Upcoming events in Harwich
EPOCH of Harwich welcomes Julie Charland (June 19)
HARWICH—EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Harwich will welcome local guitarist Julie Charland on Wednesday, June 19 at 2:30 p.m. Audiences enjoy Charland’s rendition of folk songs from the 18th through 21st century. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to request a reservation, please call 508-430-1717. EPOCH is located at 111 Headwaters Dr.
"Two Annual, Statewide Events for Breast Cancer Prevention"
THREE WEEKS AWAY! Swim, Walk, Run, Kayak for Breast Cancer Prevention
Breast Cancer Prevention
The WES PTA is holding it's 4th annual WES Fest! This Saturday June 22, 2013 from 10am to 3pm.
With mechanical rides provided by North American Amusements their tubs of fun, Rapid 70' slide and pirate ship, just to name a few, are sure to give your kids a mini carnival experience with a small town feel! Add in mini carnival games like ring toss, clown toss, putting green, milk bottle toss, and balls in the basket, the craft fair and food there is a little something for everyone! Come join for a day of fun and support a great cause at the same time! Located at the Town of Wellfleet’s Bakers Field by the pier and town playground.
The Audible Local Ledger is hosting an Artisans Fair at Deer Crossing in Mashpee on Saturday, June 22nd from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This juried show will feature the fine works of 15 artists and craftspeople.
Gerry Conti – Acrylic Frames, Karen Alexander - Jewelry ,
John Callahan – Candles, Karen Donahue – Fabric Seahorses,
Susan Koch – Jewelry
Jo Glazebrook – Pottery, Susan Hawley – Painted Cards
Joan Augustino – Painted Folk Art , Anne Lipcan - Jewelry
Audrey Vermont – Papercraft, Michael Helfen – Photo/Fine Art
Kathleen Masterson – Jewelry, Randy & Elaine Fisher – Wood Carvings
Rebecca O’Brien - Pottery, Meghan Rooney - Jewelry
The Audible Local Ledger, Inc. is a registered non-profit 501(c) 3 affiliate of the Massachusetts Radio Reading Service, a special state-wide radio information network that provides readings of daily and weekly newspapers, current periodicals, shopping guides, best selling books, calendars of community events, and other materials previously available only in print. The Audible Local Ledger broadcasts this material over closed-circuit radio stations to the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled residents of Cape Cod and the Islands .
The Third Annual "Paws for Celebration"
The Third Annual "Paws for Celebration" will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2013 from 11 AM – 3 PM. The annual event includes a pledge walk through downtown Orleans and pet-related activities, entertainment and vendors on the front lawn of Nauset Regional Middle School. The event is presented by Nauset Pet Services in Eastham.
Entertainment & activities include:
• Agility demo (11 AM – 12 PM)
• One mile pledge walk through downtown Orleans (12 PM)
• Police K-9 unit demo with the Yarmouth PD (12:45 PM)
• Frisbee dog show (1:30 PM)
• Contests (2-3 PM)
• Caricature artist doing caricatures of people & dogs
• "Doggie" photo kissing booth
• Face painting
• Fleece dog toy making (make a free tug toy for your dog)
• Blueberry facials & other mini spa treatments for dogs
• Pupcasso artwork (let your dog paint a picture!)
• An awesome raffle (Red Sox tickets, restaurant gift cards, hotel stays and much more!)
• An "Ask the Trainer" table featuring the Animal Rescue League’s behaviorist
• Bring your questions to the "Doctor Is IN Table" with Dr. Bohon of the Animal Hospital of Orleans (11 AM – 1 PM)
• Book signings with authors Kate Walls (11-1) and Spencer Quinn (1-3) at The Brewster Book Store tent
• Shopping with local vendors
• Food for sale from Dr. Frank’n’wine and Ben & Jerry’s
• Free Yoghund frozen treats for the pups
• Free T-shirts & Swag Bags to all who register for the walk online
• Tons of other giveaways and free treats!
Support the Cape Cod branch of The Animal Rescue League by forming walk teams, recruiting walkers and collecting pledges from friends and family.
It's $20 to register online and you'll receive a free event T-shirt and an awesome swag bag! It will be $25 to register the day of the event (t-shirts and swag bags will be pending availability)
Fundraising prizes include:
• A year’s supply of dog food from Agway for the top adult fundraiser.
• Dinner at Arnold’s (ten $50 gift cards) for the top fundraising team.
• A day of food and fun for the top child fundraiser and four of their friends. The day includes lunch at Guapo’s Tortilla Shack, a sundae party at The Local Scoop, bowling at the Orleans Bowling Center and mini golf at Cape Escape Adventure Golf. The winning child fundraiser will also get a monogrammed beach chair from The Cape Cod Beach Chair Company.
• The first 350 people to register online will receive a free Paws for Celebration T-shirt at the event and an awesome swag bag.
• Everyone who raises $500 gets a free Animal Rescue League hat.
• Everyone who raises $750 gets a free Animal Rescue League t-shirt.
• Everyone who raises $1000 get a free Animal Rescue League sweatshirt.
