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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    01/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    01/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    01/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    01/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    01/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • Cruise with the Cahoon!
    5:30 PM-7:30 PM
    01/06/17

    Thursday, June 1 (rain date Tuesday, June 6) 5:30-7:30pm
    All aboard the Island Queen for a fun and festive cruise in support of the Cahoon Museum of American Art! Leaving from Falmouth,
    sail the Nantucket Sound with mermaids and sailors on this South Seas themed adventure. Dance the night away with DJ of Straight from the Cape, Caribbean sounds, limbo, bountiful hors d’oeuvres, treasure chest prizes, raffles, cash bar libations and a few other surprises. Complimentary drink ticket for Museum members.
    Suggested attire: South Seas casual, mermaids – be creative!

    Don’t miss the boat!
    Round up your friends and buy your tickets today!
    $65 per person. cmaa@cahoonmuseum.org or call 508.428.7581

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      01/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      01/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      01/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      01/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      01/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

    • Cruise with the Cahoon!
      5:30 PM-7:30 PM
      01/06/17

      Thursday, June 1 (rain date Tuesday, June 6) 5:30-7:30pm
      All aboard the Island Queen for a fun and festive cruise in support of the Cahoon Museum of American Art! Leaving from Falmouth,
      sail the Nantucket Sound with mermaids and sailors on this South Seas themed adventure. Dance the night away with DJ of Straight from the Cape, Caribbean sounds, limbo, bountiful hors d’oeuvres, treasure chest prizes, raffles, cash bar libations and a few other surprises. Complimentary drink ticket for Museum members.
      Suggested attire: South Seas casual, mermaids – be creative!

      Don’t miss the boat!
      Round up your friends and buy your tickets today!
      $65 per person. cmaa@cahoonmuseum.org or call 508.428.7581

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  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    02/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    02/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    02/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    02/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    02/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      02/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      02/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      02/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      02/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      02/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

3
  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    03/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    03/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    03/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    03/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    03/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • Youth Fishing Derby
    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    03/06/17

    For kids age 5-14 years old, a Youth Fishing Derby will be held Saturday, June 3rd from 9-11am at John’s Pond, Back Road. This is a chance for the youth anglers to demonstrate their skills and have some fun. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Fishing will be from the beach area only, no waders or boats are allowed. Mashpee Recreation Department will provide bait but participants must bring their own fishing rod!

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      03/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      03/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      03/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      03/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      03/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

    • Youth Fishing Derby
      9:00 AM-11:00 AM
      03/06/17

      For kids age 5-14 years old, a Youth Fishing Derby will be held Saturday, June 3rd from 9-11am at John’s Pond, Back Road. This is a chance for the youth anglers to demonstrate their skills and have some fun. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Fishing will be from the beach area only, no waders or boats are allowed. Mashpee Recreation Department will provide bait but participants must bring their own fishing rod!

4
  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    04/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    04/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    04/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    04/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    04/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      04/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      04/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      04/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      04/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      04/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

5
  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    05/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    05/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    05/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    05/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      05/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      05/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      05/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      05/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    06/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    06/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    06/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    06/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      06/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      06/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      06/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      06/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    07/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    07/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    07/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    07/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      07/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      07/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      07/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      07/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

8
  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    08/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    08/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    08/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    08/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    08/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      08/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      08/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      08/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      08/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      08/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

9
  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    09/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    09/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    09/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    09/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    09/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      09/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      09/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      09/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      09/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      09/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

10
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  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    11/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    11/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    11/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    11/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    11/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • Beach and Back Half-Marathon By Naukabout Beer
    All day
    11/06/17

    This half-marathon will begin at the Mashpee Commons, go down Great Neck Road South, then continue towards South Cape Beach, where the race turns around and heads back to Mashpee Commons. There will be water/fuel stations along the way as well as medical assistance in case anyone finds themselves a bit fatigued. The race will be a half-marathon; 13.34 miles long.

