Things to Do This Week on Cape Cod

Click here for a list of walks and runs in 2022 on the Cape.

7/5 – 8/13, Summer Performing Arts Camps for Kids – Arts Empowering Life presents Summer Performing Arts Camps for Kids at the new performing arts building in Brewster, MA (95 Southern Eagle Cartway). Join them July 5-August 13 for Kids from K-12. Workshops are from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. with lunch and snacks provided. (8:30 a.m. registration). For more information and registration, call 508-255-4044 or visit artsempoweringlife.org. 

8/8 – 8/13, Centerville Old Home Week – A weeklong series of events to celebrate our community. For a full schedule of events, click here. 

8/11, 9AM/5PM, Stuff A Cruiser, Bourne PD – Bourne Police will be collecting school supplies for students in Bourne, including UCT. For a list of supplies they need, visit the Bourne PD FB page. 

8/13, 11AM, 1st Tomato Festival, Chatham Bars Inn Farm – Enjoy small plates, tomato-inspired cocktails, lawn games, live music, meet CBI’s farm crew and learn more about tomatoes – a perfect way to spend the afternoon with family and friends. No ticket is required, but parking is limited. Find out more here. 

8/13 – 8/20, Carnival – Monsters, Myths & Legends, Provincetown – The beloved Carnival parade will return on Thursday August 18! Details about Carnival VIP passes & individual event tickets are included here. Book your event tickets now and get those legendary costumes ready! 

8/14, 8:30AM, Feet Over Front Street 5k, Harbor Hotel, Provincetown – Get Carnival week started off on the right foot by sharing some self-love in the form of fresh air, exercise and community right in step with your LGBTQ+ fam. ‘Feet Over Front Street’ will stretch the entirety of Commercial Street (originally hailed as ‘Front Street’) giving you a start-to-finish. REGISTRATION FEE (Includes 5K Tee): Runners: $55, Walkers: $35, YA (25 & Under): $25. Register here. 

8/14, 5PM, CapeCodCAN! presents Cape Harmony and The Hyannis Sound in Concert, Cotuit Center for the Arts – Cape Harmony is Cape Cod’s all-female a cappella group, a self-run business made up of 10 talented young women from all over the US who come to Cape Cod during the summer to spread music and joy to both locals and visitors. A dynamic group with a unique sound and superb quality, Cape Harmony has been featured on radio, television, and in numerous newspapers. The Hyannis Sound is a professional a cappella group composed of ten college-aged men from all over the country who perform at a variety of private and public events each summer across the Cape and New England, bringing music and smiles to audiences of all ages. Tickets are $15 for general admission, $13 for seniors. In case of weather, the show will be moved inside the theater building. For more information, and to purchase tickets, click here or call the Box Office at 508-428-0669 x0. Cotuit Center for the Arts is located at 4404 Falmouth Road/Route 28 in Cotuit. 

8/15, 6:30PM, Rise Above, Cape Cinema – presents Rise Above, a riveting documentary film about Cape Wellness Collaborative founder and Cape Cod musical icon Sarah E. Swain. Generous funding support for the film was provided by Rockland Trust. On Monday, August 15th, Cape Cinema will screen Rise Above, a film about Sarah’s deeply moving experience of losing her mother to cancer and how that experience motivated her to make a difference in her community for others experiencing cancer. Following the film, a compelling panel discussion will be moderated by renowned radio host Cat Wilson. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here. 

8/16, 7PM, Brass in the Park, Salt Pond Visitor Center – The Cape Cod National Seashore’s amphitheater at the Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham resounds on Tuesday, August 16, 7 pm, with “Brass in the Park” – a free outdoor public concert marking the Cape Cod debut of eGALitarian Brass. The award-winning all-women ensemble is dedicated to performing and commissioning new works by diverse composers and breaking boundaries of classical chamber music. Exciting new works by Jennifer Higdon, Joan Tower, Tania Leon and Zoe Cutler will be presented, together with jazz and popular favorites. The August 16 concert at the National Seashore is free admission for all. For more information, click here. 

