Archive for September 25th, 2011


September 25, 2011

Tour: Threee sisters light houses

September 25

Nauset Light Beach parking area

Salt Pond Visitor’s Center: 508-255-3421


4p.m. – 5p.m.

These 19th-century lighthouses once provided a beacon for sailors off the shore of Nauset Light Beach. Learn of their history and importance. Meet at the northeast corner of Nauset Light Beach parking area, Eastham. Beach fees may apply.



September 25

Nauset Lighthouse, Ocean View Dr, Eastham


1p.m. – 4p.m.

Tours are free and open to the public (donations accepted). Parking is available at Nauset Light Beach parking lot (Cape Cod National Seashore). *Parking fees may apply.  Directions to Nauset Light: Route 6 to Bracket Road (third traffic signal from Eastham/Orleans rotary). Right onto Bracket Road. Go to end and take left onto Nauset Road. Take first right onto Cable Road. At end of Cable Road, take left onto Ocean View Drive to parking lot. Walk along path to Nauset Light.


September 25, 2011

September 24 – October 1

Falmouth Public Library, 300 Main Street, Falmouth, MA 02540

508-457-2555, ext. 6

Banned Books Week 2011 is the thirtieth annual celebration of the freedom to read. This freedom, not only to choose what we read, but also to select from a full array of possibilities, is firmly rooted in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Intellectual freedom—the freedom to access information and express ideas, even if the information and ideas might be considered unorthodox or unpopular—provides the foundation for Banned Books Week. The Falmouth Public Library will launch the celebration with a return visit of caricature artist Paul Merklein. He will present Famous Authors & Banned Books sketching famous faces from banned books and talking about why some books have been banned. Who will he draw next?  Paul’s unique show combines art, comedy and audience participation.  This program, sponsored by the Falmouth Public Library Trustees is FREE of charge and appropriate for ages 10 and up. Don’t miss “big face” artist Paul Merklein on Saturday, September 24 at 2:00 in the Hermann Foundation Meeting Room.


September 25, 2011

Septmeber 23-25, 2011

Harwich Junior Theatre, 105 Division St, West Harwich

508-432-2002 x 4


FRI & SAT @ 8p.m., SUN September 25 @ 4p.m.

Starring Laura Cappello as Patsy Cline and Suzette Hutchinson as Louise Segar. Directed by Robert Wilder and featuring The Bodacious Bobcat Band.  This musical tribute to America’s country legend includes 27 hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight”, “She’s Got You”, “I Fall to Pieces”, and “Crazy”.


September 25, 2011

September 23-25

Buzzards Bay Park, Main St., Buzzards Bay

Teri Stanley: 508-759-6000 X10

FRI & SAT @ 10a.m. – 9p.m., SUN @ 10a.m. – 6p.m.

Under the Big Tents – Rain or Shine! FREE parking available! Beer & Wine, Food Court, Midway Games & Rides for children, Live Entertainment ALL Day Long, and Over 100 Juried Crafters General Admission – $5 Children 12 and Under – Admitted FREE, NO PETS ALLOWED Combination Dinner and Admission Tickets $20 – Scallop Dinner, Soda, & Tax, including admission, $19 – Roasted Chicken Dinner, Soda & Tax, including admission. Proceeds support the Chamber’s Scholarship fund and visitor centers.


September 25, 2011

September 23-25, 2011

Heritage Museums & Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich



10a.m. – 5p.m.

The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc., Southeastern District Design & Horticulture Study Group presents its annual standard flower show. Come see what these talented floral arrangers create! See beautiful, creative floral designs, lush seasonal horticulture, fascinating educational displays and artistic crafts alongside Heritage’s renowned collections of American art, history, industry and horticulture. Flower show exhibits, inspired by the miracles of nature and the secrets of the physical world, feature 36 floral designs including Op Art, Horizontal Creative, Framed Spatial, Victorian floral mass, popular Table design and Small Designs no larger than 8 inches. Enjoy artistic crafts created from plant material as masks, botanical jewelry and decorated boxes with secret tokens. Horticulture highlights include colorful dahlias, collections and horticultural educational exhibits.