    There will be an after-race party for those aged 21 and over at Naukabout Beer. There will be no awards ceremony on race day. All awards will be mailed out after the event instead. The top three overall Male and Female winners receive $150, $100, and $50, respectively. There will also be top three Male and Female winners in different age groups.

    For more details and to register for the race, visit www.beachandbackhalf.com

  • Beach and Back Half Marathon Presented by Naukabout Beer!
    8:00 AM-2:00 PM
    11/06/17

    This half-marathon will begin at the Mashpee Commons, go down Great Neck Road South, then continue towards South Cape Beach, where the race turns around and heads back to Mashpee Commons. There will be water/fuel stations along the way as well as medical assistance in case anyone finds themselves a bit fatigued. The race will be a half-marathon; 13.34 miles long.

    There will be an after-race party for those aged 21 and over at Naukabout Beer. There will be no awards ceremony on race day. All awards will be mailed out after the event instead. The top three overall Male and Female winners receive $150, $100, and $50, respectively. There will also be top three Male and Female winners in different age groups.

    For more details and to register for the race, visit www.beachandbackhalf.com

  • The Woods Hole Jazz Summer Series at Highfield Hall & Gardens
    4:00 PM-6:00 PM
    11/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Introducing a hot, new jazz collaboration with Woods Hole Jazz. Three amazing shows with international jazz musicians for the BEST of jazz this summer.

    The Tim Ray Trio
    June 11, 4:00 pm

    There are people who play the piano and there are piano players… pianists. Those pianists, people like Tim Ray, simply transport your emotions for a few hours with the astonishing sounds of jazz coming from their fingers. Tim Ray’s technique sparkles and his musical concepts are unique, a dazzling combination. He brings his long-time favorite colleagues John Lockwood, bass and Mark Walker on the drums, and this summer evening of jazz music is one not be missed!

    Register.

    Check out Tim Ray’s website.

  • More events
    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      11/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      11/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      11/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      11/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      11/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

    • Beach and Back Half-Marathon By Naukabout Beer
      All day
      11/06/17

      This half-marathon will begin at the Mashpee Commons, go down Great Neck Road South, then continue towards South Cape Beach, where the race turns around and heads back to Mashpee Commons. There will be water/fuel stations along the way as well as medical assistance in case anyone finds themselves a bit fatigued. The race will be a half-marathon; 13.34 miles long.

      There will be an after-race party for those aged 21 and over at Naukabout Beer. There will be no awards ceremony on race day. All awards will be mailed out after the event instead. The top three overall Male and Female winners receive $150, $100, and $50, respectively. There will also be top three Male and Female winners in different age groups.

      For more details and to register for the race, visit www.beachandbackhalf.com

    • Beach and Back Half Marathon Presented by Naukabout Beer!
      8:00 AM-2:00 PM
      11/06/17

      This half-marathon will begin at the Mashpee Commons, go down Great Neck Road South, then continue towards South Cape Beach, where the race turns around and heads back to Mashpee Commons. There will be water/fuel stations along the way as well as medical assistance in case anyone finds themselves a bit fatigued. The race will be a half-marathon; 13.34 miles long.

      There will be an after-race party for those aged 21 and over at Naukabout Beer. There will be no awards ceremony on race day. All awards will be mailed out after the event instead. The top three overall Male and Female winners receive $150, $100, and $50, respectively. There will also be top three Male and Female winners in different age groups.

      For more details and to register for the race, visit www.beachandbackhalf.com

    • The Woods Hole Jazz Summer Series at Highfield Hall & Gardens
      4:00 PM-6:00 PM
      11/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Introducing a hot, new jazz collaboration with Woods Hole Jazz. Three amazing shows with international jazz musicians for the BEST of jazz this summer.

