hyannis Museum is offering fun and activities February 15-19th from 12pm-4pm during school vacation. Open to 5th and 6th graders living in Cape Cod and the Islands. This is a FREE Museum event open to children of all ages! The museum will be open during the February school vacation week. Call or email Jen Pappalardo to sign up a camper [email protected] or 508-790-3077 ×3.
Attention Young Leaders! Learn how to public speak, debate and run a campaign! Envision how you can positively impact the community! Monday, February 15, 2016, 1-4 pm, at The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, 397 Main Street in Hyannis.
ENROLL at ProjectNextGeneration.org!
Event Led By: Katie Curran, Founder & President of Project Next Generation
From Elmer Crowell decoys and bird carving demonstrations to trains and games, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy at an open house on Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 15, from 2-4 p.m. at Brooks Academy Museum. The Crowell exhibit presents donations for the Crowell Barn that once housed the workshop of Harwich’s famous bird carver Anthony Elmer Crowell. The barn has been recently reconstructed on the grounds of the museum. On display are the generous gifts of decoys, paintings, photographs, ephemera, tools and more.
The Falmouth Museums on the Green 2016 Lecture Series begins with a very special lecture that celebrates Presidents Day and commemorates heroism in World War II: PT-109: An American Epic of War, Survival and the Destiny of John F.
JUNG-HO PAK, CONDUCTORRACHEL POTTER, GUEST ARTISTPATRICK THOMAS, GUEST ARTIST
Hey, hey, good lookin’. Whatcha got cookin’? We’re hitting the highway and heading south. Where the tea’s sweet, the barbecue’s hot and country legends are made. Where the fans are still Crazy for Patsy, and there’s no one cooler than Cash, who went down, down, down into a burnin’ Ring of Fire and set the Billboard Charts ablaze. Like Hank, Willie and Dolly. Like Carrie, Kenny and Billy Ray. Yep, we’ve lined up the best of the best for this Southern fest – plus two special guests.
A kid-friendly version of our adult Bread Baking workshop! Pint sized bakers will learn to make a simple quick-bread out of corn flour, and learn more about the importance of corn to Plymouth Colony.
$20 for Members, $24 for Non-Members
The Chatham Historical Society presents "History of the Chronicle - 50 Years of Serving the Community" by Chronicle Editor, Tim Wood - Sunday, February 21 at 2:00 pm
Tim Wood has been Editor of the Cape Cod Chronicle for 30 years and is excited to share his wealth of knowledge about Chatham and the community he serves.