Ringing in 2020!
First Night Chatham Visit downtown Chatham and chose from the 70+ performances and events in which to partake. Starting at noon with the Town Photo at the Chatham Lighthouse, and ending with a midnight fireworks show at Oyster Pond. Countdown Party at the Monomoy Ballroom Chatham Bars Inn, 297 Shore Road, Chatham, 10PM - 1AM DJ dance party. 21+ with positive ID. Night of Comedy Cotuit Arts Center at 4404 Falmouth Road, Cotuit, MA 02635, New Year’s Eve Night of Comedy at 7PM
Cape Cod October Events & Activities
Mashpee Oktoberfest Date / Time: October 5 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: The Village Green at Mashpee Commons Website Details: Across from the Christ the King Church, there will be plenty of food, fun and entertainment at the Mashpee Oktoberfest happening Saturday October 5th from 10am - 4pm. Not So Spooky Halloween at Edaville Date / Time: October 4 – 27th 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Location: Carver Website Details: Admission to the Not So Spooky Halloween at Edaville is included in
April Events and Happenings
Monday, April 1st Jump In for St. Aubin Where: Hardings Beach / Chatham VFW Address: Hardings Beach Road, Chatham Time: 4:00pm Take the polar plunge and raise for the St. Aubin family! There will be a gathering at the VFW on George Ryder Road where there will be a raffle with so many great prizes! Saturday, April 6th Free Family Fun Fair 2019 Where: Orleans Elementary School Address: 46 Eldredge Pkwy, Orleans Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm The entire family is welcome to enjoy this
Music on Main Street
Chatham: Monday’s on Main Main Street, Chatham (from the Rotary to the Chatham Inn at 359 Main), Mondays until August 20th, 5:30PM to 9:00PM. The Chatham Merchants Association has labored to bring Mondays on Main from concept to reality! (Cape Cod Tree & Landscape’s co-owner Chris Smith worked on the CMA’s Mondays on Main subcommittee.) The idea was to not only breathe life into Chatham’s downtown businesses on what might normally be a slow night, but also to provide opportu
Fall Clean-Ups and November Fun!
The idea behind a fall clean-up is not only to remove all the fallen leaves and twigs that accumulate each autumn, but to prepare your lawn and garden beds for the next growing season. Start at the top: as Isaac Newton observed, what goes up must come down. The leaves that have blown up into your gutters are now impeding the flow of rain (and as winter progresses, melted snow, too) within the gutter system of your home and they must come down. It is prudent to clean your gu