      The Tim Ray Trio
      June 11, 4:00 pm

      There are people who play the piano and there are piano players… pianists. Those pianists, people like Tim Ray, simply transport your emotions for a few hours with the astonishing sounds of jazz coming from their fingers. Tim Ray’s technique sparkles and his musical concepts are unique, a dazzling combination. He brings his long-time favorite colleagues John Lockwood, bass and Mark Walker on the drums, and this summer evening of jazz music is one not be missed!

      Register.

      Check out Tim Ray’s website.

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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    12/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    12/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    12/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    12/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      12/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      12/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      12/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      12/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    13/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    13/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    13/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    13/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      13/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      13/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      13/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      13/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    14/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    14/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    14/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    14/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      14/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      14/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      14/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      14/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    16/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    16/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    16/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    16/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    16/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      16/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      16/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      16/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      16/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      16/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • “Visiting Mr. Green” at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    18/06/17

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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    June 1 – June 18
    A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
    Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
    In the Black Box Theater
    Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
    (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
    Buy your tickets online.

  • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
    All day
    18/06/17

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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

    “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

    Juror’s statement:

    The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

    – Toni Spadafora

    Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    18/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    18/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    18/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • More events
    • "Visiting Mr. Green" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      18/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      June 1 – June 18
      A warm, witty, and touching play about two very different men from two very different era. Octogenarian Mr. Green and early thirty-something Ross Gardner, through circumstances the play will reveal, are forced to spend time with each other on a regular basis.
      Tickets are $18; $15 for members.
      In the Black Box Theater
      Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm, Sun at 4:00pm
      (The Saturday, June 17 performance will be at 2:00pm)
      Buy your tickets online.

    • Home: An Open-Juried Exhibit
      All day
      18/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      EXHIBIT DATES:  May 20-June 18, 2017

      “Home”, an open juried exhibition will run May 20 through June 17, 2017 at Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be juried by artist Toni Spadafora whose solo exhibit will run concurrently. The juried exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space which can accommodate large works. Works of all mediums and sizes encouraged.

      Juror’s statement:

      The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live – we choose a place – the place becomes us and we become that place.  When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.

      – Toni Spadafora

      Exhibit will occupy the lower gallery space at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      18/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      18/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      18/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

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  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    23/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    23/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    23/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • The 2nd Annual Mashpee Chamber Lobster Fest
    5:30 PM-8:30 PM
    23/06/17

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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Friday, June 23rd, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, $55 per ticket

    The Mashpee Chamber is excited to announce that this year’s Lobsterfest will be a summer kick-off, summer solstice celebration scheduled for June 23, 2017 in the recreational hall located on the beach at Camp Farley. A traditional Cape Cod clam-bake will be served including lobster and all the fixings. Enjoy the summer camp feel, roast marshmallows and dance to the sounds of the Harry Steele Band. Exciting raffle prizes will be given away including gifts certificates from Rideaway Kayak, a 3-lb. lobster and more.

    Each $55 ticket allows the holder a full Cape Cod Clambake dinner including a full boiled lobster, clam chowder, mussels, clams, rolls, potatoes, corn on the cob, sausage, and all the fixings prepared by Clam Bakes Etc.
    Not into surf? Turf food options will be available to purchase at the event for non-ticket holders including hot dogs and hamburgers from Dino’s on Wheels. Perfect for the kids!
    Naukabout beer, wine, and a signature adult beverage will also be for sale at our cash bar. Plus, we will have raffles, games, the Harry Steele Band, and fire pit for the perfect summer-camp vibe.
    Purchase tickets online using the button below and pick them up at the Will Call line at the event on June 23rd.
    This and other chamber of commerce events support the Mashpee Chamber Scholarship Fund and other chamber initiatives. Tickets are non-refundable under any circumstances. If you have questions, please contact us at 508-477-0792. Online ticket price includes a small processing fee.

    Purchase your ticket online today.