8/17, 8/31, 9/7, 9/14 &  9/21, Walking With a Purpose” Guided Walking Tour of Hyannis – Join the JFK Hyannis Museum and Cape Cod Camino Way for a guided walk in the village of Hyannis. Starting at the Museum, we will stroll down historic streets, stop at ancient cemeteries, and view public art to reflect on the local history in the context of Wampanoag natives, early European colonial settlers, Otis family members, Cape Verdean connections, President Kennedy and Senator Bobby Kennedy’s civil rights advocacy and more. Based on last year’s popular Cape Cod Camino Way guided walks, these curated tours offer a closer examination of challenging moments in our past and their influence on current events. The walk begins at 10:00 a.m. from the JFK Hyannis Museum and lasts for one hour and fifteen minutes, with shade and rest stops along the way. Walks accommodate up to 20 people.

Adult $25 including museum admission.
Adult $15 walk only.
Children under 5 free.
Walks held rain or shine.

8/19, 8/20, & 8/21, 10AM, The 51st Festival of the Arts, Chase Park, Chatham – Sponsored by the Creative Arts Center the festival will be held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday August 19th, 20th,& 21st, from 10am-5pm at Chase Park in Chatham. The festival boasts 120 juried local and national artisans and craftsmen exhibitors. This is the premier summer arts event and includes pottery, jewelry, photography, fabric, metal, stone, wood, and fine art. The festival is family friendly with a children’s tent with painting and art activities. Shuttle bus service is available at the Chatham Community Center, 702 Main St and at the Creative Arts Center, 154 Crowell Rd. and runs continuously. Food and refreshments served by gourmet food trucks. Free admission!! For more information call 508-945-3583 or click here.

8/19 & 8/20, 2022 Cape Bass and Bluefish Tournament, Northside Marina, Sesuit Harbor – Truly a summer event, Dream Day’s Cape Cod Bass & Blue Fish Tournament is a great time for fishermen of all levels! The tournament is based out of Northside Marina at Sesuit Harbor, East Dennis, spanning two and a half days in August. The Captains’ meeting kicks the tournament off, followed by two full days on the water. All proceeds will be used in support of Dream Day on Cape Cod’s programs for seriously ill children and their families. The 2022 tournament will be held on Friday & Saturday, August 18th & 19th. (Blow date August 25th & 26th.) The Captain’s Meeting will be held at Northside Marina from 4 PM to 7 PM on Thursday, August 17th with Hors d’oeuvres and an open bar (Rules review with registration bag, t-shirts, and instructions.) Click here for more information. 

8/20, 10AM, Children’s LEGO Home Building Competition, Johnny Kelley Rec Center – The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod is hosting this 8th annual competition for kids. They’ll provide tables, chairs and Legos for each contestant, who will have an hour to build the home of their dreams. Judging will be performed by community leaders and industry professionals, and lunch and frisbees are included. There will also be a corn hole competition for parents and siblings while the build is taking place. Awards will be given out in each age category. All students must register here; more info here. 

8/20, 5PM, Barnstable Comedy Club 100th Anniversary Gala, Barnstable Comedy Club – Celebrate 100 years of great community theater at the longest running community theater on the Cape with food, beverages, a silent auction, and memorabilia. Admission is free but donations are graciously accepted. More info here. 

8/20, 10AM, Earth Extravaganza Day, Heritage Museums and Gardens – Enjoy an earth-friendly, family event including family challenges, eco-themed games and crafts, educational displays, hands-on activities, and even an earth-focused, musical performance by Latin GRAMMY Award-winning musician, Mister G! Included with admission or membership; tickets here. 

8/20, 6PM, Dennis Chamber of Commerce Fireworks, West Dennis Beach – Celebrate the summer season with a bang! Live band, bonfire, roasting marshmallows and a spectacular fireworks display. Admission and parking are FREE. West Dennis Beach, 6:00 – 9:15 pm. Visit dennischamber.com for details. Rain date: August 21st.

8/20, 7:30PM, Chelsea Chen Organ Concert, Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans – Hear the “rare musicality” and “lovely lyrical grandeur” (Los Angeles Times) of guest organist, Chelsea Chen, on the newly completed St. Cecilia organ. The concert is a part of the Celebratory Concert Series for the Completion of the St. Cecilia Organ—an instrument restored by Nelson Barden of Boston that is comprised of parts of twenty-seven different E. M. Skinner organs, includes over 12,000 pipes, and is the only one in the world with its particular surround-sound configuration. Tickets: 508-240-2400 | churchofthetransfiguration.org. 

