Bride? Groom? Bridesmaid? Just ready for a break from Cape Cod winter? Come by our Bridal Expo! See the fantastic assortment of what our local vendors have to offer and partake in wine and beer samplings, cake tasting, door prizes and 50/50 raffle proceeds go to the MSPCA-Cape Cod. Come join the party!
2018 marks the 10th year that Cape Cod National Seashore has hosted a winter film festival. This year’s festival showcases compelling nature documentaries featuring the national seashore’s new audio visual system with theatre-size screen and surround sound. Films will show at 1:30 pm at Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham on six consecutive Sundays from January 21 to February 25. The movies are free, thanks to generous funding from Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Come join us for an adventure!
Chasing Coral February 18
Writer John Whelan and photographer Kim Roderiques will share stories on how they drove the length and breadth of Cape Cod to all of its 15 towns, from Provincetown to Sandwich, to interview and photograph the 139 individuals that appear in their book, I Am of Cape Cod: People and Their Stories. Their presentation will take place at the Atwood House & Museum on Sunday, Feb. 18, from 2-3:30 p.m. The selection of their subjects collectively represents a cross section of Cape Codders —every type, size, shape, age, and lifestyle.
Paula Marcoux is a food historian who lives in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The author of Cooking with Fire (Storey, 2014), she has worked professionally as an archaeologist, cook, and bread-oven builder. The food editor of edible South Shore and South Coast magazine, she writes on food history topics for popular and academic audiences, and consults with museums, film producers, and publishers. Paula is the director of Plymouth Center for Restoration Arts and Forgotten Trades (PlymouthCRAFT.org).
February 17 @ 3:00 PM & 7:30 PM
February 18 @ 3:00 PM
Stars of Broadway join us for a high-energy evening of hits from rock- and pop-inspired musicals. You’ll hear your favorite songs from such popular shows as Wicked, Hairspray, The Lion King, Mamma Mia, Rent, Jersey Boys, and Phantom of the Opera.
Come join us for our first event of the 2018 season! "RED" Exhibition celebrating the valentines spirit. This exhibition will include over twenty artists featuring their interpretations of "RED". Opening Reception: Saturday, February 10, 4-7pm. Show runs through Wednesday, February 21.
WINTER HOURS: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm
Artist Valerie Leri graduated from UMass Amherst with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1982 and has been painting ever since. Living on Cape Cod, she is inspired by the ocean, beaches, ponds, marshes and beautiful fields and forests that surround her. Her work has been featured in Cape Cod Home Magazine and can be viewed in various Cape Cod galleries, many online galleries, retail shops and arts organizations on Cape Cod and private collections on Cape Cod and throughout New England. Maser Gallery Exhibit Hours: Sunday 12-8 pm; Monday, 2-10 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10 -10
Featuring new works by area and national artists capturing the beauty of our surroundings. For the entire month of February in the Cape Cod National Seashore’s Salt Pond Visitors Center, Eastham. The show is curated by Helen Katherine Addison, owner of the internationally respected Addison Art Gallery.
Don will sign Henry Beston’s Cape Cod: How ‘The Outermost House’ Inspired a National Seashore and A Brief History of Eastham: On the Outer Beach of Cape Cod. Since the start of the millennium, Don Wilding has been telling stories of Cape Cod Outer Beach history through lectures, video, and the written word. An award-winning writer and editor for Massachusetts newspapers for 30 years, Don pens the popular “Shore Lore” history column for the Cape Codder newspaper.