    The 2nd Annual Mashpee Chamber Lobster Fest is sponsored by…

  • More events
    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      23/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      23/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      23/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

    • The 2nd Annual Mashpee Chamber Lobster Fest
      5:30 PM-8:30 PM
      23/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Friday, June 23rd, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm, $55 per ticket

      The Mashpee Chamber is excited to announce that this year’s Lobsterfest will be a summer kick-off, summer solstice celebration scheduled for June 23, 2017 in the recreational hall located on the beach at Camp Farley. A traditional Cape Cod clam-bake will be served including lobster and all the fixings. Enjoy the summer camp feel, roast marshmallows and dance to the sounds of the Harry Steele Band. Exciting raffle prizes will be given away including gifts certificates from Rideaway Kayak, a 3-lb. lobster and more.

      Each $55 ticket allows the holder a full Cape Cod Clambake dinner including a full boiled lobster, clam chowder, mussels, clams, rolls, potatoes, corn on the cob, sausage, and all the fixings prepared by Clam Bakes Etc.
      Not into surf? Turf food options will be available to purchase at the event for non-ticket holders including hot dogs and hamburgers from Dino’s on Wheels. Perfect for the kids!
      Naukabout beer, wine, and a signature adult beverage will also be for sale at our cash bar. Plus, we will have raffles, games, the Harry Steele Band, and fire pit for the perfect summer-camp vibe.
      Purchase tickets online using the button below and pick them up at the Will Call line at the event on June 23rd.
      This and other chamber of commerce events support the Mashpee Chamber Scholarship Fund and other chamber initiatives. Tickets are non-refundable under any circumstances. If you have questions, please contact us at 508-477-0792. Online ticket price includes a small processing fee.

      Purchase your ticket online today.

      The 2nd Annual Mashpee Chamber Lobster Fest is sponsored by…

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  • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
    All day
    24/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

    Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

  • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
    All day
    24/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

    Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
    Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

  • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
    All day
    24/06/17

    Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

    Get more information and register.

  • Piece by Piece III at Cotuit Center for the Arts
    All day
    24/06/17

    EXHIBIT DATES:  June 24-July 31, 2017
    Panel Installation Celebration
    June 24, 5:00-7:00pm

    another painting, another puzzle, another party

    Piece by Piece III will be a large-scale collaborative installation featuring over 150 artists from Cape Cod.  The project is (kind of) a surprise, but to whet your appetite here are some images from the 2013 and 2015 “Piece by Piece” Installations.

  • 7th Annual SandwichFest
    10:00 AM-4:00 PM
    24/06/17

    The Seventh Annual SandwichFest will be celebrated on Saturday, June 24, from 10 am to 4 pm, rain or shine. This year’s street festival will be held on Water Street (Route 130) stretching from Town Hall Square to the Hoxie House. Approximately 75 Juried Arts and Crafts, food and local non-profit organizations will take part in the event. The “Best Sandwich in Sandwich” tent will be located at the Hoxie House along with a “Beer and Wine Garden”. To vote on People’s Choice Award and to sample the delicious sandwiches, purchase a $20 Ticket per person by registering and purchasing below. Fun and games with the Sandwich Recreation Department on the lawn of the former Thornton W. Burgess Museum, a Dog Costume Parade and Competition and much more awaits fair goers at this celebration of summer.

  • Highfield Celebrates! A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    6:00 PM-9:30 PM
    24/06/17

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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Join Highfield Hall for the annual fundraiser as they celebrate the summer solstice!

    You will get to enjoy sweet spirits in the Fairy Garden, Dine like the Gods on a gourmet midsummer feast, make a wish under the twinkling stars in the enchanted forest tent, and be amazed by the Art of Magic from award-winning illusionist, Mike Pisciotta. It will be a magical evening!

    There is going to be a live auction with coveted items which are soon to be announced, fun games of chance, and toe-tapping music. The winning ticket for the $20,000 luxury stay at the 5-Star Casa de Campo Golf Resort in the Dominican Republic will be drawn live. You could be the lucky winner! Only 50 tickets will be sold, so your chance of winning is in your favor.