8/21, 11AM, Dennis Chamber of Commerce Antique Car Parade, West Dennis Beach – Show off your prized wheels and join us for a cruise from West Dennis to Dennis Village. Parade leaves West Dennis Beach at 11 am, winds through the villages of the Town of Dennis and completes in Dennis Village at the Cape Playhouse between 12 noon and 1 pm. There are several good viewing areas along the way. Visit dennischamber.com to register your antique car and for route. 

8/20 & 8/21, 10AM, Cotuit Craft Fest, Cotuit Village Green – More than 100 vendors will be on hand for this huge event – from all over the East Coast! Live music, burgers and dogs, free parking. FInd out more here. 

8/25, 5PM, JAWS Night presented by Beach Road Weekend Veterans Memorial Park, Vineyard Haven – A free showing of the classic movie on 9 LED screens bigger than Bruce. Plus, live performances by Darby and the Jelly Roll Horns and Dukes of Circuit Ave. Click here for more information. 

8/26, 5:30PM, La Tavola, Mashpee Public Library – Enjoy an evening of Italian food, drink, and music – Steeple Street gets transformed into Little Italy for this one magical night every year! Guests are treated to a five-course Italian feast catered by Villaggio Ristorante and serenaded by Aaron Caruso, the Italian Tenor, and Corey Pesatoru, the acclaimed accordionist. Proceeds benefit the Mashpee Chamber Scholarship Fund. This event is likely to sell out – so get your tickets early here. 

8/27, 12PM, 28th Annual Cape Cod Classics Car Show, Patriot Square – This year’s theme is “Blast from the Past.” Free to the public, rain date is Sunday. More info here. 

8/27, 7:30PM, Gaudete Baroque Ensemble in Concert, Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans – Works by Handel, Boyce, and Albinoni. Tickets: $30 General; $25 Seniors; Free for students and youth 18 & under. 508-240-2400 | artsempoweringlife.org | at the door. 

8/27 & 8/28, 10AM, 10th Annual Kill Tide Arts & Crafts Festival, Drummer Boy Park – Over 100 juried artists and specialty food vendors will be on hand. Rain or shine, free admission, friendly pets on a leash welcome. Browse a list of vendors here. 

8/29, 11:30AM, 25th Annual Golf Tournament – Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod, Country Club at New Seabury – The Best Golf of the Summer! Play the Ocean Course at New Seabury AND help support Cape Cod kids at the same time! Click here to register. 

9/2, 7:30PM, 8th Annual Cape Cod Women’s Music Festival, Cape Playhouse, Dennis – Celebrating and honoring women in music since 2012. For lineup and details visit: capecodwomensmusicfestival.com. Friday, September 2nd, 2022. DOORS 7pm. Show runs 7:30pm-10pm with one intermission. 100% of proceeds benefit: Cape Wellness Collaborative. Click here for more information.

9/24, 11AM, Annual Cape & Islands Police K-9 Relief Fund Motorcycle Run, Patriot Square, S. Dennis – Please join the Cape and Islands Police K-9 Relief Fund for their annual Motorcycle Run Fundraiser! Your support allows them to continue their mission of covering the veterinary costs of retired K-9 officers from the Cape and Islands for years to come and raising awareness of the role these incredible working dogs play in our community. For more information, click here. 

9/25, 6PM, Paws to Celebrate Truro, Truro Vineyards – Join ARL on Thursday September 15, 2022 from 6PM – 8PM on the beautiful grounds of Truro Vineyards as we celebrate the achievements in animal welfare made possible by our Cape community! Your ticket includes light bites provided by Blackfish, a sampling of Truro Vineyard wines, and live entertainment from Cape-native and American Idol contestant Natalia Bonfini, and one complementary ticket for a raffle featuring local Cape items. For more information, click here. 

10/1, 8:30AM, 14th Annual Canal Run for the Troops, Buzzards Bay – Cape Cod Cares for the Troops will be holding their 14th Annual Canal Run for the Troops at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area, 33 Main Street, Buzzards Bay. The 5K and 10K Run will be timed by RaceWire. Registration starts at 8:30am for the 5K & 10K, with 10am start. Cost is $25.00. Register online at here or here . T-shirts for the first 100 registrants. In addition, age group awards, and entertainment provided by Cape Country 104. 

