2018 Annual Guide: Yarmouth
Bass River • South Yarmouth • West Yarmouth • Yarmouth • Yarmouth Port
Bass Hole Boardwalk at Gray’s Beach on the north side of town is known for fabulous sunsets. The boardwalk itself sustained some damage in an early 2018 winter storm that may take the town some time to repair, but even if you can’t walk out to the end, it’s still a gorgeous scene to shoot.
The Cultural Center of Cape Cod is a constant draw, with concerts, gallery shows, classes and more. Located in a renovated old bank building that in itself is worth a trip to see. Nestled in South Yarmouth’s historic district across from the library, this vibrant nonprofit lives up to its motto of providing arts for all.
Mom & Pops:
Keltic Kitchen in West Yarmouth is known for its traditional Irish breakfasts and lunches for good reason. With a cozy, hometown ambiance, it’s been family run since 1994, when the Dempseys opened it to share a taste of their native Ireland.
The annual Yarmouth Seaside Festival, held Columbus Day Weekend, has plenty of variety, from a craft fair, parade and pumpkin decorating to fireworks and the ever-popular bed race. Doing some spring cleaning? The Yarmouth Senior Center wants to help you with their Giant Indoor Yard Sale. Rent your own table or shop around for some great bargains.
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