The Town of Barnstable’s Annual Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 30, 2016. The parade will form at 9:30 am at the Centerville Library and kick off sharply at 10:00 am and proceed down Main Street to Monument Square for a brief program then up Old Stage Road to Beechwood Cemetery for the main program. This year’s Keynote Speaker 1ST Lieutenant Glen Beasley served in Vietnam and Cambodia as a Combat Platoon Leader with the 2nd Bn. / 8th Calvary, First Cavalry Division.
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Trust Fund Committee Annual Memorial Day Ceremony will take place at approximately 12:15 p.m., Monday, May 30th, at the John F.
For the 25th year in a row people at restaurants all across Cape Cod will sit down to a meal together to help support the work of ASGCC and to remember the many friends and family we have lost to AIDS. Join us this year! For more information on how you can get your seat at the table contact Barry Cook: 508-487-9445/[email protected]
An annual interdisciplinary event bringing a community of artists together with gallerists, curators, critics and collectors engaged with wax, printmaking, mixed media, professional practices and more. Founder/Director Joanne Mattera produces The Conference in Provincetown with Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill and its Executive Director, Cherie Mittenthal.
Heritage Museums & Gardens is hosting ten artists this year for Natural Threads, this year’s seasonal outdoor art installation in the gardens. Their imaginative works interpret the theme of connected natural and synthetic fibers by bending, shaping, and linking natural elements of Heritage Museums & Gardens’ varied terrain. The artists in this outdoor art installation use rope, cord, textiles, and branches among other materials to get us to pay close attention to aspects of Heritage’s peaceful environment.
Work by contemporary artists inspired by Edward Hopper and the places he painted on Cape Cod
In 1930, his first year renting on Cape Cod, Edward Hopper painted a watercolor entitled “Wellfleet Bridge.” “Wellfleet Road” was completed in 1931. “The Capron House”, a painting of one of Wellfleet’s most pristine and historically significant homes, was completed in 1933.
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:Create painterly one-of-a-kind prints with the new slower drying Golden OPEN acrylics using the reusable Gelli plate. The unique surface is similar to gelatin plates but it lasts forever. You will learn to make beautiful, one-of-a-kind prints on paper. Students will experiment with transparency, color mixing, and exciting textural effects. Bring 11” x 14” white drawing paper and a 4” soft rubber brayer. You may purchase an 8″ x 10″ Gelli from the instructor or bring your own. All painting supplies are provided.