10/2, 8AM, Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Veterans Park Beach – No registration fee is necessary to participate in this walk, which benefits the Alzheimer’s Association, but each participant is asked to register, and will receive a Promise Garden Flower based on his or her connection to Alzheimer’s Disease. This walk is rain or shine. Sign-up is required; find out more here. 

10/4, 6PM, Divorce and Mortgage Workshop, via Zoom – This free workshop, facilitated by financial and legal experts, provides a road map on how to maintain your home after divorce; the steps involved in the refinancing process; the information lenders look at to approve a mortgage; and the steps to get yourself ready to purchase a home after divorce. More Info: call 508-430-8111 or email [email protected] 

10/15 – 10/17, 10AM, Wellfleet OysterFest 2022, Main St. Wellfleet – After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, cancellations and downsized virtual events, the 22nd annual festival will be held in person, Oct. 15-17. But there is a catch. This year’s attendance is limited and tickets are required. For more information, click here. 

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Opening 5/20, HyArts Artist Shanties!  

  • Always OPEN FROM 11:00am. Closing time varies, spring dates until 6:00pm and at least 8:00pm in July & August. Artists frequently open early and stay late!
  • MAY AND JUNE weekends: Friday through Sunday, May 20 through June 19, 2022, 11:00 am – at least 6:00 pm & open Monday, Memorial Day.
  • JUNE – SEPTEMBER full weeks: Seven days a week: June 20 through September 25, 2022, 11:00am at least 6:00pm, June & September, AND at least 8:00 pm, July and August.
  • OCTOBER weekends: Friday through Sunday, Sept. 30 – Oct 23, 2022, 11:00am at least 4:00pm
  • NOVEMBER + DECEMBER SPECIAL EVENTS: Gingerbread Lane at the Harbor Overlook AND Bismore Park, November 25, 26, 2022: 11:00am – 3:00pm and December 3, 2022 11:00am -5:00pm

6/26 – 9/17, WHAT Mask Project, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater – Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater is pleased to introduce the Mask Project, exhibited in the WHAT Gallery through September 17. Participating artists have transformed either a comedy or tragedy mask in the style/medium of their choice. Artists in the Mask Project include: Andy Jacob, Barbara Cohen, Deb Mell, Cherie Mittenthal, Donna Pomponio, Evelyn Jackson, Pasquale Natale, Jody Johnson, Laura Shabott, Carol Sherry, Gail Strickland, Lily Schlow, Niev Wintnauer, Alyia Vasquez, and Tia Scalcione. Funds generated through the online auction of the masks will allow WHAT to continue growing a vibrant organization committed to artistic excellence, innovative programming, and productions that both engage and entertain. 

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater announces its 2022 Summer Theater Season – Featuring the return to live performances on the Julie Harris Stage, subscriptions to the 2022 season will go on sale starting March 21, with tickets to individual productions available starting May 1, 2022. Click here for more information.
August 27 – September 17 – THE REVOLUTIONISTS
September 24 – October 16 – BETRAYAL

Amazing Animal Ambassadors – Rotating appearances for the summer. Join Bethany Jakubson and her menagerie of fascinating friends, including reptiles, birds, mammals, amphibians and insects. Kids love learning and getting up close and personal with the animals! For more information, click here.   
8/11, Nickerson State Park, Brewster, 6:30 PM 

6/2 – 8/25, Summer Concert Series: Music at the Atwood, Atwood Museum – The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting its inaugural Music at the Atwood Summer Concert Series in 2022. Twice a month, on Thursday evenings in June, July and August, the Atwood Museum will be filled with music as attendees enjoy a variety of musical genres, from jazz and contemporary to classical, with performances by some of today’s top regional talent. The Mural Barn, home to murals of Alice Stallknecht will become our intimate concert hall. Space is limited. 

  • August 11, 2022 @ 7:30pm – Contemporary Vocalist Kim Moberg & Violinist Heather Swanson
  • August 25, 2022 @ 7:30pm – Jazz Vocalist Mozelle Andrulot

Admission: $25 General Admission. To purchase tickets and learn more about the artists, click here. 

Sandwich Adirondack Chair Trail, through Labor Day (Auction event 9/15) – The Adirondack Chair Trail is back! This year, 30 artist-inspired chairs will be on display throughout the summer at select locations in town. Then, look for the Adirondack Chair auction at the Sagamore Inn at the end of the season for the chance to take one home! A trail map can be downloaded here. 

