Your Cape Cod Weekend: Events on Cape this Weekend

KA_Rock Harbor Seagulls_Winter_Sun_Ice_011416_009When you’re on the Cape, there is always something going on. Here at, we want to help you find the event you’re looking for. Below, you will find a list of the top five events for the end of this week and the weekend as hand selected by our team. If you’re looking for something else, click on the Discover More button at the bottom of this page.

1. The Silk Road and Beyond

Head to the Cape Symphony this weekend for another exciting adventure as they head to the Silk Road and Beyond. Zhongshan Zhuang Concerto, a blissful marriage between the ancient Chinese instrument, the Guzheng, and the lush, Western orchestra. Like China’s once-censored, now-famous Butterfly Lover’s Concerto, beautifully balanced with one foot in the East, the other in the West. Like Japan’s beautifully haunting movement,Cape Cod, set among a sea of strings. Shows Saturday and Sunday, tickets at

2. “Carol”

The Cape Cinema presents “Carol” starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. Set in 1952 New York City, the movie tells the story of Therese, a photographer looking for a better life who meets a married woman, Carol. The two women develop a fast bond that turns into love with complicated consequences. Showtimes Friday, Saturday, Sunday. for tickets.

3. Bobby Wetherbee

An evening with Bobby Wetherbee, pianist and singer, who will present a special cabaret evening Saturday at 7 pm at the West Falmouth Library. Refreshments and light hor d’oeuvres will be served. Tickets at

4. The Salt Pond Visitor Center

The Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham is open year-round. Stop by for suggestions on how to enjoy this less hurried time of year. The visitor center offers daily films, an outstanding museum, rotating art exhibits, a well-stocked gift and bookstore, and a compelling view of the Salt Pond, Nauset Marsh, and the Atlantic. If the weather allows, dress in layers, and stroll a beach or trail, looking for evidence of animals, and exploring what has washed up with the waves.

5. “Sordid Lives”

Cotuit Center for the Arts presents “Sordid Lives” by Del Shores. It’s billed as a “a black comedy about white trash.” The story starts when Peggy, a good Christian woman, hits her head on the sink and bleeds to death after tripping over her lover’s wooden legs in a motel room. It leads to chaos erupting in Winter, Texas! Rated PG-13 for language. Directed by Ian Ryan. for details.

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