Events on Cape Cod

WINTER MUSIC AND MORE CONCERT SERIES – Sundays, 3:30 PM, thru 4/7, CC Museum of Art Break through the winter blues and enjoy great performances every afternoon. Tickets are $24 ($18 for members) and available at the door, or visit the museum’s website to purchase.  

  • January 7 – Monica Rizzio with Brian Miller
  • January 14 – The Digney Fignus Band, a blend of blues, folk, Cajun music with a rock and roll heart
  • January 21 – Elizabeth Miya Jones, Cellist, selections from the great classical cello literature
  • January 28 – The “Songbirds” of Cape Cod, all-female quartet performing “in the round”
  • February 4 – Fred Clayton Band, blues jam
  • February 11 – John Murelle, “I Got Rhythm” – the songs and stories of George & Ira Gershwin
  • February 18 – Dennis Flaherty and Friends, songs from the Great American Songbook
  • February 25 – Rose Clancy & Max Cohen, Music from the Celtic World
  • March 3 – Cape Cod String Quartet – Spring is Here
  • March 17 – Outer Cape Chorale Chamber Singers
  • March 24 – Mozelle Andrulot, Winter Serenade: A Jazz Journey through Time and Tradition
  • April 7 – The Art Ensemble Of Cape Cod, Jazz Trio performing original music

2/5 – 3/18 (Mondays), Truro Citizens Police Academy – Hey Truro residents! Are you ready for an adventure? The Truro Police Department invites you to join our Citizens Police Academy! Get ready to dive into an exciting journey where you’ll learn about law enforcement in a fun and interactive way.  From crime scene investigations to understanding police procedures, this academy is your chance to get an inside look at our day-to-day operations! Join us for an experience that’s both informative and FUN!  Sign up now and let’s explore the world of policing together! Click here for more information. 

2/29, 1PM – 3PM, Healthcare Job Fair, MassHire Cape and Islands Career Center – For more information, click here.

3/1, 7PM – 9PM, Biribá Union ~ with Mike Block, Sandwich Arts AllianceAdmission: $25 at sandwichartsalliance.org and at the door. Biribá Union features Mike Block (cello, vocals), Christylez Bacon (beatbox, guitar, rhymes), and Patricia Ligia (electric bass, pandeiro, vocals), forming a dynamic trio that blends original music with global influences, creating a fresh and accessible sound. Each member draws from their diverse backgrounds, including Brazilian, bluegrass, Jazz, classical, hip-hop, funk, and pop styles, synthesizing them through original compositions and songs that highlight their improvisational spontaneity and high energy stage presentation.  

3/2, 9AM, Pet First Aid & CPR Course, Cape Cod Dog Center, Mashpee – Currently SOLD OUT. Learn first aid techniques to address the most common emergencies that can occur with small and large dogs as well as cats. This course will train you to notice abnormalities and detect early warning signs in pets, along with some life saving techniques for those times when immediate action can make all the difference. Certification with ProPetHero is included. $60; pre-registration is required. Sign up here. 

3/2, 2PM – 4PM, Bourne Braves and the History of Cape Cod Baseball League, Community Room of the Jonathan Bourne Public Library, Bourne – Come learn all about The Cape Cod Baseball League. League Historian, Mike Richard will discuss the beginnings of the league and the Bourne Braves! Click here for more information.

3/3, 10AM, Hyannis Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, and Team Relay – 43rd annual, starting and finishing at The Cape Cod Irish Village at The Emerald Resort & Conference Center. Sign up here. 

3/5, 10AM, Volunteer Fair, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History – If you’re looking to volunteer this Spring, bring a friend, tour the Museum, and meet Museum volunteers. You can sign up for field guide training, or maybe choose to work in the Aquarium, the Butterfly House or with Science Rocks. Lots more opportunities that will help you develop new skills while helping visitors enjoy the Museum. More info here. 

3/6, 5PM, Erase the Wait, Cape Cod Coffee, Mashpee – BBBSCCI has 88 littles who need to be matched with adult volunteer mentors for childrenThis years recruitment event is a great way to catch up with friends, meet with current & past “Bigs” and learn how you can get involved to support children in our community. Refreshments are included! And – if you own a business and want to get your employees involved in volunteering as a mentor? This is the perfect way to learn more. Sign up here.

3/9, 11AM, 19th Annual Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day ParadeGet the date on your calendar! And if you’d like to march, float or support the parade, get more info here. 

3/8 – 3/10, Cape Cod Irish Festival, Emerald Resort/Cape Cod Irish Village – Get your Irish on with live music all weekend long!

3/16, 10AM, LETR Polar Plunge for Special Olympics, Red River Beach, Harwich – The Harwich Police Department together with The Law Enforcement Torch Run is hosting its annual Polar Plunge this year! Head to Red River Beach, and take a plunge into the ocean to support Special Olympics athletes all over the Cape. Awards will be given to the Top Fundraising Individual, Top Fundraising Team and MORE. Plunge individually, join a team or start one of your own! Cheerleaders welcome. Sign up here. 

3/17, 11:30AM, First Annual St Patrick’s Day Brunch Train, Cape Cod Central Railroad – We have the “Pot of Gold” you are looking for with several scrumptious entrees to choose from plus an appetizer and dessertDon’t forget to wear your best dress in Green in case the Leprechauns are close by – we wouldn’t want to see you get pinched!!  Our brunch train includes three courses served while enjoying a blissful ride from Hyannis to the Cape Cod Canal and back. Put down that four-leaf clover and pick up the phone to book your reservation as there are limited seats available for this fun and fabulous St Patrick’s Day Brunch Train! Click here for more information. 

4/14, 7:30PM, One Night of Queen, Plymouth Memorial Hall – In 2000, British singer Gary Mullen won ITV’s talent competition “Stars In Their Eyes,” and soon after, began touring with his band ‘The Works’ to pay tribute to rock legends Queen. Since 2002, ‘Gary Mullen and the Works’ have performed ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN throughout the UK, USA, Europe, South Africa, & New Zealand to sell-out audiences, perfectly recreating the sound and spirit, the pomp and showmanship, of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon’s greatest hits. ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN will ROCK you! Click here for more information. 

4/20, 9AM – 4:30PM, Boat America Course, Orleans Police Station – Improve your boating skills. Taught by U.S. Coast Guard trained instructors. Learn legal requirments of boating, nautical rules of the road, boat/paddlecraft handling and safety, basic navigation and trailering. Fee: $45 for course materials. Registration is required, email [email protected]

5/4, 7PM – 9PM, Classic Jazz Visions ~ with The Michael Persico Big Band, Sandwich Arts AllianceFeaturing the Jazz Photography of the Cape’s Own Jack Bradley. Admission: $25. Experience the life, the musical history and legacy, the very essence of the greatest icon of American Jazz, “Pops,” “Satchmo,” “Louis” Armstrong in a truly multi-dimensional immersive experience. Hear the greatest music of the Jazz Age played live on stage, by some of the finest jazz musicians in The Classic Jazz and Swing Orchestra. See images of Armstrong never before available to the public and hear the incredible story of how a young man born in Cotuit became the personal photographer and close personal friend of the great Louis Armstrong, all wrapped within the sounds that have become the foundations of American music. 

5/18, 9AM – 4:30PM, Boat America Course, Orleans Police Station – Improve your boating skills. Taught by U.S. Coast Guard trained instructors. Learn legal requirments of boating, nautical rules of the road, boat/paddlecraft handling and safety, basic navigation and trailering. Fee: $45 for course materials. Registration is required, email [email protected]



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