Yarmouth Sand Sculpture Trail and Photo Contest, through mid-October (September photo deadline) – Keep a sharp eye out in Yarmouth for these whimsical creations! For a list of businesses displaying the sculptures, and for photo contest rules, visit the Town of Yarmouth’s website. Photo contest submission deadline is 9/5. 

Local Concerts:  
Lyle Lovett, Cape Cod Melody Tent, August 12, 8 PM  
Brothers Osborne, Cape Cod Melody Tent, August 18, 8 PM  
Beach Boys, Cape Cod Melody Tent, August 23, 7:30 PM  
Brett Eldredge, Cape Cod Melody Tent, September 4, 8 PM 

TD Bank Summer Concert Series 
Chatham – Kate Gould Park / Mondays, 5:30 – 8:30p.m.
August 15 Steven Morgan & the Kingfish

Tuesday Evenings Through September 6th, 7:30PM, Tuesday Night Chatham Fiddle Concert, The Chatham Fiddle CompanyThe Chatham Fiddle Company is delighted to be presenting Tuesday Night concerts, throughout the summer, in person at the fabulous Chatham Drama Guild, 134 Crowell Road, Chatham, MA. Concerts start at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7:00 pm. This is just around the corner from the Fiddle Company, and we will have more seating and more parking there. Father/Daughter duo, Rose and Gene Clancy, will anchor the concerts singing Celtic songs and playing fiddle tunes with a bit of Irish banter added in for good measure. We are joined by house band members John Alden (vocals and upright bass), Max Cohen (vocals and guitar) and Clayton March (fiddle). As is our custom, we will enjoy Cecilia’s Irish Tea and Gene’s Brown Bread after the show and have a bit of a chat with concert goers. Please join us on Tuesdays throughout the summer for a truly unique evening! Tickets are $20 for adults & $10 for children 12 and under. Tickets at the door or in advance here. Covid Policy for Chatham Drama Guild – If you are vaccinated, no mask is required in the theater. If you are not vaccinated, you are required to wear a mask in the theater. Honor system applies. The concert of July 26th, has been cancelled.

8/13, Brewster Historical Walks – Take a 2 mile, 2 hour informative walk with several stops to look at history and social justice. Meet at UU church graveyard on 6A and Breakwater Rd at 9:30 am. $20 per person. Capecodcaminoway.com. 919-923-6034.

8/13, 6:30AM, 15th Annual Cape Cod Bay Challenge, Duxbury Beach Park – The 15th Annual Cape Cod Bay Challenge (CCBC), the oldest and most recognized stand-up paddle (SUP) event in the Northeast, returns this year in-person and virtually to benefit Christopher’s Haven, a home for kids when cancer hits home. This year the event is dedicated to the memory of Tim Hanson, who passed away last December after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Tim was a long-time participant and organizer of the CCBC and a wonderful human being. Over the past 15 years, the Cape Cod Bay Challenge has raised approximately $970,000 to benefit Christopher’s Haven and has attracted nearly 600 participants. This year is projected to push the event’s all-time total fundraising over 1 million dollars. In 2022, the CCBC will offer three options for paddlers to participate: a 16-mile in-person distance paddle, a five-mile in-person “CCBC-Lite” paddle, and a virtual paddle. There will also be an After Paddle Celebration at the Levitate Backyard & Rexicana Surf Cantina from 12 pm to 4 pm on August 13th (1871 Ocean Street, Marshfield, MA). Tickets to the After Paddle Celebration are available on the event’s registration website. 

8/14, 7AM, Outer Cape Beach Run, Walk & Relay, Marconi Beach – This 13-mile beach run and walk is in memory of Annie Haggerty, who was a National Seashore lifeguard for19 years, and ran the entire length of the National Seashore Beaches. Proceeds from this run will benefit a scholarship fund for Annie’s son and a donation will also be made to Dana Farber Cancer center in Boston. Register here. 

8/15, 4:30PM, Lobster on the Lawn, Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church – This is one of Falmouth’s most popular events serving Lobster on the Lawn! Enjoy a lobster roll, made with a special Saint Barnabas’s recipe, along with chips, a homemade dessert and bottled water—plus the fellowship of villagers and visitors. This year we are adding live music for all ages in partnership with Summer @ StB’s.

