Gathering wild cranberries is a fall tradition on the Outer Cape. Join Cape Cod National Seashore Ranger Jody Anastasio on Tuesday, November 21 at 1:00 pm for some pre-Thanksgiving exercise and last-minute cranberry picking. The walk, which meets at the parking lot at the end of High Head Road in Truro, will traverse high dunes with spectacular views of East Harbor before descending into wild cranberry bogs. Learn about parabolic dune formation and the natural and cultural history of cranberries on Cape Cod.
The Cahoon Museum of American art presents its fifth Small Works Show, an exhibition highlighting the talent of local Cape Cod artists. Small Works showcases paintings and mixed media works. With the theme of the miniature, this year's exhibit emphasizes extra small works. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Cahoon Museum and helps to support the Museum's dynamic exhibitions, conserve collection artworks, and develop meaningful educational experiences. The exhibition opens to the public on Tuesday, November 21 and continues through Saturday, December 23.
Join The Academy Playhouse for a holiday celebration featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and all of their friends!
New England’s most memorable holiday tradition, The Christmas Festival of Lights is bigger, brighter, and better than ever - now with over 18 million lights, unlimited Christmas train rides, unlimited use of all rides and attractions and priceless memories! Admission includes Thomas Land, Christmas Festival of Lights, all rides & attractions.
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Hundreds of unique glass ornaments made by the region’s finest local and national glass artists, will adorn Christmas trees in the Contemporary Gallery. The visitor will be transported into a magical display of color and childhood memories. It is a truly an enchanting time at the Museum!
Contemporary Silhouettes presents an abundance of extraordinarily intricate work produced in the art form of cut paper.
Each Saturday morning throughout the year families are invited to drop in and enjoy a lively tale of Peter Rabbit and friends from the stories of Thornton W. Burgess. After the story, meet one of the nature center's resident animals. This program is suitabe for families with children ages 2 and up. The fee is $2 per person, and advance registration is not required.