Must Attend Events This Weekend on the Cape

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The Cape will be home to many Halloween and fall events this weekend. Take a look at some of the best events happening below!

October 28

Halloween Parade – Celebrate Halloween at the Brewster Ladies’ Library. All ages are invited. Wear your costume! There will be a Halloween parade, where you will walk over to the Brewster Store, stop for songs with Cathy Hatch, and then head to Kinlin Grover Real Estate for snacks. This event will take place at the Brewster Ladies’ Library, 1822 Main St., Brewster. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend. For more information, visit brewsterladieslibrary.org.

Inaugural Great White Gala – The first-ever Great White Gala Against Cancer will feature a VIP reception, followed by a general admission event with a special Cape Cod-themed dinner, cash bar, and both a live and silent auction. Auction items include exclusive trips, vacation packages, a hot tub spa, and a BMW Lease, along with golf outings, and much more. All proceeds benefit Dana- Farber Cancer Institute’s Dr. Irene Ghobrial’s research efforts in multiple myeloma. Ticket prices start at $150 up to $1,200 for a table of 10. For more information, please visit: http://dana-farbergreatwhitegalaagainstcancer.weebly.com/

October 29

Cranberry Harvest Tour – Visit the world’s largest cranberry grower during the last tour of the peak harvest season! The A.D. Makepeace Company is offering public tours during the picturesque harvest season. Join us for one of these guided tours and learn all about cranberry farming and see New England at its best! The tour lasts approximately an hour and a half. Very little walking is required. Be prepared for wet or muddy conditions. Tours are held rain or shine but severe weather may postpone or cancel a tour. Guests will be transported by bus to the cranberry bog areas. Advance registration is highly recommended for these popular tours. Seating is limited and offered on a first-come first-serve basis. Visit admakepeace.com.

Cape Cod Brew Fest – Visit the fifth annual Cape Cod Brew Fest at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds. Enjoy this celebration of American craft brewers and sample from 75+ breweries and over 250 styles of beer. The event will have one session from 2-5:30 p.m. The festival will feature live music and food trucks & vendors will be on-site for purchase. Every attendee will receive a custom glass. A portion of every ticket sold will benefit the Barnstable County Agricultural Society. For more information, visit capecodbrewfest.com.

Provincetown Masquerade Ball – The second annual Provincetown Masquerade Ball will be held at Town Hall from 7 to 11 p.m. This year’s theme is “Creatures of the Night.” The end of the evening will bring a costume contest, with a cash prize. General admission $50; VIP admission $100. Visit provincetownmasqueradeball.com for more information.sk_provincetown-breakwater-and-monument_10-6-16-5

October 30

“The Reggie” Golf Tournament – The Captains Golf Course hosts the 34th annual Reggie Higgins Memorial golf tournament to benefit the Nauset High School golf program. Shotgun start at 1 p.m. Nine-hole scramble on both Port and Starboard. Cost is $20 for members, $30 for non-members. Sign up in the pro shop. Prizes for winning teams and closest to the pin/line. Meal, raffle and great silent auction included. 1000 Freemans Way, Brewster. For more information, visit captainsgolfcourse.com.

Craft Brew Races – The Craft Brew Races are a celebration of local craft brewing, an active lifestyle, and the surrounding community. Each event consists of a timed 5k road race followed by a local 3-hour craft beer festival. On site tickets for 5k+Brew Fest is $65, Brew Fest is $55, and designated driver is $25. Race starts at noon and the festival is from 12:30-4 p.m. 1220 Nathan Ellis Highway, East Falmouth. For more information, visit craftbrewraces.com/capecod.

Sound Journey – Relax, refresh, rejuvenate, and let the sounds work their magic! Enjoy a magical journey of deep immersion in healing sound, with the enchanting and mystical vibrations of Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, chimes, bells and more. These soothing sound vibrations create gentle frequencies that calm the mind and balance the body, enabling you to attain a relaxed, tranquil and meditative state, and a deep sense of inner peace and harmony. Bring a yoga mat, blanket, and any other items for your personal comfort. Chairs are also available. 7-8:30 p.m. Cost is $25. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 840 Sandwich Road, East Falmouth. Pre-register: HealthAndWellnessWithSound@gmail.com.

By Ann Luongo



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