16 prime issues to do on Cape Cod Oct. 14-20

The harvest-y and spooky sides of October collide in a few of the prime occasions to get pleasure from this week, with Cranberry Day in Sandwich, pumpkin-painting in Dennis and a discuss graveyards in Falmouth.

There are additionally numerous kinds of music to get pleasure from. Cape Symphony options Broadway performers in its celebration of musical theater; the Cultural Middle of Cape Cod showcases Puerto Rican music because it opens an exhibit on Hispanic artwork; jazz musicians take over downtown Falmouth and play a soup-kitchen fundraiser in Provincetown; the Lighthouse Chamber Gamers are again in Harwich; the Falmouth Chorale celebrates psalms; and there is an open mic that includes native performers in Yarmouth Port.

Different highlights embrace a nature tour in Mashpee, a day of mindfulness in Sandwich, each a chat in regards to the Palestinian scenario and a scallop-festival fundraiser in Harwich, a film/guide speak in Osterville, and talks about graveyards and scandal in Falmouth. Need one thing to do? Have a look:

Musician/composer Fabiola Méndez will give an afternoon workshop on Saturday at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod about Puerto Rican folk music and traditions, then at night, she and her trio will present "Afrorriqueña," a concert showing her skill on the Puerto Rican cuatro.

Musician/composer Fabiola Méndez will give a day workshop on Saturday on the Cultural Middle of Cape Cod about Puerto Rican people music and traditions, then at night time, she and her trio will current “Afrorriqueña,” a live performance displaying her ability on the Puerto Rican cuatro.

The Cultural Middle of Cape Cod will open an artwork exhibit and maintain two musical applications this weekend associated to Hispanic heritage and tradition. There might be a reception to open “Hispanic Heritage — The Tapestry of America,” a four-gallery exhibit on view by Nov. 10 that focuses on the Hispanic influences mirrored on this nation and embodied in its traditions, tastes, music and artwork. The exhibition is juried by Colombian American New Media Artist and Educator Santiago Echeverry.

On Saturday, musician/composer Fabiola Méndez will give a day workshop about Puerto Rican people music and traditions, then at night time, she and her trio will current “Afrorriqueña,” a live performance displaying her ability on the Puerto Rican cuatro, a stringed instrument, that has earned her acclaim, together with being chosen because the winner of the 2011 “Nationwide Cuatro Participant Competitors” in 2011 in Puerto Rico.

When: opening reception for artwork exhibit from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14; workshop from 2 to three p.m. Saturday; live performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday

The place: Cultural Middle of Cape Cod, 307 Outdated Foremost St., South Yarmouth

Admission: free for opening reception; $25 for the live performance; $30 for workshop

Data and reservations: https://www.cultural-center.org/ or 508-394-7100

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Take a guided tour of Mashpee’s conservation lands

A hike on the Pure Succession at John’s Pond might be provided Saturday within the second in a sequence of free naturalist-guided excursions in Mashpee conservation areas. All ages are invited and kids are inspired to come back. Information maps for a lot of conservation areas can be found on the Conservation workplace on the Mashpee City Corridor. Excursions could also be canceled within the occasion of stormy climate.

When and the place: 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at Pure Succession at John’s Pond; Oct. 22 at Fitch Property, Mashpee River Woodlands Park; and Oct. 29 at  Conaumet Neck Tour.

Admission: Free

Data: Mashpee Conservation Division at 539-1400, ext. 8540

The Thornton Burgess Green Briar Nature Center & Jam Kitchen will hold its annual Cape Cod Cranberry Day on Saturday.

The Thornton Burgess Inexperienced Briar Nature Middle & Jam Kitchen will maintain its annual Cape Cod Cranberry Day on Saturday.

It’s cranberry season at Inexperienced Briar

The Thornton Burgess Inexperienced Briar Nature Middle & Jam Kitchen will maintain its annual Cape Cod Cranberry Day on Saturday, providing cooking demonstrations utilizing conventional cranberry recipes. There may also be meals out there that features a selfmade cranberry crumble dessert and cranberry bake sale; and jam merchandise, books and nature-related items on the market. Displays and grounds might be open.

