Savor cuisine from some of Harwich's finest restaurants and enjoy an assortment of fine wines and artisan-crafted beers. An annual Harwich tradition!
This season’s Cape & Island events offer something for everyone, with events spanning many creative genres.
Enhance your skills in various mediums of drawing and painting as well as music and clay jewelry. Spring Classes, brought to you by Sandwich Arts Alliance, will be held at the Sandwich Public Library as well as at artists’ studios around town beginning April 23rd. Classes run five to six weeks. Class descriptions and registration are available online now at www.sandwichartsalliance.org, and brochures are available at Sandwich Public Library in addition to other area libraries.
Martha Farham Cahoon (1905-1999) married her Swedish folk art heritage with early American and Pennsylvania-German design to create unique expressions in decorative art and painted furniture that had a bold impact on Cape Cod culture. Hours: 10 – 4 Tuesday – Saturday; 1 – 4 Sunday
For over a Century, Provincetown has welcomed nurtured and inspired artists from all over the world– not just to create, but also to connect with the town and its people. Only in Provincetown could this unique relationship between artists and community members become the defining experience of this fabled, outermost point of Cape Cod.
Start Your Engines: Cars and Stars of the Indy 500 is located in the Automobile Gallery, which is a reproduction of the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village. Learn more about the cars in Heritage’s antique automobile collection.
Wendell Minor’s America celebrates the artist’s four-decade career, highlighting his twenty-fifth anniversary as a preeminent illustrator of children’s books, each inspired by his love of history, art, science, and the natural world. Artworks gleaned from his expansive visual chronicles, and commentary reflecting on his collaborations with our nation’s most prominent authors, scientists, and historians, showcase a quarter-century of unforgettable picture book art.
A visit to Cape Cod National Seashore isn't complete until you've visited the historic Highland Light in North Truro. The 69-step climb up a narrow staircase rewards visitors with spectacular views of Cape Cod and beyond. On a clear day views extend more than 20 miles across the Atlantic Ocean and bay of Cape Cod. To ensure the safety of all visitors, the minimum height requirement to climb the lighthouse is 48". Operated by Eastern National. $6 for adults, $5 for students and seniors. Must be 48" tall to climb lighthouse.
April 14 through May 25: Lighthouse Climbs: 12 PM to 4 PM
May 26 through October 8: Lighthouse Climbs: 10 AM to 5:30 PM
October 9 through October 21: Lighthouse Climbs: 12 PM to 4 PM
Must be 48" tall to climb.
$6 for adults; $5 for students and seniors
$1 off with an admission ticket from the Highland House Museum