Haunted attractions, masquerade ball, spooky parties, movie screenings, and much more!
Wear a costume and join the FUN at the annual CCMNH and Brewster Chamber of Commerce GREEN HALLOWEEN event! No Tricks…All Treats!
The first-ever Great White Gala Against Cancer will feature a VIP reception, followed by a general admission event with a special Cape Cod themed dinner, cash bar, and both a live and silent auction. Auction items include exclusive trips, vacation packages, a hot tub spa, and a BMW Lease, along with golf outings, and much more. All proceeds benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Dr. Irene Ghobrial’s research efforts in multiple myeloma. More than 200 guests are expected to attend.
Join the Halloween dance party with DJ Ooch, go on a hayride, get a temporary tattoo, join in the fun in Hidden Hollow, and enjoy themed drinks and snacks from the Magnolia Café. Come in costume and be part of the fun! New this year: Meet characters from the movies, craft your own fantastic mask, and navigate your way through a burlap maze! Participants are advised to wear comfortable shoes to walk to all of the activities.
Cost: $10 Members, $15 Non-Members, Children 2 and under are free.
For one night only, the woodlands will awaken. A guide will lead you along a lantern-lit trail where you will encounter new creatures of the night – some strange, some silly and some who have much to say.
Cape Cod Theatre Company Home of the Harwich Jr. Theatre will present
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW
By Mary and Andrew Arnault. Adapted from the story by Washington Irving.
October 28 – November 20.
Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm. Sundays at 4pm. With additional Saturday matinees on Saturday November 12 and 19 at 4pm.
October 28 & 29, 7:30PM // Pre-concert lecture 6:45PM
Join us in celebration of the Feast of All Saints' to hear one of the world’s classical masterpieces, Mozart’s Requiem, as well as a hidden gem, Britten’s The Company of Heaven, performed by the internationally acclaimed Gloriæ Dei Cantores, under the direction of Richard K. Pugsley with full orchestra and world-class guest soloists. Photo: Steve J. Sherman
Thee Midnight Society
Artifacts from the Archives offers an eclectic and pleasantly inexplicable menagerie of characters, creatures and landscapes in ink, paper, ceramic, and leather, which have—until now—languished in obscurity. Spanning almost all of Gorey's career from childhood cut paper works, to figure studies from his teen years to exquisitely colored works from the early 1950s through to ceramic works and etchings created while living in Cape Cod.
The wedding is a time honored tradition spanning centuries and cultures. Steeped in tradition, custom, and ritual this event has under gone many transformations. The museum’s exhibit, The Wedding, will feature 47 wedding gowns from 1760’s to the present. Within the exhibit context the museum will examine the similarities, differences, and origins of these traditions, customs, and fashions of the wedding event. The story of the wedding will unfold over many generation utilizing historic collection gowns, wedding accessories, photographs, and family histories.