When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: Thornton Burgess Inexperienced Briar Nature Middle & Jam Kitchen. 6 Discovery Hill Highway, East Sandwich

Admission: Free; meals on the market

Data: 508-888-6870 or https://thorntonburgess.org/

Sandwich library holds day of mindfulness

Sandwich Public Library will host Mindfulness Saturday applications with The Consciousness Undertaking, with actions over 5 hours. The “day of reflection, art-making and private discovery” will encompass greater than a dozen mini-workshops for people of all ages, in addition to households to get pleasure from collectively. There may also be a brief play, a puppet present and alternatives to energise physique and thoughts and study strategies to make use of in each day life.

When: 10 a.m. to three p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: Sandwich Public Library, 142 Foremost St.

Admission: Free

Data: https://theawareness.org/occasions/

Eat scallops, assist the neighborhood

The Rotary Membership of Harwich-Dennis will maintain its annual “ScallopFest” fundraiser Saturday as a solution to help its philanthropic work all year long. Lunch and dinner might be served on the Weatherdeck Restaurant with a menu of clam chowder, scallops, french fries, coleslaw and apple crisp for dessert. (Rooster tenders can be found to substitute for scallops.) Since 1948, the membership’s Good Works Basis has helped the neighborhood by faculty applications for youth, scholarships, vacation help for households and extra.

When: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: The Weatherdeck Restaurant, 168 Route 28, West Harwich

Price: $30 for adults and $15 for kids

Data: https://harwichdennisrotary.org/

The book “A Golden Retriever & His Two Dads: An Adventure on Cape Cod” by Dan Perdios will be part of a movie and book event at Osterville Village Library.

The guide “A Golden Retriever & His Two Dads: An Journey on Cape Cod” by Dan Perdios might be a part of a film and guide occasion at Osterville Village Library.

Two dads featured in each film and guide

A 2009 film made on Cape Cod based mostly on true occasions a couple of teen studying about her widowed father and his homosexual lover, and a guide written a couple of canine and his two dads, will each be featured at a screening at Osterville Village Library. James Egan, producer of the film “Wild About Harry,” might be available, as will creator Dan Perdios, the movie’s prop grasp whose guide “A Golden Retriever & His Two Dads: An Journey on Cape Cod” a couple of matchmaking canine, is partly set through the filming. The film, directed by Gwenn Wynne, stars Danielle Savre, Josh Peck, Adam Pascal, and Tate Donovan.

When: 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: Osterville Village Library, 43 Wianno Ave.

Admission: Free

Registration (advised): 508-428-5757

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Relay for Life holds pumpkin portray celebration

Relay For Lifetime of Cape Cod will host a free “Pumpkin Portray Get together” that can function a wrap-up of this yr’s efforts to boost funds for the American Most cancers Society (which netted simply over $100,000) in addition to a kick-off rally for 2023 efforts. There might be pumpkins to color, yard video games and refreshments.

When: 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: Johnny Kelley Park, 180 Outdated Bass River Highway, Dennis

Admission: Free

Data: www.relayforlife.org/capecodma or contact Allison Mannette at Allison.mannette@most cancers.org

Linus Schafer-Goulthorpe, a boy soprano, will be featured in the Falmouth Chorale's performance of Leonard Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms."

Linus Schafer-Goulthorpe, a boy soprano, might be featured within the Falmouth Chorale’s efficiency of Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms.”

Falmouth Chorale celebrates the psalms

Falmouth Chorale will rejoice musical traditions and improvements for its 59th season with “Make a Joyful Noise: A Celebration of Psalms from New England,” concert events led by creative director Andrew Jonathan Welch. This system will function psalm settings by New England composers, together with Massachusetts native son Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms.” For that piece, the chorale might be joined by 13-year-old boy soprano Linus Schafer-Goulthorpe, plus an organist, harpist and percussionist. Additionally on this system might be a composition by New Hampshire native Amy Seashore, the primary American lady to realize widespread recognition (within the late nineteenth century) as a composer of large-scale works; the work of dwelling girls composers En-Hua Holtz and Kathy Wonson Eddy, sung by the Chorale’s Chamber Singers; and Charles Ives “Psalm 90.” Welch may also lead the world premiere of his personal “Haec Dies” (ʺThis is the Dayʺ), set to Psalm 118 and Walt Whitman.