    Mark your calendar for an enchanted summer evening on Saturday, June 24th!

    Buy A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ticket

  • Popponesset Marketplace Concert
    7:00 PM-9:30 PM
    24/06/17

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Music by local bands.
    Friday & Saturday: 7 PM – 9:30 PM. Sunday: 6:30 PM – 9 PM.

  • More events
    • The Art of Elizabeth B. Mumford
      All day
      24/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors.

      Elizabeth Mumford’s artwork will be displayed at the Cahoon Museum of American Art until June 25th 2017.

    • Big Fish Little Fish: Recent Works by Ric Haynes
      All day
      24/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      “Several encounters with visual phenomena in my early life solidified my later path to becoming an artist. One encounter happened when I was five and visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. I now reflect back on that visit as one of the portals into an ability to imagine an event without the limitations of boundaries and time.” – Ric Haynes. Read more.

      Exhibition will be at Woodruff’s Art Center until June 25th.
      Artist talk on Sunday, June 11th at 4 PM.

    • Hooks for Home Fishing Derby
      All day
      24/06/17

      Grab your tackle boxes, bait your hooks and cast your line as the first annual Habitat for Humanity Fishing Derby commences on June 1st, 2017! Habitat for Humanity’s Fishing Derby is a 6-week fishing derby for saltwater and freshwater fishermen (and women) that will help to address the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

      Get more information and register.

    • Piece by Piece III at Cotuit Center for the Arts
      All day
      24/06/17

      EXHIBIT DATES:  June 24-July 31, 2017
      Panel Installation Celebration
      June 24, 5:00-7:00pm

      another painting, another puzzle, another party

      Piece by Piece III will be a large-scale collaborative installation featuring over 150 artists from Cape Cod.  The project is (kind of) a surprise, but to whet your appetite here are some images from the 2013 and 2015 “Piece by Piece” Installations.

    • 7th Annual SandwichFest
      10:00 AM-4:00 PM
      24/06/17

      The Seventh Annual SandwichFest will be celebrated on Saturday, June 24, from 10 am to 4 pm, rain or shine. This year’s street festival will be held on Water Street (Route 130) stretching from Town Hall Square to the Hoxie House. Approximately 75 Juried Arts and Crafts, food and local non-profit organizations will take part in the event. The “Best Sandwich in Sandwich” tent will be located at the Hoxie House along with a “Beer and Wine Garden”. To vote on People’s Choice Award and to sample the delicious sandwiches, purchase a $20 Ticket per person by registering and purchasing below. Fun and games with the Sandwich Recreation Department on the lawn of the former Thornton W. Burgess Museum, a Dog Costume Parade and Competition and much more awaits fair goers at this celebration of summer.

    • Highfield Celebrates! A Midsummer Night's Dream
      6:00 PM-9:30 PM
      24/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Join Highfield Hall for the annual fundraiser as they celebrate the summer solstice!

      You will get to enjoy sweet spirits in the Fairy Garden, Dine like the Gods on a gourmet midsummer feast, make a wish under the twinkling stars in the enchanted forest tent, and be amazed by the Art of Magic from award-winning illusionist, Mike Pisciotta. It will be a magical evening!

      There is going to be a live auction with coveted items which are soon to be announced, fun games of chance, and toe-tapping music. The winning ticket for the $20,000 luxury stay at the 5-Star Casa de Campo Golf Resort in the Dominican Republic will be drawn live. You could be the lucky winner! Only 50 tickets will be sold, so your chance of winning is in your favor.

      Mark your calendar for an enchanted summer evening on Saturday, June 24th!

      Buy A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ticket

    • Popponesset Marketplace Concert
      7:00 PM-9:30 PM
      24/06/17
      Cannot determine address at this location.
      Cannot determine address at this location.

      Music by local bands.
      Friday & Saturday: 7 PM – 9:30 PM. Sunday: 6:30 PM – 9 PM.

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