Holiday Cookie Stroll to Benefit South Yarmouth Public Library in December

YARMOUTH – The 13th Annual Holiday Cookie Stroll is coming back to Yarmouth in December.

The stroll offers a unique chance to visit the homes in Old Quaker Village in South Yarmouth, designated on the National Register of Historic Districts. Strollers receive a delicious homemade cookie at each of the primary stops while they view holiday decorations in the homes.

This year, the stroll features seven private homes, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, and an Open House at the South Yarmouth Library. Additional places of interest include Bass River Shoe Repair, The Captain Farris House, Veteran’s Memorial Gazebo at Packet Landing, and David’s Episcopal Church, and the South Yarmouth United Methodist Church. Trolley transport will be provided for free at all the stops.

All proceeds raised go towards benefitting the South Yarmouth Library to provide programs like the Polar Express, summer reading events, author series, computers and new print and eBooks.

This year, the Cookie Stroll is honoring the late Sarah Horne, a longtime supporter and trustee of the library.

Tickets to the event are $20.00 for adults while children under 12 are admitted for free. Tickets are limited and go on sale starting November 19. Only ticket holders can receive a cookie.  

Don’t miss the Annual Holiday Cookie Stroll on Saturday, December 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the historic Bass River in South Yarmouth.

By TIM DUNN, News Center

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