When: 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 and three p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16

The place: John Wesley United Methodist Church, 270 Gifford St., Falmouth

Tickets: $25 upfront, $30 on the door, $5 for college kids

Reservations and data (together with native companies promoting tickets): https://falmouthchorale.org/.

Be aware: All viewers members should put on masks.

The Bill Taylor Trio will again play as part of the Jazz Stroll in Falmouth, which will take place Saturday, Oct. 15.

The Invoice Taylor Trio will once more play as a part of the Jazz Stroll in Falmouth, which can happen Saturday, Oct. 15.

Jazz takes over downtown Falmouth

ArtsFalmouth will maintain its conventional Jazz Stroll Saturday night time — stay for the primary time since 2019 — with musicians performing in places across the downtown space. All performances are an hour lengthy, and refreshments might be supplied. The occasion begins at 6 p.m. with the Wealthy Hill Quartet taking part in Latin Jazz Fusion at Rinaldo and Cross’s The Gallery on Foremost, 317 Foremost St. Jazz ’til Daybreak will carry out at 6:30 p.m. at Jim Fox’s Foremost Road Gallery, 189 Foremost St. The Invoice Taylor Quartet will carry out mellow jazz improvisations, with Taylor on saxophone, at 7 p.m. at Museums on the Inexperienced, 55 Palmer Ave. The Andrew Sexton Trio, led by singer/guitarist Andrew Sexton, will carry out American requirements and unique music at 7:30 p.m. on the Fisherman’s Pantry, 95 Palmer Ave.

When: 6 to eight:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: Varied venues alongside Foremost Road and Palmer Avenue, downtown Falmouth

Admission: Free

Data: https://artsfalmouth.org/jazz-stroll-2022-2/; e mail [email protected]

Olivier Award nominee Scarlett Strallen will be among three Broadway performers who will be guest artists at the Cape Symphony's "Bravo Broadway!" concerts.

Olivier Award nominee Scarlett Strallen might be amongst three Broadway performers who might be visitor artists on the Cape Symphony’s “Bravo Broadway!” concert events.

Cape Symphony goes Broadway for ‘musical theater extravaganza’

Three Broadway stars will be part of Cape Symphony musicians for 2 performances of “Bravo Broadway!” to take viewers members by many years of musical theater. Songs from reveals that embrace “The Music Man,” “Cabaret,” “Humorous Woman,” “Depraved,” “Expensive Evan Hansen,” “Les Miserables” and “Hairspray” might be a part of this system that can function visitor stars Scarlett Strallen (Olivier nomination for “Singin’ within the Rain,” “A Gentleman’s Information to Love & Homicide”); Dee Roscioli (seven years as Elphaba in “Depraved,” “The Cher Present”); and Hugh Panaro (the title character in “The Phantom of the Opera” greater than 2,000 instances, “Sunday within the Park With George”).

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 and three p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16

The place: Barnstable Excessive Faculty Performing Arts Middle, 744 W. Foremost St., Hyannis

Tickets: $16-$72

Reservations and data: https://capesymphony.org/, 508-362-1111, e mail [email protected] or at field workplace at 2235 Iyannough Highway, West Barnstable

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Friends discuss Palestinian scenario in Hebron

The Tree of Life Instructional Fund Program will current a program that organizers say explores the impression of the Israeli occupation on the financial vitality of the town of Hebron (Al-Khalil) — the second-largest Palestinian Metropolis within the West Financial institution after East Jerusalem — and the challenges of each day life for the tens of 1000’s of Palestinians dwelling there. The audio system for “Metropolis of Hebron: The Palestinian Wrestle for Human Rights” will embrace an American lady working for a peacemaking group; a Palestinian lady from Hebron; a Palestinian man who not too long ago graduated from Hebron College; and a graduate scholar within the Netherlands who not too long ago spent three months in Hebron to witness the occupation firsthand. A reception with mild refreshments will observe this system, and Palestinian olive oil, meals merchandise and crafts (supplied by the Olive Department Honest Commerce store on Martha’s Winery) might be on the market at a bazaar that might be open earlier than this system and through the reception.

When: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16 (Doorways open at 1:15 p.m.)

