Friday, July 20, 2012
Plenty things to do around Barnstable this weekend including a craft fair!
What: Opening Reception for Sue Dragoo Lembo Where: Little Beach Gallery When: Saturday at 5pm Cost: FREE What: In honor of Friendly's 77th Birthday, 77 cent single scoop cone Where: Friendly's When: Saturday at 12pm Cost: 77 cents What: The Hyannis Summer Arts and Craft Festival Where: Hyannis Village Green When: Saturday and Sunday starting at 10am Cost: FREE, less the cost of items What: Free admission to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Where: Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum When: Friday Cost: Free
Friday, July 13, 2012
Busy weekend in Barnstable. Get out and do something!
What: 4th Annual Pirates Ball Where: Cape Cod Maritime Museum When: Friday July 13 Cost: $40 What: Trivia Night Where: Fresh Ketch When: Friday July 13 Cost: Free What: The Fat Ass Cancer Bitch Goes Shopping Where: Cotuit Center for the Arts When: Friday and Saturday Cost: $12 What: Historical Train Station Museum and Scenic Train Rides Where: National Railway Historical Society When: Saturday Cost: Adults $16; Seniors $14 and Children $11 What: Fenway Park: A Salute to the Coolest, Cruelest, Longest-Running Major League Baseball Stadium in America Where: Centerville Library When: Saturday Cost: Free
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Five fun things to do with dad this weekend.
What: Bikes On Ice Motorcycle Showcase When: Sunday from 9am to 4pm Where: Hyannis Youth and Community Center in the Butler Rink Why Go: Bikes On Ice will feature 80 custom, stock and antique motorcycles as well as vendors of all kinds! Examples include former NHL Player Brian Leetch's commemorative Harley Davidson that he received when he retired; a 1946 Harley Davidson owned by a local Native who has clocked more than 300,000 miles on several cross-country trips; and local artist Greg Vaughan's ink bike along with his unique style of artwork on helmets and more. A capella group Cape Harmony will perform from 10-11AM followed by other live entertainment. A motorcycle safety clinic will take place and over 30 raffle prizes will be given …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Don't know what to do in Barnstable for Memorial Day Weekend? Patch has a plan for you.
When: Monday, May 28 - The parade will form at the library at 9:30am and kick-off sharply at 10am Where: The traditional parade takes place as in years past down Main Street in Centerville from the Centerville Library, up Old Stage Road to Beechwood Cemetery. Cost: Free Why: In keeping with hometown parades across the country, Barnstable's parade includes school bands, politicians, marching Boy and Girl Scouts, honor guards, musket salutes and much more. The parade will proceed to Monument Square for brief ceremonies and then move on to Beechwood Cemetery for the Memorial Day Program which includes observances and Keynote Speaker Sidney L. Chase, former Director, Barnstable District Veterans’ Services. When: Monday, May 28 at 12:15 pm…
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Plenty to do this weekend in Barnstable.
What: Barnstable Football Game vs. Durfee When/Where: Friday at 6 pm, Barnstable High School Why go: It's the first game of the season. There will be a memorial to fallen Navy SEAL Kevin Houston and Siobhan Magnus will sing the National Anthem. Pricing: Free What: Paddle for the Bays When/Where: Saturday at 10 am at Dowses Beach in Osterville Why go: Grab a paddle for fun and pleasure and to get closer to Barnstable's waters, plus raise money for a good cause. Pricing: $10 adults, $5 kids, under 8 free What: HYCC's 2nd Birthday and Family Rec Day When/Where: Saturday from 12 to 7 pm at Hyannis Youth and Community Center Why go: Touch-a-truck with emergency vehicles, skate, play, eat and have fun. Pricing: Free, some activities require a …
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Take advantage of the Cape summer events!
What: Sarah Swain Band Where/When: Aselton Park on Friday from 6 to 7:30 pm Why Go: Listen to some good tunes on a blanket and enjoy some beverages. Pricing: Free What: Comedian Brian Regan Where/When: Melody Tent on Saturday at 8 pm Why Go: Laugh. Good times. Pricing: $44 to $62 Gail at the Paddock Where/When: The Paddock, Saturday from 7 to 11 pm Why go: Enjoy the music from pianist and vocalist Gail while enjoying some Paddock delights from 7 to 11 pm. Pricing: Free What: Woods Hole Film Festival Where/When: Saturday through August 6 at 87B Water Street, Woods Hole Why Go: The 20th Annual Woods Hole Film Festival will celebrate 20 years of independent movie making. Pricing: $90 weekend pass, $250 week pass For more details or to buy…
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Make a fairy house, zumba, indulge in murder mystery or find out about climate change in Woods Hole.
Friday What: Pitter Patter Puppet Show Where/When: Centerville Public Library 10 to 11 am Why Go: Puppets and it is free. Need I say more? Pricing: Free What: The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will host a Climate Fair Where/When: The Redfield Laboratory from 10 am to 2:30 pm. Why go: There will be lots of activities to explore, face painting, story telling; and information available on things like climate change and composting toilets. Scientists will be on hand to participate in informal discussions and answer questions. Pricing: Free What: Masters of Suspense: Tales From the Crime Scene Where/When: The Cape Codder Resort & Spa from 8 to 9:30 pm. Doors at 7:30 pm. Why Go: Three New England true-life crime authors will …