8/15, 5:30PM, Tyler Newcomb Big Band, Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church – Bring your own chairs, under the Tent. Grilled hamburgers & hotdogs for sale, provided by StB’s. Since 1988, Mr. Newcomb has been director of the ensemble, which counts professional and semi-professional musicians among its 20 members. The players range from recent high school graduates working hard to hone their technique. Mr. Newcomb, a trumpet player who lives in Centerville, studied music at Arizona State and Long Beach State, and came to the Cape in the 1970s to play in The Gringos, who helped tear up dance floors throughout the area decades ago. Today, three members of the Gringos play with the ensemble, contributing to its big band sound and playing medleys of tunes by Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton and Duke Ellington.

8/22, 7PM, Justin Petty Steel Drum Band, Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church – Bring your own chairs, under the Tent. Grilled hamburgers & hotdogs for sale, provided by StB’s! Experience the pulsating rhythms and exotic sounds of the Caribbean. Justin has been playing and arranging for the Steel Pan for over 30 years. He has performed for many private, public and corporate functions throughout New England and the Virgin Islands.

8/29, 7PM, Fly Down Band, Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church – Bring your own chairs, under the Tent. Grilled hamburgers & hotdogs for sale, provided by StB’s. Flydown is one of the busiest bands in southeastern Massachusetts, performing several days weekly and year round. The band has been established 17 years and is going stronger than ever. Flydown won Pixy 103FM’s Battle of the Bands Competition at Sundancers back in 2007. The band has performed at such reputable venues as the Cape Cod Melody Tent, The Middle East in Boston, Main Stage at the Barnstable County Fairgrounds, Plymouth Memorial Hall, and others, as well as celebrity events, charity events and more.

9/3, Dusk, Hyannis Fireworks, Lewis Bay – Postponed from July 4th to September 3rd. 

8/29, 7PM, Summer Music Series Finale Fly Down Band, Saint Barnabas’s – Bring your chairs, grab dinner at a local restaurant or at StB’s and join them under the tent! For more information, click here.

9/10, 10AM, Cape Cod Wildlife Collaborative Festival, Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary – A free, fun family festival featuring exhibits, food trucks, and fun educational activities for kids of all ages! Two live animal demonstrations at 11am & 1pm from Amazing Animal Ambassadors and book signings from local authors at 12pm, and live music all day. Find out more here. 

9/17, 11AM – 6PM, Cape Cod Canal Day, Buzzards Bay Park – This community-wide family-friendly celebration will begin with the annual 5K Canal Day Road Race, and continue with cornhole, live music, kids’ activities, food trucks, arts and crafts, and so much more. Click here for more information. 

9/17, 11AM, First Responder Appreciation Day, Mid-Cape Home Center, S. Dennis – This 4th annual event will include a touch-a-truck, a silent auction, and raise funds for the Sean M. Gannon Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation. Come express your appreciation to those who risk their safety to ensure ours. More info here.’

9/21, 5:30PM, Power of the Purse, Hyannisport Club – Power of the Purse, Women United’s signature event, is the quintessential ladies night featuring fabulous cocktails, passed appetizers and food stations, and our exquisite designer handbag auction with brands and styles you know and love. Celebrating the 5th year, we hope you will join the incredible women who come together to encourage, enlighten and engage women, children and families in our community. Tickets: $125 per person. Click here for more information. 

9/24, 12PM, Cape Cod Doxie Day, behind the Courthouse in Barnstable Village – Celebrating everything dachshund in historic Barnstable Village at this fun family day. Enjoy the Wiener Waddle and Waggin’ Parade, and cheer on your favorite doxie in the Doxie Dash. Think you have the longest dachshund or teeniest weenie? Enter contests to win prizes and bragging rights. All vendor fees benefit local animal organizations. Find out more here. 

9/24 & 9/25, 34th Annual Cape Cod Antique Glass Show & Sale, Cultural Center of Cape Cod – Saturday, September 24, from 10am-5pm, and Sunday, September 25, from noon to 4pm. Sponsored by the Cape Cod Glass Club, this show will feature exhibitors of national reputation and glass collecting of many interests, including early and collectible American blown, cut and pattern glass, contemporary European glass, antique art glass, and studio glass. Plus, presentations, appraisal service, raffle, and more. Admission fee is $7; pay at the door by cash or check. The show will take place at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main St., South Yarmouth. For more information, click here or call 508-394-7100. Admission fee is $7; pay at the door by cash or check. 



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