Over 75 Juried Craftsmen and women will display and sell their American made works including Fine Jewelry, Turned Wood, Original Watercolors, Pottery, Scarves, Quilts, Silk, Lace, Photography, Vintage Chic, Metal, Wearable Art, Crystals, Sea Salt Scrubs, Foot Stools, Fleece, Steam Punk Accessories, Wall Hangings, Lamps, Stained Glass, Candles, Soap, Primitive and Folk Art, Painted Slate, Signs, Soft Sculpture, Dried Floral, Plush, Masks, Oil Paintings, Calligraphy, Basketry, Cheese Boards, Folk Toys, Aromatherapy, Embroidery, Custom Signs, Fiber Arts, Fused Glass, Pet Treats and more.
The show offers 30+ quality dealers from both on and off-Cape locations, many returning from last year’s show. Antique appraisals will be offered between 12 and 3, courtesy Eldred’s Auctions and members of the Cape Cod Antiques Dealers Association. Fee is $5 for 1 item; $7 for 2 items; and $10 for the limit of 3 items. A lobster roll lunch will be served from 11:30-2:30. There will also be a raffle of two round-trip airline tickets from Hyannis to Nantucket, courtesy Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines.
Admission to the show is $6; $5 with show card or ad.
September - October Exhibits Opening Reception
"Backbone" Tim Merry
"Earth and Sky" Mellissa Morris & Claudine Metrick
"Unwinding" L. Michelle Law
Exhibit dates: August 29 - October 5Opening Reception September 5, 5:00-7:00pmArtist Talk at 5:00pm
The AIDS Support of Cape Cod will be holding their annual live auction and raffle on Saturday September 5th at the Provincetown Town Hall. Live auction starts at 6pm. Preview will be Friday September 4th from noon to 8pm and on the day of the auction from 10am till 5pm.
All monies raised at our annual auction go directly to client services. Please join us.
When a bunch of actors, directors, and playwrights walk into an empty theatre, there's going to be a play. Usually, there have been years, or at least months, of work leading up to that day: playwrights agonizing, directors dramatizing, designers conceptualizing, producers maneuvering, marketers tempting, actors chop-honing. On September 5, about three dozen theatre artists will meet as a group for the first time, do all that, and present six new short plays to a jam-packed house the following evening.
Race begins at 10am at Johny Kelley Park in South Dennis and ends in Dennis Village at Carlton Hall on Old Bass River Road. Medals awarded to male and femaile runners in junior, adult and senior categories.
Celebrating local agriculture, aquaculture, fishing and farming with locally harvested foods from land and sea, a farmers market, educational opportunities and other festivities, including a pie-eating contest and "Barnyard Beauty" contest.
Clarinetist Evan Christopher's highly personal style and intimate approach, which The New York Times has called “close-encounter music,” has been praised as “adventurous” and “earthy and passionate.” His respect for the New Orleans tradition is “a triumph, joining the present seamlessly to a glorious past.” Besides touring across the U.S., Europe, and Japan with his own groups and appearing at the Newport Jazz Festival, Christopher enjoys a prominent career as a featured soloist with groups such as the Grammy-Award-winning New Orleans Jazz Orchestra. His numerous recordings include his own
Morning Tour 9-12 and Afternoon Tour 1- 4
Tour scripted by Sally Gunning. $40.00pp (BHS members $35.)