Learn how historians and oceanographers are working together to assess historic changes in climate and weather patterns. American whaling logbooks of voyages to the Indian Ocean (c. 1785-1910) contain records of atmospheric conditions such as wind strength and direction, storms, precipitation, air temperature, and pressure.
Our Book Club pick for July is The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff, who will join our discussion by phone.
Titcomb's Book Club meets on the third Tuesday of every month, at 7:00 PM in the newly expanded events room upstairs at the bookshop. Everyone is invited, no reservations necessary!
June 27 - July 20
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at 7pm
Friday, Saturday and Sundays at 4pm.
NO SHOW ON JULY 4
The Mosquito Story Slam is a live storytelling event and podcast in its 4th season on the Outer Cape, founded by Vanessa Vartabedian and Caitlin Langstaff. The Mosquito invites its audience members to tell 5-minute true stories related to a theme. Mosquito stories are told, not read. No notes or cheat sheets allowed on stage! A maximum of 10 storytellers are picked at random during the show, so come early to drop your name in the net. We believe sharing stories changes things.
Best known for his high voice, unique guitar playing and songwriting (“Nature”, “Feel Us Shaking”, “Did You Ever Look So Nice”) rock, reggae and folk singer/songwriter Sean Kelly, front man for The Samples, was born February 7, 1965 in Norwalk, Connecticut. The son of a WW2 veteran and a mom who worked construction to put food on the table, Kelly grew up in Vermont. While attending only one year of high school, he began playing guitar and composing his own songs.
Wequassett Resort and Golf Club in conjunction with Robert Talalla Productions and sponsors is proud to present the Sixteenth Annual Cape Cod Jazz Festival, featuring an extraordinary music experience showcasing some of the region’s best performers. The Festival has become one of the most anticipated events of the summer season and its free and open to the public.
The Sandwich Glass Museum Special Dispaly in the Contemporary Gallery
For over 18 years master glassblowers David McDermott and his wife Yukimi Matsumoto and their team have been producing magnificent glass that has been displayed in hundreds of galleries across the country, as well as the Metropolitan Musem of Art in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Sandwich Glass Museum.
Although widely known as an influential writer/book artist/illustrator who lived and worked on Cape Cod, Edward Gorey’s stature as one of the foremost creators of Nonsense literature is not generally recognized. Working off the traditions established by Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll, Gorey appropriated the structures and cadences of a 19th century literary genre (yes, Nonsense is a genre,) and created a body of work that is uniquely Gorey.
It’s our 50th birthday, won’t you celebrate with us?! Scattered through the buildings and grounds are 50 treasures – plants, autos, folk art, militaria, scrimshaw, carvings, and more – that tell the story of the museum’s first 50 years. We invited a mix of old friends, experts , and local leaders to pick their favorites. Stroll through Heritage’s history and revel in a little taste of American ingenuity, culture and the great outdoors.
The Gallery features rotating exhibits including ocal artists as well as world renowned marine artists. The Scrimshaw exhibit is the largest private collection of scrimshaw displayed on Cape Cod.
Pete Culler’s Boat Shop : Pete Culler was a well-respected local boat designer and builder. His basic prinicples of design were simplicity and functionality. The culler Exhibit is a replica of Culler’s shop and features many of his tools, both hand and powered, some of which he built himself.