The place: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 310 Route 137, Harwich

Admission: Free, however donations welcome on the program or by https://tolef.org/donate/

Data: https://tolef.org/

Chamber music sequence returns

The Buddies of the South Harwich Meetinghouse will kick off the 2022/2023 “Masterpieces on the Meetinghouse” Chamber Music Sequence with the Lighthouse Chamber Gamers. Featured performers might be mezzo-soprano Janna Baty, violinist Elizabeth Chang, cellist Alberto Parrini and pianist Alissa Leiser for a program that can embrace chosen songs by Ives, Haydn’s Piano Trio in C main, Hob XV: 21 and Schubert’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E-Flat main, Op. 100.

When: 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16

The place: South Harwich Meetinghouse, 270 Chatham Highway, Harwich

Tickets: $25 upfront or on the door

Reservations and data: eventbrite.com

Extra info: https://www.southharwichmeetinghouse.com/ or Fb

Qya Cristál will be among the performers at a fundraiser for the Soup Kitchen in Provincetown.

Qya Cristál might be among the many performers at a fundraiser for the Soup Kitchen in Provincetown.

The Membership to carry profit for soup kitchen

The Membership in Provincetown will maintain a musical profit for the Soup Kitchen in Provincetown (SKIP), which can start serving meals once more beginning Monday, Nov. 7 by April. Performers might be Qya Cristál and Dennis Flaherty on vocals; saxophone participant Ken Discipline; pianist Matt Hutchinson; Ron Ormsby on bass; and drummer Bart Weisman. Friends will have the ability to take part in a raffle for reward baskets and playing cards, for $5 for single tickets, seven for $25, 15 for $50, with tickets on sale at The Membership previous to the occasion (7 to eight p.m.) or on the SKIP workplace, 20 Shank Painter Highway from 9 a.m. to midday Oct. 12 and 14. There may also be a thirtieth anniversary cake for SKIP.

When: 8 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15

The place: The Membership, 193A Business St., Provincetown

Tickets: $30

Reservations (upfront is advisable) and data: https://www.skipfood.org/musicbenefit

Lary Chaplan, left, and Frank Poranski of Blu Central will host a monthly open mic at Thacher Hall in Yarmouth Port.

Lary Chaplan, left, and Frank Poranski of Blu Central will host a month-to-month open mic at Thacher Corridor in Yarmouth Port.

Open mic provides music and poetry

There might be a month-to-month open mic celebrating music and poetry, hosted by Lary Chaplan and Frank Poranski of Blu Central with invited visitors and a sign-up for different performers. Visitor artists might be Alex Brewer, Steven Russell, Mark Bornfield and D’Jamin Bartlett, Tom Fettig, Kristen Knowles, Gregory Hischak, Fred McGee and Tanya Roza.

When: Signal-up beginning at 6:30 p.m., occasion 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18

The place: Thacher Corridor, 266 Route 6A, Yarmouth Port

Admission: Free (with donations to Thacher Corridor accepted on the door)

Data: http://www.yarmouthportcommon.org/

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Headstone Ladies educate about graveyards and their artwork

Falmouth Public Library will host a “Welcome to the Graveyard: An Illustrated Tour of Falmouth’s Cemeteries” presentation by The Headstone Ladies, which might be a 90-minute illustrated “digital tour” chronicling cemetery artwork, historical past and symbolism plus a Q&A. This system covers time from the colonial New England burial grounds of the 1600s and 1700s, by the nationwide rural cemetery motion of the nineteenth century by at the moment, and appears into the background of cemeteries and gravestones, and the way types and artwork have developed over nearly 400 years.

When: 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19

The place: Falmouth Public Library, 300 Foremost St.

Admission: Free

Data: https://www.falmouthpubliclibrary.org/, https://www.gravestonegirls.com/

Study in regards to the darker facet of Falmouth

Falmouth Museums on the Inexperienced will provide two walks known as “Scandals, Crimes, and Disasters,” specializing in “the darker facet of native historical past” on the final two Thursdays of October. Tales will embrace feuds, social spats, robberies and murders involving a minister’s spouse, a tax collector, a gangster-style taking pictures and extra.

When: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Thursdays, Oct. 20 and 27

The place: Begins at Hallett Barn, 55 Palmer Ave., Falmouth

Admission: $20, free for members

Reservations and data: https://museumsonthegreen.org/

To have your occasion thought of for a Finest Wager, please ship info to [email protected] not less than two weeks forward of time.

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