Come visit theÂ Waquoit Farmers' MarketÂ at theÂ Waquoit Congregational ChurchÂ from 10am-3pm on Saturday, April 21 (and every Saturday through May 12), featuring handcrafted foods, locally grown fresh produce, weekly cooking demos, used books, and a thrift store. It's also home of the famous Holy Frank's hot dog!
Come on out for Environmental Spoken Word Poetry this Saturday, April 21 from 12-2pm at in the Hermann Foundation Room of the Falmouth Public Library. For more information, contact Cecilia Pineda at 508-685-6923.
A Swing Dancing Party will take place on Saturday, April 21 from 5-7pm at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel. The Mike Bono Quartet featuring Ben Lusher on vocals will perform, and there will be a dance demonstration from Falmouthâ€™s own Ellen Brodsky at 5:15pm.Â The event will benefit the West Falmouth Playground on Blacksmith Shop Road. Tickets are $45 in advance or $50 at the door;Â Cape Cod formal or classic swing attire is suggested.Â Hors dâ€™oeuvres are included, cash bar.Â Tickets are available at the West Falmouth Market, the Wild Harbor General Store, Jack in the Beanstalk, or Eight Cousins Books.
Head over to Liam Maguire's Pub and Restaurant on Sunday, April 22 from 12-6pm for an afternoon of fun and entertainment benefiting the Woods Hole Day Care Cooperative. This free event will feature live music and entertainment all day by the Old Silver Band, John McNamara, John and Jim, and Liam Maguire himself, plus lots of fabulous raffle and silent auction items.Â All proceeds will go to the Cooperative.
The return of river herring to the rivers and streams of Cape Cod is a sure sign of spring. But did you know there are other important fisheries that also use our streams to migrate to and from the ocean, such as white perch and American eels? Brad Chase will present a talk on the "Sea-Run Fish of Cape Codâ€ as the featured speaker at the Coonamessett River Trustâ€™s Annual Meeting on Sunday, April 22 at 2pm at Highfield Hall. ChaseÂ is a marine fisheries biologist who leads the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries' Diadromous Fish Biology and Management Project. The event is free and open to the public.
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