• Raise $1500 and you’ll get a free photo session for your pet with professional photographer Cold Nose Photo!
Square & Contra Dance
Saturday June 22. Square & Contra Dance. South Chatham Village Hall. Corner of Mill Creek Rd. and Route 28, just west of intersection of Rte 28 and Rte 137. 8 PM; Family dance and beginners' session at 7:00 PM. Musicians: Rose Clancy, fiddle and Jacqueline Schwab, piano; Caller: Jacqueline Schwab. No experience necessary. Come solo or with a partner.
Suggested freewill donation of $10, but anyone interested is welcome
EPOCH of Harwich welcomes Ken Badger (June 26)
HARWICH—EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Harwich will welcome musician Ken Badger on Wednesday, June 26 at 2:30 p.m. Badger is known for his energetic performances of show tunes, classic oldies and songs from the big band era. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to request a reservation, please call 508-430-1717. EPOCH is located at 111 Headwaters Dr.
Osterville in Bloom!
Take a "Seaside Journey"
at the Osterville Historical Museum
Alice Alger Memorial sundial in the Parker House Gardens, courtesy of the Osterville Garden Club
An extensive horticulture exhibit will also be on display in the boat shops of the museum.
Admission to the museum is free during the flower show. The museum is home to the Osterville Farmers' Market every Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There is plenty of free parking, and the museum is located at 155 West Bay Road, a short stroll from the Village.
EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Harwich to host reception and display with Cape Cod artist Ray Ouimet
HARWICH—EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Harwich will host a show and reception with local artist, Ray Ouimet. A Massachusetts native, Ouimet has been doing pen and ink renderings of local scenes, including light houses, birds, ships and decorative maps, for nearly 60 years. Ouimet will have approximately 50 framed pieces on display and for sale. Light refreshments will be offered and the public is invited to attend this special showing from 2 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 27.
Murder Mystery at Albertos Restaurant on Main Street in Hyannis
Murder at the Juice Joint, a roaring 20’s theme
June 28th, 6 PM $40 per person
Hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and a night of murder and intrigue
Can you use your detective skills to solve the crime. The audience will participate to figure out who did it and feel free to dress the part
Silent auction has great items to bid on from Albertos, Brazilian Grill, Balls to the Wall, Pizza One, Mikes Pizza, The Bike Zone, Michaels Creative Baking, Cape Cod Jewelers and so much more!!
EPOCH of Harwich hosts breakfast and health discussion (June 28)
HARWICH—EPOCH Senior Healthcare of Harwich will host a breakfast and health discussion on Friday, June 28 at 8 a.m. Coinciding with the warm weather, EPOCH of Harwich’s Admissions Director Pam Van Dyk will discuss sign and symptoms of dehydration. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to request a reservation, please call 508-430-1717. EPOCH is located at 111 Headwaters Dr.
The Mashpee Dog Park Committee, a 501(c)3 organization, welcomes you to participate in a Trivia Night to Benefit the Mashpee Dog Park. Cape Cod’s own DJ Cubey will test your smarts on Monday, July 15th from 7 to 9:30 pm at Dino’s Sports Bar on Route 151 in Mashpee. And don’t worry – you don’t need to be a dog expert to play! This event has been rescheduled from the original date of Monday, June 15th, due to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Tickets are $20 per person, and can be purchased on www.mashpeedogpark.com. You can also pay at the door the night of the event.
Teams will be limited to 6 people, with prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams. In between fun dog-themed questions, try your luck at winning some great raffle prizes and purchase some fun Mashpee Dog Park merchandise to show your support for this great organization.
Boy Scout Troop 7 New Bedford
New Bedford's Premier Scouting Organization
Meetings on Tuesday Nights 6:30-8:30
Gifts to Give 20 Cove St. New Bedford
Boys 11-18 welcome to join us!
Osterville Farmers' Market Celebrates 5th Season
with the Best of Sea and Land
The Osterville Farmers' Market opens for the season on June 14th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a variety of local specialties from sea and land.
Scallops, lobster, grey sole, and yellowtail flounder are just a few of the items you'll find at the Friday market.
Silverbrook Farm, Allen Farm, Oakdale Farm, Moonlight Rose, Stella's Heirloom Tomatoes, Miss Scarlett's Blue Ribbon Farm and more bring the best greens, vegetables, fruits, flowers, and eggs around.
For the sweet tooth, don't miss Sirenetta Chocolates complete with a mermaid insignia and Osterville's own Cake Out--makers of the modern cup cake in a Chinese food take-out container and best eaten with a spoon.
Soaps, breads, herbs, potions, butters, pastry, sea salt, jams, jellies, soy candles, baking mixes, vegan treats, cookies, muffins, dressing, maple syrup, wine, and more all in one location.
Plenty of free parking. Admission to the Museum is free during the Farmers' Market. Story hour for kids at 10 a.m. during July and August. Sailor's Valentine art activity for kids during the market. The market runs through September 20 and is held on the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum at 155 West Bay Road, Osterville.