Check Out These Events On The Cape This Week

Spring is in the air and in our yards! There is a lot going on this week as we finally turn the page from Winter to Spring! Here are a few of our top picks for this week:

Coffee With the Yarmouth Police Chief, Wed, 4/10, Cultural Center of Cape Cod
Coffee with Chief of Police provides an opportunity for the community to hear directly from the Chief of the Yarmouth Police Department on a monthly basis. Attendees may also hear from fellow YPD officers who have impacted our community by saving lives and keeping our streets safe. 9am start time. 

Stargazing at Lowell Park, Cotuit, Wed, 4/10, 7:30 PM
This is the first of several stargazing events for the summer months, and Cotuit Library has everything you need to participate! They have the telescopes, just bring yourself (although all telescopes will be welcome!). The rain date for this event is Friday, April 12th @ 7:30 PM. The program is free but please register at

Ladies’ Herbal Night Out, Fri, 4/12, 5:30 PM, Hyannis Country Garden
An evening with CL Fornari, who’ll craft cocktails and mocktails with herbs, then help you work on your own Herbal Planter in a Whitewashed Pot. There will also be a discussion on the healing benefits of herbs, and you’ll get a swag bag at the door. Cost: $45.00, also includes a coupon. Advanced registration only,

Community Clean-Up Day Yarmouth, Sat, 4/13, 8:30 AM, Town Hall (RAIN DATE: SUN)
Come together with your neighbors to make a big and visible difference in our community. Each volunteer will receive a safety vest, detailed map and instructions, and trash bags. Bring gloves if you have them. After the cleanup is complete, everyone will meet back at the Yarmouth Town Hall for a
Volunteer Appreciation Lunch!

Spring Celebration, Sat, 4/13, 9-12, Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown
Have breakfast with the Easter Bunny at Seashore Point, then hop to the Monument for an egg hunt. All ages are welcome – but kids must be accompanied by adults.

“Ale Away” Beer & Wine Festival for Sail Cape Cod, West End Restaurant, Hyannis, Sat 4/13 

Join Ocean 104.7 and Sail Cape Cod at the West End Restaurant from 2pm – 6pm for the second annual “Ale Away – Beer & Wine Festival.” Last year’s Inaugural event was a huge success and we are looking forward to seeing you again this year to enjoy beer and wine tasting, whiskey, too as well as the West End’s delicious hors-d’oeuvres and buffet! Tickets just $35 at Sail Cape Cod


Cape Cod Mall Easter Egg Hunt, Sat, 4/13, 10-12
Bring an Easter basket to the Mall Management Office, pick-up a clue list and follow this scavenger style hunt through the mall collecting eggs along the way! A $2.00 donation to Simon Youth Foundation is encouraged.

First Responders Appreciation Day & Touch-A-Truck, Yarmouth, Sat 4/13 

Howard Lodge of Masons in South Yarmouth will be holding its 2nd Annual First Responders Appreciation Day from 10 am to 2 pm. The public is invited to come see and touch police cars, motorcycles, fire trucks, an ambulance, and an actual Coast Guard boat! Food will be available, and a bounce house for the kids. We are located at the corner of Rt 28 and Wood Road, next to Yarmouth Town Hall. Bring the whole family and come meet and greet Cape Cod’s First Responders, and see how they do their jobs!

Seal Shower/Open House, Sat, 4/13, 10 AM, National Marine Life Center, Buzzards Bay
Celebrate the upcoming seal pup season! Explore the Discovery Center, make a marine animal craft, enjoy shower games and refreshments, tour the marine animal hospital and meet all the sea turtle patients. Admission: $5/person; or bring a Wish-list Item to help care for seal pups.

Amazing Animal Ambassadors, Sat, 4/13, 10-12, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster
Join owner Bethany Jakubson and some of her favorite members of the natural world including: Cali the talking Sulfur Crested Cockatoo, Milo the Fennec Fox, Shelly an African Sulcata tortoise, Jabba, a Giant African Bullfrog and Bailey the African Pygmy Hedgehog!. Also on display will be an amazing assortment of smaller reptiles and insects. Fun for the whole family! $15, save money by getting your tickets online and in advance at

Suede in Concert, Sat, 4/13, 7 PM, Sandwich Town Hall
Sandwich Arts Alliance presents the return of Wellfleet musician, vocalist and entertainer Suede for the final performance of the four part “Village Concert Series.” Suede sings original material and pop, blues and jazz standards – she’s been described by The New York Times as a cross between Adele, Diana
Krall and Bette Midler. Tickets are available online at, or at the door if not sold out.

Fellswater in Concert, Sat, 4/13, 7:30, Cultural Center of Cape Cod, Yarmouth 
Fellswater is Boston’s dynamic 8-piece Celtic music ensemble, and they play a wide range of music from Traditional to modern compositions drawing from the heritage of all the Celtic nations, especially Scotland, Ireland, Brittany and Canada. Complimentary refreshments.

Hydrangea Pruning Workshop, Sun, 4/14, 10:30 & 1:30, Heritage Museums & Gardens, Sandwdich
This is part of Heritage’s Hydrangea Success Series, and Saturday’s workshops sold out very quickly – so register early! The workshop will be run by Heritage’s Hydrangea Curator, Mal Condon.
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